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James Michael "Mike" Gasperi, 80, of Carthage, Ill., died at 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, June 18, 2019, at Montebello HealthCare Center in Hamilton. [Read More]
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Macel Patricia "Pat" Suter, 83, passed away Monday, June 17, 2019, at Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Ill., surrounded by family and loved ones. [Read More]
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Talbot House Sober-Living Residence is a place for men who are suffering from substance abuse to receive help to overcome their addictions. Located at 810... [Read More]
At the June 6 Keokuk City Council meeting, the council discussed what it needs financially out of organizations and events looking to borrow picnic tables... [Read More]
The Hamilton School District Board of Education approved a new contract with the Hamilton Federation of Teachers union, during a special meeting held at 6:30... [Read More]
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Even when Cheryl Mullenbach was young, she loved history and all the glamour and excitement she found when imagining great events. She wondered, however, why... [Read More]
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It's time again for the Main Street Keokuk Inc. summer fundraiser. Anyone who remembers "Boots and Bling" last year is going to have just as... [Read More]
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It rained (again) on Saturday, but that didn't stop people from wanting breakfast, and many of them stopped at the Hamilton Community Center to partake... [Read More]
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As almost an afterthought, Chris Camp mentioned, "Yes, we were on America's Got Talent and came in 42 out of 70,000. And we were on... [Read More]
Richard E. Griffin, 74, of Carthage, Ill., died at 7:05 A.M. Saturday, June 15, 2019, at the La Harpe Davier Care Center, after a short... [Read More]
Teresa Ann Pullins, 58, of Wayland, Mo., passed away Saturday, June 15, 2019, in Blessing Hospital. [Read More]
The S. Lee County Relay for Life will begin at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 21, in Rand Park. The theme this year is "Wish... [Read More]
Kathie Mahoney, the city of Keokuk's code enforcement official, said she never dreamed there would be so many people show up for the meeting on... [Read More]
It's going to be a bit longer before there's a space to play pickleball on the old Fifth Street tennis courts. [Read More]
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