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Looking to the Future
9:31 pm
Tue September 2, 2014

Celebrating 50 Years of Horn Field Campus

Horn Field Campus is a 90 acre site just south of Macomb. Most of it is woods. It also has an 11 acre agricultural plot and eight acres of restored prairie.
Credit Rich Egger

Horn Field Campus is preparing to mark its 50th anniversary by planning for construction of an outdoor education building.

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Special Meeting Sept. 4
5:31 pm
Tue September 2, 2014

Fort Madison Could Become Only Lee County Seat

The South Lee County Courthouse could close for business under a proposal going before the Lee County Board of Supervisors
Credit Jason Parrott

Lee County could soon have just one county seat -- and it's safe to say that not everyone is happy about that.

Currently, Lee is the only county in Iowa with two county seats, Keokuk and Fort Madison, and it's been that way for more than 150-years.

The first sign of change came in the summer of 2011 when the Board of Supervisors voted to reorganize four departments.

Instead of maintaining offices in both cities, the county treasurer and auditor moved all operations and employees to Fort Madison while the assessor and recorder set up shop in Keokuk.

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Shop Talk – September 2
2:54 pm
Tue September 2, 2014

Local Stations, National News

The Shop Talk panelists discuss whether audiences still need local stations for getting national news from networks.

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Rauner's 'Shake Up Illinois' Bus Tour
12:37 pm
Tue September 2, 2014

Rauner Campaigns In Western Illinois

Bruce Rauner greets a potential voters during his visit to the McDonough County Republican Party headquarters in Macomb.
Credit TSPR's Emily Boyer

During another swing through western Illinois, Republican candidate for governor Bruce Rauner said voters in the region are complaining to him about crumbling infrastructure, deteriorating schools, and high taxes.

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Several Businesses Interested
2:04 pm
Mon September 1, 2014

Outdoor Dining a Possiblity in Keokuk

Keokuk's sidewalks could be open for diners if Main Street Keokuk has its way.
Credit Jason Parrott

Keokuk's downtown district could soon be home to a popular aspect of "big-city living."

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