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Posted February 23, 2017in Web Exclusives, Waukee

New Internet access provider coming to Waukee

Residents and businesses of Waukee will soon have access to fiber-to-the-home Internet service provided by mi-fiber, a new Internet access provider. mi-fiber will be constructing an active Fiber-to-the-Home network that is designed specifically for delivering supremely fast and consistent Internet service. Construction is anticipated to begin early- to mid-summer. For more information,

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Posted February 23, 2017in Web Exclusives, Waukee

Waukee transitions two summer festivals to non-profit committee

At the Feb. 21 Waukee City Council meeting, City festival funds were handed over to the new “Waukee Festivals” non-profit group, spearheaded by Waukee residents Talia Farmer and Kathryn Sandie. The group will now be in charge of organizing and putting on two annual festivals — Celebrate Waukee and BACooN Sizzles

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Posted January 31, 2017in Web Exclusives, Waukee

Bottenberg appointed to Waukee City Council

At the Jan. 30 special meeting, the Waukee City Council voted unanimously to approve the appointment of Charlie Bottenberg to fill the vacant fifth seat on the at-large council. The seat was vacated by former City Councilman Rick Peterson earlier this month, who stepped down to take a position with

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Posted January 03, 2017in Web Exclusives, Waukee

Waukee issued record-breaking 1,124 building permits in 2016

The City of Waukee’s Development Services Department issued a total of 1,124 building permits in 2016 — nearly a 25 percent increase from the previous record set in 2015. Of the 1,124 building permits issued by the City, 278 were for single-family housing, 271 were for townhomes, 14 were for multi-family

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Posted December 01, 2016in Community Web Exclusives, Waukee

Soprano Madeline Judge to perform in Waukee

The Waukee Area Arts Council presents Soprano Madeline Judge “From Europe with Love”
 on Saturday, Dec. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at Bucksbaum Auditorium at The Caspe Terrace
, 33158 Ute Avenue, Waukee
. Tickets are $12 Adults and $6 Students through high school. Tickets are available online at WaukeeArts.org, at the Waukee Hardware or at the door (as available)

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Posted November 08, 2016in Web Exclusives, Waukee

Hundreds of Waukee Middle schoolers to salute police officers 

In response to the tragic deaths of Des Moines Police Sergeant Tony Beminio and Urbandale Police Officer Justin Martin, approximately 700 students from Waukee Middle School plan to salute police and fire/EMS personnel on Wednesday, Nov. 9 at 2 p.m. The students will travel to the Waukee Public Safety Building,

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Posted July 19, 2016in In Living, Community Web Exclusives, Web Exclusives, Waukee

Waukee Area Arts Council Hosts Iowa Shakespeare Experience’s International Award Winning short play ROMEO and JULIET; THRICE TOLD TALES And Stay for the Movie in the Park

Waukee, Iowa – The Waukee Area Arts Council hosts Iowa Shakespeare Experience’s Romeo and Juliet; Thrice Told Tales by Lorenzo Sandoval as a part of an evening featuring a variety of original one-act plays and music. The event is free and will be on Friday, July 22 at 7:00 pm

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Posted July 15, 2016in Web Exclusives, Waukee

Waukee Area Arts Council ANNOUNCES Award Winners from the Waukee Arts Festival

Waukee, Iowa – The Waukee Area Arts Council announces the award winners from the Waukee Arts Festival sponsored by Stivers Ford Lincoln on Sunday, July 10th. First Place: Kelly Kunzler, Kelly Kunzler Studios Kelly Kunzler is a graduate of Grandview University and currently lives in Ohio. Kunzler does paintings and

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Posted July 12, 2016in Community Featured, Community Blogs, Web Exclusives, Waukee

Anna Bergman to Fill Waukee City Council Vacancy

  Waukee, Iowa— At the July 11 Special Meeting, the Waukee City Council voted unanimously to approve the appointment of Anna Bergman to fill the vacant fifth seat on the at-large council. The seat was vacated by former City Councilman Shane Blanchard, who resigned on June 1. Bergman, who says

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Posted July 11, 2016in Web Exclusives, Waukee

Waukee Issued Record 1,054 Building Permits in FY 2016

Waukee, Iowa— For the third consecutive fiscal year, the City of Waukee’s Development Services Department issued a record number of building permits. Waukee Mayor Bill Peard cites Waukee’s desirable quality of life, sense of community and availability of developable land as contributing factors to the growth.  From July 1, 2015

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