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Moorhead Fire and Rescue hosted a spaghetti dinner Monday, March 15 More than 215 meals were served and the volunteer crew brought in more than $4,500 in donations to use on much-needed equipment. more
Buster Keaton, or “The Great Stone Face,” as he was known for his deadpan comedy expression was a star of silent films. His back-to-back films from 1920-1929 were proof of his dedication to his craft and his hard work did not go unnoticed. The great film critic, Roger Ebert, once called him one of the greatest actor/directors in the history of filmmaking. His career was so legendary that the American Film Institute named him the 21st best male actor in the history of Hollywood. more
Get your dye, markers, crayons and stickers ready. The Missouri Valley Chamber of Contest invites citizens of all ages to get creative this spring and enter decorated Easter eggs in a contest. more
The West Harrison Board of Directors was encouraged to consider the aging facility and outdated tech at the March 10 regular meeting. Superintendent Marty Fonley reported that the district will soon need to upgrade internet in the building, to create better wireless reception throughout. more
Lewis and Clark’s Expedition explored the area of present-day Harrison County as many of you are aware. But there was one member of the group who had not volunteered for the journey. York was a slave, an African American, who was brought by William Clark on the trip. York had been born in Virginia in 1770 into slavery and was owned by the Clark family. more
The Harrison County Board of Supervisors decided to move forward with the Melody Oaks Road Assessment District at their March 11 regular meeting. The matter was first brought to the county board in 2018, but died due to a lack of interest. more
Harrison County roads may soon see an increase of UTVs, as the Harrison County Board of Supervisors held the second reading of the UTV ordinance at the March 11 regular meeting. more
In December 2020 City Council heard a recommendation from Bob Reisland, Street Department Supervisor, to replace holiday street decorations. City funding is limited with several major project planned for the near future, so the Missouri Valley Chamber of Commerce offered to possibly assist with the downtown decorations. more
The largest COVID vaccination clinic to date in Harrison County went very well, thanks to a perfect space for the event, and many volunteer helpers, according to Public Health Administrator Brad Brake. more
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