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Trick or Treat In Allison Has Been Set For

Friday, October 31 from 5 to 7 p.m.

 

House Fire SE of Allison...

A rural fire Saturday afternoon totally destroyed the  home of Scott and Amanda Mitchell, located at 23136 255th St., 2 1/2 miles east of Innovative Ag Services on Highway 14 South of Allison.

Allison Fire, Parkersburg Fire and Allison Ambulance responded to the emergency. The cause of the blaze is not yet known.

 

Allison Fire Crew members continue to douse the remains of the burned home.

 

New Sign At J&C Grocery In Allison

Scott Lursen, J&C Grocery store manager, stands below the newly installed sign on the storefront. The new sign was installed Saturday morning with help from Chad Allison, Randy Schrage, Jerry Platter, Jeff Kielman and Darrell Thorne.

 

 

Open For Business...

Brianna Speedy of Allison stands in front of her newly-named shop, Now Hair This, on Allison's Main Street.

Brianna offers hair services to men and women as well as tanning and waxing. Brianna invites everyone to stop in and get acquainted. Appointments can be made by calling 319-215-9892.

 

 

 

Emerald Door Inn Expands...

The Emerald Door Inn, Allison's Motel on Highway 3, is nearing completion of a new addition to the motel complex. The new 2-level structure will add capacity on the upper and lower levels for transient motel patrons and the upper level features one larger unit which has the potential for longer term rental.

Randy and Joan Moad of Allison are the owner/operators of Emerald Door Inn.

 

 

Audit of City of Allison Released

Printable PDF

or a printed copy can be viewed at Allison City Hall

 

 

Gift Certificates available for Camping at Wilder Park
Have friends or relatives that enjoy camping? Then consider a camping gift certificate at beautiful Wilder Park at Allison. The cost per night of camping is $12.00. In addition to 52 spacious campsites; campers may enjoy 18 holes Frisbee golf, miniature golf, walking and bike trails, fishing ponds, three shelter houses, an enhance playground, tether ball, sand volleyball, a giant chess/checker board, wildflower prairies, shower house, dump station , entertainment center and eight tent camping sites. Wilder Park is one of a very few campgrounds that has extreme storm shelters. The gift certificates are available at Allison City Hall, 319-267-2245.

 

 

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UPCOMING

RED CROSS

BLOOD DRIVES

 

Shell Rock

October 29 from

1 p.m. - 6 p.m. at the Boyd Building, 303 Cherry St

 

Aplington

November 14 from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m., First Reformed Church, 905 Caldwell

 

Greene

November 12 from 12 p.m. - 5 p.m., North Butler HS, 201 North 5th St

 

The American Red Cross encourages donors to make a blood donation before the upcoming Holiday Season.

Click Here For A List Of  Upcoming Blood Donation Opportuniites

 

 

 


 

 Boone & Scenic

Valley Railroad

2014 Train Ride Schedule

and Informational Brochures Available at Star Graphics

 

 

 

 

 

 

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