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10/18/2018 - 3:39pm
Sigourney - Keokuk County Ladies, the evening of October 25 is for you! Several businesses in Sigourney will be extending their hours and offering in-house specials for a special Ladies Night Out shopping spree through Sigourney.          The evening is the brainchild of local businesswoman Amanda Snakenberg, owner of Barn Wired. Located on the south side...
10/05/2018 - 2:57pm
Pekin came into their Homecoming game ranked #10 in A football, while their opponent, Highland, had just been knocked out of the rankings a week prior. The Panthers had their fair share of opportunities in the game but finished short 21-23 on September 28. The boys in black got off to a rough start with a couple fumbles and an interception early...
10/05/2018 - 2:56pm
The Lady Savages hosted the Lady Eagles on September 24 between a battle of arch-rivals to kickoff Sigourney’s Homecoming week. A sizeable home crowd and energetic student section helped push their girls to victory as Sigourney had to overcome an early deficit but finished out by winning a close fifth set. Things didn’t start in...
10/05/2018 - 2:53pm
Two of the youngest professional female wrestlers in the state of Iowa will square up in the ring as they make their Central Empire Wrestling debuts in Sigourney on October 6. Both are looking to prove themselves, with Savanna Stone and Maria Elena often overlooked by spectators, but make their actions speak for themselves. For Elena, it’ll...
10/05/2018 - 2:51pm
The Lady Bears came into their matchup against North Mahaska on September 27 hoping to buck a losing streak of three matches. Two of those three went into extra sets including a narrow loss to Keota in five and a loss to Sigourney in four. The Lady Bears started out strong but were unable to keep it going throughout, getting swept by North Mahaska...
10/05/2018 - 2:50pm
Conditions weren’t ideal, with some other cross country meets being canceled in the region, but the meet in Williamsburg on September 25 still went on as scheduled. Boys’ and girls’ varsity teams from English Valleys braved the chilly, muddy and partially drizzly conditions, resulting in multiple new personal records. The...
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