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It was roughly eight years ago when Woodbine resident Sherri Webb began rescuing and raising monarch butterflies. “There was a really bad freeze in Mexico that year, and it took 25% of … more
Residents of Dunlap will soon see work beginning on multiple upgrades to visitor-heavy areas of town. Changes to the pool, basketball courts and areas of Pleasant View Park have all received … more
DES MOINES – Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig announced today that the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is now accepting applications for the 2024 Specialty Crop Block … more
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig spent time at IGNITE Pathways in Woodbine last Friday, where he learned about the facility's Land and Cattle Program and the experience it provides for area … more
Multiple speakers presented at a meeting of the Iowa Corn Growers at the Rand Community Center in Missouri Valley last Friday, including Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig. Ahead of Naig … more
The Boyer Valley FFA chapter attended sub-districts on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at Tri-Center High School in Neola, Iowa, where it competed against 10 other schools. Results are listed below. Public … more
The Dunlap Community Visioning Program has several projects of note that should be coming to fruition over the course of the year. The first is a new “pocket park” for the space … more
1924 More than 120 high school basketball teams from southern Iowa, including three in Harrison County, have received invitations to compete in the twelfth-annual cage tournament at Simpson … more
DES MOINES –  Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig encourages eligible Iowa farm owners to apply for Century or Heritage Farm recognition as part of the Iowa Department of Agriculture … more
SIOUX CITY – Western Iowa Tech Community College (WITCC), located in Sioux City, has announced students who earned academic honors for the fall 2023 semester. Students named to the … more
DES MOINES – The National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA) has opened the application period for the annual Lt. Governors’ STEM Scholarship Program, sponsored by ACT, to award up … more
The Woodbine American Legion Post No. 143 is sponsoring a candidate for attendance at the 2024 “Boys State” camp in Des Moines this June. This program is Iowa’s premier hands-on … more
The Virgil for Congress campaign has announced that Kevin Virgil, a former U.S. Army Ranger and member of the intelligence community, has secured the necessary signatures to appear on the Republican … more
Enterprise Media Group's new executive editor and general manager is ready to become integrated in the community and work with fellow EMG staff. Kevin Bumgarner's first day at EMG was Feb. 8. As … more
Editor's note: A subcommittee hearing on Senate Study Bill 3168 was held Monday morning. The bill advanced 2-1 with a recommendation for an amendment. Sen. Janice Weiner (D – Iowa City) voted … more
Editor's note: The winner of this award was announced on the evening of Tuesday, Feb. 6, which fell after the Reporter's deadline. DENISON – Sixth-generation Iowa farmer and regenerative … more
The Iowa State University Pappajohn Center for Entrepreneurshipis proud to announce the outstanding achievement of Cam Reiman, founder of Spock’s Sanctuary, who secured first place … more
On Saturday, Feb. 3, the Logan-Magnolia Board of Education announced the hiring of Jacob Hedger as the district's new superintendent in a release posted to the school's website and social media. … more
Students from Missouri Valley, Logan-Magnolia and Woodbine competed in an Iowa High School Speech Association (IHSSA) competition at Ankeny Centennial High School on Saturday, with all students … more
Shortly after the Perry High School shooting on Jan. 4, the Boyer Valley Middle School student council knew that it wanted to lend a helping hand to those affected. Spearheaded by Harper … more
The first legislative coffee of the new year was held at the Logan Community Center on Saturday, Jan. 27. State Rep. and House Majority Leader Matt Windschitl was in attendance; State Sen. Mark … more
On Wednesday, Jan. 24, U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra stopped at the Harrison County Farm Bureau in Logan for a meeting with 16 area farmers that lasted roughly one hour. Counties represented at the … more
WEST BRANCH, IOWA – The Hoover Presidential Foundation will award over $60,000 in scholarships to Iowa students this year. This is the 27 th year of the annual Herbert Hoover Uncommon Student … more
Jimmy King Scholarship applications and information sheets are now available in all Harrison County Guidance Counselor’s offices. Any Harrison County 2024 graduating senior who plans to further … more
AMES, Iowa – With more bitter cold days in the forecast, livestock and pet owners need to be vigilant about the care they give to outdoor animals. While many hobby farm animals in Iowa are … more
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