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      Roundup: fire destroys business, a former drug house & planting trees





















      Square businesses engulfed in flames




      A fire began on the roof of the Gypsy Quarter store at 218 E. State St. in Centerville at approximately 1 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.




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      Former drug house cleaned up in Keokuk




      A forfeited drug house will go on the market now that itâ??s been cleaned up a bit.








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      OFD responds to multiple weekend fires




      A Saturday night fire destroyed a home just outside the Oskaloosa city limits on Highway 63.

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      New Technology Aids Disney Teachers




      Technology is changing as quickly as one can fathom.

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      Missouri youth groups, schools to plant 250,000 trees


      Thousands of trees were knocked down during highway projects and two Missouri agencies are again working together to replace them.


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      Schools look at policy on 'hardship' transfers




      Every school year, Columbia Public Schools sees students who want to enroll in the district even if their parents or guardians don't live in the area.



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