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FB: Big Reds fall short in home opener
Big Reds fall short in first two district battles Tri-Center scored on all eight first half possessions to record a 56-30 win over Missouri Valley in the Class A, District 8 opener on Sept. 10 in …
HS Football Standings - thru 9-15-2021
2021 High School Football ScoreBoard Sept. 3; Sept. 10; Sept. 17 Class A, District 10 Woodbury Central            …
FB: Hawkeyes battle top league foes
Hawkeyes keep battling in tough district West Harrison had a tough home opener, falling to Cumberland-Anita-Massena, 52-14, in the District 10 home opener on Sept. 10 in Mondamin. “We …
FB: Tigers defense shines in Homecoming Rout
Tigers top Spartans in Homecoming rout Woodbine knew their team was close after the first two games of the season. The Tigers put all three phases together resulting in a 64-12 Homecoming rout …
VB: Lady Reds take two tournament titles
MV VB Recap Lady Reds win home net title Missouri Valley won the Lady Reds Volleyball Invitational on Sept. 4 in Missouri Valley. MV’s Maya Contreraz, Ella Myler and Addi Huegli were …
VB: Panthers net ninth win of season
Lo-Ma takes runner-up honors at Spartan Invite   Panthers sweep MVAOCOU triangular Logan-Magnolia picked up a pair of wins at the Maple Valley-Anthon-Oto Charter Oak-Ute triangular on …
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Obituaries
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.
James C. King Jr., 83
James Calvin King Jr. died on Sept. 7, 2021.
Robert Thompson, 78
Robert "Bob" Thompson passed away on Sept. 7, 2021.
Beverly D. Coyle, 89
Beverly Dawn (Burger) Coyle passed away on Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021.
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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.
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I didn’t send my young children to school that day, though the two who were old enough to attend school were ready and even excited for the day ahead of them. I got a phone call as I was …
Discovering the origins of COVID-19 is about preventing another pandemic. Maybe Communist China can’t be forced to tell the truth, but Congress must compel the National Institutes of Health and …
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) called on President Biden to promptly appoint qualified individuals to the position of Chief Agricultural Negotiator at the Office of the United States Trade Representative and the role of Under Secretary for Trade and Foreign Agricultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of Agriculture.