Bethany Carson

11/17/2017 - 1:36pm
A Clarksville resident, Wendy Brooks, asked the council at their November 6 meeting to consider changing or amending the city ordinance to allow fowl within the city limits of Clarksville.      “I know many people who do [have fowl]. I would like to, but can’t intentionally do something I know is against the law,” Brooks said.      She...
11/10/2017 - 11:57am
The Allison Main Street has gained another business as Swenson Automotive Wash and Detailing claimed a spot adjacent to the Allison Café.      Bob Swenson has been in the detailing business for five years, working out of his home near the library. A month ago, he decided it was time to seize the opportunity for increased...
11/08/2017 - 4:15pm
Back to the 80s was the North Butler High School Musical this year, with a matinee performance for students on Thursday and showings for the public on Friday and Saturday evenings.      “I thought it was a very fun musical. I’m proud of the way the students performed,” said Vocal Music Director Joe Strong....
11/08/2017 - 12:44pm
Allison     According to unofficial election results from the Butler County Auditor, James Blockhus was elected as Allison Mayor with 60 votes last evening. There were six write-in votes for other residents.     Ron Davis retained his seat on the Allison Council with 58 votes. Write-in candidate Jodi Bangasser...
11/07/2017 - 10:35pm
According to unofficial election night results from the Butler County Auditor, Roger Doty and Diane Renning have retained their seats on the Clarksville City Council, and Todd Fails will fill the seat left by Travis Sterken, who chose not to seek re-election. Doty garnered 129 votes, Fails 125 votes and Renning 113 votes, while Kai Brost received...
11/07/2017 - 1:05pm
    ALLISON—A fire at 3:27 a.m. this morning destroyed a small storage building at a residence southeast of Allison. Siding was melted on one side of the house, and three dogs were killed by the blaze.     Butler County Emergency Management Coordinator Mitch Nordmeyer said the fire is believed to have been electrical...
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