Roundup: bow hunting rules, arson conviction & prison sentence for former coach
Council yanks obelisks; in-city bow hunting rule changes fail
The Centerville City Council Tuesday tonight at City Hall voted to not approve changes to the police department's rules and regulations governing the upcoming 2012/2013 bow deer hunt inside city limits.
Fertilizer plant funding okayed
New 300-acre site between Fort Madison, Wever is not in flood plain
Supervisors talk Highway 63 NEPA study
The Mahaska County Board of Supervisors discussed the U.S. 63 NEPA study at its meeting Tuesday morning.
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Probation granted in arson conviction
A Columbia woman who in May set fires inside and outside an Ash Street residence during an argument was sentenced yesterday to five years of supervised probation.
Former Palmyra coach gets five-year prison sentence
Former Palmyra High School teacher Randall Shepard pleaded guilty to charges related to an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student.
Internet grants going to 11 rural Missouri hospitals
Eleven hospitals in rural Missouri will share $262,000 in federal grants to help speed up their Internet connections.
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