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Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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BY DAN THALMANN Details are scarce for a fire that occurred at the Clifton branch of Central Valley Ag, which was noticeable for many miles around on Saturday morning. A black plume of smoke reached high into the sky from the fire, which was at a shop building on the west edge of the grain... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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Freezing rain blanketed the region on Saturday night and throughout Sunday and Monday. The weather caused the cancellation of many events over the weekend because of unsafe driving conditions. The ice started melting on Monday and was expected to be gone by Tuesday with above-freezing temperatures... + continue reading
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD Both the Hanover High School girls’ and boys’ basketball teams defeated Valley Heights in double figures when the Wildcats faced the Mustangs Tuesday, Jan. 10, in a road game. The Lady Wildcats owned a 31-14 lead at half which eventually led to a 60-33 victory.... + continue reading
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
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Washington County’s newly elected or re-elected officials were sworn in on Monday morning to start the new year. Taking the oath of office from District Magistrate Judge Paul Monty were: Gary Ouellette, Third District Commissioner; Elizabeth Baskerville Hiltgen, County Attorney; Sonya Hiltgen... + continue reading
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
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BY LESLIE MANNING Mark Gram, Clyde, sees the value in having a restaurant in town.   “The restaurant is like the hub of the community,” said Gram.   When a sign was posted at The Barn Yard, the restaurant in downtown Clyde ran by Michael and... + continue reading

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01/18/2017
Extension agents propose office construction at county fairgrounds BY LESLIE MANNING   The idea of a new room in the rock building on the Washington County Fairgrounds was discussed by Kelsey Hatesohl, River Valley District Horticulture Extension... + continue reading
01/18/2017
BY MARCIA HUBBARD The Clifton-Clyde girls’ basketball team got back on track Thursday, Jan. 12, by defeating Onaga in play at OHS. Final score was 37-29 in favor of CCHS. Baylie Bowser paced scoring for Clifton-Clyde with 14 points. She also had four... + continue reading

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BY MARCIA HUBBARD Two state-ranked teams clashed in Twin Valley League games last Friday at Centralia.    On the girls’ side undefeated Centralia, ranked first in Class 1A, Division 1, and undefeated Hanover, ranked fourth in that same division, squared off. It... + continue reading
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD The Washington High School girls’ basketball team struggled in the first half of their Twin Valley League game last Friday against Valley Heights. But the Lady Tigers roared back in the third quarter to take down the Mustangs 45-35.   Washington... + continue reading
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BY MARCIA HUBBARD The Linn High School girls’ basketball team jumped to a 15-4 first quarter lead and never looked back, going on to down Doniphan West 42-27 in a Twin Valley League game last Friday at LHS.   Shelby Ohlde topped the scoring chart with 16 points on... + continue reading
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01/18/2017 - 0 comment(s)
BY MARCIA HUBBARD Both the Hanover High School girls’ and boys’ basketball teams defeated Valley Heights in double figures when the Wildcats faced the Mustangs Tuesday, Jan. 10, in a... + continue reading

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01/18/2017 - 0 comment(s)
By DAN THALMANN I can’t believe the Chiefs lost. I mean, I can, because I wanted them to win, so therefore my sports fortune should have allowed me to predict their loss. Likewise, the... + continue reading