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The Logan-Magnolia quartet of Evelyn Gomez, Mitchell Rose, Matthew Erickson and Samantha Yoder have been chosen to sing the National Anthem before the start of the 2022 Iowa High School State Track … more
Scott Weber Memorial Science Fair winners announced The Logan-Magnolia Community School Science Fair has a long history rich in tradition. The Lo-Ma biology room displays an entomology project … more
High School Commencement ceremonies this weekend The five Harrison County High Schools will celebrate high school graduation this weekend, May 15-16, across the area.  Shown below is a brief … more
In an effort to get the community of Modale interested in recycling, Kathy Dugdale, a member of the city council, registered the community for the TREX Bags to Benches program. If Modale collects 500 pounds or 40,500 plastic bags in six months they’ll give a bench made out of recycled bags. more
Each Harrison County community was recognized for its partnership with Harrison County Development Corporation at the HCDC Annual meeting on Thursday, April 28, at the Mondamin Community Center. more
Last spring bids were sought to add an age-appropriate playground for preschool students at Missouri Valley Elementary, according to Superintendent of Schools Dr. Brent Hoesing. Currently, Hoesing said, pre-school students have no play structure, and tots are not allowed to play on the elementary structures due to the liability. more
Jake Zimmerer with Olmsted and Perry, the engineering firm contracted with the City of Missouri Valley provided an update to council on the proposed street, water and roofing projects at the April 19 regular meeting. more
Woodbine's National Honor Society Induction ceremony was held on April 27. more
‘Gotta Have Faith’ concert set for May 7 A benefit concert for Ava Faith Fisher will be held on Saturday, May 7 at the Logan City Park. The admission fee, along with free will … more
Oviatt’s walk to benefit Ava Fisher Logan’s Court Oviatt woke up completely blind in Sept. 2013, as he suffered a stroke causing damages to the nerves, and there was nothing that could … more
Harrison County Conservation Board Director Scott Nelson reported to the Harrison County Board of Supervisors that HCCB was awarded a $400,000 CAT grant in Dec. 2021, but they were still facing a deficit for the Community Attraction and Tourism grant funding. more
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