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Wednesday Featured Stories

  1. Getting a head start on the Fiesta

    Eddie Mendez uses a metal plate to tamp down a hole that was dug for a pole during the work day that was held for this year’s Fiesta. Mendez was one of the group that gathered Saturday to get a head start on prepping the area for the celebration that will take place Sept. 17-19. Project organizer Aaron Prado said the group would be holding more work days to finish up projects such as sealing the stage and painting picnic tables as the event approaches.
  2. Relay fights cancer by believing

    Friday night brought something out to Richmond Stadium in Fort Madison that Relay For Life of North Lee County organizer Angie Budnik loves to see more than anything — support.“Cancer touches everyone and I love to see the community, people you wouldn’t ordinarily see together, working hard toward the common goal of getting rid of cancer,” said Budnik.
  3. And down she goes

    Shane Hall, owner of Hall Excavating, tears down another house next to Turbo Wash at 15th Street and Avenue H. Turbo Wash owner Eric Freitag has purchased the lots for a more open area next to his business. Helping Hall out is Jesse Rudd.
  4. Perfect picnic weather

    Sunny and 77 degrees made it the ideal weather to enjoy lunch at Riverview Park. Fort Madison couple Norma and Gary Davis took their six-year-old mix breed dog Luke for a walk in the park and lunch Wednesday afternoon so that all three could enjoy watching the birds on the Mississippi River.

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