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Countdown to summer:

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Countdown to summer:

Republican-Clipper photo– Countdown to summer: South Harrison Elementary children enjoy a fling on the merry-go-round at Bethany Memorial Park. The popular ride has been operating at the park since at least the 1920s. The merry-go-round had been out of service because of mechanical problems before park officials repaired it for many more years of service….

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Jefferson Highway movie to be shown in Bethany

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Jefferson Highway movie to be shown in Bethany

A movie made by two Iowa film makers who traveled down the Jefferson Highway will be shown on the “Junkin’ on the Jefferson” weekend in Bethany. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions  

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39th Street opens up for traffic on Tuesday

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39th Street opens up for traffic on Tuesday

Republican-Clipper photo ‘Road to Progress’: Mayor Todd Williams cuts the ribbon officially opening 39th Street from Bulldog Avenue to East Miller Street. Taking part in the ceremony were council members Gene Ishmael, left, and Lance Johns, right, former Mayor Patrick Miller, members of the property owner Dave Callaway’s family, City Administrator Jonne Slemons, the engineer…

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Fire destroys mobile home

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Fire destroys mobile home

Republican-Clipper photo, Angela Ragan– Fire destroys mobile home: A fireman attempts to cool down an inferno that destroyed a mobile home on Klondike Road, south of Mt. Moriah, on Thursday. The owner, Billy Kinnison, returned to the home on Thursday morning to find the fire. Fire crews were sent to the scene from Bethany, Cainsville…

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BTC Bank reaches students through Area Youth Benefit Corp. scholarship program

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BTC Bank reaches students through Area Youth Benefit Corp. scholarship program

In the 2016-2017 academic year, 18 high schools have implemented the BTC Bank Financial Scholars program—a free, digital financial education program. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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Giving back to the community

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Giving back to the community

Submitted photos– Giving back to the community: Harrison County Community Hospital employees celebrated National Hospital Week by performing a number of tasks in the community. Hospital and food pantry volunteers pose after unloading more than 1,800 pounds of food donated during hospital week. Pictured, from the left, are: Front row, Walker Thomas, Cathie Chalfat and…

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South Harrison honor graduates

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South Harrison honor graduates

Republican-Clipper photo– Honor graduates: South Harrison Principal Mark Forster announced the top five graduates of the South Harrison Class of 2017 during commencement ceremonies Sunday afternoon in the high school gym. Kylie Gannan, right, was the valedictorian of the class. The salutatorian was Coy Stephens, standing to Kylie’s left. The other top graduates were, from…

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County approves Walnut Grove’s permit to apply waste on farmland

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County approves Walnut Grove’s permit to apply waste on farmland

The Harrison County Commission on Wednesday approved an application by Walnut Grove Pork Ltd. to apply manure from its concentrated hog production facility on area farms. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions  

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South Harrison band department presents awards at banquet

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South Harrison band department presents awards at banquet

Some 145 musicians were presented awards during the annual band department awards banquet last Thursday night at the South Harrison High School. TO READ FULL STORY YOU MUST BE AN ONLINE SUBSCRIBER …http://www.bethanyclipper.com/subscriptions

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More reservists leaving for Middle East

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More reservists leaving for Middle East

Republican-Clipper photos– More reservists leaving for Middle East: Army Reservists from Bethany’s 387th Human Resources unit, above, listen to speakers taking part in the farewell ceremony for the unit as it prepares for deployment to provide postal services to military serving in Afghanistan and Iraq. The ceremony was held Saturday afternoon at the American Legion…

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