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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought overwhelming grief to many families. One of FEMA’s missions is to help people before, during and after disasters and the agency is dedicated to helping ease some … more
Helping his clients no matter what the need, Jose Salgado will open his first branch office in West Liberty on Monday, May 3, unveiling the Jose Salgado Insurance Agency. Located at 127 E. Third … more
In a surprising change of plans, the West Liberty Summer Social ’21, being put together by West Liberty High School alumni for Friday, July 16, has been cancelled. Organizer Jerry Kiwala said he … more
Living through a nightmare because her 15-year-old son was coerced and brainwashed into a life of drug addiction and sex trafficking, Lisa McCormick told a story no parent should ever have to live … more
Plans for graduation, prom, senior awards night and other events were unveiled this week by West Liberty High School Principal Brenda Arthur-Miller, released at the school board meeting Monday night … more
Mayor Bob Schmidt said he walked away from the April meeting of the Atalissa City Council not feeling good about not allowing certain members of the public to speak at the April 12 meeting held at … more
Before the end of the year, West Liberty residents, institutions and businesses may see a new “Storm Water Utility rate” on their monthly utility invoices should the West Liberty City Council … more
The Atalissa Fire Department is determined to build a better fleet of vehicles for their first responders. The 19-person department bought a used 1992 Smeal Fire Engine Truck from Olwein in … more
West Liberty Golf & Country Club says they’ve lost a lot of members through the COVID-19 pandemic and, actually, over the past five years, hoping to honor them in some way. Thus, members of the … more
Editor’s note: The following release was sent from Muscatine County Public Health April 5. Beginning April 5, all Iowans are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. You must be age 16 or older for … more
Editor’s note: The following includes information obtained from Muscatine County Public Health. As of April 13, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending a pause in … more
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is excited to bring back its annual Women in IT Conference this spring, with a great line-up of speakers and presentations, all delivered virtually free of charge. … more
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