Amie Van Patten

12/20/2017 - 8:25am
            While the sights of decorated homes and beautiful trees can be mesmerizing, the holiday lights as well as other items can also pose as a risk to fires during the holiday season and throughout the year.             When it comes to household fires, heating has been proven to be the second leading cause...
12/13/2017 - 8:28am
            On December 6, the Washington County Riverboat Foundation gave away 33 grants to local projects in Washington and surrounding communities through its competitive grant program.             Through this program, WCRF Board of Directors will distribute...
12/06/2017 - 8:38am
            A series of incidents leading back to November 10 has led to the arrest of Clint Little of What Cheer.             On November 10, Deputy Jeff Runnells of the Keokuk County Sheriff Department was called to Porter Street in What Cheer for the report of...
11/03/2017 - 8:55am
            October 30 was the final meal day served at the Keota Milestones Area Agency on Aging. This is due to actions taken to close eight senior meal centers, or reduce the number of meals served weekly. The closure of the low-participation sites is an attempt to become more cost effective while serving the most...
10/25/2017 - 7:26am
            The city of What Cheer will rely on write-in votes to fill two empty seats on the city council this November, while an election for mayor takes place with two candidates running.             Mike Danner is currently the mayor of What Cheer where he has...
10/03/2017 - 10:28am
           Tri-County Boom Night had a variety of entertainment from the cheerleading routing, introduction of teams, songs from the band, as well as a staff dance, senior skit and a parent skit.             Maybe the most talked about during any Homecoming week...
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