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04/22/2019 - 11:50am
At the Butler County Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, April 9, roads, property valuations, hog confinements and a utility permit were discussed. Roads      A resolution, presented by Engineer John Riherd, to revise the Butler County 2019 five-year road was approved. The revision is to allow for the early start of a project that involves hauling 250 tons of rock per mile on...
04/17/2019 - 12:05pm
“You look like a movie star!” North Butler senior Emy Osterbuhr’s great grandma told her last year at prom.      This year many more proud local grandparents had the opportunity to see their favorite prom couples Saturday afternoon at the Rehabilitation Center of Allison, thanks to the work of Butler County...
04/17/2019 - 12:00pm
I have served the community since 2010. The reason I joined is because emergency services are short staffed, and it is often vital to have medical attention within minutes of an incident. The best part about being on the crew is helping the community and being part of the EMS family. The most challenging part is going on calls with an...
04/17/2019 - 11:53am
At their April 15 meeting, Clarksville Community School Board members approved a plan to offer online credit card or check payments for registration and book rental fees through the current JMC student record management system beginning with the 2019-2020 school year. This will allow busy parents a more convenient way to manage school expenses,...
04/17/2019 - 11:48am
Redline Auto, located on Main Street in Clarksville, recently celebrated 10 years in business. Owner Les Richardson focuses on offering quality automotive repairs.      “We try to do a good job for a fair price, and we do just about anything,” Richardson said.      That formula seems to be...
04/17/2019 - 11:43am
Clarksville elementary, junior high, and high school students came together on April 13 and 14 to perform Bedtime Stories (As Told by Our Dad) (Who Messed Them Up). This comical play, written by Ed Monk, features retellings of the classic fairy tales The Princess and the Pea and The Boy Who Cried Wolf.      The play opens with...
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