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      RoundUp: water shortages, tobacco free campus & meth suspects arrested





















      No water shortages reported in area





      Mississippi River provides water for several Tri-State Area communities




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      Grassley schedules SE Iowa meetings





      Senator Chuck Grassley will meet with Iowans in Columbus Junction, Donnellson, Burlington, Agency, Bloomfield, Keosauqua, Mount Pleasant, Lockridge, and Cedar Rapids during the first week of the Senate's August recess.



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      Alliant Energy to cycle appliances, and urges energy conservation




      Interstate Power and Light Co., an Alliant Energy company, announced today it will cycle air conditioners for participating customers in the southern and central zones of Iowa.

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      MACC going tobacco-free





      The Moberly Area Community College Board of Trustees has approved a tobacco-free policy.



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      Meth suspects arrested in cemetery




      Four suspected meth cooks in Ft. Madison face felony drug charges after being arrested in a cemetery.



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      Nixon declares disaster from drought, heat







      Governor Jay Nixon has declared a statewide agriculture disaster opening the door for aid to drought-stricken farmers in Missouri.



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