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United Bank of Iowa recently donated $2,115 to the Matthew’s House food pantry in Mondamin. Matthew’s House, managed by the Methodist church in Mondamin, serves residents in Monona and Harrison counties. In addition to food, provided by Food Bank of the Heartland, they provide personal care items, paper products, and more. more
Dunlap Community Development Corporation sought, at the Oct. 13 City Council meeting, continued and potentially increased partnership with the City of Dunlap. more
Melody Oaks subdivision roadwork is completed for the season, though the remainder will be done in the coming year. Some residents asked that the Level C road, which was temporarily upgraded to a Level B, remain open to them. They addressed the situation with the Harrison County Board of Supervisors on Thursday, Oct. 14. more
Following the 2019 flood and 2020 pandemic, Harrison County Veterans Affairs Director Brittany Freet is ready to roll out the Home Base Iowa program in Harrison County. more
Onawa-Blencoe Council 6249 of the Knights of Columbus was presented the Columbian Award at its monthly meeting on Oct. 5. Presenting the plaque to grand knight Phil Morrow was district deputy Dennis Kluver of Sioux City. more
Each year for nearly 15, the Onawa-Blencoe Knights of Columbus #6249 clean up a stretch of roadway as part of a Keep America Beautiful campaign. more
A dozen Boyer Valley FFA members traveled to Maryville, Mo. on Oct. 7, to compete in the Northwest Missouri State University’s Fall FFA Career Development Events, and left as successful contestants. more
After announcing that the Pisgah Play Days would be canceled this year due in part to a lack of volunteers, the Pisgah Reach Out Group planned a Fall Festival instead, this Saturday, Oct. 16. more
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