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Past articles by Elizabeth:

Fort Madison police chief to retire; last day will be May 31

Tim Sittig has been the chief of police in Fort Madison since November 2016. → Read More

When, where to see 2020 candidate Tulsi Gabbard

Gabbard, a Democratic congresswoman from Hawaii, will make four stops Wednesday in southeast Iowa. → Read More

When, where to see 2020 hopeful John Hickenlooper

Hickenlooper, the former governor of Colorado and Democratic presidential candidate, will be in southeast Iowa Saturday. → Read More

4 Powdertown homeowners hit with injunctions over polluting septic systems

Since 2016, the Lee County Health Department and Iowa Department of Natural Resources have tried to work with people to replace the failed systems. → Read More

City Council moves depot project forward with approval of Amtrak contracts

The Fort Madison City Council was told to expect bid letting on the downtown depot to begin in June. → Read More

Discussion on commission appointments, five-year road plan dominates meeting

At the April 2 Lee County Board of Supervisors meeting, supervisors will vote on whether to accept the latest version of the five-year road plan. → Read More

Murder suspect charged in Chew death surrenders to Chicago police

Emmanuel Spann is one of four men charged with murder in connection to the 2017 death of Demarcus Chew. → Read More

County departments advise caution on ice as more winter weather rolls in

Freezing rain started in Des Moines County Tuesday afternoon, turning into snow overnight. → Read More

Des Moines County officials sworn in for new term

The county attorney, recorder, treasurer and a member of the board of supervisors were elected Nov. 6, 2018 to a new term in office. → Read More

Wapello couple celebrates 77 years together on Christmas Day

With Kenny McChesney preparing to go to war, the young couple knew they wanted to get married first. → Read More

Lisa Schaefer to be sworn in Jan. 2 as Des Moines County attorney

Schaefer, a former assistant county attorney, was elected in an uncontested race Nov. 6. → Read More

The Turf takes shape with inflation of 79-foot-tall dome

Once completed, the 78,500 square-foot facility will house soccer and softball fields, in addition to batting and pitching cages. → Read More

Grassley: 'Respect and prestige' defined 41st president

Iowa senators reflect on the late President George H.W. Bush, who died last week at 94. → Read More

Keokuk HS lands federal grant for carpentry apprenticeship program

The Quality Pre-Apprenticeship Program will give students the training they need to make a smooth transition to a full-time apprenticeship. → Read More

Temporary workers needed to erect The Turf's dome

Burlington's indoor sports facility is slated for completion in December or early January. → Read More

City commission votes down proposal for apartments at former Perkins School

A developer wants to turn the abandoned building into "high-end" apartments and sell residential lots on the property. → Read More

Snowfall hits 10 inches in Burlington; unusual for November

North of Burlington, in the Quad Cities, snow totals was a record high 13 inches. → Read More

'Blizzard conditions' possible with snowfall predicted today

Southeast Iowa and west-central Illinois could see between four and eight inches of snow accumulate Sunday. → Read More

Burlington welcomes holiday season with 'Winter Wonderland' parade

Jefferson Street was packed with area residents and guests alike in celebration of the holiday season. → Read More

City crews working to stop damaging drainage on S. Main

Weather permitting, the project is expected to be finished in the first or second week of December. → Read More