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Minister looks to make impact

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

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.

Bed and breakfast opens in country

A new bed and breakfast, Crane Hollow, has opened in Harvard at 18914 Lincoln Road. For owner Margie Pieper, the opening marks the long-awaited fulfillment of a lifelong dream.

Hornets looking to rebound

After starting the season with a 41-0 victory over Rock Falls High School Aug. 29, the Hornets lost close games to Winnebago High School, 30-23, Sept.

Finishing touch - Renovations complete at D-50 schools after almost two years

Harvard School District 50 students and teachers will return to school Sept. 2 and find changes abound.

Hartwig retires from HFPD

Forty-seven years doesn’t seem like a lifetime ago, but for Bill Hartwig, owner of Hartwig Plumbing, 20800 E.

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.

Booster Club under new leadership

The Harvard Booster Club has seen a change in its leadership.

Harvard resident’s flowers bloom

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

Practice pays off for local fiddler

Georgia Rae Mussared loves music. The Richmond native has played the fiddle for 11 years and has become really good at it. So good, in fact, that she reigns over two states.