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Charles Ralph Turner - Daily Iowegian
Charles Ralph Turner, 78, of Moravia, passed away Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015 at his home. He was born March 18, 1937 in Centerville, the son of Bert Alonzo and Dorothy (Broshar) Turner. Charlie graduated from Moravia High School in 1955. He later earned his ...
Ruth Matheny - Daily Iowegian
Ruth Matheny, 75, of Exline, passed away on Oct. 9, 2015 at her home surrounded by her family. Ruth was born to David and Ruth (Vandemark) Solasberry in Aurora, Illinois on Aug. 12, 1940. She received her GED. Ruth married John Matheny on May 25, 1990.
David North - Daily Iowegian
Dr. David Earl North, 71, of 705 E. Alta Vista, Ottumwa, died at 7:26 a.m. Oct. 11, 2015 at Ottumwa Regional Health Center. He was born June 5, 1944 in Rochester, Indiana to Henry Frank Aiden and Virginia Dare Long North. He married Sheryl Lee Anderson Dec ...
Mainstreet-Centerville celebrates Homecoming - Daily Iowegian
Mainstreet-Centerville kicked off its week of Big Red Fun with a 5K walk/run at Centerville's reservoir Wednesday, Oct. 7. Homecoming activities continued Thursday morning with a best-ball golf tournament at The Manhattan Golf Club. The events were part of ...
Gas soars nearly 18 cents per gallon last week - Daily Iowegian
Oct. 12 — Average retail gasoline prices in Iowa have risen 17.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.52/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 2,036 gas outlets in Iowa. This compares with the national average that has increased ...
Iowa caucuses continue to earn their 'first-in-the-nation' status - Daily Iowegian
As the chairs of the Republican Party of Iowa and the Iowa Democratic Party, respectively, there is not much that we agree on. But when it comes to the Iowa caucuses, we stand united. Every four years, we hear the same old refrain from caucus detractors ...
Take charge of your breast health - Daily Iowegian
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the second most common cancer among American women. Men are also susceptible to breast cancer, but it is not as common. For every 100 diagnoses of the disease, less than one occurs in men.
In California, a right to die - Daily Iowegian
Imagine looking in a mirror and seeing the target of the euthanasia movement. This is exactly why people with disabilities justifiably fear California Gov. Jerry "Moonbeam" Brown signing into law the Physician Assisted Suicide bill. Imagine a 47-year-old ...
Take a stand for life, America - Daily Iowegian
We are living in a fast paced society. Our great nation is at a crossroads. Many people have forgotten God and are ripping apart this country's religious fabric. The time has come in America for Christians to take a stand and keep standing for life against ...
The long, strange saga of Harry Reid and the exercise band - Daily Iowegian
WASHINGTON - More than 10 months ago, Sen. Harry Reid's life changed forever. The Nevada Democrat and Senate minority leader was exercising in his home with an elastic band when it snapped, throwing him into cabinets, causing him to lose sight in his right ...
Lewis takes 9th at home meet - Daily Iowegian
A few hundred runners competed at the Manhattan Golf Course on Tuesday in the annual Centerville Cross Country Invitational. Centerville’s Emily Lewis took ninth place in the high school girls’ varsity race and was the highest finishing local athlete ...
Leona M. Stock - Daily Iowegian
Leona M. Stock, 77, of LeClaire, Iowa, formerly of Centerville, Iowa, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 at her daughter’s home. Leona was raised by her Aunt and Uncle, Carl and Nora Fenton of Jerome, Iowa. She graduated from Mystic Public High School ...
Harmony Central Chorus to appear in Centerville - Daily Iowegian
Harmony Central Chorus of Des Moines is an extraordinary group of women who gather together in celebration of an art form known as barbershop music. They are Central Iowa's premier women's chorus and will be presenting their show at Simon Estes Auditorium ...
Sweets, gossip and coffee at City Hall - Daily Iowegian
The once a month traveling kaffee klatsch known by Webster's Dictionary as a time to gather and drink coffee and gossip found itself Wednesday morning at City Hall. These days gossip is more like conversation/reports, coffee isn't the only thing to drink ...
School board debates whether new member has conflict of interest - Daily Iowegian
Newly elected board member Brooke Johnson faced concerns that her position as a substitute teacher in the Centerville District was a possible conflict of interest during the board's Sept. 28 meeting. A majority of the board ultimately decided that Johnson ...