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01/16/2019 - 11:44am
Walk into the Shell Rock Scoop on Cherry Street, and it’ll feel like you’re stepping into a 1950’s ice cream parlor, complete with checkered floors, the delightful smell of waffle cones baking, and the delectable temptation of delicious ice cream.      Jeff and Donna Busch, who own Riverview Café across the street, opened the ice cream shop on January...
01/16/2019 - 11:38am
Q: What do you teach?      A: I teach ninth grade physical science, grades 11 and 12 (chemistry, physics, and astronomy).      What have students in your class been learning this year?      The physics students are starting to plan a contraption for the engineering design contest. They...
01/16/2019 - 11:33am
Independent insurance agent Dave Harms of Allison continues a family tradition that started over a century ago when his grandfather, Bill Harms, started working as an agent for Farm Mutual Insurance.      “It’s been in the family for a long time,” Harms said.      He offers multi-peril crop...
01/16/2019 - 11:28am
At the Butler County Cattlemen’s Banquet Saturday in Parkersburg, Merle and Merna Schrage of Parkersburg were named Butler County Cattlemen’s Outstanding Cattlemen of the year.      Around 150 were in attendance at the banquet. A.L. Buseman Industries received the Cattlemen’s Service Award. Grand Champion...
01/09/2019 - 1:28pm
This article is based on a paper written by Jeff Eppley, graciously shared by the family, and edited for clarity by Clarksville Star staff.      Edwin “Bud” Eppley of Clarksville was drafted into the U.S. Army on June 23, 1944 and served until his honorable discharge on February 28, 1946.      He...
01/09/2019 - 1:19pm
Q: What do you teach?      A: High School classes: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Trigonometry/Pre-calculus, and Math Applications.      What have students in your class been learning this year?      We cover a lot of topics, but a main theme is using and creating functions, which are mathematical...
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