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A new free clothing ministry will be opening up at the Lifeline Church in Dunlap on Dec. 10, with plans to open up on the second Saturday of each month after that. “I have thought about this … more
In the fall of 2021, Margo Hansen of the Dunlap Parks and Wellness Board wrote an application for the Jimmy King Grant for new playground equipment and surfacing at Pleasant View Park. Jimmy King, … more
MISSOURI VALLEY, IA — CHI Health Missouri Valley recently had a new piece of equipment donated that will grace the hall of the oncology department: A bell. The bell was donated by oncology … more
In the case of an emergency, it has become common practice to pick up the nearest phone and dial 911 to report emergencies and receive help. This system was established in the year 1968 and has grown … more
The Crawford County Community Foundation awarded $12,500 to Crawford County historical sites during its Fall 2022 Grant Cycle. Including these most recent grants, the Crawford County Community … more
This past Saturday, the Boyer Valley Youth Organization hosted a chili and soup cook-off and auction at the 4H County Fairgrounds in order to raise money for various needs. “We had a good … more
Beloved Town and Country Store employee Paula Riester worked her last shift on Friday before entering into a new chapter: retirement. Working as a clerk and cooking in the kitchen since 2005, … more
The Harrison County Community Foundation awarded $92,500 to Harrison County nonprofit organizations and community projects during its Fall 2022 Grant Cycle. Including these most recent grants, the … more
The American Legion has been a mainstay for decades in both Dow City and Dunlap. This past Friday, both posts were represented at the Boyer Valley Veterans Day program, which saw several veterans … more
Christmas time is either here or quickly approaching, depending on what kind of person you are, and that also means it’s time for Dunlap’s annual Shop Hop. Businesses stay open late, … more
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, Harrison County voters went to the polls to make their voices heard, with the most notable local race being for the Board of Supervisors. Republicans Brian Rife and Tony Smith … more
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