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Supreme Court upholds verdict in Appanoose County murder case

The Iowa Supreme Court has denied the appeal of a man found guilty of brutally murdering a hunter in Appanoose County. Ethan Davis of Promise City was found guilty of first-degree murder in a random attack on hunter Curtis Ross. Ross’s body was found in a public hunting area the Saturday after Thanksgiving in 2017, he had been shot and stabbed several times. Evidence at Davis’ trial linked him to the gun used to kill Ross, and testimony indicated he was upset about visitation rights for his son.
APPANOOSE COUNTY, IA
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Berlau Will Remain As CCSD Superintendent; Responds To Public On Investigation In Admin. Bullying Complaints

Superintendent, Dr. Casey Berlau, will remain at the helm of the Carroll Community School District (CCSD) for the 2022/23 school year. Last week, the Centerville Community School District announced Berlau was one of four finalists in their search for a new lead administrator, but the position was offered to North Hill Elementary Principal, Mark Taylor. Centerville’s search for a new superintendent began in March when their current superintendent announced his plans to retire at the end of the current fiscal year. Berlau, who has been with CCSD since 2019, says his interest in the position was the result of wanting to be closer to family in that part of the state.
CARROLL, IA
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Caleb in waiting: No debut for Kilian next week, says Ross

CINCINNATI — The Caleb Kilian hype train might be at full steam. But the Caleb Kilian arrival might not be as imminent as some of those waiting might think. The big right-hander with the power stuff and the dominant start to the season at Triple-A Iowa is not in the discussion for a major-league debut to start one of Monday’s doubleheader games, or for later in the week, manager David Ross said Thursday.
CHICAGO, IL
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Kayakers Find A Lost Dog In The River And Bring Her Back To Shore

There are a variety of reasons why a dog may miss its home, but in the United States, the 4th of July appears to be a nightmare for animals due to pyrotechnics, with many ending up lost. Fortunately, a crew of kayaks came to their rescue. They located a missing puppy in time and were able to securely return her home.
CENTERVILLE, IA
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CWD Ambassador program to hold more sessions

Iowa State University Extension and the DNR are offering more sessions of a program called Chronic Wasting Disease Ambassadors. Chris Janke with ISU Extension oversees the program. “The idea here is that we can take people that are already may be interested in deer are interested in the management of chronic wasting disease, and equip them with the technical knowledge and skills that they really need to sort of take their education and advocacy in their community to the next level, to try to help us sort of build this broad coalition to address the challenge that chronic wasting disease poses,” Janke says.
WAYNE COUNTY, IA
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Celebration of Life: Larry Don Sell

A celebration of life for Unionville resident Larry Don Sell will be on May 28th at 11 a.m. at the Unionville United Methodist Church. Inurnment will be at the Unionville Cemetery. Visitation starts May 28th at 9:30 in the morning. Larry Sell died May 9th at the University of Missouri...
UNIONVILLE, MO
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Van Meter girls soccer is a family affair, girls golf heads to state

The Van Meter girls soccer team is continuing its postseason run after knocking out Chariton and Centerville during the first two regional rounds, however some might notice something unusual if they take a look at the Bulldogs’ roster. Van Meter’s varsity roster has four sets of siblings on the...
VAN METER, IA
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Obituary & Services: David (Dave) Lawrence Niemeyer

David (Dave) Lawrence Niemeyer, age 76 of Mercer, MO, passed away on May 21, 2022. Dave was born June 21, 1945, in Washington, MO, the youngest of three children born to Wesley and Edna (Hackmann) Niemeyer. He was baptized in 1945 and confirmed in 1959, in the Holstein United Church of Christ. Dave attended elementary school in Holstein, MO, and high school in Warrenton, MO, where he enjoyed playing sports, particularly baseball and basketball. He served in the Army National Guard for 8 years following high school.
MERCER, MO
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Gary M. Lande

Services for Gary M. Lande will be Tuesday, May 31st at 12:00pm at the Pierschbacher Funeral Home in Chariton. Family will receive friends prior to the service, from 10:00-noon at the funeral home. Burial will be at Fry Hill Cemetery. Memorials may be directed to the Lucas Volunteer Fire Department or Fry Hill Cemetery.
CHARITON, IA
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Chronic Wasting Disease Ambassador program set for more sessions

(Radio Iowa) – Iowa State University Extension and the D-N-R are offering more sessions of a program called Chronic Wasting Disease Ambassadors. I-S-U Extension’s, Chris Janke, oversees the program. “The idea here is that we can take people that are already may be interested in deer are interested in the management of chronic wasting disease, and equip them with the technical knowledge and skills that they really need to sort of take their education and advocacy in their community to the next level, to try to help us sort of build this broad coalition to address the challenge that chronic wasting disease poses,” Janke says. He says one of the sessions will be in Wayne County.
WAYNE COUNTY, IA
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Knoxville Baseball Sweeps Chariton; Softball Opens Up At Oskaloosa Tonight

While it was not pretty, the Knoxville Baseball Squad took two from Chariton on Monday night to open up South Central Conference play. The Panthers won game one 7-4 in eight innings. Luke Spaur got the win with Niko Lacona earning his first career varsity save. The Panthers had a little easier time of it in the nightcap with an 8-0 shut out. Dakota Ramsey earned the win in game two. Knoxville improves to 3-2 on the season and begins conference play 2-0. The Panthers are on the road to Davis County on Wednesday. The team that plays on the south side of Panther Drive will begin its 2022 season with high hopes for a conference title and a deep run in the regionals. Nearly everyone is back from a 22-9 season for the Knoxville Softball Squad, and Coach Carla Smith tells KNIA/KRLS Sports opponent number one is Oskaloosa and the Indians will give her team a challenge especially at the plate, something that has to improve to make their goals realized.
KNOXVILLE, IA
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