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Missouri Valley Student Council members from sixth, seventh and eighth grade spent a day volunteering on April 20. With 23 students contributing, the students cleaned up the dog park and took a … more
The Missouri Valley City Council culminated weeks of discussion over the fire department’s relatively young paid EMT program with a decision to back it for the time being at its regular meeting … more
Fire departments throughout Monona County were busy last week as the weather conditions (dry and high winds) were just right for fires to spread. One of those fires was located in the Loess … more
Those who have a scanner know just how much the volunteer members of Missouri Valley Fire and Rescue have been put to work over the past couple of weeks. That’s thanks to the extremely dry … more
Bus driver shortages have plagued school districts all around the country, and Missouri Valley is no different. “Not only do we have seven routes to cover each day, a.m. and p.m., to … more
Springtime weather hit Harrison County last week bringing sunshine and warm temperatures. Along with the enjoyable weather came “field fire” season. Due to a combination of weather, … more
Demonstration of election equipment Mark Fredericks, account manager for Henry M. Adkins & Son Inc. Election Services, provided a demonstration of new election equipment for Harrison County … more
MISSOURI VALLEY, IA — Her mom drove her to Woodbine from Soldier. Now she’s tossing a medicine ball back and forth with CHI Health Woodbine Physical Therapist Marissa Knott. And singing. … more
Enterprise Media Group (EMG) has announced a transition in roles, effective Monday, March 20. Curt Hineline, editor for the Oakland-Independent, Lyons Mirror-Sun and West Point News, has … more
For its exemplary record of leadership, service and activities that improve the school and community, the Woodbine junior high/senior high student council has been recognized as a 2023 National … more
The future of Missouri Valley’s full-time EMS program was discussed during the city council’s regular meeting on Tuesday, April 4. While giving his update for the fire department, fire … more
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