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The Latest on the Iowa primary election

The Latest on the Iowa primary election (all times local):

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Candidate Profile: Trisha O'Cheltree for Hannibal's 1st Ward

Trisha O'Cheltree is running for 1st ward alderman Trisha O'Cheltree is running for 1st ward alderman

Hannibal residents in the first ward will go to the polls Tuesday to elect a new city council member. 

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Voters asked to disband transportation board

Part of the highway 36 corridor. Part of the highway 36 corridor.

On April 3rd, voters in 4 counties will be asked to disband the Highway 36 transportation development district.

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Palmyra proposes tax increase for street upgrades

Part of the street that is crumbling in Palmyra. Part of the street that is crumbling in Palmyra.

Drivers in Palmyra say street repairs are something they could use even if it cost them a little extra at the pump or at a restaurant in town.

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Marion County R-II looking to upgrade facilities

The district is looking to extend its current bonds. The district is looking to extend its current bonds.

A lack of fresh air in classrooms, and outdated security are some of the reasons the Marion County R-II School District is turning to voters on April 3rd for help.

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School bond goes before Fort Madison voters a third time

Cracks in the classroom walls at Richardson Elementary Cracks in the classroom walls at Richardson Elementary

Century old buildings are causing problems for elementary school teachers in Fort Madison. The district is going back to the polls for the third time to ask voters to approve a bond issue and build a new school. 

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Improving Palmyra's storm water infrastructure

Aging storm drain in Palmyra Aging storm drain in Palmyra

Imagine every time a storm happens, you have to worry about whether or not the rain is going to flood your basement.

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