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05/22/2019 - 1:33pm
Allison      The Allison Amvet Post #88 Drill Team will parade at 9 a.m. Monday, May 27 on Main St., followed by a service at the school auditorium. The service will include selections performed by the North Butler Middle School band, prayers by Pastor Craig Harris, a Memorial Day address from Keegan Birkecht or Retrieving Freedom, and a song by Brooklyn Wix and Jordon...
05/22/2019 - 1:22pm
On May 15th, students from Clarksville High School visited University of Iowa Health Care to donate handmade wooden boxes, part of an annual class project. These wooden boxes are utilized by the UI Stead Family Children’s Hospital Child Life team and given to pediatric patient families to store memorabilia of their child’s medical...
05/22/2019 - 1:18pm
Clarksville Girls basketball coach Ross Timmermans was presented with the E. Wayne Cooley “You Can Award” given by the Iowa Girls Coaches Association in honor of the longtime Executive Secretary of the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union, E. Wayne Cooley.      The Coaches award recognizes coaches who are...
05/22/2019 - 1:12pm
Iowa had a record 2,326 new business filings in April, besting the 2,204 filings in March of last year. The state is also on track to hit a new record for business filings per annum, according to information released May 9 by the office of Secretary of State Paul Pate. Over 20,000 filings have been made since last July 1. And with statewide growth...
05/22/2019 - 1:05pm
The Butler County Conservation Board met at the Nature Center at Heery Woods near Clarksville on Wednesday, May 7. Tom Hazelton, CEO of the Iowa County Conservation System, gave a presentation on the history of county conservation and the extent of its impact today.      Young and old alike have many wonderful memories of...
05/22/2019 - 1:00pm
“We may not have it all together; but together we have it all,” is the 2019 Graduating Class motto.      Seniors marched in to an arrangement of Pomp and Circumstance, and Principal Keith Reuter welcomed the 21 members of the 122nd Clarksville High School Graduating Class.      “I’d...
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