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Summer was nearly at end when we finally found the house we had been searching for. It was perfect. more
Logan Chief of Police Zach Cavalier – 18 years experience   Cavalier began his career with the West Point Nebraska Police Department, serving for two years before moving to southern … more
Registration costs for the ninth annual Embrace the Hills bike ride included one donated non-perishable item for Matthew's House. more
Many maintenance items that are crucial for fall and winter car care are the same that drivers want to take care of throughout the year, according to Josh Townsend at Motion Auto in Missouri Valley. more
Fall and winter driving present unique challenges for motorists. One of the chief concerns is staying on the road, and tires are key to keeping your vehicle moving safely. more
After closing due to the 2019 flood, Wilson Island Recreation Area reopened officially on Friday, Oct. 16. more
Missouri Valley Elementary’s Kindness Crew helps build a strong climate and culture at Missouri Valley Elementary, spread kindness, help with school-wide programs, and make MVE a safe and caring place! more
Despite the cancellation of the Missouri Valley Chamber of Commerce Halloween Parade, Steve Keller State Farm still plans to provide a virtual costume contest for any kids who are interested. more
The Harrison County Board of Supervisors continue to gather information regarding the Iowa Statewide Interoperable Communications System with less than a month before the Law Enforcement Agency VHF conventional network is decommissioned. more
Pathways Behavioral Services, with support from COVID Recovery Iowa, which provides a variety of recovery assistance, is offering free, virtual support groups for parents, teens, and pre-teens. more
Missouri Valley resident and business owner Christopher Gilpin sought, and was granted, the council’s approval to obtain liability estimates from the city’s insurance provider. more
According to Harrison County Board of Health Vice Chair Christy Jackson, as of Thursday, Oct. 15, Harrison County has the highest positivity percentage per capita in the state. more
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