N ow that the members of the 48G union in Keokuk have agreed to accept a contract to return to work, we'll hear from the mayor of Keokuk about what he thinks.
Reaction from Tom Marion about getting locked out workers back on the job and pumping money back into the Keokuk economy.
We'll also hear what the last 10 months have been like on the local economy with the union members being locked out, so check this story later and watch KHQA's News at Five, KHQA's Evening News at 6 p.m. and KHQA's Late News at 10 p.m.
Weigh in on our Facebook page, too, where we've asked if you have a job, will you go back to work for Roquette. Click here to see the conversation.