Charlie Comfort

12/12/2018 - 10:39am
Sigourney, Iowa- The Sigourney City Council has officially closed the city’s compost site for the winter season. At the December 5 city council meeting, the Street and Sanitation staff spoke to the Sigourney City Council, reporting on the need to establish a specific time of the year that the compost site will close for the winter season. Staff initially recommended that that be after the...
11/22/2018 - 2:23pm
Washington, Iowa- In this season of giving, the Washington County Riverboat Foundation has announced over $1 Million in fall grant recipients. Of the over $1 Million in grants announced, $125,287 was awarded directly to communities in Keokuk County, with projects in Keota receiving $70,335 alone. Projects in Keokuk County that were awarded monies...
11/21/2018 - 2:40pm
Sigourney Care Center recently made a donation of serveral turkeys, for a community thanksgiving dinner. Serving begins at 11:30 am on November 22 for the dinner. Anybody is welcome to attend. For more information on the dinner as well as information in deliveries, contact Mike Binsmiller at 319-330-9934.
11/21/2018 - 2:20pm
Sigourney, Iowa- The suspect in the Packwood and Hedrick Bank robberies has pleaded not guilty to both robberies and a trial date has been set. Ethan Spray filed a written plea of not-guilty through his attorney, Michael Fisher, on October 24 in relation to the Hedrick Bank Robbery. A similar not-guilty plea was filed on November 2ndin Jefferson...
11/21/2018 - 10:09am
The suspect in the Packwood and Hedrick Bank robberies has pleaded not guilty to both robberies and a trial date has been set. Ethan Spray filed a written plea of not-guilty through his attorney, Michael Fisher, on October 24 in relation to the Hedrick Bank Robbery. A similar not-guilty plea was filed on November 2nd in Jefferson County District...
11/21/2018 - 10:07am
In this season of giving, the Washington County Riverboat Foundation has announced over $1 Million in fall grant recipients. Of the over $1 Million in grants announced, $125,287 was awarded directly to communities in Keokuk County, with projects in Keota receiving $70,335 alone. You can see the projects in Keokuk County that were awarded monies in...
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