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Lo-Ma’s Johnson officially signs with Wyoming
The process of taking official visits and looking at potential colleges can be an overwhelming experience. But once Logan-Magnolia senior standout Rex Johnsen took his official visit to Laramie, Wy, he quickly knew this was where he wanted to be.
2022 Sports Calendar
Jan. 3 - 13, 2022 Jan. 3   5 p.m., Wr (JV) – MV, WH @ Westwood Invite Jan. 4 5:30 p.m., Wr. – Dual @ Logan (Woodbine, Atlantic, OABCIG, Lo-Ma) 6 p.m., BB (G/B) …
2021-22 Hoop Scoop
11-29-2021 @ Dunlap West Harrison 34 Boyer Valley 56 Scoring: Jamison Martin 5; Brody Gore 4; Nolan Birdsall 10; Abe Pavlik 8; Jason Barry 7. Rebounds: Martin 2; Gore 5; Birdsall 11; Pavlik …
JV Mat Report
MV Results   Bracket 2: Parker Ferris – 2-2, Fifth place Bracket 6: Quinn Herman – 0-3, Eighth place Bracket 7: Colton Beckner – 0-3, Eighth place Bracket 8: …
2021 MVTN Top-10 Sports List
Another year has passed faster than a blink of an eye, and here I am doing another recap of this amazing year on the Harrison County sports scene. Once again, I have witnessed several great moments I am happy to be a part of, and I look forward to doing it all over again in 2022. Now, onto the Top-10. . .
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Obituaries
Joel Hoyt, 49
Joel Hoyt passed away on Saturday, Jan. 15, 2022
Ralph Kramer, Sr., 94
Ralph Joseph Kramer Sr. died on Jan. 9, 2022.
William J. Stuckey, 91
William John Stuckey passed away on Sunday, Jan. 9, 2022.
Muriel M. Grimm Alger, 91
Muriel Mary Eickman Grimm Alger passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022.
Wilma L. Hansen, 92
Wilma Lou (Mills) Hilts, Hansen passed away Sunday Jan. 9, 2022.
Darrell A. Coyle, 90
Darrell Arthur Coyle passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022.
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Hoodwinked by LOMA School District Election Once again, like the previous three times, the taxpayers in LOMA school district are being asked to vote on a school bond on March 1. The last three …
Dear Editor: We live in a world filled with violence. The deadly Michigan school shooting was, very sadly, yet another example. While many of us ached and prayed for the victims and their …
Dear Editor, As winter settles in, I want to take a moment to recognize everyone for making "The Little Christmas Store" a success, once again. After missing a year, we had great response from …
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 …
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In the split second before the crash, a warning flashed through my brain. I am pretty sure I squeezed my eyes shut and waited for the sound of breaking glass, but it was not the glass that broke. Yesterday morning when I opened my cupboard door, a juice glass tumbled from the top shelf. It took a nosedive directly to the counter below. Unfortunately, my just-poured mug of morning coffee took the hit.
When I walked out the door at the Des Moines Register for the final time on Dec. 12, 2014, there was an unfinished piece of work tucked away in a box of assorted stuff I carried.
We had difficulties when we were growing up in Martin county, Kentucky but overall, we thought we were doing okay. President Lyndon Johnson came to Inez, Ky. in 1964 to let us know we weren’t doing very well. He began his campaign in our community and we became the poster child for American poverty. We hadn’t really thought of ourselves as poor until we started hearing about ourselves in the news.
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