ELK HORN -- The 16-ton Danish Windmill turret with cap frame, wind shaft, brake wheel and fan tail were hoisted back to the top of the windmill in Elk Horn last week.  In addition, the new 67-foot sails were set to be installed as well.    The...
Attending the national convention from AHSTW were back L to R -- Kolby Weihs, Cody Roskens, Kyle Jorgensen and Joey Brenneis.  Front L to R -- Erin Carroll, Kyley Nelsen, Abbie Willet and Lizzie Hatch.
    INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- The AHSTW FFA Chapter recently traveled to the National FFA convention in Indianapolis, IN.    AHSTW chapter members on the trip consisted of Kyley Nelsen, Lizzie Hatch, Abbie Willett, Erin Carroll,  Kolby Weihs, Joey...
ER nurses Nicole Ohlinger (left) and Tracy Axland
   HARLAN -- “You don’t every want to be first, if you are first you are very ill. Being first isn’t good in the ER,” Tracy Axland said. Axland and Nicole Ohlinger are both day shift emergency room nurses. Axland has been a nurse for 31 years and...
EARLING -- The funeral processional for Earling Fire Chief Tom Henrich was held Saturday, Oct. 27 in Earling, with his casket and fire gear being carried to the St. Joseph Catholic Church Cemetery aboard an Earling fire truck.  Fire trucks from...
Coby Fineran and Ken Crouse
    REGIONAL -- On Saturday, Oct. 6, IKM-Manning’s Coby Fineran and Beth Hagedorn attended the Truck Convoy for Special Olympics, a national one-day celebration of the trucking company industry, allied partners and law enforcement all working...
Jayden Swanson
    DES MOINES -- High school students from 27 U.S. states and territories and 10 countries were selected to attend the 25th Annual Global Youth Institute October 17-20 in Des Moines.    Jayden Swanson from Harlan Community High School was among the...
Attending the national convention from AHSTW were back L to R -- Kolby Weihs, Cody Roskens, Kyle Jorgensen and Joey Brenneis.  Front L to R -- Erin Carroll, Kyley Nelsen, Abbie Willet and Lizzie Hatch.
ER nurses Nicole Ohlinger (left) and Tracy Axland
Coby Fineran and Ken Crouse
Jayden Swanson
•  40 current, former employees and community members raise concerns about Wagner. •  Allegations made of medical privacy intrusion, low staff morale, fear of job loss, failure to protect an employee from sexual orientation discrimination, and a "toxic" work environment created by Wagner for some...
    ELK HORN -- The 16-ton Danish Windmill turret with cap frame, wind shaft, brake wheel and fan tail were hoisted back to the top of the windmill in Elk Horn last week.  In addition, the new 67-foot sails were set to be installed as well.    The milestone effort to renovate and preserve the...
Attending the national convention from AHSTW were back L to R -- Kolby Weihs, Cody Roskens, Kyle Jorgensen and Joey Brenneis.  Front L to R -- Erin Carroll, Kyley Nelsen, Abbie Willet and Lizzie Hatch.
    INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- The AHSTW FFA Chapter recently traveled to the National FFA convention in Indianapolis, IN.    AHSTW chapter members on the trip consisted of Kyley Nelsen, Lizzie Hatch, Abbie Willett, Erin Carroll,  Kolby Weihs, Joey Brenneis, Cody Roskens, and Kyle Jorgensen. AHSTW members...
    HARLAN -- One of Harlan’s newest developments, Hansen House Memory Care Residence, will host public open houses this Friday, Saturday & Sunday, November 9-11.    The development is located on Harlan’s north side at 703 Dye St.  See the announcement in today’s newspaper for full details.    ...
ER nurses Nicole Ohlinger (left) and Tracy Axland
   HARLAN -- “You don’t every want to be first, if you are first you are very ill. Being first isn’t good in the ER,” Tracy Axland said. Axland and Nicole Ohlinger are both day shift emergency room nurses. Axland has been a nurse for 31 years and received her degree from Jennie Edmundson School of...
    REGIONAL -- Voters will head to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 6 in a general election that will see a number of state and federal races for office, but only one local contested race -- that being for county supervisor.    Polls will be open from 7 a.m.-9 p.m. Tuesday and voters will head to their...
    HARLAN -- The Harlan Community Schools Board of Education voted 5-0 Monday, Oct. 22 approving a resolution that effectively will put a $28.5 million bond issue in front of district patrons for vote December 11.  Kathy Mahlberg, Al Hazelton, Joni Larsen, Jessica Anderson and Amy Rueschenberg...
EARLING -- The funeral processional for Earling Fire Chief Tom Henrich was held Saturday, Oct. 27 in Earling, with his casket and fire gear being carried to the St. Joseph Catholic Church Cemetery aboard an Earling fire truck.  Fire trucks from across Iowa, with firefighters aboard, attended to pay...
Coby Fineran and Ken Crouse
    REGIONAL -- On Saturday, Oct. 6, IKM-Manning’s Coby Fineran and Beth Hagedorn attended the Truck Convoy for Special Olympics, a national one-day celebration of the trucking company industry, allied partners and law enforcement all working together to help raise money for Special Olympics Iowa...
Jayden Swanson
    DES MOINES -- High school students from 27 U.S. states and territories and 10 countries were selected to attend the 25th Annual Global Youth Institute October 17-20 in Des Moines.    Jayden Swanson from Harlan Community High School was among the 210 students selected to attend the prestigious...
This Sunday November 4th, we are looking for volunteers to put up the lights in the Court House Square. We are meeting at 10 A.M. at the courtyard. We need trucks, ladders. a couple bucket trucks, extension poles to put up lights on the trees. We need lots of bodies to help put up the displays...
Sheriff Neil Gross
    COUNTY -- "We're here for you 24/7 and when I say we it's not just the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office, it's law enforcement and law enforcement officers in general because it's one big family," Neil Gross said.    Gross has been the Shelby County sheriff for a year and a half. He has been a...

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Addie Maxwell
    HARLAN -- Adeline “Addie” Maxwell of Harlan will celebrate her 95th birthday at an open house on her birthday, Saturday, November 17 from 2-4 p.m. at the First United...

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