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      Roundup: nursing home violations, fuel savings program & a woman arrested























      Lewis released from jail; Short asks Iowa Attorney General's Office to take case




      A Keokuk man charged with a felony in connection with the death of another Keokuk man was released from jail Monday.


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      Recently fined nursing home has history of violations




      Golden Age Skilled Nursing and Rehab, the nursing home that was recently fined $8,000 by the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals â?? Health Facilities Division for failing to help a dying woman, has a long history of citations and violations.

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      Hy-Vee, Casey's announce aggressive fuel savings program for customers




      Hy-Vee, Inc. and Caseyâ??s General Stores today announced the launch of a program that will allow customers to save $2 or more per gallon on gasoline purchases at all Hy-Vee and Caseyâ??s stores.

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      Liberty motorcycle club victim arrested in similar May incident


      The man arrested in a Saturday shooting at a Liberty motorcycle club is now charged with two counts of attempted-first degree murder.

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      Woman arrested for Osage County burglary


      A woman was taken into custody Monday for her suspected involvement in a burglary.





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      Sen. Claire McCaskill's mother, Betty Anne, dies





















































































      Betty Anne McCaskill, the first woman to win a seat on the Columbia City Council, died at her home Monday at age 84, said her daughter, U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill.

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