Over the last decade, Sean Keller has forged a new barbecue tradition unique to Iowa with all the hickory smoke but none of the mystery that legendary flavors are often shrouded in.
Articles Tagged: North Liberty
Community Oct. 19, 2021 6:00 am409d ago
The community is invited to enjoy free to-go soup from some favorite local restaurants, available in drive-through format in the parking lot of the First United Methodist Church of North Liberty at 85 N. Jones Blvd. The variety of soups available are free to anyone in need of a hot meal. For those who wish to come out and support the Pantry, donations are accepted
Given the state’s recent about-face allowing construction on a new $395 million University of Iowa hospital in North Liberty to proceed, it should grant the same permission for construction of a nearby, unaffiliated $17.9 million ambulatory surgery center, the application states.
The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics’ second try to get a state certificate it needs to build a new $230 million facility off Interstate 380 is getting a second round of pushback just as the five-member State Health Facilities Council prepares to reconsider the project this week.
Community Aug. 11, 2021 8:00 am478d ago
North Liberty library will host a “Lighthouse in the Library” event looking back at how COVID-19 has impacted schooling, along with a discussion of the upcoming year and what it means to move education forward in the aftermath of a pandemic