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From Jan. 7-13, two winter storms brought significant impacts to eastern Nebraska and western Iowa. The first storm started to move in late Sunday night (Jan. 7) into early Monday morning, first as a … more
You've read our favorite headlines from last year – now it's time to go over our favorite photos. We take pride in documenting the sights of Harrison County over the course of a year, and these … more
In her Condition of the State address given last Tuesday, Jan. 9, Gov. Kim Reynolds touted last year's passing of the Students First Act, which allows taxpayer dollars to go towards students' private … more
The Associated Press called the Iowa caucus for former president Donald Trump, who is seeking a second term after a loss to President Joe Biden in 2020, at roughly 7:30 p.m. Monday night, well before … more
As we look forward to what's to come in 2024, the Times-News staff takes a look back at some of the headlines that ran in 2023 editions of the paper. Starting in July and running all the way through … more
Work on the four themes the Logan Community Visioning committee identified with the help of community members is still chugging along. Previous reporting from the Times-News shared that the city … more
DES MOINES, Iowa –  On Jan. 5, 2024, the Iowa State Medical Examiner performed the autopsies on the two decedents from the Perry High School active shooter event.  The deceased … more
The American Red Cross is experiencing an emergency blood shortage as the nation faces the lowest number of people giving blood in 20 years. The Red Cross blood supply has fallen to critically low … more
1954 The Harrison County Spelling Contest will be held Monday, March 22, in the Logan School auditorium, according to County Superintendent Van Cleave. Miss Edith Kuhl of Woodbine, a rural … more
1954 William (Bill) Crose, 36, assistant hog buyer for Wilson and Co., Inc. here, fell 123 feet to the bottom of a 127-foot open well and spent two harrowing hours there before being rescued by … more
As we look forward to what's to come in 2024, the Times-News staff takes a look back at some of the headlines that ran in 2023 editions of the paper. Starting in January and running all the way … more
You could call theater the family business in Kate Simmons' household. Most recently appearing in “Lend Me a Tenor” at the Harlan Community Theater in November, the director of the … more
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