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Katie Stern, representing the Harlan Girl Scouts
    HARLAN -- Katie Stern, representing the Harlan Girl Scouts, places flowers at the memorial site during Memorial Day services at the Harlan Cemetery Monday, May 25.  More photos inside today’s NA.
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    COUNTY -- Shelby County voters will head to the polls Tuesday, June 2 to cast ballots in this year’s primary election.  Polls are open from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. at regular polling places, shown at right.    More than 2,000 residents already have voted absentee for the primary election, a large turnout...
    HARLAN --  The Harlan Theatre will officially be back in business on Friday, June 5, reopening after a two-and-a-half month hiatus due to COVID-19.    Sharon Lucke, co-owner and operator of the Harlan Theatre along with her husband, Kevin, said that all safeguards and precautions are being...
    STATE -- Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds has announced this week additional business sector openings as well as the loosening of restrictions on other sectors beginning June 1.    Highlights of the changes include restaurants and bars will be allowed to seat groups up to 10 individuals, an increase from...
Borkowski
    HARLAN -- Lucy Borkowski, a senior at Harlan Community High School, was recently presented the school’s highest agricultural honor, the Dekalb Agricultural Accomplishment Award, sponsored by Bayer Crop Science.    Borkowski, the daughter of Steve and Holly Borkowski of Manilla, received the...
    COUNTY -- Governor Kim Reynolds’ Proclamation of Public Health Disaster Emergency extended deadlines for many of the driver’s license services Shelby County provides to May 27, 2020.      If the proclamation is not extended the following deadlines and alternative services to be aware of are as...
    COUNTY -- As Shelby County’s number of confirmed COVID-19 cases continues to rise, now at 31 with 8 tests still pending, local health officials are reminding residents to continue their diligence with social distancing and personal hygiene measures.  Many of Iowa’s businesses are re-opening...
    HARLAN -- The City of Harlan has filled its pool at the Norman D. Stamp Aquatic Center, but continues to work to determine a plan of action for pool usage this summer.      Filling the pool was done to protect the integrity of the structure as well as the immediate availability of water due to...
    STATE – Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds on Wednesday, May 20 disclosed a schedule that lifts restrictions on more Iowa venues and businesses that have been closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.    As of last Friday, May 22, wedding venues, museums, aquariums, zoos and movie theaters were allowed to re-...
	Families picked up their belongings last week at the Harlan Community Elementary Schools.  Teachers/associates gathered up the belongings from desks and lockers for distribution after the school buildings were closed. Lori Tarney hands back items.
HARLAN – Teachers, staff and administration of the Harlan Community Schools crossed the finish line of the 2019-20 academic year last week, walking away with a gold medal for their efforts to keep their students safe, healthy and engaged in voluntary learning during this unprecedented time dealing...

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