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Blendos League Results

Week 10 and First Round Playoff Results of League A and B in the Blendos Summer League. Week 10 League A Results (July 24-25) Integrated Chiropractic 53, The Copper Fox 50: Damian Zimmer (I) 14 points, 11 rebounds, 4 steals, 2 assists; Jon Robbins (C) 13 points, 5 assists, 2 rebounds, 2 steals.  Tino’s Pizza / Red Jug Pub 103, Steenland MFG 71: Waleed Farid (T) 29 points, 13 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals, 2 blocks; Dave Bliss (S) 16 points, 7 rebounds, 1 steal.  DL Baker Contracting 82, Taggart Electric 50: Matt Miller (D) 20 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block, 1 steal; Scott…
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Notes from City Hall

Elevated Levels of Lead Discovered in Drinking Water in Some City Homes While conducting routine testing of 60 city households, seven households were discovered to have elevated levels of lead in their drinking water. DPW Commissioner Anthony “Skip” Scirocco sought to assure residents that the exceedance occurred in a small number of homes with lead plumbing fixtures and that the city’s municipal water supply does not contain lead. “First and foremost, the water supplied to the city is safe and free of lead,” Scirocco said. Both of the city’s public water sources at the Water Trea…
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Softball club designed for success

OTTUMWA – Amy Spurgeon and Joe VandenBerg hope the new Ottumwa Edge Softball Club will eventually produce a high school softball state champion. “We’ve been really close the last couple of years,” VandenBerg said. The Ottumwa Edge girls softball team is in its fourth year, Spurgeon said, but instead of remaining one of several individual teams in Ottumwa, the Edge approached the other local teams about uniting under one umbrella. “Different coaches have different strengths,” said Spurgeon. “So we decided to go ahead and make a club.” Formerly each team’s coaches taught on th…
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No more roughing it with Glamping in Bourbon County

PARIS, Ky.(WKYT)- During the summer folks in Kentucky flock to the great outdoors to enjoy all the state has to offer. A new report this week released by the Kentucky Department of Tourism says the economic impact of outdoor recreation in the state was nearly $13 billion last year. Here in Kentucky there is a new option helping add to that impact, it’s a new way to experience glamour in the great outdoors! Camping is a tradition for many, complete with the tent, cooking by the campfire and well, no indoor plumbing. If you don’t like the “roughing” it part, then Glamping might be for you! “Gla…
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 Posted on : August 4, 2017
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