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    HARLAN – Grant Funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in the amount of $1 million will allow Myrtue Medical Center to expand and renovate the Emergency Room.    The USDA is funding seven Iowa hospitals to expand access to healthcare which includes Myrtue.    The program under...
Tivoli Fest Queen and King Barb and Mark Smith of Elk Horn were crowned April 23 at the fundraising dinner. Both Barb and Mark have raised their family in Elk Horn and been very involved in the community. Also on hand to welcome people attending the dinner were the Tivoli 2022 Princess Susan...
The student actors of HCHS are setting a Trap with their upcoming performances on April 23-24, and it will leave audience members with a chill long after the show is over.Trap, written by Stephen Gregg, takes place in Menachap, CA, at a theater whose history is tainted with horror and tragedy. The...
City Councilor Troy Schaben took off his councilor’s hat Tuesday night and stepped behind the microphone to give the council details on an ambitious fund-raising project which aims to replace the lighting at JJ Jensen Park called Summer Nights and Ballpark Lights.    The project was inspired by a $...
Bauer’s Shoes store  has been selling the Nike brand of athletic shoes for 41 years. Since the footware giant began focusing more on consumer direct retail in the past few years, Keith Bauer has been waiting for the other shoe to drop. In January, the store received an email. Nike just did it.   ...
Introducing the Tivoli 2022 Princess Susan Reinhardt and Prince Brody Larsen.  Students submitted their entry for consideration. They had to draw and color their favorite book.  Susan is in the third grade and the daughter of Steve and Patricia Reinhardt of Kimballton.  Brody is in the first grade...
    HARLAN – The Harlan Newspapers’ long-time editor has announced his resignation effective today, Friday, March 11.    Bob Bjoin, who has been with the operation for nearly 33 years as news editor, managing editor and most recently editor, has accepted a position as News Services Coordinator with...
    HARLAN – Harlan Community Schools music students are headed to Tennessee Sunday for a five-day adventure that will include clinics at Vanderbilt University and tours of music venues such as the Grand Ole Opry and Graceland.    The trip has been years in the making, as the band boosters, staff,...
    CHICAGO, IL – In Tanzania, Haley Henscheid camped in the Serengeti.    Her group made a fire and was hanging out after dinner when they started to hear noises that sounded like cows.    “We looked around and realized we were surrounded by hundreds of zebras and wildebeests, migrating from the...
	HCHS Business Professionals of America students who have qualified for and will participate in national competitions include:   Front (left to right): Ava Monson, Mallory Mulligan, Paola Gonzalez, Kaia Bieker, Brynn Klaassen, Ally Curren, Claire Schmitz, and Madison Kjergaard.  Back L to R -- Corrine Mages, Kara Kenkel, Gunner Schmitz, Sam Buman, Dominic Schaben, Jason Erlemeier, Tyler Shelton, Savannah Christensen, and Macy Reischl.  Missing is Joseph Fah.
HARLAN -- Students from Harlan Community High School will be attending the Business Professionals of America (BPA) 2022 National Leadership Conference, in Dallas, TX, May 4-8.    HCHS chapter members will join nearly 6,000 conference delegates from across the nation to compete in national level...

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