Water Works Board Passes Section 2 Water Conservation Ordinance

Osceola Water Works board recently approved an increase the water conservation ordinance to Section 2, addressing ongoing drought conditions throughout the community. This ordinance means further conservation efforts will be required from all Osceola Water Works customers.
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Clarke County Hospital Uses Telligen Community Initiative Funding to Support Health Education for Local High School Students

Clarke County Hospital’s “Grow Your Own” initiative recently received some support and encouragement through a generous donation from The Telligen Group out of Des Moines. In partnership with SWCC, CCH developed the program to offer Health Occupations and Certified Nursing Assistant classes to CCSD students.
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Osceola Water Works Launches EPA-Driven Research for Lead Water Lines

A recent EPA directive has started a research project by the team at Osceola Water Works, documenting lead water lines for future reduction. As data is gathered, strategies will be developed for the eventual replacement of lead water lines.
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Clarke’s New Superintendent: Committed to Collaboration and Growth

As the new school year prepares to kick off, The Clarke Community School District will be under new leadership. Mr. DeVore, the new Clarke Superintendent, officially took the helm for the district in the first week of July and is already making big progress.

Being the first Clarke Superintendent to take up residence in the community in more than a decade, the signs of commitment and longevity have quickly been established.

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