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Team / Group Shot photos of the 2021 State Cross Country participants.
State CC: Panther return to the Deck
State CC, 2021 Panthers return to the deck - land State Runner-Up Finish By Matt Gengler sports@missourivalleytimes.com They didn’t come home with the ultimate prize, but they did …
State CC: Big Reds cap outstanding season in Fort Dodge
State CC, 2021 Big Reds duo shine in Fort Dodge By Matt Gengler sports@missourivalleytimes.com It was a fantastic way to finish out to great careers, as Big Reds senior Cody Gilpin and …
State CC: Tigers run toward Top-10 State Finish
State CC, 2021 Strong performance leads Tigers to Top-10 State Finish By Matt Gengler sports@missourivalleytimes.com Woodbine’s cross country team kept riding the late-season wave …
State CC: Western Iowa / Western Valley Conference Results
2021 Individual Results Area Conferences Western Iowa Conference Class 1A Girls Audubon: 18) Stefi Beisswenger 20:29; IKM-Manning: 34) Emily Albertsen 21:14. Tri-Center: 41) Quincey …
FB: Panthers dominate Raiders
FB Playoffs: Panthers dominate Raiders By Matt Gengler sports@missourivalleytimes.com Logan-Magnolia scored on its first three possessions of the second quarter to post a 34-7 win in the …
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Cherrie D. Dawson, 72
Cherrie D. Dawson passed away Nov. 14, 2021.
Albert L. Kingery, Jr., 53
Albert Leroy Kingery Jr. passed away on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021.
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Robert Barkley Jordan died on Nov. 18, 2021.
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Timothy Kent Casteel passed away on Friday, Nov. 12, 2021.
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Betty Jean Hammer passed away on Thursday, Nov. 18, 2021.
Gary Lewis, 84
Gary Lewis passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021.
From the Opinion Page
Recently, the Supervisors were presented with the recommendation on how the committee thought they should spend the ARPA funding given to Harrison County by the federal government. Most of us at …
I would like to know why we can't get the same kind of news as the Blair Enterprise? There was an article in the Blair Enterprise (10/05/2021) that talked about a man trying to kill the Desoto Bend …
This is long overdue, but I felt a need to tell the residents of Missouri Valley how fortunate they were to have a police force that is not there to just keep the peace, but to provide any assistance …
Concerning the topic of the ARPA funding, this is what we now know: The Board of Supervisors knew of the Federal allocation of money in May 2021; the total amount the county received was …
Even if you never drive on a country road, chances are that you will end up following a combine, tractor pulling a grain cart or wagon, or even a semi-truck hauling grain. Please be patient, the …
Our parents grew up during the Great Depression. Later, they experienced the rationing of World War II. Being prepared for lean times was a way of life for them. Though Mom worked next to Dad on the farm, she always managed to raise and pack away plenty of food for winter. Why buy it when you can raise it? Every little bit helps! Mother adhered to both philosophies.
It’s time to talk about upcoming family dinners, autumn leaves and Aunt Hannah’s tofu casserole that will be sitting on our dinner table.
That certain … crispness? … in the air reminds me of one of my favorite story assignments over the past thousand years or so. I was a reporter/columnist/feature writer for The Anchorage Daily News, and since I had a tolerance for eccentricities in others … well, they called me the weirdo reporter.
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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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