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09/19/2018 - 3:56pm
Old time country, bluegrass and gospel favorites drew over 150 to Clarksville’s Reading Park on Sunday evening to listen to Beaver Creek Band.      The band, with Floyd Junker as lead singer, Brett Vette on the banjo, Jeff Junker playing bass, Ryan Vette with a guitar, Kim Miller on metal and Trent Poppe on guitar and mandolin, has a long tradition of providing good...
08/31/2018 - 2:18pm
Sunny, warm weather greeted Wilder Park’s 26th anniversary celebration on Saturday, August 25.      Members of the Lions Club kicked off the day by offering an omelet breakfast to nearly 140 guests.      T-shirt winners in the bicycle poker ride included Roberta Wiegmann, Rex Carr, Debbie Monaghan and...
08/22/2018 - 1:28pm
Danielle Ison of Clarksville represented Butler County at the Iowa State Fair August 7 to August 12.      For Ison, serving as the county fair queen isn’t about having the perfect dress, hair or makeup, it’s about trying to make a difference.      “It was cool to walk through the...
08/20/2018 - 12:58pm
Twelve students from Spanish class at North Butler took a week-long trip to Mexico with teacher Wendy Floss July 23 to July 30.        The group flew into Cancun, spent the first night in Chichen Itza, and the next two nights in Merida, before arriving at their final destination Playa del Carmen, where they spent the...
08/20/2018 - 11:52am
Can Allison keep a restaurant on Main Street? Sherrie Dreesman believes that it can. She re-opened the restaurant as Sherrie’s Café on Wednesday, August 15.      Since then, she has stayed busy as locals give the café a try. Changes patrons will notice include patriotic décor, fewer employees and...
08/17/2018 - 2:48pm
Clarksville and daughter Tasha Wayne are on a mission to capture special moment and beautiful memories for area families. Their studio, Legacy Photography by Christine and Tasha, has been a fixture on East Bremer Avenue in Waverly for the past year, but has been open at various locations in Waverly for the past eight years. Previous to that, the...
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