Iowa Region 4 Covid-19 Update - 4-19-21 - The Iowa Department of Public Health’s latest data shows 37 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Region 4, from 6:30 a.m. on Sunday, April 18, to 5:30 a.m. on Monday, April 19. The Iowa Department of Public Health reports 15 additional positive cases of COVID-19 in Pottawattamie County, eight additional positive tests in Harrison County, six additional positive tests in Mills County, five additional positive tests in Cass County, and three additional positive cases in Fremont County. In RMCC Region 4, there are 24 patients hospitalized, 11 are in ICU, one person admitted in the past 24 hours, and four patients on ventilators. Statewide, the Iowa Department of Public Health’s Coronavirus dashboard, today said there had been no additional deaths reported since 10-a.m. Sunday, leaving the pandemic death toll to 5,881. Long-Term Care facility deaths account for 2,301 of the total number of deaths across the state. There were 176 additional positive test results for COVID-19 returned from the labs, for a total of 389,348. There are still two Long-Term Care facility outbreaks, with 23 positive cases among residents and staff at those two facilities. More than two-million (2,060,963) COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in Iowa, and 882,783 individuals have completed the vaccine series. Health officials say COVID-related hospitalizations are at 205, and there are 51 COVID patients in an ICU. The IDPH says 27 people with COVID symptoms were admitted to a hospital across the state, and 19 patients remain on a ventilator. The 14-day positivity rate in Iowa is 4.6%, and the seven-day positivity rate stands at 4.4%.
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Shelby County Sheriff’s report - 4-19-21 - The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office reports six arrests from the past week. On April 8th, authorities in Shelby County were dispatched to a residence in Shelby, for a reported disturbance between a man and a woman. Upon further investigation, 50-year-old Chad Ian Dills was arrested for domestic abuse assault. He was transported to the Shelby County Jail without incident and released on his own recognizance the next day, after appearing before the magistrate. On April 9th, the Iowa State Patrol arrested 37-year-old Randy Glen Newman, of Council Bluffs, following a traffic stop for a speeding violation along Highway 59, in Shelby County. When it was determined Newman’s driving privileges had been barred in the State of Iowa for being a habitual offender, he was transported to the Shelby County jail without incident and charged with driving while barred, habitual offender and held under $2000 cash or surety bond, which was posted a short time later that evening. On April 11th, 23-year-old Kaylee Renae Roach, of Atlantic, was taken into custody following a traffic stop on Highway F58 near the 1900 block. Upon further investigation, it was determined that Roach’s driving privileges had been suspended through the State of Iowa. She was taken into custody without incident, and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, no proof of insurance, and operating a non-registered vehicle. She was held until she was released the following morning on her own recognizance. 26-year-old Dakota Lynn Blum, of Lake View, was also arrested April 11th. She was taken into custody following a traffic stop along Highway 59. Blum, who had a statewide warrant for her arrest out of Sac County, was taken into custody without incident, and later transferred to Sac County for appearance on her outstanding warrant. On April 12th, Deputies in Shelby County arrested 22-year-old Emmanuel Alexis Mejia, of Denison, following a traffic stop along the 600 block of Highway 59, for a traffic violation. Upon further investigation, it was determined that Mejia driving privileges were suspended through the State of Iowa. The passenger in the vehicle, a juvenile male was transferred to the Sheriff’s Office where he was released to a family member without incident. On Sunday, Deputies arrested 46-year-old Karen Diane Barker, of North Wilkesboro, NC, following a traffic stop on Highway 191 in Shelby County. Upon further investigation, Barker was charged with possession of controlled substance (pharmaceutical) and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was transported to the jail without incident and released a short time later after posting the $1300 surety bond.
Harlan man charged with extortion – Harlan Newspapers - 4-19-21 - 29 year old Omar Leonard Saxen Clark of Harlan has been charged with extortion. According to the Harlan Newspapers, Clark faces a maximum sentence of five years in jail and an additional $5,000 fine if convicted of the Class D felony. Clark is accused of having access to a victim’s email accounts used to conduct business between January 10th and March 5th. Court documents allege he changed the passwords and refused to turn them over to the victim unless he was paid $1,800 on March 4th and $703 on March 5th. The action was not allowing the victim to obtain emails in regards to bidding for jobs to keep the business running. A May 4th trial has been set.
Pottawattamie County woman sentenced to over 10 years in prison – 4-19-21 On Monday, April12th, 35 year old Lindsay Hurt of Council Bluffs was sentenced to 10 ½ years in prison for distributing methamphetamine. Hurst was ordered to serve five years of supervised release following her prison term and pay $100 to the Crime Victims’ Fund. There is no parole in the federal system. In January and February 2020, Hurst sold methamphetamine to a confidential informant on three occasions – selling approximately 130.83 grams total of actual methamphetamine. Hurst pleaded guilty on November 20, 2020, to the methamphetamine charge. The investigation was conducted by the Council Bluffs Police Department and Southwest Iowa Narcotics Task Force. The case was prosecuted by the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Iowa.
