Thursday, Apr 18, 2019

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Former NFL player dedicated his life to helping others

John Powers may have spent five years playing professional football in the National Football League, but to friends and family his biggest impact came off the field.

Like father, like son - Phillip Lehmann fills fathers shoes at Harvard State Bank

After more than 30 years as president and chief executive officer at Harvard State Bank, Roger Lehmann will hand over the reins to his son, Phillip Lehmann.

Heath clinic to receive grant

The Harvard Area Community Health Center will receive $1,238,944 to purchase an existing building, renovate two suites to equip and add a dental clinic and add an additional medical exam room and a de

Miller set to take over as county treasurer

When Bill LeFew steps away from his post as McHenry County Treasurer later this month, the county will get a new treasurer with nearly an equal amount of experience in the office.

Sanchez looks to take the next step

Harvard resident Emmanuel Sanchez is well on his way to a successful career as an mixed martial arts fighter.

Radio station to hold fundraiser

Harvard Community Radio will host a fundraiser in an effort to raise money to construct and install a low-power FM antenna. The event will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct.

District 50 seeks board members

Harvard School District 50 is seeking two board members to fill recent vacancies on its board of education.

HHS senior selected for state production

Marley Smith was selected to work as part of the stage crew for the 2015 Illinois High School Theatre Festival All-State Production of “Pippin.”

Gateway Park work nearing completion

The Land Conservancy of McHenry County continues to restore property that will be home to the future Gateway Park in Harvard.

Harvard looks to cut parks and recreation budget

Harvard is looking for ways to cut the parks and recreation budget, which has been losing revenues since the economic and housing downfall.