Amie Van Patten

05/18/2018 - 3:26pm
​After buying property on to the west of their current location, Doud Stone has consulted with Norris Asphalt about the possibility of the possible closure of the bridge located on 180th Avenue. ​Chuck Manson of Doud Stone and and Brady Meldrem of Norris Asphalt approached the Board of Supervisors after discussing possibilities with county...
12/28/2016 - 9:21am
          Sergeant First Class Michael DeWeese began his military career in September 1982 when he enlisted under the delayed entry program as a 63 Bravo (Light Wheel Vehicle Mechanic) and served in the Active Army until April 1987. In April, Deweese transferred to the Iowa Army National Guard to serve...
11/16/2016 - 1:31pm
In a world where there is a separation, can two worlds learn to live together?     “Like” is the story of two isolated countries separated by an impassible crevasse. While the two countries were once one nation, the crevasse now keeps them completely isolated from each other. Despite no contact with one another, or the...
11/16/2016 - 1:27pm
With the bricks in place, Melanie Vermillion and Margie Thomas led in a celebration of the flag raising ceremony at the Keokuk County Freedom Rock on November 12. With Dan Behrens providing a flag that had been flown in honor of both his brother, Tom Behrens who was killed in Vietnam and father, Ken Behrens. The flag flew over the Capitol in...
10/26/2016 - 8:27am
  As the IMT Des Moines marathon took place on Sunday, October 16, Preston McNurlen could be seen and heard whooping and hollering as the wind blew against his face. Preston, a junior at Sigourney High School, has cerebral palsy. While in the same grade as his sister Madi, it can be said that she may be one of his biggest fans, attending...
10/12/2016 - 7:39pm
                    Bonnie Barnhart sits down at her sewing machine to piece together a quilt. With every piece that she pieces together, she hopes that the final product will help to bring a piece of home to the Veteran that the quilt will be wrapped around...
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