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Weather related announcements for Tuesday, Jan. 26:... [Read More]
Forty-five words that were first written with a quill pen 230 years ago form what may be the most consequential sentence in United States history. [Read More]
Monday's winter storm did more than create a snow day in the Ottumwa School District; it also postponed Monday's school board meeting to 6 p.m.... [Read More]
There were no new coronavirus deaths reported by the Iowa Department of Public Health Monday. [Read More]
An attorney for Rita Hart said Monday the campaign is "very confident" its election challenge will prevail and the Clinton County Democrat will ultimately assume... [Read More]
Friday is the last day for Ottumwa residents to renew dog licenses without penalty. [Read More]
Winter weather announcements for Monday, Jan. 25:... [Read More]
History was being made by the Ottumwa High School wrestling team on Saturday in two different cities. [Read More]
No one will be able to forget Kevin Kretz's final day competing at Mike McWilliams Pool. [Read More]
The City of Ottumwa's Snow Emergency Ordinance will be placed into effect beginning Monday, Jan. 25 at 6 a.m. [Read More]
There were 847 more coronavirus cases in Iowa on Sunday morning than there was the day before, according to new state data. [Read More]
The president of the European Council vowed Sunday to make drug companies fulfill their vaccine contracts with EU countries, but acknowledged it will be hard... [Read More]
Blake Chance led a balanced scoring effort for the Blue Demons with 17 points as Albia pulled away in the second half to secure an... [Read More]
Iowa reported another 1,368 new cases of the coronavirus, and added nine deaths to its COVID-19 data dashboard. [Read More]
On Tuesday, voters of the 41st State Senate district will head to the polls for a special election to fill the vacancy caused by Mariannette... [Read More]
Ottumwa and ninth-ranked (4A) Des Moines Hoover entered Friday night separated by the slimmest of margins in the CIML Metro boys basketball standings. [Read More]
The Ottumwa girls basketball have gone from a team desperately searching their first win to a team that can even its overall record early next... [Read More]
John Swanson wants his team to stay hungry this season. [Read More]
Mary Stewart lost an election for the State Senate District 41 seat two years ago by 808 votes, but she's back again after winning her... [Read More]
The Cardinal Community School District's mental health program began three years ago as essentially a bare-bones operation, nowhere near the level it needed to be... [Read More]
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