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Brad Wilkening, a former teacher and coach with several school districts in Iowa, gave a presentation on ‘Lessons of the Holocaust’ at the Missouri Valley Public Library last Wednesday. … more
Iowa farmland values hit an all-time high in December, jumping to an average of $11,411 for a percentage increase of 17%. This comes a year after increasing by 29%. Alexis Stevens, who is a Farm … more
July Bertrand marker celebrates 50 years On July 9, right in front of the Steamboat Bertrand marker, members of the Nebraska Society Daughters of the American Colonists, the Nebraska State … more
Editor's note: Further updates will be provided if new information becomes available. At 1:02 p.m. on Wednesday, a message was sent out to parents of Logan-Magnolia students regarding a threat … more
LOGAN, Iowa — What do all profitable cow-calf operations have in common? A healthy calf crop on the ground, ready to develop for market. To help Iowa cattlemen and women prepare for a … more
If there are more pine needles on the floor than on the tree, it might be time to think about disposing of the Christmas tree.  When that time comes, there are a few ways to properly (and … more
MISSOURI VALLEY - The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will treat Nobles Lake with a low concentration of rotenone to eliminate rough fish. Nobles Lake, 95-acre cutoff oxbow lake … more
As the ice begins to thicken over the various fishing spots around Harrison County, that familiar itch starts to kick in again. But before going out in search of a bite (or several), it’s … more
Harrison County Home and Public Health updates David Sherer (administrator) and Lacey Ardery (administrative specialist) from Harrison County Home and Public Health provided various updates to … more
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