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August 10th, 2017

Women of Troy, Creek Girls honored by IGCA

All-State, All-District softball teams announced

North Liberty Leader
AMES­– The Iowa Girls’ Coaches Association (IGCA) recently announced its picks for 2017 All-State, Academic All-State and All-District Softball Teams with Iowa City West and Clear Creek Amana (CCA) players earning spots.
CCA’s Abbi Kinnaird was named to the Class 4A All-State Second Team and the 4A Northeast All-District Team. The senior started and played in 39 games and hit with a .433 batting average. She had 52 hits including six homeruns, one triple and eight doubles. She drove in 31 runs and scored 34 times. Kinnaird also stole five bases this year.

North Liberty City News

Board of Supervisors seeks applicants for library board of trustees

NORTH LIBERTY– The Johnson County Board of Supervisors is accepting applications for one vacancy on the North Liberty Community Library Board of Trustees for a person residing in unincorporated Johnson County to serve an unexpired term beginning immediately and ending June 30, 2020.

“Bolt” your driveway through Thursday, Aug. 31

NORTH LIBERTY– Let the Liberty High School Booster Club “Bolt” your driveway.
As part of the first annual fundraiser, you can get a 3-foot-by-2-foot, black Liberty Lightning bolt painted on your driveway for $25. It is the logo only; no lettering.
All funds will go to the booster club and be used for projects and equipment that support coaches, athletes and programs at Liberty High School.

Five Trojans, one Clipper make First Team picks

IHSBCA and INA recognizes West and CCA baseball players

North Liberty Leader
COUNCIL BLUFFS– The Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association (IHSBCA) announced its picks for 2017 All-District Teams with student athletes from Iowa City West High and Clear Creek Amana (CCA) making the cut.

Just Tri!

Fun, fitness and a flashy medal

By Chris Umscheid
North Liberty Leader
NORTH LIBERTY– Eighty-eight kids swam, biked and ran in the sixth-annual Just Tri Youth Triathlon put on by the North Liberty Recreation Department on Sunday, July 30. The kids (divided by age group) swam in the rec center’s indoor pool then biked around the surrounding neighborhood, and finished by running around the pond at the Liberty Centre commercial development before being presented with a medal for their efforts. Last year 69 area kids participated in the non-competitive event.

Road repainting will likely require road closures

NORTH LIBERTY– Weather permitting, city crews will be repainting street markings through Tuesday, Aug. 22.
During this work, some lanes may be closed for a short time to allow the paint to dry. Locations will vary by day. Drivers are asked to use caution around the work site, allow extra travel time, and find alternative routes when possible.

Gyms to close Monday, Aug. 14, for floor refinishing

NORTH LIBERTY– Beginning as early as Monday, Aug. 14, the Robert and Jones gyms at the North Liberty Community Center, 520 W. Cherry St., will be closed so their floors can be refinished. The closures are expected to last through Sunday, Aug. 20.
In addition to the closures, some patrons may find the vapors from the floor finishes unpleasant, though they are not harmful, particularly on the indoor track, cardio and weight areas.
This work is not expected to affect the recreation department’s hours of operation.

Blue-green algae identified in Beaver Kreek

NORTH LIBERTY– The City of North Liberty has recently become aware of blue-green algae in Beaver Kreek. Please note that this does not affect drinking water.
To avoid the danger of microcystins, people and pets should avoid contact with water that is discolored, has scum on the surface, and omits an odor. If contact does occur, wash with soap and water or rinse thoroughly with clean water to remove algae. This is especially important for dogs and other pets because they may lick the algae off their fur to clean themselves.

Tiffin man jailed for sexual abuse

TIFFIN– A Tiffin man has been accused of repeated accounts of sexual abuse toward a young girl over a five-year period.
According to complaints filed by the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, an officer spoke with 50-year-old Clyde W. Hinkle after Johnson County received a request from the Department of Human Services to investigate the case.
Hinkle admitted to committing multiple sex acts on the child, and the complaints state Hinkle acknowledged his actions were wrong. A medical examination found evidence of injuries consistent with sexual abuse, the officer said.

Tiffin City Hall expansion to be completed in 2017

Council divided on hiring of Woodruff Construction

TIFFIN– A recently installed LED sign greeting visitors to the City of Tiffin should be flanked by another addition to city hall by year’s end.
At a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 1, the Tiffin City Council agreed to hire Woodruff Construction LLC, a Tiffin general contractor that built the current structure, to take on the expansion project for $139,400.
“We appreciate the opportunity to continue our support of the City of Tiffin and its incredible growth,” Nick Ford, Woodruff’s east region president, wrote to City Administrator Doug Boldt in a memo July 27.