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      RoundUp: triple fatality, reports of vandalism & drug charges

      Appanoose County man charged with multiple illegal drug offenses According to a press release issued Saturday, Sept. 1 by the Centerville Police Department, on Friday, Aug. 31 the South Central Iowa Drug Task Force concluded a month long investigation and executed a search warrant at 17409 Highway J29 in Appanoose County. __________________________________________ 3 more Community Pride Awards presented A Main Street business and two residential property owners are the latest recipients of the Community Pride Award. __________________________________________ Historic Society hopes to open AT&SF Complex in early OctoberNow that the future of the North Lee County Historical Society Museum has been recently agreed upon by their membership and the City of Fort Madison, the Museum's volunteer staff is making plans to reopen the AT&SF Complex as the main museum, according to L. D. "Andy" Andrews, President.___________________________________________More Stories Below ___________________________________________ Audrain County triple fatality Three residents of east Audrain County are dead after a two-vehicle collision involving a tractor trailer Friday afternoon. ___________________________________________ QPD takes over 20 reports of vandalism The Quincy Police Department is asking for your help in trying to solve a case of spray paint vandalism that hit parts of the city late Saturday night and into early Sunday morning. ___________________________________________ Lodging tax could fund airport upgrades in Columbia A new report shows Columbia could seek voter approval to raise the hotel tax to pay for a new terminal at Columbia Regional Airport. ___________________________________________

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