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September 19th, 2018

Bolts outlast Golden Hawks at home

Liberty High defeats Mid-Prairie, 27-25

NORTH LIBERTY– “It coulda gone either way,” said Liberty High Head Coach Jeff Gordon after his varsity football team defeated Mid-Prairie, Wellman, 27-25, Friday, Sept. 14, at home on Liberty’s first “Make a Difference” night for pediatric cancer.

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Plunging for fun and a purpose

Ninth annual Doggie Plunge in North Liberty helps animals in need and NLPD’s K-9

By Chris Umscheid
North Liberty Leader
NORTH LIBERTY– The end of summer is marked with many events: the start of school, football season firing up and the closing of outdoor swimming pools. While the outdoor pool at the North Liberty Recreation Center officially closed for the season on Labor Day, dozens upon dozens of “fur kids” got in one last swim before the pool is drained until next summer.
The recreation center hosted its ninth annual Doggie Plunge on Sunday, Sept. 9, which was an opportunity for canines to swim and frolic about.

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Unveiling the Timber Ridge Nature Trail

Celebrating the completion of a multi-year STEM project

TIFFIN– Several years of hard work and a powerful learning experience manifested on the morning of Wednesday, Sept. 12, as the City of Tiffin and members of the Clear Creek Amana (CCA) School District unveiled the new Timber Ridge Nature Trail with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tour.

Tiffin takes fire protection to new heights

A million dollar ladder truck tackles challenges of continued development

TIFFIN– As the City of Tiffin continues to grow, so too do the challenges faced by the volunteers of the Tiffin Fire Association.

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September 13th

Creek Boys pound the Hounds

CCA rolls over Fort Madison 38-0, remains unbeaten

TIFFIN– And now we are three. Three-and-oh, that is.
Clear Creek Amana’s (CCA) varsity football team remained unbeaten in the early part of the season with a 38-0 home field pounding of the Bloodhounds from Fort Madison Friday, Sept. 7.
The win improved the Clippers’ record to 3-0, a mark not seen since 2016 and for only the second time in the past decade. The Creek Boys also held onto the best showing, so far, in Class 3A District No.5 as the only unbeaten team.

AAA Mechanical Contractors to join NL industrial park

Moving from Coralville to North Liberty next year

NORTH LIBERTY– Three familiar green letters have found a new home in North Liberty. Come spring 2019, AAA Mechanical Contractors, Inc. will move from its Coralville location to 2755 Stoner Ct. in North Liberty.
The family-owned business employs between 40 and 50 workers and has resided on the Coralville River Landing for over 30 years, but is being displaced by the City of Coralville to make way for its future arena, the backside of which will reside at the former AAA building.

Back in Line offers a plethora of treatments

Public invited to ribbon cutting Thurs., Sept. 13

NORTH LIBERTY– A Corridor chiropractic office is broadening its reach to North Liberty. The Hiawatha-based Back in Line Family Chiropractic & Wellness opened its second location on Cameron Way on Aug. 20, at the Heat Yoga entrance.
“We wanted to expand and offer our services, and we thought North Liberty was a great place to do it,” said Dr. Missy Wessels. “The community is very up and coming with new families and we just want to be involved with that and give back to the community, and hopefully they will give back to us as well.”

From the feedlot to the pantries

Young Solon farmer’s steer fills bellies across Johnson County

NORTH LIBERTY– For the second year, the Johnson County Farm Bureau purchased a steer at the 4-H/FFA (Future Farmers of America) auction at the Johnson County Fair. The steer was raised by 11-year-old Garrett Spevacek, son of Travis and Erinn Spevacek of rural Solon as a 4-H project. Spevacek, a member of the Graham Champions 4-H Club in Solon, raised five head of livestock in the “Advanced Feeder Pen” class and showed them at this year’s fair.

September 5th

SIMBLI amazing

CCA Board Members obtain a new tool for greater efficiency

OXFORD– School board members have a plethora of documents to keep track of: everything from meeting agendas to “board packets” for those meetings, to the district’s library of policies and procedures. The Clear Creek Amana (CCA) Community School District, like many districts and businesses, utilized Google Docs for several years as a repository and means of distributing board documents while posting the policies on the district’s website. Thanks to a new tool, the board has a one-stop-shop on their Chromebook tablets to access it all.

A proper station for a growing department

NLPD facility to begin construction this fall

NORTH LIBERTY– The North Liberty Police Department (NLPD) is finally getting a proper facility to meet its growing needs.
During an Aug. 28 meeting, the North Liberty City Council unanimously approved plans, specifications and estimated cost for the Police Department Building Project. Construction is estimated at $5 million with the use of a general obligation (GO) municipal bond, making it by far the largest project of the FY19 budget.