Washington, IAkciiradio.com

BREAKING: Crews Responding to Scaffolding Incident Outside Federation Bank

Emergency crews are on scene for an incident Tuesday morning in downtown Washington. As heard live on KCII, at about 10 a.m. traffic is being blocked on Iowa Avenue between Main and 2nd Streets as crews respond to an incident on the scaffolding outside Federation Bank. Washington fire and police departments and Washington County Ambulance Service is on scene. KCII will bring you more information as it becomes official.
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Keokuk, IAKBUR

Keokuk man arrested following domestic incident

West Burlington, IA- The Des Moines County Sheriff’s Office has announced the arrest of a Keokuk man for domestic abuse. According to a news release, at about 6:45 PM Sunday, June 13th, 2021, Des Moines County Deputies were dispatched to Timberline Estates Lot 16 in reference to a domestic incident.
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Burlington, IAKBUR

Burlington woman arrested for domestic abuse

Burlington, IA- Authorities have announced the arrest of a Burlington woman on domestic abuse charges. On Friday, June 11th, 2021, at about 2:07 AM, Deputies with the Des Moines County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to 11598 Woody Lane in rural West Burlington in reference to an assault. Once they arrived...
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Burlington, IAKBUR

Authorities make arrest, recover stolen vehicle

Burlington, IA- Authorities have announced the arrest of a Burlington man stemming from a traffic stop. At about 9:36 PM Thursday, June 10th, 2021, a deputy with the Des Moines County Sheriff’s Office conducted a traffic stop on a silver Jeep Grand Cherokee for a minor traffic offense near the intersection of Golf Course Rd. & Upper Flint Rd.
Washington County, IAkciiradio.com

Work To Begin on Wayland Road This Week

The Washington County Engineer’s Office has scheduled work on Wayland Road (W55) to begin this week. The rehabilitation project will work on the paved shoulders from Coppock Road south to 320th. The work will be done with a moving work zone. The public is encouraged to use caution and safe driving practices. Work should be completed in a few days, weather permitting.
Keota, IAkciiradio.com

City of Keota Formulates Interim Plan For Public Works

At last week’s meeting the Keota City Council reviewed a short term plan to fulfill public works obligations while the position is vacant. Chad McCleary with Ion Environmental Solutions will handle the wastewater treatment responsibilities for the position, including daily coverage of the wastewater treatment plant, and weekly testing. Other daily chores for the position will be handled by councilman Kevin Slaubaugh. Options on the table moving forward include making the agreement with Ion permanent for them to operate the water, well, sewer plants and work related to the Iowa DNR while the city hires someone to take care of mowing, snow removal and other city related responsibilities. The second option would be that the city fills the vacant public works position with the responsibilities as they stand currently, and do not use Ion’s services. Council will make a final decision on a long term plan at their meeting June 21st.
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Des Moines County, IAKWQC

Des Moines County man arrested on harassment charges

DES MOINES Co., Iowa (KWQC) - A man has been arrested on harassment charges in Des Moines County, Iowa. Officials with the county sheriff’s office say they were called to speak with a person in reference to harassment on June 14. Officials say the victim told them 36-year-old Joshua Claeys had been sending her emails threatening to harm her. The victim also told officials Claeys was also sending harassing texts to her daughter according to officials.
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Washington, IAkciiradio.com

Washington City Council To Tackle New Business at Tuesday Meeting

A wide variety of new business is listed on the agenda for this week’s Washington City Council meeting. The Council will discuss and consider the bid on the Bazooka Farmstar sewer extension, the purchase of a Fire Department truck, outdoor pool heater replacement, work on Well six, work on a new city website, and discussion on the search process for a new City Administrator. The Council will meet in regular session at 6p.m. Tuesday in the Council Chambers at 215 E. Washington Street.
Muscatine, IAvoiceofmuscatine.com

Four members of Muscatine girls soccer named to all-district team

Four members of the regional champion Muscatine High School girls soccer team have been named to the Iowa Girls Coaches Association 3A East All-District team. Grace Bode, Mya Jansen, Sophia Thomas were first team selections. Meredith Connor was named to the second team. The Muskies reached state quarterfinals for the...
Washington, IAkciiradio.com

Get Off Your Bottom, Join Washington Chamber’s Chair-a-Thon Movement

Washington-area residents are asked to “don’t just sit there,” and put their creative minds to work for the Washington Chamber of Commerce’s Chair-a-Thon Auction. The chamber is collecting repurposed, deconstructed, and decorated chairs that will be sold at an auction this July. Cost is $10 to enter, and all ages and levels of artists are encouraged to participate. Chamber Event Coordinator Alisha Davis says there will be other art-related events leading up to the auction, “It’ll be a fun week, we’re also going to do some community art events that week like painting in the park and yoga in the park, some kids painting activities through the library and RePurpose It. So we’re really going to celebrate this mural being painted and also have our Chair-a-Thon auction, which will be the first one that we do and it’ll be July 29th during farmers’ market.”
Muscatine, IAvoiceofmuscatine.com

Pair of street maintenance projects are wrapping up in Muscatine

Two projects in the pavement management program are nearing completion with the tentative deadline (end of the current fiscal year on June 30) fast approaching. Portions of the pavement management program were delayed due to funding concerns. However, most of the projects identified in the original 2020-2021 program will be significantly completed by the end of the fiscal year.
Henry County, IADaily Gate City

Betty Kilbourn: Resident of Henry County for 100 years

She doesn’t look a day over 80, but Betty Kilbourn, a resident of the Van Vorhies Haus, a retirement home in Mt. Pleasant, will be 100 years young on Wednesday, June 16. The residents and staff of the Van Vorhies Haus call her “Beppy” because there was another Betty in the home when she moved in two-and-a-half years ago. But don’t call her Beppy if you don’t live or work there. She will correct you.
Riverside, IAswiowanewssource.com

PREP BASEBALL: Ups and downs for Riverside's turnaround year

OAKLAND – On a positive note, Riverside’s baseball team has won three games at the varsity level so far this season. That’s three more than in the past four years. The Bulldogs came off that 38-game losing streak with a non-conference victory over East Mills, then followed up with Western Iowa Conference victories over Missouri Valley and Audubon.
Fairfield, IAsoutheastiowaunion.com

Grace Gillespie Carter

Grace Gillespie Carter, 69, of Fairfield, died Friday,. A private funeral was held Monday at Behner Funeral Home in Fairfield and a Requiem Mass was held Saturday at St. Gabriel and All Angels Church in Fairfield. A memorial service is at. 7 p.m. Wednesday at the 1006A Prairie Lakes Drive.
Mount Pleasant, IAsoutheastiowaunion.com

Mt. Pleasant’s Schroeder to turn 90

Rozella Schroeder of Mt. Pleasant will celebrate her 90th birthday on June 21 with a card shower. Cards may be sent to Rozella at 406 W. Baker St. in Mt. Pleasant, IA 52641. She has one son: Dennis (Marilyn) of Mt. Pleasant; and three daughters: Cheryl Borders of Mt. Pleasant; Kathleen (Joe) Rauenbuehler of Mt. Pleasant; and Sheila Takai (Rollan) Simonson of Burlington.
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