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06/19/2019 - 11:38am
SIGOURNEY- The Keokuk County Supervisors are proceeding forward with a quartet of construction projects, as the construction begins to swing fully into gear. After meeting with Keokuk County Engineer Andy McGuire for roughly 20 minutes on June 17, the board approved several paving projects. The projects approved were: Project Number PP-2020(1)-54, FY20 pavement patching. Project Number TAP...
06/19/2019 - 11:36am
SIGOURNEY- As part of an effort by Farm Service Agency (FSA)to continue to preserve sensitive land areas, a continuous CRP program signup has been announced. According to Jason Gritsch, Private Lands Wildlife Technician for the Iowa DNR, the continuous sign up began on June 3 and will run until August 23rd. A number of options are available to...
06/19/2019 - 10:53am
Sully – The Lady Savages were in for one of their hardest tests of the season, playing a ranked Lynnville-Sully team on the road on June 14. Sigourney entered the night ranked 15th in 1A while the Hawks were ranked 11th and the two combining for a 26-10 record. A tight battle throughout, the Lady Savages led early but couldn’t hold on...
06/19/2019 - 10:51am
Expect about anything to occur when North Mahaska and Sigourney baseball teams meet. Sigourney coach Lee Crawford and North Mahaska’s Kevin Kelderman have had some classic baseball diamond battles over the years and Wednesday’s was no different. Just four minutes into the game and with North Mahaska posting runners at second and third...
06/19/2019 - 10:48am
The past few meetings, the Arrows have the Lady Panthers’ number, including a couple hard-fought battles last season. This year, Pekin was able to get over the hump by splitting a doubleheader against Wapello on June 11. An offensive display, combined with some stout defense, led to a 12-2 rout in game one but the Arrows would counter with...
06/19/2019 - 10:19am
Packwood – Pekin was hoping to end a three-game loss streak and move back over .500 for the season when they played Wapello for a doubleheader on June 11. A disappointing first game left more to be desired, and the Panthers delivered in a big way with a 15-4 win, pushing their record to 6-6 on the year. Pekin let a couple runs score in the...
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