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02/22/2017 - 11:26am
DES MOINES-It’s that time of the year that every wrestling fan has circled on their calendar. For four days in February High School wrestling takes center stage in the State’s capital, and parking is about as impossible as trying to do so on a Saturday at Kinnick. For the schools of Sigourney-Keota, English Valleys and Tri-County there was but one thing on every fan’s mind,...
02/22/2017 - 8:33am
           If you feel as though you are seeing things in 3D in Mr. Andy Thomas’s classroom at Tri County, be assured you are not hallucinating. There is a new 3D printer that was made possible by a donation from Richard and Betty Armstrong. “Richard and Betty Armstrong were kind enough to donate the money...
02/22/2017 - 8:23am
            State Senator Kevin Kinney and State Representative Jarad Klein hosted a pubic forum on Saturday, Feb. 18 to allow constituents to voice their issues concerning the topic of Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) and the controversial Chapter 20 decision.         ...
02/22/2017 - 8:12am
              After several years of declining participation and other issues, the City of Sigourney has begun discussing the possibility of canceling their annual spring clean up days this year during their meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 15.            ...
02/15/2017 - 10:02am
           The Pekin Board of Directors met on Monday, Feb. 13 for their regular monthly meeting to accept the results of the recent $5.5 million dollar bond election and make plans to go further into this massive renovation of the school system.            ...
02/15/2017 - 9:56am
PLEASANTVILLE-On Saturday, Feb. 11 Sigourney-Keota and Pekin wrestled in 1A District 5 action to determine who would move on to State individually. Sigourney-Keota had eight wrestlers in action at Districts, and Pekin had four. By the end of the day the Savages would send three on to State, while Pekin would fall short of sending any to State,...
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