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- Cincinnati City Council agenda for May 13 Cincinnati City Council The Cincinnati City Council will meet Monday, May 13 at 7 p.m. at Cincinnati Community Center. Items on the agenda include approval of April 8 meeting minutes, approval of April expenditures, approval of April financial report
- Appanoose SWCD receives Cooper Creek watershed development grant Cooper Creek watershed includes 34,011 acres The Appanoose Soil and Water Conservation District recently received approval for a Watershed Development and Planning Assistance Grant through the Iowa Department of Ag and Land Stewardship - Department
- Virtual safety training from Centerville company Friday morning several local public officials and Iowa Rep. Dave Loebsack were given an in-depth look at a virtual training public safety program developed by Centerville-based MediaTech. John "Rocky" White, MediaTech president and CEO, guided visito
- Franklin Farmhands Adopt-A-Highway The Franklin Farmhands 4-H club met on Sunday, April 14 at the Promise City shelter to pick up trash for Adopt-A-Highway. Many members and their families showed up to help with the project. After pick-up a short meeting was held. A reminder was given
- Several local businesses expanding The traveling first Wednesday of every month Kaffee Klatsch meeting landed at Chariton Valley Planning & Development on the west side of the Centerville Square at 10 a.m. May 1 with 24 in attendance. The meeting lasted approximately 42 minutes. Execu
- Police officer resigns Tonight the Centerville City Council during a regular meeting at City Hall will consider accepting the resignation of a Centerville Police Department officer and look at the possibility of hiring two new officers. Shaun Houser announced his intention
- Mystic hires temporary city clerk The city of Mystic April 16 during a special city council meeting voted to hire Laurie Roof as the temporary city clerk at $10 per hour beginning Friday, April 19. Roof accepted the job. The council received nine applications for the position.
- Doggie Day at the library Doggie Day at the library Come to the Drake Public Library on Saturday, May 18 from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. to meet some of this area's doggies and their owners. They will be showing off their skills and settling in for small group reading time. Patron
- Appanoose County Service Agency Agenda Appanoose County Service Agency The Appanoose County Service Agency will meet Wednesday, May 8 at 8:30 a.m. Items on the agenda include approving April 11 meeting minutes, approving bills and discussing other items that come before the agency.
Cold front brings heavy, wet snow to Appanoose County
Friday, May 3 in Centerville the ground was covered with a heavy, wet snow. The following photos were taken before 9 a.m. Snow was still on the ground after 12 p.m.
Due to the weather, tomorrow’s rummage sale at the Appanoose County Historical Museum has been postponed until June 1.
- Indian Hills Community College jazz band to present spring concert OTTUMWA -- The annual spring concert of the Indian Hills Community College jazz band will be at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, May 6. The concert, in St. John Auditorium, is free and open to the public. Under the direction of Professor David Sharp, the group w
- Centerville TAG students compete Fifth and sixth grade Talented and Gifted students at Lakeview Elementary in Centerville took first place and fourth grade TAG students took third place in the recent state Destination Imagination competition contest April 6. Diane Mueller is the TAG
- Upcoming meeting agendas Centerville City Council The Centerville City Council will meet Monday, May 6 at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall. Items on the agenda include approval of minutes of April 15 meeting, approval of minutes of Airport Commission meeting on March 11, approval of m
- Prison term for Appanoose County man An Appanoose County man between the years 2003 and 2013 had six felony cases containing 18 criminal counts adjudicated in Appanoose County. Appanoose County Judge Kirk A. Daily April 12 sentenced Alfred Crosson, 40, of Centerville to five years in s
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