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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability of up to $600,000 in grant funding for local organizations to support projects that build community health and resilience in … more
Iowa’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 3.6 percent from the revised January rate of 3.6 percent. The state’s jobless rate was 2.9 percent one year ago. The U.S. unemployment … more
Starting on April 1, Iowa residents will have a new opportunity to enroll in health coverage through the Market place and get lower pricing. Anyone who is not eligible for insurance through Medicare, … more
While matching 2020’s record breaking hunter participation and harvest is not likely to happen, Iowa’s 2021 spring turkey season will have plenty of opportunities for those ready to be back in … more
DES MOINES — The state of Iowa has awarded 14 broadband providers with $15,542,302 in Empower Rural Iowa broadband grants made possible through the allocation of federal CARES funding. These grants … more
DES MOINES — Iowa seniors and Medicare beneficiaries are encouraged to be aware of current Medicare card scams in our state. To learn more about Medicare scams impacting Iowans, register for our … more
This week, in partnership with our sister newspapers, the Wilton-Durant Advocate News and Eldridge North Scott Press, the West Liberty Index is launching a merged classified and classified display … more
COVID-19’s latest victim, for the second year in a row, is the annual Kimberly Park Community Easter Egg Hunt put on by the Sons of the Mansell L. Phillips American Legion Post 509, it was learned … more
A local task force had their first meeting on Tuesday, March 23, in Muscatine, with the group focusing on the lack of affordable housing in the area. The meeting was sponsored by the Muscatine … more
A pair of West Liberty Middle School eighth grade students advanced to the national MATHCOUNTS Foundation competition Thursday, March 25, winning a virtual state competition, according to advisor … more
The Aquarius Club of West Liberty is sponsoring a community blood drive on Monday, April 5, to be held from 2-7 p.m. at First Church United, in cooperation with the Mississippi Vallley Blood Center. … more
A total of 12 new members of the Jerry McVay Chapter of West Liberty High School’s National Honor Society were inducted Tuesday night, March 23, in a special ceremony at the school, welcomed by 18 … more
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