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    HARLAN -- The search for Harlan’s new management structure officially began this week, as the city’s Personnel and Finance Committee Wednesday, May 18 brought in a representative of the Institute of Public Affairs from the University of Iowa.    Jeff Schott, program director,  and Mark Miller,...
    ELK HORN -- Salem Lutheran Homes and Rehabilitation Center announced today that construction will begin on the expansion of its dining room June 6.    The project will add space for veterans’ activities to build upon being the only Veterans Certified facility in the area, allow Salem Homes to...
	Earning top honors at the National BPA Conference this month were L to R -- Kyle Schmitz, Michaela Bissen, Jay Swanson and Alana Monson.  (Photo by Kim Wegener)
HARLAN – Four Harlan Community High School students earned outstanding honors at the national Business Professionals of America leadership conference this month, including a national champion crowned in freshman Jay Swanson and a national runner-up in Kyle Schmitz.    Swanson, a freshman, became...
	Robert and Mabel Madsen are grand marshalls for the Tivoli Festival this weekend.  (Photo by Sarah Muller)
    ELK HORN -- Mabel Madsen used to wait for her husband, Robert, to come home to greet him when he came home from work. This was one of her ways she showed her love.    Now as Robert and Mabel sit side-by-side holding hands at Salem Lutheran Homes in Elk Horn, Mabel repeats the question a little...
HARLAN -- The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce and Industry will host a candidates’ forum on Monday, May 23 at 6 p.m. at the Harlan Community High School auditorium.
REGIONAL – Seniors from area high schools will graduate Sunday, May 22 in commencement exercises at their schools.    Harlan Community High School will host pomp and circumstance beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday in the HCHS gymnasium.  See the Tuesday, May 17 Harlan Tribune for details about the ceremony...
	From left: Leonie Finkbeiner, Alfonsina “Bonlli” de Santos Guzman and Anja Steiger have spent the past school year at HCHS as foreign exchange students. They will all be returning to their home countries soon. (Photo by Kim Wegener)
HARLAN -- In a few short weeks Anja Steiger of Germany, Alfonsina “Bonlli” de Santos Guzman of Mexico and Leonie Finkbeiner of Germany will be returning to their home countries with lots of great memories of Harlan and HCHS. The foreign exchange students were juniors at HCHS during the 2015-2016...
Justin Brus, IKM-Manning sixth grader, feels the teeth of a fish during a demonstration by the Iowa DNR’s Brian Hayes.
	See more photos in Tuesday’s Harlan Tribune.  (Photo by Sarah Muller)
    HARLAN -- Conservation Day for approximately 200 sixth graders from Shelby County was held at Prairie Rose State Park on Wednesday.
Sarah Muller, Harlan Newspapers summer intern
    HARLAN -- Sarah Muller, Pella, has joined the Harlan Newspapers as summer intern.    She is a junior studying journalism and mass communication with a minor in political science at Iowa State University.    Muller wishes to have a job in the reporting field after graduation.    “One of my...
	These students finishing in the top 10 percent of the HCHS graduating class include front L to R -- Emily Lefeber, Addie Kaster and Julia Sorfonden.  Second row L to R -- Emma Ahrenholtz, Emily Juhl, Paige Powers, Jessica DuVal, Logan Schaben and Haley Koch.  Back L to R -- Michael Rueschenberg, Ethan Knudson, Logan Peters, Marcus Klein and Levi Kohl.  (Photo by Mike Oeffner)
    REGIONAL -- Fourteen students are vying to graduate with the highest distinction at Harlan Community High School this week, earning Summa Cum Laude honors for having obtained a 3.9 grade point average or above throughout their four years of high school.    The students will be recognized during...

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