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06/20/2018 - 10:42am
At the Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, June 12, the supervisors officially declared Butler County a State of Emergency due to flooding. The proclamation of Emergency was initiated Sunday, June 10, so the county could utilize state assets (HESCO barriers) as a preventative measure. Supervisor Greg Barnett mentioned that a new EMA coordinator has been hired for Butler County. Chris Showalter of...
06/20/2018 - 10:41am
With the start of this year’s League season right around the corner, members of the Stout Ballpark Task Force are ready to show off the product of all their hard work - a revival project at the old Stout Astrodome that’s years in the making. After several years of fundraising and months of construction, facility upgrades at the ball...
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...
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 - 5:06pm
Another beautiful evening greeted participants and watchers of the Grand Parade Tuesday evening, June 5. Grand Marshall and Citizens of the Year Dr. Tom and Lenee Pollock led the parade. The Pollocks have been Aplington residents for 33 years, serving the community through Highview Animal Hospital. They said they most enjoy the friendliness of the...
06/12/2018 - 5:03pm
In the primary on Tuesday, June 5, incumbent District 3 supervisor Rusty Eddy secured the Republican nomination with 376 votes to Derek Harken’s 261. Meanwhile, in District 2, incumbent supervisor Tom Heidenwirth received 181 votes over Tim Junker’s 148. Both races drew a lot of interest in Butler County communities as yard signs...
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