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From Our Files: Sept. 27, 2012

September 27, 2012
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Sept. 27, 2002

NEWS: A building that once served as a tack barn for the U.S. Post Office was moved to the Fort Museum to be used as a tinsmith shop.

SPORTS: Mitchell Griffith, of Webster City, won the Hobby Stock National's 40-lap feature at the Hamilton County Speedway.

Sept. 27, 1987

NEWS: The Marshall Center School, near Laurens, was chosen to represent all of Iowa's rural schools by going on permanent display at the University of Northern Iowa.

SPORTS: Iowa Central finished with a 4-1 match record to win the Iowa Lakes volleyball invitational.

Sept. 27, 1962

NEWS: Nearly 600 people attended "Dr. McVay Day" in honor of Dr. M.J. McVay's 50 years of medical service in Lake City.

SPORTS: Leo Tabat had the high individual game in the Dodger Clowns bowling league with 242.



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