Charlie Comfort

08/14/2019 - 10:05am
It took a Keokuk County Jury of six men and six women only 30 minutes to decide the fate of William Kirby Mann: guilty of one count of second-degree sexual abuse. Mann, of Keswick, stood trial last week, after being accused of inappropriately touching an eight-year-old female. During the three-day trial, the state, led by Assistant Attorney General Maureen Hughes, and County Attorney Amber...
08/07/2019 - 9:00am
Helping out a neighbor was the theme of Monday’s Keokuk County Supervisors meeting, as the Board heard a report from County Engineer Andy McGuire on a recent meeting he had with the Mahaska County Supervisors. In October 2018, then-Mahaska County Engineer Dave Shannahan tenured his resignation. Since then, the Mahaska County Supervisors have...
07/31/2019 - 11:13am
SIGOURNEY- A fixture in the Sigourney community now is under new ownership. George’s Pizza and Steakhouse was recently sold, after owners George and Rosemary Papadopoulos decided that the time had come for them to retire. Amy Stourac, along with her daughter Crystal Northup, and Crystal’s fiancé, are the new owners of George...
07/24/2019 - 11:02am
SIGOURNEY- The presidential campaign season is fully underway in Iowa. That season will make its way through Sigourney on Thursday, as former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper makes his way to the Sigourney café. Hickenlooper will hold a listening session at the Sigourney Cafe on Highway 92 East in Sigourney at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, July...
07/19/2019 - 8:00am
SIGOURNEY- Lake Belva Deer has seen many improvements over the past couple of years as the park has received grants and other funding sources to continue to complete the long worked on project. Soon, another piece of the puzzle will be placed when a major piece of safety equipment is installed at the park: an outdoor storm warning siren. At the...
07/18/2019 - 8:00am
SIGOURNEY- As the transition to Cox Sanitation from Waste Management takes place, the Keokuk County Recycling Center, located south of Sigourney, is currently operated under limited hours until August 1st, until a DNR permit can be obtained for the facility. According to the Keokuk County Supervisors, the facility is currently open from 7 a.m. to...
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