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Harvard is hub for 4-H clubs

Since its inception more than 100 years ago, 4-H has helped shape the lives of many young people. It is now the country’s largest youth development organization.

Starline live model studio inspires

On Monday evenings at the Starline Factory, artists, aspiring artists or people who simply want to unwind can connect with their creative geniuses for a few hours by participating in the factory’s w

Dance company changing lives

For 20 years, Tina Hansen, a former Chicagoan who lives in Delavan, Wis., has shared her love and passion for dance with the community.

Author returns to Harvard

Author Chester Parks recently returned to Harvard after living in Henderson, Nev., for the last decade.

HCEF awards first mega grants

For the first year since its inception in 1996, the Harvard Community Education Foundation has the means to award mega grants to educators.

Minister looks to make impact

A new minister has joined Harvard’s First United Methodist Church.

Harvard resident’s flowers bloom

David Chase, a former Floridan who has lived in Harvard for the past 11 years, loves to garden.

Church group to host walk for needy

On Saturday, Sept. 20, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul of St. Joseph Catholic Church will host “Friends of the Poor,” a fundraiser set to take place at Milky Way Park in Harvard.

Family celebrates 100 years

For generations, members of the Perenchio family have called the farm at 2711 Perenchio Lane in Harvard home.

Crosby says goodbye to first class

Richard D. Crosby Elementary School recently graduated its first class of students to complete all grade levels – kindergarten to third grade.