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Bond in Lisbon: Architects renderings
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FEATURED PICTURE · Renderings courtesy of Emergent Architecture A new auditorium on the northwest corner of the Lisbon School building is one of the proposed facility upgrades included in a bond vote scheduled for Feb. 6. Renderings courtesy of Emergent Architecture A plan for an eight-lane track extends the athletic field to the west and creates a new practice field and shot put and discus competition area to the north. The plan requires the district to acquire additional land.


Connect, absorb, respond, empower
by Margaret Stevens & Ben McGuire · January 11, 2018
High school hosts MLK Day diversity CARE conference

Classrooms, track, auditorium among proposed facility upgrades in Lisbon
by Nathan Countryman · January 11, 2018
Bond vote scheduled for Feb. 6

City leaders anticipate steady tax rates as budget talks begins
by Ann Gruber-Miller & Nathan Countryman · January 11, 2018
Budget processes are well under way in the cities of Mount Vernon and Lisbon.

artist profile: Nancy Emrich Freeman
by Trent Bowman · January 11, 2018
Life spent in music yields concert series

Palisades Pen
by Trent Bowman · January 11, 2018
Writers showcase work in monthly event

Book Club storms 'The Glass Castle'
January 11, 2018
The Tuesday Morning Book Club at Cole Library meets Jan. 16, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in the library's third floor conference room. All are welcome to join the Book Club. Those with questions should contact Sherene Player at 319-535-1105.

Heritage Hall talk describes 'Lessons of the Holocaust'
January 11, 2018
As part of the Lisbon Public Library's Community Conversations series, Brad Wilkening will present Lessons of the Holocaust: Become an Upstander Not a Bystander at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17, in Heritage Hall above the Lisbon Public Library.

Lisbon purchases thermal cameras
January 11, 2018
Police chief Rick Scott recently purchased two thermal imaging cameras for the Lisbon Police Department.

Lisbon speech team season kicks off with conference contest Saturday
by Nathan Countryman · January 11, 2018
Large group speech season is just around the corner.

Local students attend NEIBA Honor Jazz Band
January 11, 2018
Several local students were invited to perform with an honor band Jan. 6.

Mechanicsville receives new defibrillator
January 11, 2018

Mechanicsville receives new defibrillator
January 11, 2018
Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation recently awarded a grant to Mechanicsville Fire & Ambulance. The grant was awarded Saturday, Jan. 6, at 10 a.m. at the Firehouse Subs Restaurant at 180 Collins Road, Cedar Rapids.

Mount Vernon speech showcase Saturday night
by Nathan Countryman · January 11, 2018
Mount Vernon High School is fielding one of the largest speech teams in program history this year, with 72 members. This includes a first for Mount Vernon - a full ninth-grade team, said large group speech head coach Grant Freeman.

Robotics team off to strong start
by Lily Brown & Dashiell Yamanishi Special to the Sun · January 11, 2018
The Mount Vernon Parks and Rec LEGO robotics teams are in the midst of a successful season.

Water quality, budget highlights of 2018 state legislative session
by Nathan Countryman · January 11, 2018
A water quality bill is a high priority for local legislators for the session that began this week.
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