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FB: Wolves top Big Reds
Wolves defense shuts down Big Reds IKM-Manning took advantage of Missouri Valley’s miscues to post a 49-8 win over the Big Reds in Class A, District 8 action in Missouri Valley on Sept. …
FB: Panthers outlast Trojans, 26-14
Second half lifts Panthers past Trojans Logan-Magnolia relied upon a punishing defense to secure a 26-14 win over Tri-Center in Class A, District 8 play on Sept. 17 at Tri-Center. “It was …
High School Football Standings - through Sept. 17
2021 High School Football ScoreBoard Sept. 17; Sept. 24; Oct. 1 Class A, District 10 Woodbury Central            …
FB: Bulldogs blank Hawkeyes
Hawkeyes mistakes cost in loss to Bulldogs West Harrison’s self-inflicted wounds continue to plague the offense, which resulted in a 26-0 loss to Boyer Valley in District 10 play on Sept. 11 …
FB: Late score lifts Crusaders past Tigers
Crusaders rally past Tigers A big first half was not enough, as Coon Rapids-Bayard rallied for a 56-54 win over Woodbine in District 10 action on Sept. 17 at Coon Rapids. “We felt we had …
VB: Lady Reds stay atop WIC
Lady Reds sweep WIC play Lady Reds take down Panthers Behind 31 kills and four blocks, Missouri Valley took care of Logan-Magnolia in Western Iowa Conference play on Sept. 13 in Missouri …
Our Special Publications

Nancy McCord, 80
Nancy McCord passed away on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021.
Wanda M. Olsen, 82
Wanda Mae Olsen passed away Sept. 15, 2021.
Janice J. Griffith, 83
Janice Jean Griffith passed away on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021.
Robert L. Stanislav, 83
Robert "Bob" Louis Stanislav died on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021.
Timothy F. Day, 64
Timothy Frederick Day passed away on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021.
Bonnie L. Ellison, 49
Bonnie Lee (Sigler) Ellison passed away on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021.
From the Opinion Page
It is ironic the Federal Government appointees are blaming the unvaccinated U.S. citizens for the new COVID-19 explosion. When at the same time, people – 900,000 so far and going up – are crossing the southern border, coming in hot with COVID in their body. Government appointees sprinkle these people into the interior of the U.S.
Crawford County Farm Bureau Board of Directors wants to remind everyone when traveling on rural roads to slow down at intersections, especially where there is tall corn.
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.
Life presents challenges to us all and most of us understand worry. There are enough ordeals along the way of life to cause each of us to worry our heads off. However, worry will never add another day to our lives. Worry will not smooth a wrinkle, dry a tear or eliminate disease, poverty. It will not keep someone from harm. Worry has never prevented bad news or bad things from happening.
Twenty years ago, on a bright, clear-skied September morning, our nation was attacked. Many of us probably remember where we were on that fateful, horrific day. I know I do.
I don’t remember a time when we did not have a television in our home as I grew up. The black and white Zenith sat next to the roll-top desk in the living room and often provided night-time entertainment for the family.
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Do you prefer fall campfires or fall bonfires?

Early fall is Homecoming, and Homecoming is bonfires. But early fall is also the last chance to camp before winter weather rolls in. Do you prefer fall bonfires with the crowd or a quiet night by …

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