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Muscatine County, including West Liberty, experienced a partial solar eclipse on Monday, April 8, the likes of which won’t be seen in the United States for another 20 years. From around 1 … more
April Fool’s Day was no joke for the school board. April 1 was their first meeting of the month, and the agenda was all business, featuring the Superintendent Report and plenty of budget talk. … more
In a Special Board Meeting on March 22, 2024, the West Liberty Community School Board addressed updates to the district's technological infrastructure. Brian Rance, Technology Director, talked … more
The West Liberty Community Center was hopping on Saturday night, April 6. More than 70 people showed up with snacks and smiles to attend Music Bingo.   If you’ve never played Music … more
The West Liberty City Council met Tuesday, April 2, in the West Liberty Community Center, during which members met the new electric superintendent and discussed new business. New Electric … more
If your kid is into nature, the Muscatine County Conservation Board welcomes area youngsters from preschool to eighth grade to participate in one of six summer nature camps slated to begin in June at … more
In response to what it deems a looming threat, Escucha Mi Voz has declared a resolute stance against the enactment of what it calls anti-immigrant 'Polimigra' law SF2340. Escucha Mi Voz is one … more
Easter Sunday marked the one-year anniversary of a historic tornado outbreak that occurred Friday, March 31, 2023, in eastern Iowa. More than 150 tornadoes touched down across the state and the … more
As a humble Kiley Langley waited for the announcement of the Muscatine Fair Queen, she wondered which one of the five other girls in the contest would be crowned. Little did she know, the Wilton … more
Nichols residents, Gene & Vickie Hammons have given $10,000 for storage at the Muscatine County Fair Event Center Project. The Hammon’s have a hobby farm right outside of Nichols. They … more
In response to the ongoing drought conditions plaguing Iowa, Agriculture Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack declared 24 Iowa counties as primary natural disaster areas. The proclamation addressed to … more
The West Liberty Public Library Board met on Wednesday, March 20, for their big annual meeting. The meeting was open to the public and many community members attended. The agenda included the … more
The big, white house located on N. Calhoun Street was once the women’s nursing home. My own mother, Deborah Tedrow, known hereabouts as Jim and Bonnie’s eldest daughter, Deborah … more
The school board met again on Monday, March 18. The regular meeting of the West Liberty Community School District Board of Education was held as usual in the Boardroom on Elm Street. The agenda … more
100+ Women Who Care: Comet Chapter recently made a $9200 donation towards the New Strand Theatre via the West Liberty Area Arts Council. This group, while part of a national organization … more
It was the Speedway Fire Rescue QC Annual Awards benefit Sunday at El Patio. A huge Thank You to El Patio for the wonderful door and drinks they gave to us. It was phenomenal! We are grateful for … more
Since 2000, the Iowa State University Extension Office has considered Bonnie Reeb a Master Gardener, but it wasn’t until this year the 77-year-old nature enthusiast was awarded the first-ever … more
Dub and Cindy Massey, residents of Nichols and long-time fair supporters, have given $5,000 for landscaping infrastructure at the new Event Center at the Muscatine County Fair. There are several … more
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The roaring sounds of the Muscatine County Fairgrounds speedway will be a lot quieter this year as fair director Kelsey Meyers reports there will only be one speedway race this season. more
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