CENTERVILLE — Congressman Dave Loebsack will visit Centerville businesses Saturday, May 15 and meet with owners to discuss his work to help small businesses and spur economic development. Loebsack will also listen to local business leaders, gathering their input on ways to help create jobs in the area.
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Mid-game spree gives Reds district win
The 7th-ranked Centerville Big Reds were down 1-0 after one inning of play. However, runs in the final four innings propelled them to a 6-1 win in the district opener Friday night.
Weather Cancelations: June 19
Cancelations for June 19.
Weather cancelations for June 10 and June 11
Weather Cancelations for June 10 and June 11.
Moorman leads after first day
Centerville’s Alex Moorman held a one stroke lead at the end of the first day at the Class 3-A Boys’ State Golf tournament.
Technicality, rout ends Falcons season
Dreams of hosting the district tournament, and even a return trip to the JUCO World Series, seemed to be in grasp for the Indian Hills Falcons coming into Saturday afternoon.
- New weather related cancellations
Update: Appanoose County attorney found dead in his apartment
Centerville Police Chief Tom Demry confirmed Appanoose County Attorney Richard F. Scott was found dead in his Centerville apartment Friday at approximately 10:10 a.m.
Burn ban still in effect for Appanoose County
While some precipitation has fallen in April, conditions are still too dry for those in Appanoose County to burn.
Month-long investigation leads to nine arrests for meth
On Thursday, Feb. 27, 2014 the South Central Iowa Drug Task Force concluded a month long investigation which targeted multiple individuals who had conspired with each other to manufacture methamphetamine.
Cochran places seventh at state
Moravia's Briar Cochran left no doubt on the mats Saturday afternoon, recording a 19-3 technical fall to take seventh place at the state tournament.
Live: State wrestling tournament
Here's the live blog from the state wrestling tournament tracking results for local wrestlers.
Snow ordinance completely lifted after tonight
The street department will need the square and all side streets within a one block radius cleared from midnight to 6 a.m. After that, the ordinance is expected to end.
School and area closings/delays for Thursday
See a list of weather related announcements. http://www.dailyiowegian.com/closings
Snow ordinance in effect
Effective immediately by the order of Centerville Mayor Jan Spurgeon the Centerville Police Department has enacted the Snow Emergency Ordinance.
Parking ban in effect
By the order of Centerville Mayor Jan Spurgeon the Centerville Police Department has enacted the Snow Emergency Ordinance.
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