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Escaped Jackson County inmates back in custody

CLINTON, Iowa — Almost a week after two inmates escaped from jail in Jackson County, police say they have them back in custody.

On Monday, March 6, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office announced that the inmates, 19-year-old Andrew Combs and 20-year-old Brian Willey were apprehended in Clinton. 193 more words

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Two inmates escape from exercise yard at Jackson County Jail

MAQUOKETA, Iowa — The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department is searching for two inmates who escaped from the county jail.

On Tuesday, February 28, 2017, inmates were outside in the jail exercise yard. 266 more words

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UPDATE: Two inmates escape from Jackson Co. Jail

UPDATE: The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office is searching for two inmates who escaped from the jail Feb. 28, 2017. According to Chief Deputy Steve Schroeder, the two were in the exercise yard around 2 p.m. 126 more words

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Maquoketa rebuilding downtown nine years after devastating fire

MAQUOKETA, Iowa – It’s been ten years since the fire that destroyed part of Maquoketa’s downtown, but even after all these years the community is still committed to bring life back to it. 324 more words

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Grassley, Ernst, and other GOP face town hall anger

(CNN/KWQC) – Across the country, as Senators and Congressmen are on home recess, town halls are turning into a hot beds for political activism.

Protesters are packing these events and expressing outrage over a number of issues surrounding Washington and President Donald Trump, leading many to wonder if there’s a power shift on the horizon in 2018. 204 more words

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Sen. Ernst's "veterans roundtable" disrupted by angry protestors

MAQUOKETA, Iowa – U.S Senator Joni Ernst held a round table discussion at Maquoketa’s city hall to talk about veteran care, but the hundreds that packed inside had their own agenda. 256 more words

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Watch Live: Joni Ernst in Maquoketa, Iowa

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Joni Ernst speaks at a Town Hall Meeting in Maquoketa, Iowa. Scheduled for 1:30 p.m.

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