About Us

News Review
The News-Review, delivering news to Keokuk County since 1860, continues in that tradition. We endeavor to faithfully transmit the news as we ourselves receive it. The paper was established in 1960 after the consolidation of the Keokuk County News and the Sigourney Review by then publisher Don Adams. He successfully operated the thriving publication until his retirement. Former publisher Ken Chaney and his wife, Zelda, purchased the paper on July 1, 1989 and after twenty years of ownership, sold the newspaper to Mid-America Publishing Corporation in January of 2008.
Mid-America was started in 1962 by the Archie family of Shenandoah. It has long owned, operated and printed newspapers throughout the state.
Keota Eagle 
Offering small-town hospitality and a real sense of community, Keota got its start in 1873 as a stop on the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad line. With a population of 1,025, Keota is situated on the eastern county line of Keokuk and Washington counties. Surrounded with rich Iowa farm ground, Keota is a great place to unwind and kick up your feet.
The Keota Eagle was established in 1875 by George C. Miller and has been serving the community of Keota, Iowa ever since. In 2020 Keota was combined with the News Review

New Sharon Sun

The New Sharon Sun is the official paper of New Sharon, North Mahaska Schools and Mahaska County, Iowa. In 2020 Mid-America Publishing combined the New Sharon Sun with the News Review and created a Sun Spot within the paper. 




The News-Review

120 East Washington
Sigourney, Iowa 52591
Phone: 641-622-3110
News: news@sigourneynewsreview.com

601 G. Avenue/PO Box 245
Grundy Center, IA 50638
Telephone: 1-319-824-6958
Fax: 1-319-824-6288
News: editor@gcmuni.net
Sales: registerads@gcmuni.net

Mid-America Publishing

This newspaper is part of the Mid-America Publishing Family. Please visit www.midampublishing.com for more information.