RoundUp: post-recession strategies, kidnapping suspect trial & Guard welcome home

      Hospital situation uppermost on local senior citizensâ?? minds It wasnâ??t Social Security or Medicare that was the most pressing issue for nine senior citizens at River Hills Village in Keokuk Thursday. __________________________________________ Probation sentence for man; second defendant, a woman, faces three criminal complaints An Appanoose County man and Missouri woman facing multiple criminal charges has, for one part, settled with the state's judicial system. __________________________________________ Residents learn of post-recession strategiesAbout 50 attendees of the 26th annual Iowa Downtown Summit in Keokuk gathered Wednesday morning at the Grand Theatre to learn strategies for post-recession downtown revitalization.___________________________________________More Stories Below ___________________________________________ November trial scheduled for Moberly kidnapping suspect A November jury trial has been scheduled for a Moberly man accused of kidnapping a woman and threatening to kill her this spring. ___________________________________________ Guard company gets heroes' welcome Sunday Eighty members of the Missouri Army National Guardâ??s 2175th Military Police Company returned to Hannibal Sunday. ___________________________________________ Goodwill Industries criticized for workshop wages The National Federation of the Blind is criticizing Goodwill Industries for wages paid at a sheltered workshop in Columbia. ___________________________________________

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