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On one fateful day in November of 1868, Yellow Smoke, who was chief of the Omaha tribe, met an unexpected demise after a visit to Dunlap went wrong. According to Crawford County history compiled … more
Students from Scott Thompson Martial Arts of Logan recently competed at the TaeKwonDo America tournament in Omaha. The students come from several towns in Harrison County to participate in what … more
Byron Vennink, an Operations Technician and Park Ranger for the Harrison County Conservation Board (HCCB), was recently recognized as he celebrated 25 years on the job. Growing up in rural … more
From the nonfiction sections of the Dunlap Public Library: No Grid Survival Projects by Sophia Hall & Rusty Matthews What are you going to do when the lights go out? That's not the starting … more
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
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