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10/11/2018 - 12:50pm
Sigourney, Iowa- The Sigourney City Council was looking to the future at their regular meeting on October 3rd. At the meeting, the council briefly considered an engineering agreement to prepare a report on the City’s watermain system.  As previously reported in the Sigourney News-Review, the council is actively considering replacing a watermain that spans from the Sigourney Fire...
07/10/2018 - 10:12pm
What Cheer, Iowa- Serious allegations of misconduct among members of the What Cheer City Council were raised at their regular meeting on July 10. At issue was the actions of the Council at their June meeting. City Clerk Melanie Vermillion was not at June’s meeting, due to a previously approved absence. City Council minutes from the June...
07/05/2018 - 7:51am
Sigourney, Iowa- Terry Greenley, Chairman of County Bank, headquartered in Sigourney, has announced leadership changes at the Bank that will take effect on July 1, 2018.   Dan O’Rourke, a career banker and loan officer, has been appointed President of County Bank. O’Rourke will retain his role as Senior Loan Officer and will also...
07/05/2018 - 7:49am
Thornburg, Iowa- The first dollars for a new batting cage facility were approved to change hands at a special meeting of the Tri-County School Board on June 26. According to information from Tri-County School Superintendent Chad Straight, the board approved three bids for the project, which was first talked about by the full board at a May 29...
06/27/2018 - 9:58am
Sigourney, Iowa- Sigourney government officials again tackled a request from the RAGBRAI committee at their June 20 meeting, this time for a storm shelter facility. A request from the Sigourney RAGBRAI committee was made of the city that the Sigourney Pool Bathhouse be designated as a storm shelter in the event of inclement weather during this...
06/27/2018 - 9:57am
Sigourney, Iowa- The ongoing debate over who will service Keokuk County residents for garbage and recycling services took another turn on June 25 as the Keokuk County Supervisors took action on a one-year agreement with Waste Management. Currently, Waste Management has the exclusive rights and contract to handle all waste and recycling services...
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