Keokuk

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Union and Confederate soldiers will descend upon Keokuk's Rand Park one last time this weekend for the city's 28th and final Civil War re-enactment.

The event has been a huge success over the years, bringing thousands to the city.  But a dwindling number of re-enactors led organizers to declare 2015 as the final conflict.

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The city of Keokuk still can't say when it will be able to reopen a small stretch of Fulton Street that has been closed to traffic for several years. A portion of the road collapsed following a hill-slide. Instead of repairing it, the city blocked it off with several concrete barriers.

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The construction of a new senior housing complex in downtown Keokuk is expected to get underway in less than a year. 

That's is possible because of the Iowa Finance Authority announcement Wednesday that it would provide more than $2-million in tax credits and loans for "Keokuk Senior Lofts."

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A few thousand people will flock to Keokuk this weekend to observe bald eagles in their natural habitat.

The most controversial aspect of the reorganization of four Lee County departments in mid-2011 could soon be reversed.

A proposed senior housing complex in downtown Keokuk continues to garner both support and concerns from city and community leaders.

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A roughly $9-million senior housing complex proposed for downtown Keokuk has cleared a significant hurdle.

Talk about finding someone to manage day-to-day city operations in Keokuk could soon turn into action.

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No more windows will be removed from a former church in Keokuk.

Jason Parrott

It’s up to a judge to decide whether it is legal to remove the windows from a former Keokuk church that has been deemed unsafe to enter.

The Lee County Board of Supervisors may take a closer look at some existing county buildings before taking any action towards a controversial topic.

The head of the Lee County Board of Supervisors is ready to move ahead with a vote on one county seat.

The group that has been reviewing Lee County government services has finished its work and made a recommendation to the Board of Supervisors.

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Cities and counties along the Mississippi River are preparing for a surge of high water.

A first-of-its-kind organization in Iowa is trying to reinvent itself.

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