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Looking back on 2020, West Liberty Mayor Robert Hartman has a brighter outlook on the community following the devastating events that changed the lives of residents, pointing out that citizens have … more
JOHNSTON — Iowa PBS will provide live coverage of Condition of the State 2021 on air and online. Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds will present her Condition of the State address to the Iowa Legislature … more
Nearly one-third (31 percent) of U.S. home fires that begin with Christmas trees occurs in January. The longer a natural tree is kept up after Christmas, the more likely it is to dry out and ignite. … more
WEST DES MOINES — Mediacom Communications announced today that on behalf of its employees, the company is contributing $100,000 to a network of community food banks to help families in need of food … more
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced the first major update to the agency’s Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) in nearly 30 years on Dec. 22. This action … more
The Iowa DNR reached a milestone goal to plant at least 100,000 trees on state-managed lands in 2020. The tree plantings commemorate the 100th anniversary of the National Association of State … more
CEDAR RAPIDS — Alliant Energy and Iowa State University’s Digital Manufacturing Lab are partnering with two Iowa companies to provide 9,000 free face shields to schools and daycare facilities … more
Anyone who has dreamed of becoming a published poet, may make his or her dream come true through the Iowa Poetry Association’s (IPA) 2021 Lyrical Iowa Poetry Contest. Lyrical Iowa is IPA’s annual … more
DES MOINES — William Michael Velky, 58, of Cedar Rapids was recently charged with one count of Insurance Fraud — Application Submission (Class D Felony) following an investigation by the Iowa … more
Although the COVID-19 pandemic stole the headlines this past year, there were a lot of other things happening in the West Liberty community that was also extremely newsworthy. The Index put … more
“We’re in this together.” That was one of the first statements that came from West Liberty School District Superintendent of Schools Dr. Diego Giraldo as he learned of the wild spread of a … more
It may be a popular treat at the fair, but the kettle corn and caramel corn produced by Lugo’s Gourmet Popcorn and Lemonade isn’t just a summer treat. The small portable family business … more
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