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      Roundup: deer statue recovered, mammoth dig site & probation for child porn

      1,500 pound bronze stolen statue recovered and returned The Appanoose County Sheriff and Iowa DNR Conservation Officer recover stolen deer statue stolen from June, a press release from the Appanoose County Sheriff's Office said. __________________________________________ 2 county departments seek city funding help Two representatives of the Lee County Health Department and Lee County Conservation Board asked the Keokuk City Council Thursday for $10,000 to $15,000 to help build a new joint facility costing an estimated $3.9 million to $4.5 million.__________________________________________ Mammoth site work continues in mud Scientists and volunteers got their hands dirty this weekend at the mammoth dig site in rural Mahaska County.___________________________________________More Stories Below ___________________________________________ What's your drive-through restaurant story, good or bad? The nation is in the midst of a presidential campaign, Nobel prizes are being handed out -- and the most-read story on Time magazine's site this morning is this one: "Burger King officially has the slowest drive-thru."___________________________________________ "Jane Doe" discovered in Quincy building gutted by fire Investigators continue to look into the human remains found at the site of a Sunday night fire that damaged Salvage Lumber in Quincy. ___________________________________________ Man gets probation for child-porn plea A 53-year-old Columbia man was sentenced to supervised probation for admitting to possessing child pornography that was found on a computer during maintenance at a repair shop. ___________________________________________

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