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- Ratbun CIty Council agenda for May 8 Rathbun City Council Rathbun City Council will meet Wednesday, May 8 at 6 p.m. at Rathbun Community Center. Items on the agenda include approval of April minutes, approval of financial and LOSST reports, approval of bills paid, discuss grant options
- Board of Supervisors agenda for May 6 Appanoose Counry Board of Supervisors The Appanoose County Board of Supervisors will meet Monday, May 6 at 9 a.m. in the boardroom of the Courthouse. Items on the agenda include approval of April 15 meeting minutes, hiring a part time employee for co
Controlled burn Saturday in Centerville
Saturday morning, April 27 fire departments from Centerville, Mystic, Moravia and Moulton participated in a controlled burn.
Work on Depot continues
Warmer weather allowed volunteers to get back to work on renovating the VFW Hall in Centerville Monday.
Bike rodeo at Lakeview Tuesday
Third grader Colton Webb participates in the bike rodeo Tuesday morning.
Lindenmayer to retire as president
Dr. Jim Lindenmayer, president of Indian Hills Community College for over a decade, announced Monday that he will be retiring later this year. No specific retirement date has been set.
- Education funding bill in gridlock, for now Saturday morning highlights from the Iowa Statehouse-based political reality show called "The Divided Legislature" played out in Centerville at Chariton Valley Planning and Development in front of 20. The show is expected to go past it's allotted tim
- Probation for Corydon man Lawrence James Anderson, 54, of Corydon, was sentenced by Wayne County Judge David L. Christensen on March 25 to 10 years in prison, all suspended, three years probation and a fine for a criminal controlled substance violation. Anderson entered a neg
- Probation for Appanoose Co. woman An Appanoose County woman just three days before sentencing in a case from 2012 had her pretrial release revoked. Amy Sue Cunningham, 21, of Moulton, scheduled to be sentenced March 29 in the Appanoose County Courthouse had her pretrial release revok
- NRCS improves watersheds DES MOINES -- State conservationist Jay Mar Monday announced additional funding for an initiative to improve water quality in four selected Iowa watersheds. USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service will make financial assistance available this y
- Annual student art exhibition at Indian Hills Community College OTTUMWA — The 2013 annual Indian Hills Community College student art exhibition will open on Monday, April 29 with an opening reception from 7-8:30 p.m. in the art gallery on the college’s Ottumwa campus. Many of the student artists will be present d
- Bridge City Explosion to present concert at Indian Hills Community College OTTUMWA — Bridge City Explosion, Indian Hills Community College’ show choir, will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 2, in St. John Auditorium. The free performance is open to the public. Director Diana Upton-Hill said selections to be
- Iowa Democratic Party announces 2013 Hall of Fame award winners DES MOINES — The Iowa Democratic Party today announced the winners for the annual Hall of Fame Award Ceremony. Former Congressman Leonard Boswell will receive the Outstanding Elected Official Award and long-time Polk County activist Ed Skinner will r
- Students work to improve school grounds with tree plantings Friday morning several groups of students and volunteers came together to make a positive change on the Centerville High School campus. The group planted nine trees the school was able to purchase with a $1,000 grant from the DNR Trees for Kids/Teens
Families and friends of Appanoose Co. to fight cancer
Cancer fighters will go around the clock in the battle against cancer when the 2013 American Cancer Society Relay For Life® of Appanoose County gets underway with teams gathering at Paul Johnson Field at Lakeview Elementary on June 1 at 1 p.m.
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