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06/23/2016 - 10:14am
Fourteen Clarksville High School students in the classes of 2017 and 2018 were able to take the opportunity to travel to Washington, D.C., to learn firsthand about government and history, earlier this month. Clarksville social studies teacher Chris Arians is in his second year coordinating the trip locally. Highlights for the students, Arians said, included: U.S. SENATE: Students watched fl oor...
06/15/2016 - 4:56pm
 Kayla Siemens was crowned Miss Allison 2016 on Friday, June 3 during Wilder Days: Small Town Story festivities at Wilder Park in Allison.    Kayla is the daughter of Shawn and Amy Siemens and wants to pursue an occupation in law.   Runner-up was Katie Johnson, daughter of Jason Johnson and Melissa Rewerts....
06/01/2016 - 11:29am
The sidewalk east and north of the Post Office was removed and re-graded during the last two weeks of May, as can be observed. City Council approved for Kenny Bloker Masonry to complete the project, as he submitted the lower of two bids, at $3,885. However, the curb was higher than the sidewalk, so to cause the water to flow toward the storm sewer...
06/01/2016 - 11:27am
The Rev. Charles Underwood, pastor of St. John Lutheran Church, Clarksville, delivered the 2016 Clarksville Memorial Day Service Address on Monday, May 30. He chose to convey the spirit of a story orally, as it was told to him. Afterward, several attendees stopped to congratulate Underwood on a speech well done. The story began with a farm boy...
06/01/2016 - 11:25am
This amazing quilt pieced by Barb Wagner and quilted by Holly Fokkena, Prairie Rose Quilts – Clarksville, is offered at silent auction to put an END to Alzheimer’s. The bid on this beautiful quilt is currently at $250. To place your bid, visit the Library or call Kerry Essink with the Leisure Services Department of Bartels Lutheran...
05/26/2016 - 11:22am
Bristow’s new splash pad arrived May 17. The splash pad, from Outdoor Recreation Products of Ames, is to go in Memorial Park, east of the shelter house and south of the playground equipment. Bristow Betterment Group was tentatively awarded its full request for a community attraction and tourism (CAT) grant for its Splash Pad Project at $28,...
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