RURAL EDDYVILLE — An Oskaloosa man was killed in a Tuesday afternoon crash in northeastern Monroe County.
DES MOINES — Indian Hills Community College was one of 65 applicants for the Coronavirus Relief Fund Employer Innovation Fund Grant, the Iowa governor's office said Wednesday.
OTTUMWA — Due to unforeseen water main connecting issues, the work at Milner Street and Mary Street intersection work could not be finished by the time school was released Wednesday.
Several local students earned dean's list accolades for the summer semester at Buena Vista University. To make the list, full-time students had to achieve a 3.5 grade point average or higher for the semester.
Cardinal Community School District will partner with Wapello County Public Health to administer free flu shots to students and their families during the week of Oct. 19-23 at the school.
BATAVIA — Wapello County deputies stopped a vehicle on Highway 34 near the Jefferson County line Monday and said the stop ultimately turned up a large quantity of methamphetamine.
MORAVIA — Investigators said an Appanoose County sheriff's deputy fired his gun at a vehicle being chased by police before the suspect was ultimately apprehended.
BLOOMFIELD — The Davis County Fairgrounds will receive a $3,000 grant to move their current ice cream stand into a larger building in the fairgrounds as part of Grinnell Mutual’s Fairground Facelift initiative.
RURAL EDDYVILLE — A search warrant turned up marijuana, marijuana plants, methamphetamine, firearms, explosive devices and paraphernalia on Monday, local law enforcement said.
AMES — Two local students earned academic degrees during the summer from Iowa State University, and both can participate in either the fall or spring commencement ceremonies because of the COVID-19 pandemic. They were among 820 graduates from the school.
OTTUMWA — Ken Prince will return to Indian Hills Community College with his photography exhibit “It’s About the Light” Sept. 14 to Oct. 29 in the college’s art gallery on the Ottumwa campus.
OTTUMWA — Roger Archer, owner of Main Street Insurance in Osceola, was recognized as a “Partners in Excellence” by KHI Solutions, a Fort Dodge-based insurance network to which he belongs.
MARSHALLTOWN — Three local students recently graduated with certificates or degrees from Marshalltown Community College during the winter 2019 term and spring and summer 2020 terms:
BATAVIA — Cedar Valley Winery, located just west of Fairfield, picked up five medals for outstanding wines during the Finger Lakes International Wine & Spirits Competition in Mendon, New York, recently.
OTTUMWA — Patrons of the Ottumwa Public Library are now able to send print jobs to the library from their phones, tablets, computers or any device from the internet as the library continues to implement efforts to cross the digital divide.
OTTUMWA — JBS Pork in Ottumwa was recently selected to receive an Environmental Protection Agency Region &7 2020 Pollution Prevention (P2) Award. The award will be formally presented during ceremonies at the Midwest Environmental Compliance Conference Dec. 1-2.
DES MOINES — The Iowa Department of Public Safety and the Office of the Attorney General are once again warning residents to be aware of the “grandparent scam,” which has been an annual occurrence for over a decade.
OTTUMWA — Citizens are encouraged to take a survey for Ottumwa and Wapello County Recycling regarding toxic waste educational opportunities. This survey is being done to find out if people are interested in information on using less toxic alternatives. The City continues to look at different…
This Week's Circulars
- District looks into purchase of Market on Main
- Iowa adds 1,048 new COVID-19 cases, 18 deaths
- Oskaloosa man killed in Monroe County crash
- 90 students quarantined as new guidance announced
- Staff still needed for Test Iowa clinic
- Iowa relaxes quarantine guidance despite rapid virus spread
- Centerville sets hearing for school improvements
- Race for the Cure presses on virtually
- For the record
- Prep cross country: Head of the class