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New Keokuk school superintendent on the scene




Attendees of Mondayâ??s Keokuk School Board meeting might have noticed a new face around the conference table, sitting behind a freshly-minted nameplate for â??Tim Hood.â??








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Judge penalizes Iowa hog producer for fish kill


A Clay County judge has ordered a northwest Iowa hog producer to pay a $15,000 penalty for an illegal manure application last year that led to a fish kill.



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Local legislators line up votes for veto session




When lawmakers return to Jefferson City tomorrow for the annual veto session, a Boone County Democratic representative likely will take sides against Gov. Jay Nixon on one issue while the area's Republican senator intends to vote against his party on another.

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Hannibal man jailed in baby scalding


A Hannibal man is in jail on an assault charge after a 1-year-old child was severely burned.




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Ex-teacher, coach pleads guilty to molestation


A former teacher and baseball coach at a southwest Missouri high school faces up to eight years in prison for molesting three boys on his team.

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