Pat Racette

10/16/2014 - 9:59am
An ordinance amending the Allison Municipal Code was adopted Monday, increasing sewer rates with a $22.50 debt service charge and gallons per used [chart]. Taking effect Jan. 1, the boost in costs is due to the $3.85 million needed for maintenance and modifications to lagoons and sewer relining.” "In order to apply for a Community Development Block Grant, we need to show the city...
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...
10/02/2014 - 9:44am
Area racecar drivers Phil Barnett, Jeremy Johnson and Edward Johnson showed up at the Allison Public Library for Racing and Reading last Wednesday, kicking off the six-week fall reading program. Randy Johnson brought Edward’s No. 118 stock car, and Jeremy Johnson and Barnett transported their No. 18 cruiser racecar in front of the...
10/02/2014 - 9:37am
MidAmerican Energy Company decided to rebuild one of its 69-kilovolt lines in the Clarksville area after in a regular inspection. Starting work in 2013, around five miles of wood poles were replaced on Iowa Highway 188, north of town. Currently, PAR Electrical Contractors, Inc., of Kansas City, Mo., are install new conductors to the 5-mile...
09/24/2014 - 5:34pm
Known as the Vilmar church, St. John's Lutheran Church is actually located in rural Greene. The second reverend of the church, Conrad Weltner (1883-1928), named the town Vilmar after one of his professors in Germany, but it no longer exists. The 131-year-old structure is one of the oldest churches in Butler County. With the area...
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