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01/23/2018 - 4:57pm
Mary Meyer celebrated 11 years of ownership at The Peppercorn Pantry in Aplington with an open house on January 13, inviting guests to sample her raspberry swirl cheesecake, French silk pie, raspberry parfait, soups, salads, dressings and more. And within the next month, she plans to release her new cookbook, “Where friends gather.” Meyer’s love for the restaurant and gift shop...
01/23/2018 - 4:56pm
In the basement of the Bethel Lutheran Church in Parkersburg, nine local women spend their Thursday mornings hard at work, stitching and sewing quilts to donate to local causes and organizations. These women, who make up the Aplington Parkersburg Quilters, spend hundreds of hours each year creating these quilts in the hopes that they will bring...
01/23/2018 - 4:55pm
A Parkersburg couple, Gregory Risse, 58, and Traci Bartholomew, 43, were arrested in connection with a January 4 incident where a hotel room in Parkersburg was damaged. Damages are estimated at $1500. The room will require professional cleaning and sanitation. Sheets and pillow cases were left bloodied, other hotel property was damaged, and a...
01/23/2018 - 4:53pm
At the Butler County Cattlemen’s Banquet Saturday in Parkersburg, Eugene Jacobs was named Butler County Cattlemen’s Outstanding Cattleman of the year. Jacobs and his wife are third-generation owners of the family farm, purchased in 1928. They started their first cow-calf pairs in 1972. “The dream was black whiteface, and that...
01/23/2018 - 4:51pm
Each year, the Randolph Caldecott Medal honors the best of the best in children’s literature, recognizing the most distinguished American picture book from the year prior. Aplington-Parkersburg elementary students are voicing their own opinions with a mock Caldecott, and it’s allowing them to establish a love for both reading and art...
01/23/2018 - 4:50pm
If there was trouble to be made around Aplington, Parkersburg and New Hartford in the late 1950s and early 1960s, you could bet your bottom dollar that Louie Card had some involvement in it. “I was probably more of a James Dean kind of a character. I ran with the hoodlum types,” he said from his suburban Orlando home. “Drinking...
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