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Greg Forbes

11/29/2017 - 10:01am
The City of Parkersburg asks residents approached for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) survey this week to participate. A contracted survey crew will visit Parkersburg for the second time this week to conduct an informal survey to determine if the city qualifies for a grant program. The grant funds would then help finance construction and improvements to the city’s water mains....
11/29/2017 - 9:58am
Aplington-Parkersburg Middle and Elementary School students recently got a rare look at what happens deep in the ocean. Author and photographer Michael Patrick O’Neill, originally of Sao Palo, Brazil, visited the school earlier this month and brought with him pictures and stories from his career as an author, photographer and environmental...
11/29/2017 - 9:57am
With the emerald ash borer’s arrival in Parkersburg, city crews are working to make sure the pest’s damages are kept at a minimum. Scott Barrett, a city public works employee, said that crews have removed a handful of trees that have been damaged by the beetle. The most recent one was removed in October, he said. He said trees will be...
11/21/2017 - 11:46pm
Teamwork and preparedness are key for public safety agencies to protect motorists on a city, county and state basis. Earlier this month, more than a dozen entities, including the Butler County Engineer’s office, Butler County Emergency Management, the Butler County Sheriff, Iowa State Patrol, representatives from the Iowa DOT and Governor...
11/21/2017 - 11:41pm
The middle names of Marc and Angie Reifenrath’s infant twins, Jack and Jorie, honor two irreplaceable people in their lives. Jorie’s middle name, Joslynn, is for Joslynn “Josie” Mostek. Angie and Josie first became what turned out to be lifelong best friends in eighth grade after the Aplington and Parkersburg school...
11/21/2017 - 11:39pm
Central Iowa Exchange owner Letrisha Wise knows healing takes time. Just three months ago, a fire destroyed the Aplington sale barn, leaving Wise and the community without words. But with the rubble removed, the ground leveled and a frame of a new building rising, Wise has a newfound sense of hope and excitement. “Now that we’re seeing...
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