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RoundUp: Iowa job creation, stolen saddles & higher costs for school lunches





















Job creation high on Branstadâ??s list




Governor addresses service clubs in Fort Madison, brings up fertilizer plant proposal


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SIEDA receives donation to improve oral health in Appanoose County




The Delta Dental of Iowa Foundation donated 8,400 toothbrushes, toothpaste and floss to the Iowa Head Start Association.



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Smile, you'll be on camera at new 4-8 school




If you will be visiting the new Fort Madison Middle School anytime after it opens this fall, you might as well smile for the cameras.

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Macon saddles recovered


A Kirksville resident was arrested Tuesday and charged with 2 counts of burglary in the 2nd degree and one count of stealing over 500-dollars in connection with the theft of five horse saddles from a location on Marshall Road in Excello.


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Quincy School District prepares for higher food costs


The Quincy School District is preparing to shell out more money for food this school year.



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Missouri grandmother sentenced for harming granddaughter


A Jefferson City woman has been sentenced to three years in prison for giving her granddaughter blood thinner.

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