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If you’ve been to Dunlap recently, you might find it easier to navigate. That’s all thanks to the new finding signs that have been installed in various spots around town that point the … more
Harrison County Home & Public Health opened its doors to the public on Sept. 13 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Earlier in the year, the agency purchased a new facility with major renovations to the … more
The Steamboat Bertrand was on center stage for cultural specialists  from across the country last week.  The US Fish and Wildlife hosted its annual Cultural Resources Management … more
Dragon hunters of all ages were able to join Naturalist Connie Betts to learn about dragonflies! Things started off with an informational sit down. “These predators (dragonflies) live most … more
The Dunlap Community Development Corporation helped spruce up some vintage carnival games on Sept. 8. Merlyn Hein, a Dunlap resident, recently refurbished a handful of carnival games. In order to … more
St. Patrick Catholic Church in Dunlap celebrated 150 years as a parish with a fall festival this past weekend. With the town being founded in 1867, some Catholics would gather and a priest would … more
Under construction for nearly one year, the new Willow Lake Nature Center in Woodbine is getting closer and closer to completion. Expected to open in the spring of 2023, October of last year is … more
The Woodbine Community School District is one of 10 school districts that has been awarded with a Therapeutic Classroom Incentive Grant from the Iowa Department of Education. Over $2.3 million was … more
At the Harrison County Board of Supervisors meeting last Thursday morning, an update on the VA (Veterans Affairs) move in to the courthouse annex was provided by Veterans Service Officer and Director … more
David Sherer has been hired as the new Administrator for Harrison County Home & Public Health that is located at 122 W. 8th Street, in Logan. Even though the office is located in Logan, the … more
Over the 2022 summer season the libraries of Harrison County got off the beaten pathway and ventured out into new reading possibilities. During this year’s summer break from school the local … more
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