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HARLAN — Along with the new building underway at the Harlan Community schools, new resources are also arriving to help educators continue to update and improve every day within the walls. Made possible by the generous donations of the community, the Harlan Education Foundation has raised $65,000 to...
*********BREAKING NEWS************The following press release was read at the Tuesday, November 20 Shelby County Board of Supervisor's meeting. Please see the Tuesday, November 28 edition of the Harlan Tribune for more information. The County is proud of the overwhelming support voters placed in...
  The cast of the Harlan Community Theatre’s “Lend Me a Tenor” includes (front row, left to right) Kate Simmons, Tony Buman, Jodine Holloway, (back row) Tim Pagett, Eric Pahnisch, Jonathan Shelton, Dawn Vanden Berg, and Megan Sorensen.
HARLAN — Tickets are available now for the Harlan Community Theatre’s production of “Lend Me a Tenor”, a comedy by Ken Ludwig. Performances will be at the Therkildsen Center, 706 Victoria St., Harlan on Friday, November 17, Saturday, November 18, and Monday, November 20 at 7 p.m. and a matinee...
 STATEWIDE — The Iowa Utilities Board (IUB) evidentiary hearing for Summit Carbon Solutions’ petition for a hazardous liquid pipeline resumed last Tuesday and concluded the next day after a month-long recess due to scheduling conflicts with the venue wherethe hearing was held. The hearing, which...
Harlan — A group of Harlan church members have found a way to keep plastic bags out of landfills and, instead, are putting them to good use. Ladies from “The Church on the Hill”, the Congregational United Church of Christ & the United Methodist Mission Church of Harlan are re-purposing bags...
 Barb Swanson (left), former owner of Touch of Class Dry Cleaning recently sold the business to Mike Kasperbauer (right) of Carroll.
Harlan — Barb Swanson, owner of Touch of Class Dry Cleaning in Harlan, has retired after 29 years of business.Swanson opened Touch of Class in November 1994. “We put all the piping and equipment in,” Swanson said. “It was a shell when we went there.”At that time, she had already had over 13 years...
Courtnee Albers, RN
HARLAN — Nurses at Myrtue Medical Center are being honored with The DAISY Award  For Extraordinary Nurses. The award is part of the DAISY Foundation’s program to express gratitude to nurses who perform extraordinary care and compassion every day.  The not-for-profit DAISY Foundation was established...
 From left: Steve Mores, Dean of the Iowa State College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Beate Schmittmann and Alan Mores.(Photo contributed)
AMES — The Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University has named Alan and Steve Mores the recipients of its 2023 James W. Schwartz Award. The annual award recognizes distinguished service to journalism and communication and is the highest honor conferred by the school....
SHELBY COUNTY  — Shelby County voters will head to their polling locations Tuesday, November 7 to elect officials for cities and school districts. Also on the ballot will be Measure TD for the purpose of funding Emergency Medical Services in Shelby County. (Please see separate story for more...
SHELBY COUNTY — Voters in Shelby County will vote on Emergency Medical Services essential funding November 7.  Public Measure TD  asks voters to fund a county wide EMS service for a period of 15 years through a tax levy.  The proposed amount is $.75 cents per $1,000 of taxable property within the...

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