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More winter weather appears to be in the forecast for two southeast Iowa cities that are examining their rules for snow and ice removal.

The Iowa Court of Appeals has upheld the 1st degree murder conviction handed down to a Keokuk man in 2012.

Tyler McGhghy

Sparse crowds did not stop the Democratic process from happening in Keokuk Tuesday night.

Keokuk residents could be asked to pay more for city services.

The Dewey Decimal System is going the way of the Dodo Bird at the Keokuk Public Library.

It cost the city of Keokuk more than expected to seat one of its city council members.

Keokuk no longer wants to own a downtown building that it never meant to own.

The Keokuk City Council is trying to clear the way for a small business to relocate.

Keokuk is trying to find ways that it can better open the lines of communication between the city and its residents.

It appears Tom Marion's current term as mayor of Keokuk will be his final one.

The multi-million dollar reconstruction of Keokuk's Grand Avenue will be completed months later than the city and its residents anticipated.

The Keokuk School Board has authorized the district to apply for up to $50,000 from the Iowa Department of Education for a "life-safety" project.

Overcast skies, falling temperatures and a brisk wind could not keep a crowd of more than 100 from attending the annual Veterans Day ceremony in Keokuk.

Keokuk and Lee County got in on the ground floor of AMJET Turbine Systems by loaning the new industry $200,000 and $150,000, respectively, in 2010.

Ballots for the Nov. 5 city election in Lee and Des Moines Counties will be quite crowded, thanks to nearly 50 men and women beating the Sept 19 deadline to file nominating papers.

Former Keokuk Mayor Dave Gudgel died Saturday night at the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics in Iowa City.

It appears the race for three open seats on the Burlington City Council will begin with a primary election on Oct. 8.

Rollin on the River Facebook Page

The 25th Annual Rollin on the River blues festival kicks off at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 16 in Keokuk's Victory Park.

Keokuk is moving ahead with a multi-million dollar sewer project.

Jason Parrott

Jason Parrott

The 100th anniversary of the completion of the dam that spans the Mississippi River between Keokuk, IA and Hamilton, IL will be celebrated June 27-30.

A construction company in Keokuk will have a couple more weeks to fulfill a contract with the city.

The Keokuk City Council has changed its collective mind when it comes to new contracts for most city employees.

Some Keokuk residents will pay less for sewer services this summer.

The Keokuk City Council doesn’t know how to proceed with a rental fee schedule for a popular city facility.

The upcoming Grand Avenue project in Keokuk will involve more than just pouring concrete.

It appears Keokuk is getting a good deal on a multi-million dollar street project.

Jason Parrott's guest on Emphasis, this week, is Barb Casady, who is the coordinator for the new Volunteer Center of the Big River United Way.

Keokuk is taking steps to borrow more than $10-million.

Keokuk’s mayor says it makes financial sense to repair the city’s wastewater treatment plant, compared to replacing the facility.

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