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The federal Environmental Protection Agency has reached a settlement that requires a kosher meat processing plant in northeastern Iowa to pay a $43,000 penalty. The EPA says Agri Star Meat & Poultry, of Postville, Iowa, agreed to the settlement to resolve industrial stormwater violations of the federal Clean Water Act discovered last year. Comment?
First responders from nine different departments responded to State Highway 51 about one mile north of Postville just after 4 p.m. Sunday. The Allamakee County Sheriff's Office says Michael Duffield Junior from Postivlle was driving north when he crossed the center line and went into the ditch. Comment?
Six communities in Iowa are receiving recognition for fluoridation, which means each town's water supply has maintained a certain amount of fluoride over the past 50 years. On Tuesday, the Iowa Department of Public Health recognized the community water systems in Postville, Eldora, Elk Horn, Clinton, Lake Mills and Lake City. Comment?
The Postville school superintendent in northeast Iowa says two sixth-graders have been suspended for shooting airsoft guns at five classmates. Superintendent Abe Maske said Tuesday that none of the five suffered serious injuries from the plastic pellets fired Monday afternoon outside the kindergarten-through-sixth-grade building after lunch. Comment?
The U.S. Attorney's Office denied that it improperly interfered in the sale of the Agriprocessors plant in Postville or presented false testimony at sentencing. Rubashkin contends prosecutors threatened buyers they would seize the plant if Rubashkin's father had a role in its operations. Comment?
Dozens of former judges, prosecutors and law professors signed a letter, showing their support for a former executive at the kosher meat packing plant in Postville. Federal agents escort Sholom Rubashkin, former manager of the Agriprocessors plant in Postville, into Federal Court for his initial appearance in Cedar Rapids on Thursday, Oct. 30, 2008. Comment?
Attorneys for imprisoned kosher meatpacking executive Sholom Rubashkin say they have found "overwhelming evidence" of prosecutorial misconduct that proves his 27-year prison sentence for money laundering is too harsh. Rubashkin's attorneys filed newly obtained notes from a key meeting of government officials and legal affidavits Monday alleging prosecutors improperly interfered with the sale of Agriprocessors in Postville, Iowa, which was the nation's biggest kosher meat plant. Comment?
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