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06/21/2019 - 2:11pm
There were 111 alumni, friends and four former Clarksville teachers who “Saved the Date” to attend the 2019 annual All School Reunion June 8. The registration papers indicated there were alumni traveling from Arkansas, Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota and Missouri. Many towns of Iowa were represented along with our hometown alumni, friends and spouses.     ...
06/19/2019 - 3:52pm
Ione Hardy from Clarksville has been chosen to be the 2019 Relay for Life of Butler County’s Honored Survivor. Supporting family and friends will accompany Hardy as she shares her story at the Butler County Relay for Life in Allison on Friday, July 12.      Retired from a lifetime of teaching, Ione Hardy has a story that...
06/19/2019 - 3:07pm
At the Butler County Treasurer’s office, accuracy is key, and offering friendly customer service is a way of life.      As Butler County Treasurer, Vicki Schoneman oversees the Property Tax Department, the Motor Vehicle Department and the Driver’s License Department, assisted by deputy treasurers Deb Wangsness,...
06/19/2019 - 2:56pm
United States Senator Charles Grassley visited American Tool and Engineering in Greene early Monday morning to tour the facility and answer questions from employees and the public as part of his annual 99-county tour.      Questions ranged from inquiries concerning trade negotiations with China and the USMC trade deal to health...
06/19/2019 - 2:12pm
The Benny Gambaiani Public Library has a new staff member, Alicia Phillips. While her first day was June 8, she’s not exactly a new face at the library.      Phillips has been a Shell Rock resident for over seven years, is a frequent patron of the library, and spent time volunteering at the library this May. She also...
06/19/2019 - 1:59pm
As of June 1, Trinity Reformed Church in Allison has a new pastor, Jeremy Van Genderen, who comes with 17 years of experience in youth and children’s ministry.           “I was finishing up schooling to become a senior pastor, and God opened the door to come here,” Van Genderen said....
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