Friday, Apr 20, 2018

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HFPD receives blast from past

A treasure has been returned to the Harvard Fire Protection District by Victoria Hubbell, the granddaughter of Howard J. Ferris, who was one of the founders of Harvard’s Starline Building.

Yerke celebrates 103rd birthday

Harvard resident Bonita Yerke was born Nov. 25, 1911, when the price of stamps was 2 cents, Charlie Chaplin was starting to act, and William H. Taft was president of the United States.

Pastor’s goal becomes reality

How long do you want to stay at the First Presbyterian Church of Harvard? This was the question asked of Jeff Borgerson when he was a candidate to be pastor of the church in 1989.

Shirt bonds hero to Harvard

Men keep old T-shirts for all kinds of reasons. Many times it is to let the world know they are a fan and have someone they revere.

New principal takes over at St. Joseph

Gregory Wilhelm, originally from Evansville, Ind., has been selected to be principal of St. Joseph Catholic School at 201 N. Division St.

Hoping she will ‘Breath On...Andi’

If the average 22-year-old Harvard woman was asked what her immediate needs are, her answer might be for a better-paying job or a nicer car.

Heritage House celebrates 40th

“Gemutlichkeit” is German for “good, warm feeling.” It’s the sentiment the Heritage House restaurant, at 21225 Highway 14, Harvard, has conveyed for the last 40 years.

'Moo'ving right along

The 26th Harvard Milk Days poster is about to be revealed. One poster is chosen each year to celebrate cows, farmers and farming, which is the heart of Milk Days.

Solar panels to heat swimming pool

Newly installed solar panels will not only help heat the 7,000 square-foot swimming pool in Lions Park this year, but will also save the town money.

Smelt fry a ‘rite of passage’ for 65 years

The Sportsmen’s Club of Harvard has ordered 2,000 pounds of fresh Wisconsin smelt for its wildly popular smelt fry, taking place from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 15, at the club, 21226 Highway 14.