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Casablanca shown as a remembrance of the end of WWII

The King Opera House in Albia will be showing “Casablanca,” considered one of the greatest films in American cinematography, to observe the 75th anniversary of the end of WWII in Europe. The movie will be shown Saturday, May 9 at 2 p.m. A freewill offering will be taken.

Indian Hills Inn damaged by smoke from dryer fire

Quick action by Indian Hills Inn owner Peter Greiner with an emergency fire hose helped limit damage to the hotel when a commercial dryer caught fire Monday night.

Posted: May 06, 2015
Process to convey land to Welcome Home Soldier Monument comes into question

County Attorney, John Pabst, said he believed “everything was done in good faith, but the process was not properly executed,” in reference to the Welcome Home Soldier Memorial at a recent meeting of the Board of Supervisors. That lack of proper, legal process is the reason there will be a public ...

Posted: May 01, 2015
City-wide clean-up set for week of May 4-8

City Wide Clean Up dates will be May 4-8. All items must be on the curb by the morning of Monday, May 4. Once the collectors have passed a property, there will not be a return trip to that area.

Posted: April 24, 2015
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Albia boys fly to first place at home

On a perfect night for a track meet, the Albia boys track team came in with a nearly perfect performance, winning the meet with 201 points over Davis County, 158, Chariton, Tri-County and Moravia.

Posted: May 06, 2015
Medley relay smashes record

On Thursday, Albia hosted their seventh annual track meet in beautiful conditions. In front of the home fans, the Lady Dees track and field team put on an impressive performance en route to a second place finish. Davis County was the team champion, while Chariton was third, Moravia fourth, and Tr...

Posted: May 06, 2015
Albia boys win at Davis County Relays

The Albia Blue Demon track team put on another dominating performance Tuesday, winning the Davis County Relays with 131 points, beating Mount Pleasant (123) and Oskaloosa (117). Davis County finished third with 100, Fort Madison had 49, Centerville 30 and Scotland County, Mo. 2. Albia scored poin...

Posted: May 01, 2015
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