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12/14/2017 - 7:10am
  ELDORA – Patrons of Medicap Pharmacy were back in familiar surroundings this week as the long time Eldora  business returned to its home site in the 1500 block of Edgington Avenue – following a short stay up on the town square in the pharmacy shop of Melody Hoy’s equally long term establishment. Hoy had sold her business to Medicap several months ago, and Medicap...
12/14/2017 - 7:07am
  By: Robert Maharry Staff writer ELDORA- It was bound to happen eventually. Opposing forces collided at the Hardin County Courthouse on Wednesday morning as members of Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, the state’s foremost environmental activist organization, scolded representatives from Iowa Select Farms, its largest pork...
12/14/2017 - 7:05am
  ELDORA – If you have ever found yourself wanting to do a touch up and shopping for aerosol paint, you likely found that well-known staple in the hardware department. Paint was the beginning for Rust-Oleum, which nowadays is a business group owned by RPM International, of Medina Ohio. And with the recent announcement it was purchasing...
12/11/2017 - 9:47am
  ELDORA – The not so long ago-reopened Eldora Welcome Center is about more than welcoming travellers to the community, and in recent months it has been pulling together a project designed to help law enforcement officers deal with sometimes heart rendering domestic situations. The center has picked up on a theme found in many...
12/11/2017 - 9:46am
  J.D. Holmes and the Hardin County Sheriff’s Office DARE team graduated another class of fifth graders recently. The DARE project is a several decade old and national program with began as an effort to steer kids away from drugs, but has since moved to free them of a lot of other social ills. It also teaches kids how to deal with...
12/07/2017 - 1:13pm
  NEW PROVIDENCE – Just a few weeks ago, something extraordinary happened. Municipal elections were held in the communities around Hardin County, and while no one was looking New Providence went out and conducted a city election without Lou Schafer’s name  on the ballot.(Read the rest in the Friday Index)
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