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Robert Maharry

06/20/2018 - 10:39am
Aplington- Parkersburg may find itself in the market for a dance partner on sharing administration services, and according to board members and Superintendent Jon Thompson, a nearby district to the south on Highway 14 could be the best fit. During Monday night’s regular meeting, Thompson explained that teaming up with Grundy Center provides an advantage because—perhaps unbeknownst to...
06/20/2018 - 10:38am
As Parkersburg city administrator Chris Luhring thinks about the future of his community and ponders the writings of philosopher and naturalist Henry David Thoreau, his primary concern is leaving the town in even better shape for the next generation. A $500,000 water main grant from the Iowa Economic Development Authority and the federal Housing...
06/12/2018 - 4:46pm
Orville Beenken worked for and later ran the Buckingham Elevator for nearly a half century after returning from World War II, and he knows this sort of place inside and out. While some folks want to travel the world or procure new experiences in their golden years, others just want to get back to where they came from. As part of the monthly...
06/12/2018 - 4:44pm
For as long as government has existed in the United States, one of its primary functions has been to balance the rights of private property owners against those of the people surrounding them and the public interest. What, then, happens when the parties involved reach a zero sum difference of opinions? Darrell Sloth, Nick Heine, John Oltman and...
06/05/2018 - 4:14pm
As someone who grew up in an era known for small, diversified family farming operations and financially thriving print media outlets, Parkersburg native Lawn Griffiths can be forgiven for waxing a bit nostalgic these days. Things have changed. “One of the things I’m happy with is that I got to work in newspapers before they all went...
05/31/2018 - 6:30pm
The warehouse for one of Parkersburg's oldest businesses caught fire on Thursday afternoon and caused major damage to the roof, as the owner called it a likely “total loss.” “There’s not too much to salvage out of it,” Robert Hosch said. The blaze is believed to have started between noon and 12:30, and the smoke continued to burn for several...
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