LOGAN — The Harrison County Geographic Information Systems (GIS) & Mapping Office is hoping they can obtain a grant that will help them pay for 10 new recreation grade GPS systems.
If you look at the full list of candidates, there are many incumbents that are running again this year for the 2109 elections, whether it be for a position on the school boards, city councils or even city mayor.
Gov. Reynolds issued a disaster proclamation on September 18 for Fremont, Harrison, Mills, and Pottawattamie counties as a result of renewed flooding along the Missouri River.
The Protection Committee of the Loess Hills Alliance is soliciting proposals for projects that protect and/or preserve the natural and cultural resources of the Loess Hills while assuring economic viability and protection of property rights.
MISSOURI VALLEY -- Judging of the 4-H Working Exhibits was going on throughout the morning and into early afternoon on Wednesday, July 24, at the 2019 Harrison County Fair.
MISSOURI VALLEY -- All Harrison County veterans and their family members, and the general public, are invited to take part in a special ceremony during the week of the 2019 Harrison County Fair.
WASHINGTON D.C. -- On Wednesday, July 10, U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley met with Iowans visiting Washington, D.C. for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Children’s Congress.
WOODBINE -- Night one of the 2019 Woodbine Rodeo on July 12 was beautiful weather-wise and there was plenty of calf ropin', bull riding and barrel racin' goin' on.
LOGAN -- Fireworks were shot off at the Logan-Magnolia School athletic fields July 3 and the Fourth of July parade on July 4 wrapped up the holiday activities in Logan.
Pisgah Play Days on June 22 started off with a parade and continued in the city park with games, BINGO, kids obstacle courses and live music. On June 23, following the Sunday service at the Community of Christ Church, in Pisgah, there was a chicken & noodle lunch.
Cindy Ballantyne, of the CHI Health Missouri Valley AIC Department, was recently presented with the DAISY Award in recognition of her devoted care to patients in Harrison County.
WOODBINE -- Students grades 5-12 at the Woodbine School District went out into their community and spent some time serving others May 29, whether it was planting flowers along Walker Street or coloring with residents at the local nursing home.
Memorial Day programs were held around the county on May 27. It is a day to remember and honor those men and women who died serving our country. We also want to thank those who have served and are currently serving in the military, too.
LOGAN -- It was a big day for 34 preschool AM students at the Logan-Magnolia School District as they took part in a graduation ceremony the morning of May 23 in the auditorium. The PM classes ceremony, which included 46 kiddos some of whom are TK students, was held mid-afternoon.
The Woodbine and Logan-Magnolia high schools held their graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2019 on May 19. There were 28 seniors from Woodbine and 47 seniors from Logan-Magnolia. See articles and photo spreads of both ceremonies plus all the rest of the graduation festivities in the May …
WEST DES MOINES -- A Logan-Magnolia High School senior and a Woodbine High School senior were recognized by Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg for their outstanding academic achievements at the 17th Annual Governor's Scholar Recognition Ceremony April 28 in Des Moines.
WOODBINE -- A decision on whether to offer a new contract to Ryan Coenen to continue as head coach of the Woodbine School girls basketball team was tabled by the School Board at their May 8 meeting.
The Rose Vista Prom, held at the Rose Vista campus in Woodbine, was Wednesday, May 8. More than 25 students enjoyed an afternoon of activities and food with the residents. Noel Sherer, administrator at Rose Vista, acted as the DJ for the dance. See a photo spread of the event in the May 15 i…
The Woodbine Fire Department held a fish fry out at the station April 19. All the workers stayed mighty busy because as a few people would leave, a new wave would be walking up to get in line. There was also a “to go” area. Department members were having a good time joking around and talking…
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?