Bethany Carson

03/20/2019 - 2:53pm
At the Clarksville council meeting Monday evening, housing rehab, the emerald ash borer, a tractor for the cemetery, relocation of city hall and Jendro Sanitation rates were discussed.      Bids were approved for the next three houses in the housing rehab project on Jefferson, Traer and Main St. The low bid, approved in each case, was C&R Construction out of Central City...
03/20/2019 - 2:48pm
At the Clarksville council meeting Monday evening, tree removal for ash trees due to the emerald ash borer was discussed.      So far, the city’s plan has been to take out the ash trees as they die. The tree committee has concerns that now, three years in, trees will be starting to die too fast. In many towns, once the...
03/20/2019 - 2:33pm
I’ve served with Allison EMS for the last four years.      Our community is in desperate need of dedicated EMS personnel, and since I have the training it only seems right that I give back to the community.      Best part? The people, both on the crew and the patients we serve. Most challenging? Doing...
03/20/2019 - 2:27pm
How long have you served on the crew?       I began as a driver in June of 2017 when I moved to town and became licensed as an EMT soon after in April of 2018.       Why is it important to you to serve the community?       It is important for me to serve the community...
03/20/2019 - 1:54pm
     There’s no one who works harder to make North Butler Elementary a welcoming place than the school’s own superheroes, The Wonder Twins.      Mary Uhlenhopp has worked as a custodian at the school for 38 years, and Kristi Anderson for nearly 12 years. Anderson has also served as an associate since...
03/20/2019 - 1:43pm
“Who likes prizes?” asked Clarksville school counselor Tonya Poppe at the Butter Braid fundraiser kickoff last Tuesday.      Hands went up everywhere, and dinosaurs revealed this year’s prizes. This year, the class that sells the most butter braids will enjoy a class splashpad trip in warmer weather.  ...
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