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WH's Nunez steps out of dugout for final time
WH’s Nunez caps season, career By Matt Gengler sports@missourivalleytimes.com West Harrison’s Tony Nunez has routinely found himself on a baseball diamond on any given summer …
Midland's Joanne Bracker selected as IGHSAU First Lady honor
Joanne Bracker Named 14th Recipient of IGHSAU First Lady Award   Former Midland University (Fremont, Neb.) women’s basketball coach, Joanne Bracker, has been named the recipient of …
2021 Teams of Summer
A look at the promising young squads of the Logan-Magnolia youth baseball and softball teams
2021 Teams of Summer
2021 Teams of Summer This is the third week of the July series, Teams of Summer, featuring the youth baseball and softball teams from Woodbine  
2021 Lo-Mo. Valley Golf Champions
The 2021 Logan-Missouri Valley Golf Championships were decided on July 18, as both Men's and Women's titles were award and honored.   
BB: Panthers run halted in District Finals
Lo-Ma advances to District Final   Logan-Magnolia won two of three games last week (July 12-17), advancing to the Class 1A District Finals, as the 2021 high school baseball season finished …
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Obituaries
Burdell Y. Stirtz, 95
Celebration of Life for Burdell Stirtz will be July 31, 2021.
Max F. Handbury, 73
Max Frank Handbury passed away on July 15, 2021.
Cindy A. Manley, 67
Cynthia A. Manley died on July 19, 2021.
Garald L. Rodewald, 79
Garald Lee “Gary” Rodewald passed away Monday, July 19, 2021.
Edward F. Hornbeck, 88
Edward Frank Hornbeck passed away on Wednesday, July 14, 2021.
Kathryn E. Pfalzgraf, 75
Kathryn Eileen Pfalzgraf graveside service was held Tuesday, July 20, 2021.
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Letters
To the Editor, Mr. Schauer and Ms. Creasman wrote a pitiful plea to their followers (Times News July 14) to be “Silent No More.” Their call to action for support of …
It was a relief to read the recent Letter to the Editor submitted by Benjamin Schauer and Jan Creasman. Their letter strongly outlined our current political climate, but did so in a respectful manner. They asked the reader to think, rather than telling the reader what to think.
After my last editorial in this paper on the extreme property tax increases being forced on Harrison County taxpayers, I was tipped off to dig deeper into what really is going on with our County Assessor and Boards.
It’s no secret that Iowa’s future is on unsteady ground. As progressive and liberally minded citizens, we’ve forfeited our seat at the table by allowing tunnel visioned, hyper-conservative idealogues to take and maintain power.
In the last two years, Harrison County has been hit with substantial property tax increases. The assessor claims it is based on what she feels you can get for your property. Throw out the assessed …
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Not a breath of air stirred that warm South Dakota night as I followed my farmer dad and brothers into the front yard. Through the open kitchen windows, silverware clattered and kettle covers clanked. Mom and the older girls were putting supper on the table.
“Hey, DeAnn! Come help me. It’ll be fun!” he said. When I was six I idolized my older brother. Seldom did he have to work too hard to persuade me to follow in his adventures, and this was no exception.
A gut punch to Iowans. That’s the only way to describe the Biden Administration’s decision to roll back the previous administration’s Navigable Water Protection Rule. Sadly, for those of us who have been on the front lines of this fight since 2015, this news is not a surprise.
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