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02/25/2015 - 1:01pm
  Maintaining a focused and hungry mindset after losing a match in the State Tournament isn’t likely an easy thing to do. With individual State championships out of the question, though, three area wrestlers stayed focused and hungry enough to bring home third-place finishes at last week IHSAA State Wrestling Championships in Des Moines. Two of those three third-place finishers lost to...
02/17/2015 - 10:29am
Eight wrestlers from Sigourney-Keota, and one from Tri-County/Montezuma, entered Saturday’s District meet in Pleasantville with the same intention: advance to State. While not all eight SK wrestlers, or TCM senior Jacob Weber, survived and will wrestle on Thursday at Wells Fargo Arena, five of them did and they should be elated. Nathan Fritz...
02/11/2015 - 12:25pm
The new Casey’s General Store can please just about everyone. The new Casey’s offers more gas pumps, a large parking lot with plenty of places to park and several options inside that is bound to curb anyone’s appetite. Along with the traditional donuts, pizza and beverages, the new Casey’s offers a coffee bar that currently...
02/11/2015 - 12:24pm
The snowstorm that hit Sigourney Saturday, Jan. 31 through Monday, Feb. 2 caused large amounts of snow, damage to a local business and several accidents on the roads. Mayor Terry Hollingsworth declared a snow emergency on Saturday, Jan. 31 until Monday, Feb 2. A snow emergency means that no vehicles are to be parked on city streets during this...
02/10/2015 - 12:26pm
Casey Thompson is a well-known name in Sigourney and Keokuk County. Thompson is an active member in the community; he works on the ambulance for Keokuk County Health Center, an active reserve deputy with the Keokuk County Sheriff’s office, a local business owner and has served time on the Sigourney Fire department. Thompson is also part of...
02/04/2015 - 2:58pm
Members of the Stick To It 4H Club met in December to ring the bell for the Salvation Army as well as baking and creating cookie thank you plates. The plates were delivered around town to the people who work over the holidays.             The next Stick To It event will be the Valentines Day...
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