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The Boyer Valley School District considered shrinking class sizes and fewer applicants to open positions at the March school board meeting. more
A question was posed to Boyer Valley students in their social studies class. How can you be a better citizen? more
State Representatives Matt Windschitl and Steve Holt s well as Senator Jason Schultz were on hand to discuss current and upcoming legislation during the sole Legislative coffee this year. The Logan Kiwanis Club and the Logan Chamber of Commerce partnered to host the event on Saturday, March 27, at the Logan Community Center. Though the two organizations generally host three such occasions every year, the COVID-19 pandemic prevented earlier gatherings. more
If these walls could talk, one would hear the laughter of children, prayers of nuns and perhaps discussions of lumber as the builder and resident were involved in lumber yards. Right across the street from St. Patrick's Church in Dunlap sits the John R. Wheeler Jr. House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1897 by John R. Wheeler Sr. more
When an Iowa City police officer in 1996 accidentally shot and killed Eric Shaw, an artist working late in his father’s office, Troy Kelsay wasn’t the one who fired the gun but knew police had made a terrible mistake when he saw blood flow from Shaw’s body. more
Harrison County Development Corporation, the first countywide economic development organization in Iowa, presented the Harrison County Board of Supervisors with an annual report and sought increased funding this year. more
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