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11/13/2019 - 12:02pm
The Keokuk County Supervisors met in regular session on Tuesday, Nov. 12. The meeting was held on Tuesday due to the courthouse being closed for Veterans Day on Nov. 11. Perhaps the most important issue for the Supervisors approval was that of the first tier canvass of votes in this year’s city/ school election. Because City and School elections were combined, two canvass of votes are...
11/05/2019 - 10:42pm
SIGOURNEY- Voter turnout was relatively low in many areas of Keokuk County today. In Sigourney, three incumbent city councilors were re-elected unopposed. Ed Conrad was re-elected in the 1st ward with 32 votes. Connie McLaughlin was re-elected as 3rd ward city councilor with 24 votes, and Jimmy Morlan was elected at-large city councilor with 95...
11/05/2019 - 10:28pm
Election Returns for Richland have been made available. A full recap on Richland's election results wil be in the Nov. 13 edition of the News-Review.   Mayor:  Tom Hoekstra- 93 Write Ins- 86   City Council: TOP 5 ELECTED Caryl D. Cavner Jr.- 144 Michael T. Hadley- 137 Lee Duwa- 121 Rhonda L. Noel- 81 Alissa Tolle- 74 Diane L...
11/01/2019 - 10:23am
Editors Note: Council candidates Caryl D. Cavner Jr.; Brandon Davisson; Jordan Wright; Dale Woods; and Lee Duwa did not return candidate profiles. Profiles were sent via e-mail, where possible, and were also sent to all candidates via mail. The News-Review was unable to secure contact with write-in candidate for Mayor, Steve Pfeifer. As...
10/30/2019 - 11:31am
As you read the News-Review each week, you may stumble across an article every so often called “Hats and More”. Recently, the Sigourney News-Review attended a meeting of Hats and More to found out more about this group. While Hats and More considers itself to be an independent group, its origins can be traced back to the Red Hat...
10/30/2019 - 11:30am
When the filing deadline came and went and the dust had settled, all of the Sigourney City Council candidates found themselves running unopposed. Incumbents Ed Conrad, 1st ward city councilor; Connie McLaughlin, 3rd Ward city councilor; and Jimmy Morlan, at-large city councilor all did not field a challenger. Additionally, as previously reported,...
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