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12/05/2016 - 3:08pm
            A new tornado siren system in Sigourney will be testing this week after installation is completed for the new siren locations.             Three sirens-two new and the original siren-will be placed at strategic points throughout Sigourney to alert everyone in city limits. The...
11/18/2016 - 5:06pm
            Sigourney BP has announced an A & W restaurant will be added on to the gas station, complete with a full menu, sit down or carry out options, and ice cold root beer made right in their new location.             Crews have...
11/16/2016 - 1:31pm
In a world where there is a separation, can two worlds learn to live together?     “Like” is the story of two isolated countries separated by an impassible crevasse. While the two countries were once one nation, the crevasse now keeps them completely isolated from each other. Despite no contact with one another, or the...
11/16/2016 - 1:27pm
With the bricks in place, Melanie Vermillion and Margie Thomas led in a celebration of the flag raising ceremony at the Keokuk County Freedom Rock on November 12. With Dan Behrens providing a flag that had been flown in honor of both his brother, Tom Behrens who was killed in Vietnam and father, Ken Behrens. The flag flew over the Capitol in...
11/09/2016 - 8:29am
           Jim Ahlberg of Delta has a long lasting connection to Keswick. He and his family lived there, and his five children all went through the Tri-County school system growing up. Ahlberg also has a history with food, having owned Ahlbee’s in Delta and established a career in food...
11/05/2016 - 11:44am
            After putting out collection bags the week prior, local Troop 52 Scouts collected food donations for their “Scouting For Food” Drive on Saturday, Nov. 5 throughout Sigourney.             More than 20 percent of...
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