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Woodbine City Administrator Amber Nelson sought the Harrison County Board of Supervisors’ approval to establish an Urban Renewal Area at the Feb. 11 regular meeting. more
Boyer Valley FFA's Zayden Reffitt will advance to the FFA District competition for Creed Speaking after successfully competing at the sub-district level in Oakland on Wednesday, Feb. 3. more
’What do you want to be when you grow up?’ is a common question asked of students throughout their education. Schools today are focusing on the question more and more when it comes to curriculum and courses. In Southwest Iowa, a program, known as IGNITE Pathways, has been developed for regional students to help answer the question and find their career path at an earlier age (while saving a few extra dollars). Students will need to act fast to enroll for the Fall 2021 semester, as seats are limited for courses. more
Dunlap's Emma Dunham announced recently that she is no longer collecting aluminum cans for her fundraiser. more
The City of Dunlap applied for the State Revolving Fund loan program as well as Community Development Block Grants to upgrade the community's drinking water infrastructure. more
Harrison County Public Health held a vaccine clinic to administer vaccines to county law enforcement as well as second doses for others. more
Voters in Harrison, Shelby, and Monona Counties will be asked to renew a physical plant and equipment tax at a March 2, special election for the Woodbine Community School District. more
United Bank of Iowa recently donated $2,237 to the Check the Girls Foundation in Dunlap. The donation will provide financial assistance for mammograms and other breast health exams, as well as gas cards and meal certificates for people undergoing any type of cancer treatment. This money was raised during United Bank of Iowa’s UNITED TOGETHER Makes the Difference Cause Day effort. more
Harrison County Public Health Administrator Brad Brake offered a COVID-19 vaccine report and asked the Board of Supervisors to extend the mask mandate at the Jan. 28 regular board meeting. more
Conference Board members reviewed the Assessor’s Office Handbook at the Jan. 20 Harrison County Conference Board meeting, but its approval will have to wait. A conference board comprised of the county board of supervisors, mayors from each community in the county, and a school board member from each school district in the county oversees the county assessor. more
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