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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...
08/17/2018 - 12:35pm
Melissa Vohres will serve as the new first grade teacher at North Butler this year.      A mother of three North Butler students, Vohres has worked as a stay-at-home mom for the past 10 years. With all of her kids in school now, she decided it was time to join the North Butler team.      “I just really...
08/17/2018 - 11:34am
Anna Bentley joins the Clarksville team this school year as fifth and sixth grade literacy teacher teacher.      “I grew up in a small town. This reminds me a lot of home,” Bentley said.      She loves the K-12 environment and how welcoming the community has been to her as a first-year teacher....
08/17/2018 - 10:57am
Amanda Eggerichs joined the North Butler team this year as sixth grade teacher and junior high girls basketball coach.      She comes from Waukon, where she worked for the Allamakee School District for three years as a fourth and fifth grade teacher until the elementary school where she taught closed. Eggerichs earned her...
08/17/2018 - 10:40am
There’s a new face in the cafeteria at Clarksville Schools as Rebekah Moyer takes the reins as head cook, following Tammy Krull’s decision to resign and focus on Lizzy Lou’s Diner on Main Street.      Moyer comes from North Butler Elementary, where she served as head cook before deciding to take on the new...
08/15/2018 - 2:19pm
At the Allison council meeting Monday, August 13, Michael Hanson reported his project to update the Main Street flags for his Eagle Scout project is complete.      The original plan was flag poles would be increased from five feet to six feet to prevent flags from snagging and tearing, and spinner mounts would keep the flags...
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