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Egg Hunts!
FEATURED PICTURE · Rowen Madsen, 2, goes for two eggs at a time during the Community Bridge egg hunt, April 18. The Sons of the American Legion held an egg hunt the next day with real dyed eggs. Photo by Jacob Lane

Eggs, eggs, and more eggs
by Jacob Lane · April 23, 2014
West Liberty hosted several Easter egg hunts, to the delight of its children.

Historic house now endangered
by Jacob Lane · April 23, 2014
A stagecoach inn near West Liberty was recently put on Preserve Iowa’s Most Endangered Properties list

Manager won’t be police chief
by Jacob Lane · April 23, 2014
The council approved a contract for City Manager McNaul; however, he’ll step aside as WL’s police chief

Simpson honors volunteers
April 23, 2014
The Simpson Memorial Home Annual Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon was held April 11

Music mixes it up
by Jacob Lane · April 16, 2014
Sones de México took West Liberty on a musical tour April 10.

Nichols finalizes fringe agreement
by Toni Wilson · April 16, 2014
The Nichols monthly council meeting was held on Wednesday, April 9. All council members were present, as was City Attorney Amber Freyermuth.

School talks trail
by Jacob Lane · April 16, 2014
The West Liberty School Board met April 7, when it discussed the possibility of a new trail and separating funding streams between preschool and prekindergarten programs.

Students become teachers
by Jacob Lane · April 16, 2014
High school students participate in mentoring program, teaching agriculture and science to third grade students.

Talking dog travels to WL library
by Jacob Lane · April 16, 2014
IPTV brought “Martha Speaks” to WL's children.

Sports Headlines
· Boys beat Columbus
· Injuries and cold hold girls back
· Track fights for third
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People/Social News
· Springsteen finishes first at WL Raceway
· Chamber chief retires
· $2,500 going to WL FFA
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