Henry County deputies arrested a Mt. Pleasant man late last(Thur) night. (more…) Continue Reading →
If you’ve nothing planned for this weekend, here are some alternatives: (more…) Continue Reading →
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Two Keokuk residents and a Montrose teen were injured shortly after 8:30 this(Thur) morning when their pickup and van…respectively…collided on Highway 61 where it meets Highway 218 south of Montrose. (more…) Continue Reading →
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Four people have been arrested on federal indictments for Conspiracy to Manufacture Meth in Henderson County. (more…) Continue Reading →
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The mayor of Dubuque says a new fund will help with seed money for sustainable waterfront development in cities and towns along the Mississippi River. (more…) Continue Reading →
The City of West Burlington is shooting for early next month, as a time to hold an open house for its new public works complex. (more…) Continue Reading →
The Burlington-West Burlington area United Way campaign is already at 55.3% of its pledge goal, as of this(Wed) morning. (more…) Continue Reading →
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Home sales in Iowa decreased last month by 9.2-percent compared to August 2013, according to a new report from the Iowa Association of Realtors.
I-A-R President Kathy Miller isn’t entirely sure why home sales dropped off so significantly, but she says the start of a new school year may offer some explanation. The report shows 3,685 homes were sold in August 2014, while 4,059 homes were sold in August 2013. Miller also credits a low inventory, combined with buyers who are waiting for the right home.
While home sales decreased, prices increased by 4.7-percent over the one year period. Continue Reading →
Governor Terry Branstad is proposing creation of a new, state-run clearinghouse to help direct workers and students into college training programs and apprenticeships so they can land a job. (more…) Continue Reading →
The City of Fort Madison has a new manager. (more…) Continue Reading →