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TBT: Tracks across the golf course - Daily Iowegian
The trolley system in Appanoose County included streetcars which conveyed riders to and from areas within the city, and interurbans which moved people from town to town (Centerville to Mystic or Centerville to Moravia), making stops along the way.
Harrison Ford injured in small Los Angeles plane crash - Daily Iowegian
While it might've appeared to be some sort of stunt gone wrong, Indiana Jones actor Harrison Ford's small plane crash at a California golf course on Thursday wasn't done for show. According to reports, the 72-year-old actor's World War 2-era training plane ...
Historic Second Baptist Church to feature Burrel Browns performance - Daily Iowegian
The guest soloist for the Historic Second Baptist Church for March 2015 is going to be Burrel Browns. Browns worked for years and then later purchased Bratz Studio. Browns then owned and operated that business for many years. He has served as lay pastor ...
Violinist to present three orchestra concerts, two recitals - Daily Iowegian
With support from South Ottumwa Savings Bank, Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra is proud to present violinist Jessica Fellows as artist in residence for 2015. Fellows will perform for more than 20 school, community and service groups throughout Southeast ...
IHCC to host recital at Ottumwa campus - Daily Iowegian
OTTUMWA — Vocalist Edward Corpus will present a recital at Indian Hills Community College on Sunday, March 8 at 3 p.m. in St. John Auditorium on the Ottumwa campus. Accompanying Corpus will be pianist Anna Lackaff. The recital is free and open to the public.
Blood donations will save more than 100 - Daily Iowegian
Blood donations will save more than 100 Submitted by Rose Cunningham Chairperson for Centerville Blood Drive The Daily Iowegian A total of 52 people registered to donate blood and 35 units of blood were collected at the recent Centerville Community blood ...
Friends of Drake Library discuss fundraisers - Daily Iowegian
The Friends of the Drake Library met for their February meeting. Memberships are up, sponsorships are too. The Friends are grateful to the loyal supporters. Discussions were held and a few actions were passed including reviewing the Summer Reading Program ...
Vittetoe to speak at Fairview Church March 8 - Daily Iowegian
Leading people to know the Lord and understand His word is a calling that takes followers around the world. A special young woman with local roots has taken on the role of teacher, friend, pastor and caregiver through her mission work far away in Tanzania.
Community Bible class to be offered - Daily Iowegian
A community Bible class titled “Culture Shock – Responding to Today’s Most Controversial Issues” will be offered beginning Thursday, March 19. This six-part group study from Chip Ingram will help you learn how to respond with love, even in the face ...
Appanoose County Weekly Meals menu - Daily Iowegian
Appanoose County Weekly Meals is an ecumenical/community organization that provides a free meal and fellowship on Monday evenings from 5-6 p.m. at Faith United Methodist Church on Highway 5 north of John Deere. The menu will be chicken pot pie casserole ...
CHS wins $1,000 in Financial Literacy Challenge - Daily Iowegian
WEST DES MOINES — Students from across the state demonstrated their grasp of financial concepts and many won their school $1,000 in the process. Iowa Student Loan, in partnership with the Iowa Department of Education, the Iowa Jump$tart Coalition, Junior ...
Jerry McIntyre … A musically talented handyman - Daily Iowegian
He’s much more than just a devoted husband, father and grandfather. Jerry McIntyre and lovely wife Debbie, or Deb as friends call her, live in a beautiful home with a spectacular view a few miles north of tiny Plano, Iowa. Born and raised near Reinbeck ...
Mowing contract put on hold - Daily Iowegian
EXLINE — The Exline City Council during its regular meeting Tuesday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m. decided to wait until mowing season to consider Selix Mowing's bid of $175 per mowing of the city parks. Under old business it was decided the ...
Legalize fireworks? - Daily Iowegian
The Daily Iowegian will publish an editorial Question of the Week on the Opinion page. The Iowegian wants readers to think about the possibility fireworks will be sold legally in Iowa. So, the question of the week is, “Would you support the Legislature ...
Time may be right for videogame streaming - Daily Iowegian
If the volume of the screams and cheers for Nvidia's new Shield video-game console is any indication, the era of Sony and Microsoft's dominance over the living room is in jeopardy. The audience attending the event in San Francisco on Tuesday night ...