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01/12/2017 - 2:00pm
Butler County Farm Bureau Ag In The Classroom Coordinator Ruth Seehusen visited the North Butler kindergarten classes in December to talk to them about Christmas tree farming. She read the book “Christmas Tree Farms” that explains how a family works all year long, planting, pruning, measuring, and tagging trees before the Christmas tree sales start after Thanksgiving. The book shows...
12/29/2016 - 3:31pm
In Clarksville, Dec. 30 will be Express Mart’s last day of business, said Angela Parks, who co-owns it with husband Scott Parks as Cedar Valley Lubes Inc. and serves on the board (privately held). Doing business as Cenex Express Mart, the convenience store is located at 205 N. Main St., Clarksville. The company purchased it in July 2004,...
12/29/2016 - 2:35pm
STOUT — The Astrodome will rise again. That’s the hope of a group at the First Reformed Church of Stout, which is currently raising money to replace the concession/storage building and restroom facility at the ball field on Stout’s southeast side. Aptly named the Astrodome, the field itself is suitable for use, though the...
12/22/2016 - 12:36pm
    Benefiting Clarksville School families who lost loved ones in 2016 and the Clarksville Food Pantry with change from the holiday Penny War style fundraiser was the chosen focus of the Clarksville Community School Positive Behavior Intervention System Committee.   "Most importantly, remember that in the spirit of the...
12/22/2016 - 11:35am
Area schools held winter concerts last week to celebrate the holiday season.
12/20/2016 - 3:28pm
CLARKSVILLE – If anyone could point out the key in Clarksville’s 80-31 makeup game loss to Colo-Nesco on Monday, Dec. 19 it would easily be rebounding. The Indians gave up numerous offensive boards to the Royals for put-backs in a game that had them in a 25-point deficit at halftime. “Not up until tonight,” Clarksville...
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