Allen Fries is a starting defensive end on the varsity football team as well as the section leader for the pit in the marching band.  He’s one of the first students in years to participate in both activities on game night Fridays.
    HARLAN – Pride, Dedication and Excellence is the motto of this year’s Harlan Community High School Marching Band, and no one student exemplifies what it means to be a Cyclone more than Allen Fries, who in an exciting move has decided to...
	Susan Cooper and Alex Londo have been 911 dispatchers for Shelby County.  Londo recently was promoted to EMA Coordinator replacing Bob Seivert who retired last week.
COUNTY -- The Shelby County Emergency Management Commission, Executive Committee, announced last week that Alex Londo will be replacing retiring EMA Coordinator Bob Seivert.    Alex is a current employee with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice...
This eagle arrived at SOAR (Saving Our Avian Resources) near Dedham toward the end of August, and has been there since while her bones healed and through rehabilitation of her muscles built back up for flying
HARLAN -- A large crowd gathered at Prairie Rose State Park Tuesday evening, Oct. 2 to witness the release into the wild of a rehabilitated Bald Eagle.  The female was from Allamakee County, and had been hit by a car causing either a broken collar...
Pictured with Jaxon Rold are players Ethan Leinen, Wyatt Schaben, Jonathan Owens and Caleb Bieker.  Rold is battling a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer.
HARLAN -- Jaxon Rold was an honorary captain for the Cyclone football team during its homecoming game vs. Glenwood last Friday. 
Bobbie Schechinger, Grace Eckermann, Rachel Anderson (L to R) cheer on the Cyclones during homecoming last week.
See page 6B inside today’s newspaper for more photos from HCHS’s homecoming. 
Dressed in their best costumes were front, from left: Emily Milliken, Grace Coenen, Katie Burchett and Tanya Bruck.  Back from left: Griffin Schleimer, Jocelyn Mena, Morgan Schwery, Maggie Nollen, Samantha Springman and Maya Kenkel.
    HARLAN -- Homecoming week is always fun at Harlan Community with a series of dress-up days.  Tuesday was Grill Dad vs. Soccer Mom Day. 
	Allen Fries is a starting defensive end on the varsity football team as well as the section leader for the pit in the marching band.  He’s one of the first students in years to participate in both activities on game night Fridays.
	Susan Cooper and Alex Londo have been 911 dispatchers for Shelby County.  Londo recently was promoted to EMA Coordinator replacing Bob Seivert who retired last week.
This eagle arrived at SOAR (Saving Our Avian Resources) near Dedham toward the end of August, and has been there since while her bones healed and through rehabilitation of her muscles built back up for flying
Pictured with Jaxon Rold are players Ethan Leinen, Wyatt Schaben, Jonathan Owens and Caleb Bieker.  Rold is battling a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer.
Bobbie Schechinger, Grace Eckermann, Rachel Anderson (L to R) cheer on the Cyclones during homecoming last week.
Dressed in their best costumes were front, from left: Emily Milliken, Grace Coenen, Katie Burchett and Tanya Bruck.  Back from left: Griffin Schleimer, Jocelyn Mena, Morgan Schwery, Maggie Nollen, Samantha Springman and Maya Kenkel.
	Allen Fries is a starting defensive end on the varsity football team as well as the section leader for the pit in the marching band.  He’s one of the first students in years to participate in both activities on game night Fridays.
    HARLAN – Pride, Dedication and Excellence is the motto of this year’s Harlan Community High School Marching Band, and no one student exemplifies what it means to be a Cyclone more than Allen Fries, who in an exciting move has decided to participate in both the band and varsity football team on...
    HARLAN --”Shelby County 911 where is your emergency?”    “Where are you, that is the most important thing you have to tell me,” Susan Cooper said.    “Don’t start telling everything else, tell me where you are; that way I can get you help as quickly as possible.  Then it’s the what. What is the...
	Susan Cooper and Alex Londo have been 911 dispatchers for Shelby County.  Londo recently was promoted to EMA Coordinator replacing Bob Seivert who retired last week.
COUNTY -- The Shelby County Emergency Management Commission, Executive Committee, announced last week that Alex Londo will be replacing retiring EMA Coordinator Bob Seivert.    Alex is a current employee with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and two  years experience as a 911 dispatcher.    ...
    HARLAN -- The Shelby County Historical Museum is excited to announce their newest exhibit: Voting in Shelby County.    To kick off the opening of this exhibit, the Shelby County Historical Museum will be holding a viewing party of the first gubernatorial debate on Wednesday, October 10, at 6:30...
    HARLAN -- Volunteers are needed to check bulbs on Christmas lights that will be installed throughout town this holiday season!    Meet at the old water plant behind the former Harlan Municipal Utilities building at 10 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 14.
This eagle arrived at SOAR (Saving Our Avian Resources) near Dedham toward the end of August, and has been there since while her bones healed and through rehabilitation of her muscles built back up for flying
HARLAN -- A large crowd gathered at Prairie Rose State Park Tuesday evening, Oct. 2 to witness the release into the wild of a rehabilitated Bald Eagle.  The female was from Allamakee County, and had been hit by a car causing either a broken collar bone or cracked shoulder blade.  .  SOAR has a...
Pictured with Jaxon Rold are players Ethan Leinen, Wyatt Schaben, Jonathan Owens and Caleb Bieker.  Rold is battling a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer.
HARLAN -- Jaxon Rold was an honorary captain for the Cyclone football team during its homecoming game vs. Glenwood last Friday. 
    REGIONAL – Today’s home fires burn faster than ever.  In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds.    Knowing how to use that time wisely takes planning and practice.    The Harlan Fire Department is teaming up with...
    HARLAN -- Mike Jones has resigned from the Harlan Municipal Utilities Board of Trustees effective September 28, citing his waning support for a board he has served on for 10 years in not enforcing the contract of CEO Ken Weber.    In addition, Jones called out communications director Jim...
    HARLAN -- A contractor working in Harlan was injured Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 2 while working in a Harlan Municipal Utilities well field in south Harlan.    At about 4:05 p.m., an employee of The Cahoy Group, contracted by HMU to perform work on its water wells, was raising the boom on a boom...
    HARLAN -- Harlan Municipal Utilities CEO Ken Weber said recently that the recent water leak in the utility system could easily total a half-million gallons.    The main leak, found in a field behind Remington Seed, was in a 6-inch line that supplies the Cresthaven area.   Under 130-pounds of...
Bobbie Schechinger, Grace Eckermann, Rachel Anderson (L to R) cheer on the Cyclones during homecoming last week.
See page 6B inside today’s newspaper for more photos from HCHS’s homecoming. 

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    HARLAN -- Richard Hansen of Harlan will celebrate his 80th birthday at an open house on Sunday, October 14 from 2-4 p.m. at the American Legion Building in Harlan. Friends and...

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