AP-IA--Iowa News Digest 1:30 pm, IA
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AROUND THE STATE:
KEOKUK, Iowa — The future for a former casino barge remains uncertain as officials in southeastern Iowa talk of turning it into an event center, a boutique bed and breakfast or a floating mall with a restaurant. SENT: 300 words by the Quad-City Times.
— MISSING STUDENT-IOWA — Reward for the safe return of missing University of Iowa student jumps to $260,000. AP Photo NY703.
— IOWA STATE FAIR-INSPECTIONS — Personnel from the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals will conduct an inspection of the Iowa State Fair concession games as the fair kicks off. AP Photo NY703.
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