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Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Girl Scouts worked at the annual Scouting for Food Chili Supper on Sunday, February 8, at the First United Methodist Church in Denison. The event is a one-day food drive in which both Girl Scouts of the USA and the Boy Scouts of America participate. Denison is uni…

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Many of Iowa’s bridges were suitable for the loads passing over them 25 years ago, but with the increased capacity of today’s farm equipment those bridges are no longer adequate. After inspection, a bridge that shows deterioration and a diminished capacity will have restrictions on loads tha…

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Many of the bridges built in the 1940s and 1950s are now rapidly deteriorating. The timber piling of this bridge, south of Denison just off of highway 59, shows obvious signs of decay.

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A popular option for bridge replacement is the box culvert design, according to Assman. This design has no railing or other structure along the roadway, which eliminates the issues of larger machinery passing over.

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CJ Electronics, a RadioShack dealer, in uptown Denison will remain open to serve the community, according to owner Henry Giasson.

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Scouts collected food and money for T.A.P. (Temporary Aid Program) at the annual Scouting for Food Chili supper last Sunday, February 8.