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FEATURED PICTURE · West Liberty Students presented the One Act Play Festival, a series of single act shows on April 16-18. (ABOVE) Marxist revolutionary Leon Trotsky died after an ice axe was jammed in his head, his death was portrayed over and over again by Juan Dominguez in “Variations on the Death of Trotsky.” (BELOW) Cagan Ozgur and Grant Johnson, members of WLHS’s improv troupe, the Part-Time Simpletons, don’t need lines, just opportunities. Photos by Jacob Lane

Ward files “Not Guilty”
by Jacob Lane · April 22, 2015
Formal charges filed against former city manager

Greenhouse is GO
April 22, 2015
WL Horticulture Class and FFA greenhouse sale coming soon

Nichols talks sewage and mowing
by Jacob Lane · April 22, 2015
Council approves fixing lagoon and addresses mowing contract

Short and sweet
by Jacob Lane · April 22, 2015
WLHS theatre presents the One Act Play Festival

City talks water
by Jacob Lane · April 15, 2015
From wastewater construction payments to secondary water treament, the City of West Liberty continues water discussions

Drain pipe busts
by Jacob Lane · April 15, 2015
Connection point falls apart resulting in hole, city votes to tear down building above to access problem

Pouring rain punches hard
by Jacob Lane · April 15, 2015
A swift but heavy spring storm rolled over the communty, dumping rain and hail

Racing season kicks off
April 15, 2015
WL Raceway hosts IMCA Late Model Summer Series

Taking the healthy trek
by Joanne Salemink · April 15, 2015
WL hosts 5K as part of Live Healthy Iowa

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