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01/17/2018 - 10:17am
This month marks 15 years for Leah Ingalls at Leah’s Gift and Card Shoppe in downtown Parkersburg. “This is where I grew up. It has always been home to me,” Ingalls said. “I just love our little small town atmosphere, and the people here are so friendly. I have some good, loyal customers.” Ingalls worked as a dental assistant for 14 years, and had never given a...
01/09/2018 - 5:01pm
Wrestling isn’t the easiest or most glamorous sport in the world, and in recent years, smaller schools have been struggling to attract the numbers to even put together a full team. But there are signs of hope, perhaps nowhere more encouraging than right here in Aplington and Parkersburg: the Dirty Bird Wrestling Club is having its best year...
01/02/2018 - 4:11pm
This month, Iowa State University released the results of their annual Farmland Value Survey for 2017, which shows a slight increase in values in Butler County and across the state after three consecutive years of declines. In 2017, farmland values rose an average of two percent across the state, with prices rising from $7,183 per acre to $7,326...
01/02/2018 - 4:09pm
Since June of 2002, Linda Papenheim’s shop Papenshack’s Porch has been the place to go for Parkersburg residents looking to add a touch of beauty to their homes. Papenheim formerly worked as a pension plan administrator at Prinicipal Financial, but opened the gift, garden and home décor shop after deciding she wanted to be her...
01/02/2018 - 4:06pm
If anyone is qualified to teach a class on overcoming adversity and leading the way through it as a local government official, it’s Perry Bernard. The third term mayor of Parkersburg took over his post in 2010, less than two years after an EF-5 tornado ravaged the community and left six people dead and just six months after the tragic murder...
01/02/2018 - 4:03pm
For the residents of Aplington, 2017 was a busy year, with exciting new developments in infrastructure and community betterment. In this special Eclipse News-Review story, Aplington Mayor Jason Mehmen looks back on the accomplishments of 2017, and looks forward to what’s in store for the community in 2018 Mehmen says one of the most...
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