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Individuals from across the region gathered at Iowa Western Community College on Tuesday, April 18, to compete in Special Olympics track. The goal of Special Olympic competitions is for individuals … more
The aurora borealis, more commonly known as the northern lights, was visible over Dunlap on Sunday night. The lights were visible in areas that they usually aren’t due to a large burst of … more
WOODBINE, IOWA – Students at IGNITE Pathways of Woodbine will be able to learn about indoor agriculture this fall, thanks to a “farm-in-a-box” donated by Woodbine Municipal Light … more
Thomas Hast, junior at Boyer Valley, signed up for Statewide Youth Broadband Advisory Council (SYBAC) at the urging of the school’s tech director, Shelley Foster. “When I first … more
Ann Hanigan Kotz, an author who grew up in Denison and currently resides in Adel with her husband, John, stopped by the Dunlap Public Library on Sunday to promote her first novel, “The Journey … more
Fire departments throughout Monona County were busy last week as the weather conditions (dry and high winds) were just right for fires to spread. One of those fires was located in the Loess … more
Demonstration of election equipment Mark Fredericks, account manager for Henry M. Adkins & Son Inc. Election Services, provided a demonstration of new election equipment for Harrison County … more
MISSOURI VALLEY, IA — Her mom drove her to Woodbine from Soldier. Now she’s tossing a medicine ball back and forth with CHI Health Woodbine Physical Therapist Marissa Knott. And singing. … more
Enterprise Media Group (EMG) has announced a transition in roles, effective Monday, March 20. Curt Hineline, editor for the Oakland-Independent, Lyons Mirror-Sun and West Point News, has … more
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