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	Practicing for this weekend’s production are L to R -- Julia Renkly, Tim Mumm, Katelyn Kluver, Ellie Gross, Spencer Dozler and Thomas Frederick.
    HARLAN -- The Harlan Community High School Drama Department will present the play Getting Sara Married this weekend in the HCHS auditorium.    The play will be performed on Saturday, April 13 at 7 p.m. and again on Sunday, April 14 at 2 p.m.  Doors will open an hour before each performance.    ...
Harlan HOSA students with their Stop Vaping booth at Red Out this year include L to R -- Kayla Powers, Rachel Anderson, Ashley Sonderman and Justina Borgman.
    HARLAN -- Harlan HOSA (Future Health Professionals) students attended the State HOSA Leadership Conference March 17-19 in Des Moines and competed well, qualifying for the national event held in June.  Students competed in Medical Math, Health Career Photography, and Community Awareness and came...
    COUNTY – Shelby County property owners should have received in the mail last week notification of property assessment changes, Shelby County Assessor Tony Buman said.    On average, the county as a whole is seeing a five percent assessment increase, with much of Harlan receiving around a 10...
    HARLAN – A Kansas City firm proposing a housing development in north Harlan has been awarded housing tax credits from the Iowa Finance Authority for the project, it was announced this week.    Prairie Fire Development Group LLC will receive $710,833 in housing tax credits for a total of 36 new...
    STATE -- The Allegation Review Committee for the Diocese of Des Moines investigated an allegation received last fall against Father Leonard Kenkel of decades-old sexual abuse of a minor and found the allegation to be substantiated, meaning there is sufficient evidence to believe that the abuse...
    HARLAN -- School-based therapy got the attention of Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds and Lieutenant Governor Adam Gregg when they visited Harlan Community Schools earlier this year. Governor Reynolds was interested in the success of Myrtue Medical Center’s unique permanency model within the school...
    HARLAN -- Harlan Municipal Utilities internet rates and speed are going up this spring with billings effective on July 1.    Most using HMU internet will see a $5 or $8 increase, but will also see speeds going from a base of 6Mb increased to 50Mb after fiber is connected to Harlan homes and the...
    HARLAN – The Harlan Community Schools is proposing a tax asking increase for the 2019-20 fiscal year under a proposed budget that was approved by the HCS Board of Education Monday, March 25.    The tax asking increase is proposed to be $112,956 spread out between the management fund ($33,500),...
Firefighter Kyle Miller keeps the fire under control as part of the training.
    PORTSMOUTH -- The Portsmouth and Panama Fire Departments held a training and controlled burn in Portsmouth on Saturday morning, March 30.  The home that was utilized for the training and burn was at 201 3rd Ave. in Portsmouth. 
	Harlan Community High School students who will be participating at state mock trial this week include front L to R -- Julia Renkly, Ben Rihner, Abby Lefeber, Abi Baldwin, Camden Leinen and Brooke Goshorn.  Back L to R -- Josh Rihner, Sam Buman, Lauren Andersen, Liv Freund, Eden Shaeffer, Mallory Mulligan, Savanna Musich, Hannah Bissen, Liz Devine, Lexi Musich, Ellie Gross, Megan Klein, Ally Curren, Amelia Scarf and Avery Carter.  Missing is Tim Mumm.
HARLAN – Harlan Community High School’s two mock trial teams took top honors at the regional event last month and have qualified for state competition this week in Des Moines.    State Mock Trial will be held Thursday-Saturday, April 4-6.  The HCHS Red Team comprised of Lauren Andersen, Hannah...

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