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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.

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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.

ISU Extension & Outreach

The new head of the Keokuk Area Chamber of Commerce believes being an outsider will help her better do her job.

Snow removal from the sidewalks along Main Street in downtown Keokuk will remain "as is" for the time being.

Mayor Requesting Penalty $$$

Nov 19, 2012

Keokuk is looking to benefit from a penalty to a local company.

Veterans Day in Keokuk

Nov 12, 2012

Sunday morning was not ideal for doing anything outdoors in Keokuk.

The sky was overcast, the temperature was dropping and the wind was whipping the flags throughout the Keokuk National Cemetery.

Mother Nature did not stop more than 70 people from leaving their homes and celebrating Veterans’ Day at the Keokuk Veterans’ Memorial.

The threat of rain led organizers to keep the proceedings short and sweet while still showing the proper respect and honor all veterans.