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IOWA PIPELINE DELAY DENIED

  The Iowa Utilities Board denied Thursday a request by a group of landowners to halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The Board voted against a lengthy stay of construction on parcels of land for 14 landowners while a court considers a lawsuit that they have filed. The suit challenges the boards’ authority to allow eminent domain for a privately …

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AREA ACCIDENTS

  Authorities have reported a pair of accidents over the last 24 hours. The Hancock County Sheriff’s office are investigating a single vehicle accident Friday morning on the Warsaw bottoms road near Warsaw. According to Hancock County Sheriff, Scott Bentzinger, a vehicle was traveling on the bottom road when the vehicle hydroplaned causing it to leave the roadway with the vehicle …

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KEOKUK CHIEFS VOLLEYBALL SEASON OPENER

The Keokuk Chiefs volleyball team opened their season last night, dropping a three set match to Burlington. Not only was it the season opener for the Chiefs, but the home opener as well. In the match Burlington swept the Chiefs 25 – 14, 25 – 14, and 25 – 18. In the match Jakala Hall …

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NEW ITEMS FOR THE DAM MUSEUM

New items have arrived for the America’s First Great Dam Museum Auction. The auction is this Saturday, August 27, 2016, at 6 p.m. at 428 main street. Items include a fishing pole used by Justin Bieber during his stay at the Hoffman mansion with a certificate of authenticity. It is one of the premier area artifacts offered to …

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PIPELINE OFFICIALS GIVE SUPERVISORS TOUR

Ryan Drenner, of Chippewa Resources of Denver, Colorado, gave Lee County Board of Supervisors and others a tour of work being done by the Dakota Access Company. The construction company is laying pipe from the Bakken Oil Fields in Northwest North Dakota, Iowa and Illinois. Work is continuing the Mississippi River near Sandusky where the …

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Mississippi Valley Regional Blood Center blood drive

Account Executive for Riverfront Broadcasting (KOKX/Z93), Holly Ellis, is pictured here giving blood at the Keokuk YMCA. This blood drive was broadcast by KOKX and sponsored by Mississippi Valley Regonal Blood Center. This event continues until 5:30 pm, so show your support and give blood!

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