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    SHELBY – The 2019 WHO Great Iowa Tractor Ride will make a stop at Carstens 1880 Farmstead south of Shelby Tuesday, June 25 as part of its tour of western Iowa next week.    More than 500 tractor enthusiasts from all over Iowa and the United States gathered at Westfair Fairgrounds and...
    HARLAN – The Harlan Community Schools Board of Education was expected to approve an interim superintendent contract at its regular meeting last night, Monday, June 24.    Four finalist candidates were interviewed Friday, June 21 by the board as well as administrators and teams of staff.    ...
	HARLAN -- Participating in the Harlan Fire Department-sponsored water fights at North Park in Harlan Saturday afternoon were Connie Miller (left) and Madi Doonan.
There was a good turnout of family, friends, townspeople and firefighters at the Harlan Fire Department-sponsored water fights.
Here, Ethan Kirkhart does a flip off the high dive at the Norman D. Stamp Aquatic Center.  Temperatures are expected to reach the upper 80s and 90s the remainder of this week.
    HARLAN --  Summer is finally here and with it comes rising temperatures, longer days, fireworks and many more summer activities.
Audrey Scheuring (left) stands on first base talking to Hadley Gross.
    HARLAN -- The Harlan T-Ball League concluded its season on Wednesday, June 12 with the kids having a blast learning the basics of baseball/softball.  Although many summer ball teams have had to dodge raindrops in May and June, the t-ballers were able to get in many games throughout the season.
    HARLAN -- Four top candidates have emerged from among 13 total interested individuals to serve Harlan Community Schools as interim superintendent during the upcoming school year.    All candidates were presented by Dr. Trent Grundmeyer and Dr. Kevin Fiene, Grundmeyer Leader Search Consultants,...
    HARLAN – The Harlan City Council has signed off on its street work patch, mill and overlay projects this summer, approving a low bid of $293,042.60 from Western Engineering to complete the work.    Street work could begin within the next few weeks.  Following are the locations in Harlan...
	This 7th St. bridge likely will be replaced.
    HARLAN – A 7th St. bridge in north Harlan will be replaced as part of a project that received final approval by the Harlan City Council on Tuesday, June 18.    The City has very few actual bridges to care for, but this one over a small stream on north 7th St. is one that needs some work.  “It’s...
    HARLAN – The Harlan City Council has approved a budget amendment for the 2018-19 fiscal year totaling $1,676,405, of which $549,405 is attributed to decreased revenues and $1,127,000 are increased expenditures anticipated this year.    The council voted 5-0 approving the amendment (Greg Bladt,...
	HARLAN -- As metal sheeting was taken away on the nail salon building, the old wooden sign of Red’s Cafe, the popular breakfast stop for many Harlanites, was on display once again. The sign has since been covered up, but still remains as part of the building.
    HARLAN -- For many years Red’s Cafe was the gathering place of numerous Harlanities for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Despite closing in 1988, fond memories of the cafe still loom today.    Those memories were revealed when the old sign of Red’s Cafe saw the light of day as the Harlan Nail and...

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