Pat Racette

10/29/2014 - 3:51pm
Cutting staff salaries seemed to be the consensus to solving North Butler’s budget woes Monday. In the board of education’s second community meeting, Greene and Allison community members joined together at North Butler Middle School auditorium. With a -$213,000 budget spending authority after fiscal year 2013, the district is preparing for a Corrective Action Plan on Nov. 14....
10/16/2014 - 9:21am
North Linn FFA will be handing out flowers for free Sunday. After straight-line winds, tornadoes and hail devastated the city of Clarksville, the club decided to hold this year’s Perennials for People service project at Pioneer Park (just east of City Hall) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. “Having lived and taught in Parkersburg, and...
10/10/2014 - 12:28pm
Clarksville Elementary staff and students walked around the track for 30 minutes Tuesday, taking part in the sixth annual Live Healthy Iowa Fall Fitness Day. A total of 185 took part in the state event to promote physical activity as a part of a healthy lifestyle. P.E. teacher Vernette Salge signed the group up, after students and staff...
10/10/2014 - 11:46am
Two months after closing down as the only restaurant in Allison, Wink’s Diner is going to try again. They are reopening on Wednesday, Oct. 15, at 6 a.m. Head cook Zach Winkowitsch and his dad, Steve, will be running the business, with Zach’s uncle, Dennis, leasing the property. All will stay the same as before at the diner, with...
10/02/2014 - 9:49am
Physical therapists Teresa and Mike Negen and Amy Wubbena are parting ways with Northern Iowa Therapy to begin their own business, called Opportunity Therapy. Everything will remain the same, except the name at 103 South Main St. Partnering with Northern Iowa Therapy in Clarksville three years ago, the Negens served other Northern Iowa Therapy...
10/02/2014 - 9:45am
A lot of Clarksville local racers and an idea for an event brought together over 50 children and adults for the first annual Race and Read program at the Clarksville Public Library last Wednesday. Lining up three stock cars in front of the library, area drivers Justin Wedeking, Edward Johnson, Phil Barnett and Jeremy Johnson hung out, lifted...
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