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KANSAS CITY — The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has obligated more than $77 million to the State of Iowa for eligible work in the COVID-19 response. The funding is intended to … more
DES MOINES — Secretary of State Paul Pate encourages Iowans who receive a “No Activity” mailing from his office to respond quickly. Registered voters who did not participate in the 2020 general … more
DES MOINES — Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination rates for adolescents (ages 10-13) in Iowa are above the national average, according to data by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association (BCBSA). … more
The West Liberty Chamber of Commerce presented three awards last week as part of their annual tribute to local businesses, unable for the second year in a row to host their annual awards banquet … more
There was no public input at the April 20 West Liberty City Council meeting as a new housing development in the community got the green light, the council hosting a public hearing on changing zoning … more
Making their community debut on Tuesday evening, May 4, at the annual Spring West Liberty High School Band & Choir concert, Los Cometas Mariachi may be a springboard for Latino-inspired music in the … more
West Liberty High School will be going into the fish market education business next school year. Learning the school won an Iowa Governor’s STEM (Science Technology, Engineering & Math) Advisory … more
Answering a lot of concerns about starting a new three-year-old pre-school program, West Liberty Early Learning Center principal Dr. Lindsay Meeker is looking forward to launching a new era in … more
The West Liberty Lions Club met at the West Liberty Golf & Country Club on Monday April 12 to witness a performance of the West Liberty FFA Chapter “Ag Issues and Perceptions” team. Practicing … more
Learning more about a proposed new iJAG (Iowa Jobs for America’s Graduates) program for West Liberty High School students, the School Board of Education put questions to Daryle Wright, the director … more
Larry Miller may not remember the first fire he ever helped fight as a member of the West Liberty Fire and Ambulance Department, but he says he’s not going to miss getting up in the middle of the … more
The West Liberty Area Arts Council received a grant from the Ryan Trust to open an art gallery in downtown West Liberty. Opening an art gallery has been a dream of WLAAC and local artists like … more
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