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Apple to hold Sept. 9 event to unveil latest iPhone designs - Daily Iowegian
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple has sent invitations to an event on Sept. 9 in San Francisco, where it's expected to unveil the latest iPhone, a new Apple TV set-top box and other updated products. "Hey Siri, give us a hint," reads the invitation to the event at the ...
Iowa Trust and Savings Bank donates $10,000 to Rathbun Lake Area YMCA - Daily Iowegian
Jeff Young, chairman of the board of Iowa Trust and Savings Bank, presented a check for $10,000 to Kelley Steubs, membership/trainer at Rathbun Lake Area YMCA, Peggy Johnson, executive director of Rathbun Lake Area YMCA and Mike Craver, board president of ...
Centerville is new Main Street Iowa Community - Daily Iowegian
WEST DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad Thursday announced that two Iowa communities were selected to join the Main Street Iowa program: Centerville and Grundy Center. The announcement was made during the opening session of the Iowa Downtown Summit in West ...
Seymour trumps Tri-County in opener - Daily Iowegian
THORNBURG — The Seymour Warriors started the 2015 football campaign last Friday in what is dubbed around the state as “week zero.” And they did so with a 24-0 trump of the Tri-County Trojans. Three touchdowns came on the ground, scored by Luke ...
Falcons lose seven seniors off 7-3 year - Daily Iowegian
The Wayne Falcons went 7-3 last year but lost seven seniors that will leave holes in some important positions. Seniors Trent Moore, Keyton Nickell, Carson Kiefer, Blayde Baker and Dakotta Lovett lead the list of the 12 returning players to the squad this year.
New coach sees 12 return to gridiron - Daily Iowegian
The Seymour Warriors will welcome a new coach in Trevor Hunt this season, a year after the squad went 1-8 and graduated four seniors. Seymour sees a total of 12 return to the squad, with four of them seniors, this season. Luke Merritt, Nick Howell ...
Wayne continues numbers growth this year - Daily Iowegian
Numbers continue to look better and better for the Wayne Falcons cross country squad. After graduating just two seniors last season, third year head coach Rebecca Roberts will see a fuller roster, but a young one. “We have been slowly building our ...
Warriorettes return 12 after .500 season - Daily Iowegian
The Seymour Warriorettes will have 12 returning athletes to help fill the holes that were left with the graduation of two athletes after last season. Seymour finished at 12-12 overall last year and brings back several from that performance with another ...
Redettes return experience, hope to break post-season winless drought - Daily Iowegian
The Centerville Redettes have big goals in sight for the 2015 volleyball season. They bring a senior class of seven athletes to the nets this fall with a team that overall, is almost exclusively upperclassmen. The Redettes are looking to rebound from last ...
VB ROUNDUP: Redettes off to perfect start - Daily Iowegian
WAYLAND — The Centerville Redettes took a trip to Wayland on Monday to start their season, and they came away with four wins and a championship. Just one night into the season, the Centerville Redettes find themselves almost halfway to matching their 10 ...
Strong freshmen and returning runners makeup Centerville’s roster - Daily Iowegian
Overall numbers are a bit low for the Centerville Big Reds and Redettes cross country team. However some incoming freshmen should mix well with several returning athletes for this season. Each squad lost two seniors from their varsity level from the past year.
Experienced returners highlight Moravia’s roster - Daily Iowegian
The Moravia Mohawks lost five seniors to graduation, two of them their starting defensive ends. However, they return many experienced athletes in skilled positions. The squad is a senior-laden team, with most of those seniors bringing 2-3 years of varsity ...
Offensive leaders return for Big Reds - Daily Iowegian
Centerville’s starting quarterback, two leading receivers and several others return from last year’s Centerville Big Red football squad. Despite the large number returning, however, fith-year head coach Chuck Evans and his squad will need to fill holes ...
Walker: Clinton is wrong on gun control after TV shooting - Daily Iowegian
GREENFIELD (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker called Thursday for better mental health treatment in the wake of the Virginia shootings and dismissed Hillary Rodham Clinton's call for tighter gun control as a political response.
Obama walks New Orleans streets, says city 'moving forward' - Daily Iowegian
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Walking door to door on the streets of a city reborn after tragedy, President Barack Obama says New Orleans is "moving forward" a decade after Hurricane Katrina dealt a devastating blow. He offered the city as an example of what can ...