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Clark gets FMCH top employee nod in July

August 23, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

Submitted article FORT MADISON – Fort Madison Community Hospital recognized Kayla Clark as their July Employee of the Month. Clark works in the Information Technology (IT) Department at FMCH. She has been with FMCH for [Read More…]

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Reynolds touts power of Grow Lee and LCEDG

August 22, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

Governor says she’s not giving up on more rural broadband funding BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR KEOKUK – With Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds seated in the front of the room, Lee County Economic Development Group President [Read More…]

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Keokuk woman wins $10K in scratch-off game

August 21, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

CLIVE, Iowa — A Lee County woman has won a $10,000 lottery prize.Lena Dyer of Keokuk claimed the fifth of nine prizes of $10,000 available in the Iowa Lottery’s “$1,000 Loaded!” scratch game. She purchased [Read More…]

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Baxter Sports Complex offers flag football program

August 21, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

Submitted article FORT MADISON – In conjunction with Fort Madison Football, Inc. , Baxter Sports Complex is proud to offer the youth flag football league once again. Working closely with the football coaching staff at [Read More…]

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Krogmeiers have curds on the whey

August 20, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR DONNELLSON – Out of sight doesn’t necessarily have to mean out of mind. Ralph and Colleen Krogmeier of Donnellson have taken their first generation dairy farm and spun off a small, [Read More…]

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City officials to discuss Historical Society financial review

August 18, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR FORT MADISON – A financial investigation of the North Lee County Historical Society will be a topic of discussion at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. An accounting firm out of Burlington, CPA [Read More…]

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Dale gets first win of year Pepsi Speedway

August 18, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

Fullenkamp comes from 9th to take runner-up in Compact feature BY BRIAN NEALPepsi Lee County Speedway DONNELLSON – After taking a scheduled week off, the Pepsi Lee County Speedway in Donnellson, Iowa returned to action [Read More…]

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LCHD holds immunization clinic in FM

August 17, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

BY PCC STAFF FORT MADISON – Lee County Health Department will hold a Children’s Immunization Clinic Thursday, August 22, 2019 at Lee County Health Department, located at #3 John Bennett Dr., Ft. Madison from 12 [Read More…]

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Hoyer producing a life behind the scenes

August 14, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR KNOXVILLE, Tenn, – Her dream job would be to host a travel show on television simply because, well….she loves television and loves to travel. That makes perfect sense, but a lofty [Read More…]

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YMCA, school district ponder after-school solutions

August 14, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR FORT MADISON – With the current shortage of bus drivers impacting transportation issues in the Fort Madison School District, after-school programs such as the YMCA are looking at ways to get [Read More…]

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Birth Announcement – Sommers

August 14, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

FARMINGTON – Nadia and Nick Sommers are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Selena Alayna Sommers on Aug. 1, 2019 at Fort Madison Community Hospital. Selena is joined at home by Joquel, Jazzlyn, [Read More…]

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YMCA hosts Girls on the Run program

August 14, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

Submitted article FORT MADISON – The Fort Madison Family YMCA is excited to bring this 10-Week Program to Fort Madison! Girls on the Run is a nationally recognized program where hundreds of communities across the [Read More…]

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Birth Announcement – Hall

August 14, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

FORT MADISON – Nyssa Harris and Hunter Hall are proud to announce the birth of their son Hudson Wayne Hall on July 30, 2019 at Fort Madison Community Hospital. Grandparents are Becky and Ronnie Harris [Read More…]

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Birth Announcement – Meierotto

August 14, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

WEST POINT – Emilee and Alexander Meierotto are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Collins Faye Meierotto on July 28, 2019 at Fort Madison Community Hospital. Grandparents are Paul and Denise Rairden of [Read More…]

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Catfish Bend ready to roll dice on new sportsbook facility

August 13, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR BURLINGTON – You could lay pretty good odds that sportsbook wagering will start on Thursday at Catfish Bend Casino. Construction and training people scurried about the electric, almost futuristic room, that [Read More…]

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Work to start in October on county solar project

August 13, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

BY CHUCK VANDENBERGPCC EDITOR LEE COUNTY – Workers will start installing solar panels on three Lee County properties in October, according to a company official spearheading the work. At Tuesday’s Lee County Board of Supervisors [Read More…]

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FMPD swears in two new officers

August 12, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

BY PCC STAFF FORT MADISON – Two new patrol officers for the Fort Madison Police Department were sworn in Monday afternoon at the South Lee County Courthouse by 8th District Judge Michael Schilling. Brent Vogelgesang, [Read More…]

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Spannagel Named New Dean of CTE at SCC

August 12, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

WEST BURLINGTON – Southeastern Community College recently named Dr. Ashlee Spannagel as its new Dean of Career and Technical Education (CTE) and Workforce Development. Spannagel comes to SCC after working in education for nine years, [Read More…]

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Prevented planting acreage tops 19 million nationwide

August 12, 2019 Chuck Vandenberg 0

WASHINGTON D.C. – Agricultural producers reported they were not able to plant crops on more than 19.4 million acres in 2019, according to a new report released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). This marks the [Read More…]

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