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October 30th

Lot for sale

City to sell land next to City Hall

SOLON– The property next to Solon City Hall is for sale.
A developer approached the city with a plan to build a two-story mixed-use building on the former residential lot, and the city has given other interested parties until the morning of Nov. 19 to submit alternate plans.
At an Oct. 16 meeting, council members approved resolution 19-46, setting a Nov. 20 public hearing on the disposal of 120 W. Main Street, a property acquired by the city along with the current city hall site.

Recreation Department trunk or treat at SRNA

SOLON– The rain went away just in time.
The Solon Recreation Department hosted its first-ever trunk or treat in the parking lot outside the Timber DOME Lodge at the Solon Recreation and Nature Area on Saturday, Oct. 19.
Eleven vehicles representing local businesses and organizations handed out candy to a parade of children wearing costumes.
Solon Recreation Administrative Assistant McKenzie McIlrath said an estimated 170 people attended and she hopes it will become an annual event.

More blood!

Zombie face painting at the library

SOLON– It isn’t often you hear teenagers asking for head wounds.
But such calls were frequent at the Solon Public Library Oct. 10 as the organizer of the Iowa City Zombie March visited for a workshop on appearing undead.
Joshua Christain taught about a dozen Solon teenagers how to make their face paler and to darken their cheekbones and under their eyes as part of the library’s weekly Creative, Amazing Teens (C.A.T.S.) program for fifth through 12th graders.

October 25th

Bolts get the best of the V-ball J-Hawks

Hartmann’s 14 kills pushes Liberty past CR Jefferson

CEDAR RAPIDS– Liberty High entered the final week of the regular season with a 3-1 win over Cedar Rapids Jefferson in the J-Hawks’ nest. Jefferson gave the Lightning a scare with a 25-17 win in the first set but the rest of the match belonged to the Bolts with 25-23, 25-16, and 25-22 wins.
Cassidy Hartmann produced 14 kills to lead Liberty with 13 from LeeAnn Potter. Rylee Fay made 25 assists with 21 from Haley Hested. Hartmann had Liberty’s only solo block of the match, while Lauren Roman made four block assists. Sydney Woods, Hartmann, and Schmierer made two ace serves each.

Creek Boys earn first WaMaC XC title

Barker, O’Connor and Sexton finish 2, 3, 4 for CCA

MANCHESTER– The No. 1-ranked Clear Creek Amana (CCA) varsity boys cross country team picked up its first WaMaC Conference championship Thursday, Oct. 17, at the Hart Ridge Golf Course in Manchester. The Clippers topped the field with 30 points, followed by runner-up Center Point-Urbana (CPU) with 65.
The Creek Boys placed four runners in the top 10, led by junior Brandon Barker. Barker came in second roughly five seconds behind Champion Eli Larson from CPU. Nick O’Connor was third in 16:33.80, Jack Sexton was fourth in 16:40.40, and Gavin Zillyette was eighth in 16:56.90.

Creek Boys fall to Lancers

North Scott runs over CCA, 35-7

ELDRIDGE– Clear Creek Amana’s (CCA) varsity football team found themselves on the wrong side of a 35-7 final score Friday, Oct. 18, as it fell to the Lancers of North Scott, Eldridge in a Class 3A District 5 contest.
Jordan Krauss, a junior, scored the Clippers’ only touchdown on a 14-yard pass reception from Ben Swails. Anthony Hennes, also a junior, booted the point-after kick through the uprights.

Senior Night success for “Troy Boltons’” swimmers

Liberty’s Martin wins 50-freestyle and 100-fly, Trent wins 500-freestyle

CORALVILLE– The combined team of Iowa City West High (ICW) and Liberty High swimmers honored nine seniors: Lily Ernst (ICW), Carmela Cohen-Suarez (ICW), Martina Schianchi (ICW), Amber Rose (ICW), Austyn Goodale (ICW), Alanna Lair (ICW), Audrey Wubbena (Washington), Katelyn Sharp (Liberty), and Laurel Haverkamp (ICW) on Tuesday, Oct. 15, for Senior Night, before dominating the visiting Linn-Mar Lions.
The Trojan-Bolt junior varsity (JV) defeated the Lions, 139-40, while the varsity won, 128-58.

Lucky breaks boost Bolts past Knights

Liberty High upsets Assumption Catholic, 14-7

NORTH LIBERTY– A pair of lucky breaks bounced Liberty High’s way in the fourth quarter of a varsity football game against Davenport Assumption Catholic Friday, Oct. 18, at Liberty.
The Lightning upset the Knights 14-7 in a game with potential playoff ramifications.

Four running for three council seats in Oxford

Introducing Patricia “Pat” Lewis

OXFORD– Four candidates are on the ballot for three city council seats in Oxford.
Incumbent Lorena Weppler is joined by challengers David Cook, Bryan Cooling and Patricia Lewis for three seats on the council, with a four-year term.

Your guide to Trick-or-Treat Hours across the North Liberty Leader area

NORTH LIBERTY– Halloween, or “All Hallows Eve,” or “Hallowe’en,” if you prefer a truly vintage variation, is of course Thursday, Oct. 31. Municipalities set their own official hours for trick-or-treating, generally from near sunset to mid-evening. Below are the times as compiled from across the Leader’s coverage area.
North Liberty — Thursday, Oct. 31, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.