The Glenn South project will reclaim 25 acres and improve water that flows to Comstock Creek.
Rathbun Lake workshops set for May 22
RATHBUN — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Rathbun Lake is hosting a workshop on May 22.
The intent of this workshop is to present information regarding the current water management operations and the influence of recent and anticipated future trends necessitating the need to revise the 1980 version of the Water Regulation manual. Public comments regarding potential revisions to the water regulation manual will be collected and used for the manual revision decision-making process.
The workshops will be held at the Rathbun Regional Water Association administrative office, which is located just a one-half mile south of the Rathbun Dam, 16166 Highway J29.
There are two schedule times for the workshop: 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5-7 p.m.
For more information, call Phil Brown at 641-647-2464.
Epperson, Wardjoin Dept. of Correctional Services
OTTUMWA — The Eighth Judicial District Department of Correctional Services has announced that Lindsay Epperson and Kevin Ward have been hired as probation and parole officers at the Ottumwa Field Services office.
Epperson holds a master’s degree and formerly worked in organizational development. She will be monitoring the district’s low-risk program and writing Pre-Sentence Investigations (PSI).
Ward holds an associate’s degree in criminal justice and worked as a police officer for more than 25 years. He will be supervising the Keokuk County caseload and will also be writing PSIs.
Skeet club receives grant
FAIRFIELD – Members of Southeast Iowa Skeet Club, located in Fairfield, were recently awarded a grant from “Friends of NRA” to buy a G-2 Series Pat Trap.
Youth groups from Van Buren, Henry and Jefferson counties, along with trap shooters in southeast Iowa, will use the new equipment.
Registered trap shots for southeast Iowa shooters are put on in Fairfield on a monthly basis from April through September.