RoundUp: first day of school delayed, bullying & city fires administrator

Keokuk High School delays first day Facility upgrades at Keokuk High School will buy students in grades 9-12 a little more summer vacation, as the first day of classes has been pushed back to Tuesday, Sept. 4. __________________________________________ CVP&D questions unanswered; attorney says board members support criminal charges A current member of the Chariton Valley Planning & Development Council of Government's board in July during a telephone call said all questions about the state audit would have to go through their attorney. __________________________________________ Breaking the cycle: Bullying seminars planned in South Sioux CityBack to school, back to bullying for many. But a group of community leaders wants to break the cycle.___________________________________________More Stories Below ___________________________________________ New Mamtek site owner A change in ownership of the Mamtek site, located on North Morley across from the Moberly Five-and-Drive, has taken place. ___________________________________________ City of LaGrange terminates administrator and officer The City of LaGrange is looking for a new city administrator and police officer. ___________________________________________ Missouri unemployment rises slightly to 7.2 percent A new report says Missouri's unemployment rate edged higher last month while the number of nonfarm jobs declined. ___________________________________________

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