Roundup: hog producer penalized, veto session & a baby scalding
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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??
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.
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.
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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