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Burlington Trailways
210 W Main St - (call (641) 683-4154)
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AMTRAK DEPOT 210 W MAIN ST Ottumwa, IA 52501 - (call 641-682-2009)
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Ottumwa Iowa Bus Related News
08 2014 - Community asked to combat abuse
OTTUMWA — Victims of domestic violence are not alone. But there have been changes to how services are delivered. As it has for 35 years, the Ottumwa agency now called the Crisis Center and Women’s Shelter/Rural Domestic Abuse Program stands ready to
06 2014 - Area bus drivers attend conference
OTTUMWA — Bus drivers from 15 area school districts filled the theater seats at Bridge View Center for a conference that taught them techniques on how to handle a rowdy bus environment. "The environment of the bus is things that take place on the bus
06 2014 - Bus drivers learn new safety measures for start of school year
Over 130 bus drivers from 15 different school districts gathered for a safety presentation from Dr. Nancy Blackwelder on Wednesday in Ottumwa.
06 2014 - Bus ads raise money, look good
OTTUMWA — No word on whether advertising fees need to be in exact change. But if the city transit boss has his way, even empty buses will start bringing in cash. David Silverio told the Ottumwa City Council that city buses can generate revenue as rol
June 29 2014 - Slideshow: Balloon races
Ottumwa Transit No.1 on list OTTUMWA — It's a big turnaround: Ottumwa residents are now being told that their bus service is one of the best in the state. Three years ago, officials wondered if they'd be able to keep the doors open.
June 29 2014 - Volunteers are raising U.S. flags around Ottumwa
OTTUMWA --- Boy Scouts, Girls Scouts, business owners, teachers, both veterans and civilians, both family friends and strangers. Larry the Flag Man Eckhardt estimated more than 200 Ottumwa residents came to help line the funeral procession route with
June 29 2014 - Not guilty pleas in drug case
OTTUMWA — All three of the Ottumwa men accused in a major drug bust have pleaded not guilty. Brian Rork, Jose Inocencio and Jorge Lugo-Gomez (listed as Jorge Gomez in Iowa’s online court records) face various drug charges after multiple agencies carr
June 27 2014 - Ottumwa Transit No.1 on list
OTTUMWA — It's a big turnaround: Ottumwa residents are now being told that their bus service is one of the best in the state. Three years ago, officials wondered if they'd be able to keep the doors open. "I'm elated," said Robert Lapointe, chair of t
May 29 2014 - Falcons Booker, Green earn ICCAC honors
OTTUMWA — Indian Hills Community College has both the top player and the best pitcher in the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference this week. Falcons’ outfielder Joel Booker, a sophomore from Columbus, N.C., won Player of the Week honors after g
March 17 2014 - Preparing for the worst
OTTUMWA — A quick glance at the scene at Indian Hills North Campus this weekend may have looked like a horrible traffic accident. A bus was turned on its side and cars were crushed under semi trucks. But the sounds of laughter and instruction soon ca
March 12 2014 - Fights continues against proposed Davis County hog farms
OTTUMWA — Land owners in northwest Davis County are continuing to apply pressure of an Illinois agribusiness owner not to build confinement hog farms in their neighborhood. Ron Thomas of Unionville is selling property to Parks Finishing of Oakwood, I
March 08 2014 - Big changes in store for Ottumwa Transit
OTTUMWA — At Tuesday’s meeting of the Ottumwa City Council, Transit Director Dave Silverio said there are some pretty significant changes coming to the city’s transit services and community members need to take notice. Silverio said that the main cha
February 19 2014 - 'Warrior Fan Bus' refund available
OTTUMWA — Due to both Iowa Western and Moberly having to forfeit their next two games, fans that were planning to travel to watch the top-ranked Indian Hills basketball games at both road games will receive a refund. Fans who paid to ride on the "War
February 02 2014 - Ottumwans give input on two street projects
OTTUMWA — Two public information meetings held this week have garnered quite a bit of discussion — and concern — about traffic and businesses in north and downtown Ottumwa. On Thursday, Public Works Director Larry Seals and City Engineer Dan Sturm me
December 19 2013 - Ottumwa firefighters serve food, bus tables for charity
All the tips they collect will go to support the fire department's Operation Sparky Claus program.
December 11 2013 - Food driving for the Lord's Cupboard
OTTUMWA — Ottumwa Transit is putting a spin on what you would think of when hearing “food drive.” Instead of the classic way to get food donations, Ottumwa Transit is taking food drive a little more literally. No, the food is not driving, but there w
December 10 2013 - Man with gun captured
OTTUMWA — Police Chief Tom McAndrew reports his officers tackled a man who they allege was illegally carrying a gun over the weekend. Around 3:44 a.m. Sunday, Ottumwa Police officers responded to a report of a verbal argument. The call was from a bus
November 01 2013 - North campus groundbreaking
OTTUMWA -- Construction has begun on a project on the Indian Hills Community College North Campus that represents a unique partnership aiming to strengthen the economy in the college's 10-county area. A Regional Business Incubator, designed to serve
October 29 2013 - Donation to Crisis Center & Women's Shelter
ORHA donated The Ottumwa Regional Hospital Auxiliary has donated $10,000 to the Crisis Center & Women's Shelter to assist in housing victims in emergency shelter or for permanent housing. The Rural Domestic Abuse Project serves 11 counties in south c
October 11 2013 - School bus strike avoided
OTTUMWA — Kids continue to see the yellow school buses pick them up. But many parents know about talk of a possible "disruption in service" and that negotiations between the bus drivers' union and the bus company had stalled. "We have come to an agre
October 27 2013 - Another road sweep for SWCC
NORFOLK, Neb. — After a Tuesday night trip east to Ottumwa for a 3-0 win over Indian Hills, the Southwestern volleyball bus headed west Wednesday for another nonconference matchup at Northeast Nebraska.


 
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