OTTUMWA — The city of Ottumwa will change the way it's represented legally, getting rid of a full-time city attorney and instead contracting services.
DES MOINES — A federal grand jury indictment has been handed down against a Fairfield man, formerly of Centerville, on charges he produced, distributed and received child pornography.
OTTUMWA — United Way of Wapello County is looking for volunteers for their Retired and Senior Volunteer Program. RSVP Director Peggy Fisher said it is as important now as it has ever been.
OTTUMWA — Since Indian Hills Community College secured $1.1 million in federal funding two months ago through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act they were able to help many students.
CENTERVILLE — The Centerville Community School District has made the decision to move forward with holding an in-person graduation ceremony for the class of 2020.
CENTERVILLE — A list of assurances to the state was due Wednesday, but there’s still much to be done in terms of planning before the Centerville Community School District will be ready for students this fall.
OTTUMWA — The Greater Ottumwa Partners in Progress (GOPiP) 79th annual golf classic is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, July 31, at the Ottumwa Golf and Social Club.
OTTUMWA — Police have charged a Kansas City man with meth and marijuana possession after serving a search warrant on him at the Colonial Motor Inn on Saturday.
OTTUMWA — Upon George Floyd’s death and a crowded rally held at Central Park in early June, Lorraine Uehling created a Facebook group called “Ottuwans for Racial Justice.”
OTTUMWA — Heat, humidity and rain are back in the forecast for Ottumwa. Storms arrive Friday, and a daily chance of rain is expected to remain through the middle of next week.
OSKALOOSA — After serving more than 600 patients in Mahaska County since its opening in 2000, River Hills Community Health Center will set up shop in Oskaloosa.
OTTUMWA — Indian Hills Community College received a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor this month. The grant will go toward the college’s Job Corps Scholars program.
OTTUMWA — The rise in cases locally has slowed, but the COVID-19 pandemic is not over. Events are still being canceled. Numbers nationally are rising. Travel is iffy, at best, and large crowds raise concerns.
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