LOGAN -- Red, blue, green, yellow. There were eggs everywhere at the Westmont Care Center in Logan April 13.
MISSOURI VALLEY — Have you wondered where you could do yoga, get a health screening, watch square dancing and sit inside a LifeNet helicopter all in one day, in one place?
Senator Rob Hogg (D-Cedar Rapids) and Senator Jackie Smith (D-Sioux City) have proposed a plan to help aid in disaster relief beyond what the Federal Government is offering those affected by the flood.
Harrison County Conservation Board will extend the length of allowable consecutive camping days at the Willow Lake Recreation Area and Schaben Park campgrounds.
LOGAN -- The Logan-Magnolia School District held their grades K-4 spring concert March 26. The St. Patrick's Day-themed concert was originally set for earlier in the month but had to be rescheduled.
The American Red Cross is partnering with 10 shelters in Nebraska and Southwest Iowa to assist those who have been displaced from their homes due to flooding.
DES MOINES — Main Street Iowa hosted the 33rd annual Main Street Iowa Awards celebration March 8 at the Scottish Rite Consistory in Des Moines.
LOGAN -- Another poultry confinement feeding operation construction permit will be soon be reviewed by the Harrison County Board of Supervisors and Matt Pitt.
WOODBINE -- Exposing people to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programming and the vast amount of resources available through it was the whole purpose of the Woodbine School STEM Festival February 28.
LOGAN -- Fifteen new members were inducted into the AMOL Chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS) at an initiation ceremony in the Logan-Magnolia School auditorium February 26.
*Editor's Note: In a prior print story, in the list of the main facets of the proposed project, there was an incorrect statement about one of them. And in another print story, there was an incorrect date stated for the election. The information below is correct. We apologize for the mistakes.
Local youth will now have a great resource at their fingertips to help them make informed decisions regarding fire prevention and safety thanks to a partnership between two organizations.
DES MOINES -- Three wrestlers from Logan-Magnolia and Missouri Valley placed in the top three in their weight classes at the IHSAA State Traditional Wrestling Tournament in Des Moines this past weekend, February 14-16.
Both the Woodbine and Logan-Magnolia schools earned great ratings at the State Large Group Speech Contest February 2.
LOGAN — The Logan- Magnolia School Facilities Committee got a better idea of the proposed plans for the School facilities update project from a presentation by two representatives from Incite Design Studio LLC, last Wednesday evening, January 23.
The Harrison County Board of Supervisors recently appointed Ben McIntosh, of Missouri Valley, to replace Dean McIntosh, of Missouri Valley, on the Harrison County Conservation Board (HCCB).
*Editor's Note: The above photo, as cited, is a file photo and not of the accident reported on in this story. A crash occurred here in Harrison County on January 15, resulting in one fatality. Two others were injured in the accident.
WOODBINE -- At the 2019 Woodbine School Winter Sports pep rally on January 11, Alex Bantam and Hailey Ryerson were named the Winter Sports prince and princess.
LOGAN -- Multiple discussions were held at Logan City Council meetings in the last several months about the ‘bumps,’ or sections of the Fifth Street project that failed to meet the project specs, and how much the City planned to seek to have removed from the total paving project cost for them.
WOODBINE -- The Woodbine School Board held a special meeting of the Board of Education January 9 before their work session regarding the wellness center project.
DUNLAP -- The Knights of Columbus Cosgrove Council #1249 held their Annual Free Throw Contest at the Boyer Valley High School Gym January 6.
LOGAN -- The Logan-Magnolia High School put on a Winter Concert December 12 that included both vocal and band pieces. See more photos in the December 19 issue of The Twiner-Herald.
WOODBINE -- Work is continuing on the Lincoln Way Street project in Woodbine. Linhart Construction, of Omaha, Neb., is re-installing the bricks after a new concrete foundation was installed by Carley Construction, of Council Bluffs. The intent is that the project is completed and the street …
LOGAN -- Whether people were checking out the new bakery, Logan Flours Baking Co., at their grand opening, visiting Santa Claus or sitting down to a hot bowl of soup with friends and family, people were having a great time at Shiverfest in Logan Friday night, November 30.
Decor was recently put up in each of the downtowns in Logan and Woodbine making them ready for not only the upcoming Christmas celebrations but the Christmas season, too.
*Editor's Note: The date of the next Woodbine School Board meeting was incorrect in the original story. It has been corrected. We apologize for the mistake.
WOODBINE -- A fire broke out at Swift's Garage in Woodbine this morning but was quickly contained thanks to the efforts of the Woodbine Fire Department.
LOGAN — Two rural property owners talked to the Harrison County Board of Supervisors at their regular meeting Nov. 8 about a series of five utility permit applications that were approved by the Board and specifically one approved back in September.
Today is the day, the General Election. At both the Logan and Woodbine locations, election workers say the voters have come in a steady stream since the doors opened at 7 a.m. (They close at 9 p.m.)
The Iowa Governor’s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Advisory Council has awarded 13 new STEM BEST projects across Iowa to bring the total to 50 since 2014.