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- AC history AC history Feb. 16, 1862: From the Civil War, victory at Fort Donelson on the Cumberland River in Tennessee reached Centerville. The pivotal group in the capture of the fort were men of the 2nd Iowa Infantry among them boys from Appanoose County (inc
- Band trips approved, Howar sports expansion supported By Krystal Fowler Lifestyle Editor Band trips approved, Howar sports expansion supported
- Healthy Appanoose Challenge The sixth week of the Healthy Appanoose Challenges are printed below. The free program can be joined anytime throughout the year. Log in at the Centerville-Rathbun Lake Area Chamber of Commerce at www.centerville-ia.com to record challenges completed
CCC PREVIEW for tonight at 5:30 p.m.
Topping a heavy agenda for tonight's Centerville City Council meeting is a request for a proposal to hire a financial advisor for the city.
- Timeline details Iowa National Guard in Centerville The following information was supplied to the Daily Iowegian by the Iowa National Guard. It is part of their historical record detailing the Iowa National Guard and armory involvement in Centerville. The Iowa National Guard lists previous armory loca
- AC history AC history Feb. 14, 1929: At 10:30 a.m. on this morning in 1929, the St. Valentine's Day Massacre would shock the nation and the world. Four men entered the SMC Carthage Company at 2212 N. Clark St. in Chicago. Two were dressed as policemen. They ca
- Dewey Road armory final stop Part 3 in a series The Iowa National Guard closed the Centerville armory on Dewey Road on Jan. 24. What follows is part 3 of a look back at the history of guard units in Centerville and the armories where they trained, a history that dates back to at
- AC history AC history Feb. 13, 1871: The first train into Centerville -- the Chicago and Southwestern -- was steaming, roaring and whistling its way toward the depot on the Levee greeted by the town band, the citizens and the children, one shouting: "What's the
- Guard tradition ends Part 2 in a series The Iowa National Guard closed the Centerville armory on Dewey Road on Jan. 24. What follows is part 2 of a look back at the history of guard units in Centerville and the armories where they trained, a history that dates back to at
- Agendas for Supervisors and Milestone Board and Advisory Council Appanoose County Board of Supervisors The Appanoose County Board of Supervisors will meet Tuesday, Feb. 18 at 9 a.m. in the boardroom of the Courthouse. Items on the agenda include approval of Feb. 3 meeting minutes, Eminent Domain Commission appoint
- Fundraiser Fundraiser The medical professionals with the Appanoose County Heart Committee, who work to provide defibrillators throughout the community and provide heart health education to the public, has organized a fundraiser this year and will host a dinner
- Local author book signing Local author book signing Local author Marsha Mitchell will be selling and autographing copies of her recently published book "Caravan" at the Drake Public Library on Saturday, Feb. 15 from 10 a.m. to noon.
- AC history AC history Feb. 12, 1905: Starting in a building on the northeast corner of East Jackson and 14th Street in Centerville, 49-year old Miles Bateman and 36-year old B.A. "Barney" Fuller developed a tree stump puller so successful in design the company
- End of a 133 year tradition The now closed Iowa National Guard armory in Centerville snaps a tradition of a guard presence in Centerville that dates back to at least 1881. The Iowa National Guard announced Jan. 24 that they were permanently closing the Centerville armory and mo
- Healthy Appanoose Challenges The fifth week of the Healthy Appanoose Challenges are printed below. The free program can be joined anytime throughout the year. Log in at the Centerville-Rathbun Lake Area Chamber of Commerce at www.centerville-ia.com to record challenges completed
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