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Girls cager season ends on high note

The Harvard High School girls basketball team saved its best game for the end of the season against a tough Woodstock North High School team Feb.

Edinger named varsity softball coach

Harvard School District 50 Athletic Director Matt Rife had to scramble last month when varsity girls softball head coach Rick Cartwright resigned less than two months before the start of the season.

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.

‘Radio Live’ series to premiere

The Georgia Rae Family Band will headline Harvard Community Radio’s first performance in the “Radio Live: Concert Series” Sunday, Feb. 15, at the Starline Factory, 306 W. Front St.

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.

Harvard says goodbye to Andi Swenson

On Jan. 11, more than 1,000 people visited the south gym at Harvard High School to say goodbye to Andi Swenson. Andi, who battled cystic fibrosis, received a rare double lung/liver transplant Oct.

Schneider to pitch for Scots

Harvard High School senior Peyton Schneider knows what his future looks like. The three-sport athlete has decided to attend McHenry County College and play baseball for the fighting Scots.

Hornets seek new softball coach

Harvard School District 50 Athletic Director Matt Rife is in a tricky spot.

Merryman in violation of agreement

Merryman Aggregates, which owns a 45-acre site east of Walmart on McGuire Road that is being mined for gravel, is in violation of its annexation agreement with the city of Harvard after failing to mak