A quick look at news from around the tri-state region.
An engineering study for a proposed sewer system in rural Lee County could be completed before the end of the year.
The study will provide construction options and potential costs for people living in and around Mooar/Powdertown.
The results of the study will determine whether the sewer project moves forward.
The Lee County Board of Supervisors plans to review it before meeting with residents.
Fort Madison Main Street is in the market for a new director.
A quick look at news from around the Tri-State region.
The Burlington Police Department has identified Crystal Newman, 33, as the woman found dead, last Thursday, in the home at 800 S. 8th Street in Burlington.
Authorities say Newman had a gunshot wound and there was a firearm/ammunition at the scene, but they have not determined a cause of death.
The children living at the residence were not harmed.
Fort Madison residents have an opportunity to weigh in on the future of city government.
A quick look at news from around the Tri-State Region
Members of United Steelworkers Local 444 have ratified a new contract with Henniges Automotive.
The union represents more than 400 workers at the auto-parts supplier in Keokuk.
Employees had been working under their previous contract after rejecting an earlier offer roughly two weeks ago.
DAVIS COUNTY, IA
A hunting preserve in Davis County is under quarantine after a white-tail deer tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease.