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A Rangers team member throws a ball to his teammate.
HARLAN -- After a long season that started in early April, kids enjoyed their last t-ball games of the season at J.J. Jensen Park in Harlan.
Firefighters kept the burn pile under control.
HARLAN -- On Wed., June 20, the Harlan Fire Department control burned what remained of the old mill after it was torn down the Friday before.    Bobby Fox, with Fox Construction, will return to remove the remaining rubble once the fire is completely out and the mill’s remains reduced to ashes.    ...
    HARLAN -- Former Harlan City Administrator Terry Cox disagrees with the charges filed against him, plans to plead not guilty to all charges, and is looking forward to clearing his name at trial.    Complaints filed in Shelby County District Court last Friday charged Cox with Theft First Degree...
Dixie Shanahan Duty was taken away in handcuffs by then Shelby County Sheriff Gene Cavenaugh after the jury’s verdict back in 2004 convicting her of second-degree murder in the killing of her husband, Scott Shanahan.
    STATE – Dixie Shanahan Duty, 50, Defiance, convicted of second-degree murder in 2004 in the shooting death of her husband, Scott Shanahan, has been granted work release by the Iowa Board of Parole.    The board made the decision on June 5, but hasn’t announced a date when the work release will...
From rockin’ Channel One Suite with the Harlan Jazz Experience to now assistant general manager of The Hollywood Palladium, music always has been a huge part of Dylan Greer’s life...
HOLLYWOOD, CA – They only had about 24 hours notice, and overall the entire evening was quite unpredictable; nevertheless, it was a night nobody involved will ever forget.  The Los Angeles Times called it the Best Prince Show Ever back in 2014, and Harlan native Dylan Greer played a big part in...
Sixth and Seventh Sts. in Harlan were almost knee deep in water Tuesday morning, while a truck was submerged to the doors in a ditch along Highway 59.
         The area saw as much as 4-6 of rain Tuesday morning in some spots, and more storms rolled through Tuesday night and Wednesday night into Thursday morning bringing the week’s totals to well above seven inches in areas.
Owner: Leah and Russ Blenkinsop (pictured)
    HARLAN -- Leah Marie Photography was one of eight businesses in downtown Harlan to receive grant money for facade work.    The building received a new paint job, new windows, and a new awning. Around the bottom of the building previously had tile and glass and the upper windows were previously...
Click the link below to see the full listing of Harlan's City-Wide Garage Sales 2018. http://www.harlanonline.com/harlan-city-wide-garage-sales-2018
    AVOCA -- Mildred F. Johnson, 97, Avoca, died Friday, June 15 in Avoca.    Services will be held Tuesday, June 19 at 10:30 a.m. at Altamont Baptist Church in rural Shelby County with burial in the Cuppy’s Grove Cemetery in rural Shelby County.    Family will greet friends Tuesday from 9:30-10:30...
Former Harlan City Administrator Terry Cox
    HARLAN – Former Harlan City Administrator Terry Lynn Cox, 67, has been charged in Shelby County District Court with Theft First Degree, Felonious Misconduct in Office and Tampering with Records.    Cox, 1314 Southridge Drive, Harlan, was booked into the Shelby County Jail on Friday, June 15,...

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