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A rescue mission for oak trees

To help insure the survival and regeneration of one of the county’s most prized natural resources, The Land Conservancy of McHenry County will conduct what it calls “oak rescues.”

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.

HHS senior attends state conference

As a second-grade student at Central School, Katia Schmitt decided she wanted to be a singer.

Looking to keep our children safe

Harvard resident Doug Frenk wants to protect our children.

HHS prepares to see the wizard

Harvard High School administrators had to scramble after Christmas break to find a director for the spring musical after choir director Haley Gifford resigned.

Working together for seniors

The Harvard Senior Center and Crystal Lake-based McHenry County Senior Care Volunteer Network recently joined forces to brainstorm ways in which both groups can better assist area senior citizens.

Students to perform in honor band

Six Harvard High School band students will perform a brand-new musical composition written by the founder and conductor of the Keystone Winds Ensemble and composer Dr.

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.

Hvd schools implement new program

Jefferson Elementary School and Harvard Junior High School have adopted the Student Ambassador program this fall to provide support to students who have been identified as leaders by their peers as we

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.