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02/22/2018 - 11:29am
            The small science room in Linn-Mar High School found itself crowded within minutes of the room opening for the next audience group. Converted into a makeshift performance room, those waiting in the hallway found most of the chairs already occupied by their fellow Keota natives. Many had to stand, filling up the space quickly and uncomfortable in some...
02/15/2018 - 1:05pm
A  recent winter cold snap followed by several inches of snow has afforded  residents in the area to be able to get out and enjoy some winter activities. With varying snowfall ranging from hearing of people recording 8-12 inches of snow, those who enjoy winter activities were found out and about throughout town participating in...
02/15/2018 - 1:01pm
Who Wacked Willy Wonka? The Oompa Loompas? Vile Veruca Salt? The lovable Granmpa Joe? Kind Mrs. Bucket? It was up to the audience members at Wooden Wheel Vineyards on Saturday to solve this Murder Mystery before desserts were all gone, but before some laughs, gasps, chills and thrills along the way. Presented by Maria Romine and David Treadway of...
02/15/2018 - 12:58pm
The Keota School District Voter Approved PPEL vote passed after a February 6 election where 193 people made their way to Libertyville Savings Bank to cast their vote. With a 182-11 vote, this vote passed and will be placed into effect on July 1, 2018. The Physical, Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL) fund is a fund designed for buildings, equipment,...
02/09/2018 - 1:47pm
Keota ended the competition with an overall II with Jaydin Boer being named Keota’s outstanding performer. They will compete this weekend in Cedar Rapids. The results for the contest are as follows: Moravia(1A) Comments only Keota (1A) II Danville(2A) I Albia(2A) I Central Lee(2A) II Fort Madison(3A) I
02/09/2018 - 1:36pm
With Ryan Sieren stepping down from Keota Fire Chief to spend more time with his family, Chris Heisdorffer has taken over the reigns. “Being elected to the Keota Fire Chief is quite an honor. I’ve got some big shoes to fill from previous chiefs and I hope I can do half as well as they did,” Heisdorffer said. Heisdorffer has been...
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