CENTERVILLE — Teachers of the Centerville Community School District will get a pay raise after the district's board approved a tentative agreement.
CINCINNATI — A Cincinnati dog breeder has made the Humane Society of the United States’ Horrible Hundred report, which highlights 100 problem puppy mills.
CENTERVILLE — When the Centerville Big Reds football team takes the field for their home opener against Albia in September, they'll do so on a new field.
OTTUMWA — Officials with Indian Hills Community College are beginning a months-long campaign toward a November vote for the largest investment in the college's history.
CENTERVILLE — Zoie Sconzo and Abbie Probasco pulled out key wins for the Redettes during a South Central Conference dual with the Blue Demons, earning two-game wins in the No. 4 and 6 singles matches.
EDDYVILLE – Anna Dunlap and Kelsey Pacha produced the two fastest 100-meter hurdle runs in the history of the Fairfield High School girls' track and field program on Thursday, clinching trips to the Drake Relays at the Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Rocket Relays.
FORT MADISON — Emma Becker picked up three wins for the Comets, taking wins in the 100 and 200-meter dashes as well as the long jump lifting Cardinal to the Class B team championship at the 46th Annual Timm Lamb Pen City Relays.
FAIRFIELD — After being rained out midway through the first dual of the season, the Ottumwa boys tennis team was able to make it to the finish line on Monday at Fairfield.
CENTERVILLE — A bid was accepted for the first phase of improvements at Howar Middle School, and began the process for designing improvements at Centerville High School.
NORTH NEWTON, KS — The seventh-ranked Indian Hills men's track and field team made quite a statement Saturday, finishing first out of 18 teams with 88 points at the Loren Reusser Invitational, hosted by Bethel College.
OTTUMWA — Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds said Wednesday the state will open up vaccine eligibility to all Iowans next week, saying allocations have increased as projected.
CENTERVILLE — Those wanting to be involved in this year's Pancake Day pageant — or ladies wanting to vie for the crown — can begin applying on April 1.
OTTUMWA — Coronavirus cases are rising in America, and there's evidence that trend is occurring in Iowa. According to state data, Iowa has seen 3,250 individuals test positive for COVID-19 in the past week.
This Week's Circulars
- Officers seize methamphetamine from Ottumwa residence
- The Queen speaks: Lori Arnold shares story of drug empire in Discovery docuseries
- Light of the future
- For the record
- Women's soccer: Warriors overcome
- Sheriff's office takes fleeing suspect into custody
- Some Republicans worry voting limits will hurt the GOP, too
- Council agrees to Oxbow grant application
- Prep track: Bulldogs field automatic state berths
- Blue Oval Bound