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02/13/2019 - 5:08pm
What Cheer, Iowa- An ongoing investigation relating to the passing of counterfeit bills in Keokuk County has led to an arrest. Stephanie Shilling, 30, of What Cheer, was arrested on January 3 and charged with seven counts of forgery, all of which are Class D Felonies. The investigation into Shilling goes back to a series of fake $100 bills that began to circulate the community. According to a...
01/09/2019 - 3:37pm
Sigourney, Iowa- A Delta man facing four separate charges relating to a recent hunting incident has pled guilty. Ryan Warren Martin appeared in Keokuk County Associate District Court Monday morning, January 7, to answer to the charges of illegally taking a whitetail deer, no deer license or tag, no hunting license, and no habitat fee. ...
01/02/2019 - 9:50am
*Note- This listing is effective January 1. ANYquestions regarding jury service MUST be addressed to the Keokuk County Clerk of Court Office. The News-Review CANNOTanswer questions.   Ginny Jo-Anne Alderson, Bethany Jean Bailey, Gina Lorraine Bennett, Roger Allen Bird, Deborah, Jeanne Bogart, Jaimie Nicole Bourque, Mary...
12/26/2018 - 3:14pm
Sigourney, Iowa- The City of Sigourney is considering its’ options after First Resources informed Mayor Doug Glandon that the company will no longer be taking recycling from the city, effective February 1, 2019. The letter from First Resources was received by the City of Sigourney on Monday, December 17, and was presented to the Sigourney...
12/21/2018 - 9:41am
Sigourney, Iowa- Governor Kim Reynolds visited Sigourney on Friday morning, December 14, as part of her 99-county tour across the state. The Governor’s stated purpose was to stop by a new business in Sigourney. In doing that, Reynolds stopped by Sigourney’s newest business, Oh Donuts, and spoke with owner Carson King about how he...
12/20/2018 - 12:21pm
Sigourney, Iowa- For those Sigourney residents needing to satisfy that sweet tooth, another option exists. Mom’s Family Bakery has opened their doors and is ready to help residents fulfill their sweet treat cravings. Connie Batterton own and runs Mom’s. She said that the Bakery will have a variety of sweet treats for residents.  ...
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