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“We just don’t have enough,” said Ken Sharp, Division Administrator for the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) during a webinar on the COVID-19 vaccine held Jan. 8. The 90-minute … more
JOHNSTON — All Iowa schools have the opportunity to receive a new water bottle filling station through the Rethink Your Drink program, funded by the Delta Dental of Iowa Foundation. Selected … more
It’s been a long nine months since the novel coronavirus pandemic hit communities throughout the Midwest and across the country. In that time, federal agencies have supported local and state … more
JOHNSTON — Iowa PBS encourages you to be a part of PBS American Portrait, a national storytelling project which invites individuals to participate in a conversation about what it really means to be … more
DES MOINES — Before President James Polk went to bed on Dec. 28, 1846, he dipped his quill pen in ink and wrote in his diary: “Nothing much happened today.” However, Iowans may disagree. … more
DES MOINES — Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig reminds farmers and landowners who plant cover crops to apply for the state’s cover crop insurance discount program by Jan. 15, 2021. … more
Although members of the Rotary Club of West Liberty opened the new year with a social event meeting, the organization also learned of the success of the Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign that was … more
The Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine announced last week the most recent recipients of the Racial Justice Grant – West Liberty Public Library and the West Liberty School District. The … more
Economic Development took a big step forward with the first meeting of 2021 for the West Liberty City Council on Tuesday, Jan. 8, awarding the first grant to aid a business expansion/remodeling. … more
Tater’s Spa & Pet Grooming & Boarding shop in West Liberty came to reality after 25-year-old West Liberty born and raised Kennedi Simon bought Casey’s Heavenly Grooming on the corner of Maxson … more
The West Liberty Free Public Library will continue to keep it's doors closed to the public, although still providing services including providing books, movies and video games through the … more
Looking to beef up social media and local newspaper coverage, the City of West Liberty is asking department heads to submit articles and pictures, it was learned through a meeting of staff members … more
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