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MOUNT PLEASANT — Centerville's Matthew Lewis won a district title Saturday, qualifying for a chance to win his fourth career state title.

CENTERVILLE — For the first time in program history, the Indian Hills men’s wrestling squad took the mat on its home turf, and the Warriors did not disappoint as IHCC won convincingly, 38-4 over visiting Ellsworth.

OTTUMWA — After two days of case growth not seen for months, Wapello County added 13 cases of the coronavirus on Thursday.

OTTUMWA — New state data on Tuesday indicated an additional 47 new coronavirus cases were confirmed in Wapello County. It’s the largest single-day increase since early December.

DAVENPORT — One year after setting a new school record in the 50-yard freestyle, Kevin Kretz broke his own mark on Saturday in one of four state-qualifying swims for the Ottumwa High School boys swimming team.

OTTUMWA — There were 11 new cases of the coronavirus confirmed in Wapello County, according to new state data on Sunday.

OTTUMWA — The 102nd resident of Wapello County has died from the coronavirus, according to new state data on Friday.

CENTERVILLE — Following the sting of their first loss of the season to Knoxville last Friday night, the Centerville girls basketball team rebounded with a commanding performance over Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont on Tuesday night at home during Senior Night.

CENTERVILLE — After a slow start to the season, the Centerville boys basketball team may be catching fire at the right time.

OTTUMWA — There were another 841 cases of the coronavirus confirmed in Iowans between Monday and Tuesday, with 10 new cases reported in Wapello County.

OTTUMWA — A record number of Iowans were reported dead from the coronavirus on Sunday, including two more in Wapello County.

OTTUMWA — On the final day of January, the Iowa Department of Public Health reported that another 250 Iowans have died from the coronavirus. It is the most deaths reported by the state in a 24-hour period since the pandemic began.

Iowa saw another 1,104 new cases of the coronavirus reported Wednesday, as the state’s governor said the recent decrease in new cases is not due to lower testing.

CENTERVILLE — The Indian Hills women's wrestling team secured its first dual win, earning a pair of technical falls along with two pins in a 29-12 win over Central Methodist.

OTTUMWA — Roads across southeastern Iowa are completely covered after several inches of snow fell Monday into Tuesday morning. But the area fared better than other parts of Iowa and the Midwest.

OTTUMWA — An attorney for Rita Hart said Monday the campaign is "very confident" its election challenge will prevail and the Clinton County Democrat will ultimately assume Iowa's second congressional seat at the U.S. House.

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