Bethany Carson

02/13/2019 - 11:42am
     For over 30 years, Dennis Jungling has provided insurance to Butler County residents and Iowans across the state through Farm Bureau Financial Services on Main Street in Allison. Jungling works alongside his wife, sales associate Julie Jungling; sales associate Rhonda Reisinger; and crop specialist John Snyder.      Farm Bureau Financial Services offers...
01/31/2019 - 11:46am
Whether your puppy has ever needed a vaccination or your cow has ever needed surgery due to a displaced abomasum, chances are, if you’re a pet owner or livestock farmer in the Clarksville area, you’ve given Clarksville Veterinary Service at 806 S. Main St. a call.      Five veterinary doctors, Alan Van Arkel,...
01/31/2019 - 11:38am
Former Butler County EMA Coordinator Mitch Nordmeyer was a man who met the unexpected with strength and courage. It didn’t matter what hour of the day or night it was that disaster struck, he was there with boots on the ground to lend a helping hand. His passing at the age of 56 sent shock waves throughout Butler County.    ...
01/23/2019 - 11:40am
Have you ever struggled for hours trying to figure out what’s wrong when your computer won’t work? That’s where Butler County Computers steps in. Repairman Roger Brown troubleshoots and fixes desktop and laptop computers, and offers network installation, data recovery, printer repair and off-site backup services. Butler County...
01/23/2019 - 11:32am
Creating barn quilts and decorative signs is more a passion than a job for The Crafty Quilter Karmella Heuer of Clarksville.      Heuer enjoys seeing barn quilts as she drives through the countryside, and two years ago she decided to take a class to learn how to create them. Before long, she was making—and selling—...
01/23/2019 - 11:27am
     For Clarksville junior high and senior high social studies teacher Bob Goeller, helping students learn critical thinking skills is a priority.      “You can tell when they understand, a light goes on. That never gets old,” Goeller said. “It’s pretty rewarding to see.”  ...
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