The Lenox Time Table Area News

Library renovation progresses; projected costs reviewed for walking trail

Lenox City Council heard updates on the library renovation, sesquicentennial celebration, and reviewed costs for updating the tennis courts and construction of a walking trail to the golf course at their April 26 meeting. Library renovation City administrator, Allison Kitzman, met with the contractor, engineer, and library director to discuss library repairs. Kitzman said they…

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Clarification on administration salaries

Lenox School Board approved salaries at their April meeting. The administration salaries listed in the April 21 edition of the Lenox Time Table included their salaries and benefits. The following is a breakdown of salaries and benefits for superintendent and principals. Superintendent Dave Henrichs: salary – $155,000 benefits – $57,793.06 Total – $212,793.06 Secondary principal…

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Spencer Brown picked by Buffalo Bills in NFL draft

Spencer Brown traded in his UNI Panther jersey for a Bullalo Bills jersey after being the 93rd pick in the third round of the NFL Draft on Friday night. Brown, a 2016 graduate of Lenox, played for UNI. He declared for the NFL draft in August of 2020 and then spent from August through March…

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Walk-in COVID vaccine clinic schedule

Taylor and Adams County Public Health will be transitioning to walk-in clinics starting now through the month of May.  Currently they will be available at the following locations on the given day/time: TAYLOR COUNTY, UNITED CHRISTIAN PRESBRYTRIAN CHURCH – BEDFORD Wednesday, May 5th, 1 – 6pm Saturday, May 8th, 9am – 3pm Wednesday, May 12th 1…

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Secondary Roads goes to summer hours

The Taylor County Secondary Roads Department and Engineer’s Office will be going to summer hours starting Thursday, May 6, 2021. Their hours will run from 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday until further notice. The Engineer’s Office can be contacted at 712-523-2167 on Fridays in case of a road emergency. If you have…

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Clearfield City Council votes to borrow money to pay gas bill

Clearfield City Council met in special session on Tuesday, March 2 to discuss the high natural gas bill for February. The council voted to borrow $135,000 from State Savings Bank for up to six months. The mayor and city clerk will sign the loan papers. The council also approved to serve as fiscal sponsor for…

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New office hours for LMU starting March 8

Lenox Municipal Utilities Board approved a change in office hours, water rate study, customer support agreement for the generator, and asked for direction on where to spend the economic dollars available at their February 11 meeting. The board approved the resignation of Brooke Pafford effective March 5. Office employees Jamie Brown and Trisha Mains did…

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Debbie Larson Photography grows from hobby to national recognition

Debbie Larson has gone from taking pictures as a hobby to having her photos featured in national magazines that in just three short years. Debbie’s Lenox senior photos of Jordan England and Cullen Wood, along with five other area seniors were recently chosen to be featured in Senior Year magazine. Debbie’s photos were chosen out…

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Zabel Retires after 43 years at ISSB

Gary Zabel retired as Lenox Branch President of Iowa State Savings Bank on December 31st. Zabel started working at the bank as a part time teller in high school and has dedicated 43 years of service to the bank. Zabel’s primary focus was on agricultural lending. ISSB Executive Vice President, Kevin Stewart, stated “Gary was…

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