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The Chamber & Development Council (CDC) of Crawford County will host the Denison mayoral and city council candidates forum tonight beginning at 7 p.m. at the Broadway Elementary auditorium.

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“Girls Night Out is an opportunity for CCMH (Crawford County Memorial Hospital) to focus on women’s health and the things we believe are important to women’s health,” said Donald Luensmann, CCMH executive director of marketing and development.

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The Denison High School (DHS) Key Club’s Haunted House returns for a fifth year starting this Saturday.

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The Denison City Council this evening is expected to set a public hearing to rezone property to facilitate Strong America Development Group’s plans for a new housing development.

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Denison-Schleswig Homecoming King Charlie Wiebers and Queen Gloria Loarca ride in style during Wednesday’s parade in uptown Denison. The parade was moved up two days because of the forecast for cold weather today.

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Western Iowa Tech Community College (WITCC) is offering a new evening welding class that will begin on October 28.

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Doug Dorhout, director for Denison Job Corps, believes that by November 1 the center will be at 98 percent of student capacity or greater, according to a presentation he made at a community relations luncheon on campus on Tuesday.

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At last Tuesday’s Crawford County Board of Supervisors meeting, questions were raised about the funding of the Ridge Road radio tower, which is one of the primary towers in the county’s new land mobile radio (LMR) communications system.

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Dr. James E. Hansen visited Denison at the end of September for the Denison High School Class of 1959 reunion and sat down with the Bulletin and Review to discuss climate policy in the United States.

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Gloria Loarca was crowned queen and Charlie Wiebers king for the 2019 Denison-Schleswig Homecoming during a coronation ceremony Monday night at the football field. Homecoming activities will continue throughout the week. The homecoming parade has now been moved up two days and will take plac…

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The Chamber & Development Council (CDC) of Crawford County will host a forum for the key local elections for mayor of Denison and Denison City Council.

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Dow City-Arion Fire Chief Joe Gorden visited the Crawford County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday to provide details of a $549,000 grant awarded last week to Crawford County fire departments for the purchase of radios.

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The hallways, classrooms, library and and gymnasium at Denison High School (DHS) were abuzz with activity on Thursday for Future You Day.

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“The point of the walk is to come together to raise awareness and support those who are undergoing treatment or are recently diagnosed, to celebrate the survivors and to remember those who have passed from breast cancer,” said Tricia Roberts.

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Dustin and Heather Vogt, of rural Charter Oak, experienced every parent’s nightmare on Monday evening – a lost child.

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“Times are tough for a lot of families 12 months of the year, and it gets to be a little more taxing for families when the holidays come around,” said Chris Flattery. “It makes it a little better when they know they can have a gift for a child or loved one.”

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“With all the rain, we’re really looking at trying to get it dried out so we can get back into the fields,” said Mike Witt, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach field agronomist for Crawford, Carroll, Greene, Shelby, Audubon and Guthrie counties.

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Denison voters will have a four-candidate race on the ballot for mayor in the Tuesday, November 5, election. A list from the Crawford County Auditor’s Office shows that Pablo Chapa, Dennis J. Fineran, David G. Frazier and Pamela Soseman have filed for the office.

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Voters will have an opportunity on Tuesday to check out the new technology that will be in use in Crawford County during the November election.

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On August 17, 1974, John Laurie and his family were on the first leg of a flight back to Denison in a Beechcraft Debonair aircraft that he co-owned with Dr. R.L. Bendixen, of Denison.