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Spay, neuter program making difference

A year into running the Crawford County Spay and Neuter program, Jamie Breeding couldn't be more pleased....more >>

New business powers up in Crawford

When Todd Ash, after 17 years as both a DC and AC electrician working for somebody else, decided to start his own business, he chose to stay home. Fortunately for him, the programs were in place to make his dream a reality in Crawford County....more >>

Shickles new Harrison parks chief

Following a year-long search for a superintendent, the Harrison County Parks Department board chose someone who had been right in front of it all along....more >>

L'worth, G'town to have primary races

A pair of towns in the Clarion News' coverage area will have primary elections this spring....more >>

Excitement abuzz at HC Spelling Bee

Delaney Mueller, a sixth-grade student at Heth-Washington Elementary School, is now the champion after outlasting competitors at the 2019 Harrison County Spelling Bee on Monday evening, Feb. 4, at Morgan Elementary School....more >>

Wolfpack outlast Cougars, 61-51

When it comes to a Crawford County-North Harrison match-up in any sport, you know it's going to be a knock-down drag-out between the two rivals. Friday night's boys' basketball game between the two teams was no exception, with the host Wolfpack hitting a few more shots and the Cougars missing a few more in Crawford County's 61-51 win....more >>

Highlanders hammer Cubs

When Madison played North Harrison this season, the Cubs put away 14 3-pointers on 21 tries. They were hoping to do the same against host Floyd Central last Tuesday night, but there was one problem. The Highlanders had no intention of letting that happen. Madison got off 22 attempts from downtown, but the Cubs got only four of those to find their way through the hoop. Floyd Central's interior defense also kept Madison from getting anything in the paint, and the Highlanders dominated the entire way....more >>

Networks providing work to recovering addicts might solve opioid epidemic

When it comes to opioids, the United States and nations around the world are well past the crisis point. Our jails are filled, rehab centers are overwhelmed, families are being destroyed and lives are being lost....more >>
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