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The West Liberty Lions Club is helping local students with hearing and sight problems while also looking for youths interested in attending the Lions Diabetes Camp this summer, it was learned Monday, … more
There have been changes for some parishes, but not for others since Easter, 2020, it was learned this week by the Index, attempting to get a list of Easter Week and Easter Sunday services for the … more
One of the victims of the mass Boulder, Colorado grocery store shootings that killed 10 people on Monday, March 22, has ties to West Liberty, it was learned late last week. Teri Leiker, 51, an … more
DES MOINES — As Iowans mark the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, COVID Recovery Iowa wants to remind Iowans help is still available. The program notes that a one year disaster … more
Iowa State Auditor Rob Sand recently did a review of solar energy projects at Iowa’s schools, cities and other public entities. A total of 80 communities are currently using solar energy … more
With students entering the final months of the school year, this is the perfect time for both seniors, and juniors, to start exploring their options for the future. To help students explore college … more
IOWA CITY — The League of Women Voters of Johnson County will host a virtual Legislative Forum on Saturday, March 27, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. The focus is on the social justice. The forums … more
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has received numerous reports of dead fish in lakes and ponds across Iowa as the ice cover disappears for another year. Winter fish kills are … more
DES MOINES — Last month’s polar vortex led to the eighth coldest February in Iowa on record, while also tallying below-average precipitation, according to the latest Water Summary Update. For … 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 public city council work session on the proposed new golf cart/ATV ordinance was set for Tuesday, April 6 beginning at 6:15 p.m. at the conference room of the West Liberty Public Library, it was … more
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a hit on education at West Liberty High School, Principal Brenda Arthur-Miller reported Monday, March 15, at the meeting of the West Liberty School Board of … more
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