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At least weekly since 1883, the Daily Iowegian has printed in some form, under various names, and been delivered to Centerville and Appanoose County. The May 22 edition brings that to an end.

As one of the last managing editors of the Iowegian when Bob Beck owned the paper, my sadness at the newspaper’s demise is deeper than most. We hoped this day would not come, but given the shifts in advertising and reader habits that have occurred in the last 30 years, we aren’t terribly surprised.

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CENTERVILLE — The Shoppes at Bradley Hall will not reopen following economic challenges created by COVID-19.

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With the canceling of the spring sports season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no champions, no record breakers, no history makers, no senior nights. As that is the case, this series is created to honor those seniors and teams of the forever lost season of 2020.

With the canceling of the spring sports season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no champions, no record breakers, no history makers, no senior nights. As that is the case, this series is created to honor those seniors and teams of the forever lost season of 2020.

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With the canceling of the spring sports season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be no champions, no record breakers, no history makers, no senior nights. As that is the case, this series is created to honor those seniors and teams of the forever lost season of 2020.

Since being a kid, I've dreamt about eating as many Big Macs as I could. As the ultimate cheat day event, I ordered 32 Big Mac® sandwiches from Uber Eats and recorded the experience. According to McDonald’s, the Big Mac® features two 100 percent pure beef patties and Big Mac® sauce sandwiche…

Opera Iowa performs "Little Red's Most Unusual Day" for Ottumwa students in kindergarten through second grade Wednesday morning in St. John Auditorium. Dr. Jennifer Boyenga of Indian Hills Community College said the performance is part of the community college's arts outreach program.