2 Pottawattamie County men arrested for possession charges – 4-19-21 – 25 year old Robert Michael Guzman Jr. of Carter Lake and 24 year old Jacob Lee Mattox of Council Bluffs were arrested just before 1:30 this morning in Montgomery County. The two were taken into custody for possession of marijuana. They were transported to the Montgomery County Jail and held on a $1,000 cash-only bond, each
Crawford County Law Enforcement Report – 4-19-21 – 31 year old Dereck Paul Argotsinger of Denison was arrested at 2:50 am, Thursday, April 8th for domestic assault, interference with a 911 call, violation of a no-contact order and on a warrant for arson out of Nebraska. He was taken to the Crawford County Jail. At 8:33 pm on Thursday, April 14th, 32 year old Ryan Cox was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated – 1st offense. The traffic stop took place on Highway 59 south of R Avenue, near Denison.
Manhunt in northwest Iowa for suspect involved in high speed chase, injuring officer - Radio Iowa - 4-19-21 - Woodbury County authorities are asking Hornick and Holly Springs residents to be on the lookout for a man who injured a policeman early this morning. At at about 1:30 a.m., a South Sioux City police officer approached two men and the pair jumped in a car and ran over the officer’s leg as they sped away. Woodbury County Sheriff Chad Sheehan says a high-speed chase through Sioux City eventually ended when the car crashed at an intersection of Old Highway 141 that’s west of Holly Springs and north of Hornick. A passenger in the vehicle was arrested, but the sheriff says the driver ran and got away. Sheehen says the suspect wore black pants, a grey zip-up hoodie, and a black ball cap. There was a gun found in the vehicle, but it's unknown if he’s armed or not. The sheriff says residents should not attempt a citizen’s arrest, but should contact the sheriff’s office if they see the suspect.
Omaha Police make arrest following Westroads shooting – 4-19-21 - On Sunday, Omaha Police arrested a 16 year old and 18 year old, booking the 16 year old on a first-degree murder charge in connection with Saturday’s Westroads Mall shooting. The Metro Fugitive Task Force has taken Makhi Woolridge-Jones into custody and will book him on his warrant. According to a Sunday press release, Omaha Police have also arrested 18 year old Brandon Woolridge-Jones for one count of accessory to a felony in the homicide. Brandon is currently in the Douglass County Jail with no bond amount set. The Man critically injured in the shooting, 21 year old Traquez Swift, died about four hours after the shooting.
Governor Reynolds announces appointments to Iowa’s boards and commissions – 4-19-21 - On Friday, April 16th, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced appointments to Iowa’s Boards and commissions. The appointments are subject to Senate confirmation. They include: Early Childhood Iowa State Board – Mary Petersen of Harlan Iowa Autism Council – Wendy Andersen of Treynor County Finance Committee – Kourtney Irlbeck of Carroll Electrical Examining Board – Marg Stoldorf of Red Oak Board of Nursing – Amber Mahrt of Denison State Soil Conservation Committee – Margaret McQuown of Red Oak
Pottawattamie County Sheriff’s report – 4-16-21 - The Pottawattamie County Sheriff’s Office reports a Shenandoah man being held in the Pottawattamie County Jail, was served Thursday, with a warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia and eluding a police officer. 39-year-old Alfred Vernon Mutchler, Jr., was then returned to the custody of Corrections staff. A man from Carson was arrested Thursday morning, for Violation of a No Contact/Protective Order. 21-year-old Riley Wayne French was taken into custody at around 10:15-a.m. at a residence in the 44,000 block of Highway 92. Wednesday morning, Pottawattamie County deputies arrested 30-year old Alyssa La Rae Brown, following a traffic stop on I-80 eastbound, in Council Bluffs. Brown was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance/Marijuana – 1st offense, and was later released. There were several prisoner transfers from other jail facilities to the Pottawattamie County Jail, these past few days. Included among them was: 27-year-old Joseph Andrew Riesberg, of Council Bluffs, who was transported from the Montgomery County Jail to the Pottawattamie County Jail to address a warrant for Burglary 3rd Degree, Criminal Mischief 4th and Theft 4th. 45-year-old Michelle Marie Vincent, was transported from the Douglas County Jail to the Pottawattamie County Jail to address a warrant for Child Endangerment, Abandonment. 36-year-old Brandon Earl Amos, of Omaha, NE, was transported from the Douglas County Jail to the Pottawattamie County Jail to address a warrant for Harassment 2nd Degree and Operating While Intoxicated 1st Offense. 46-year-old Raul Tamayer, of Lakota, was transported from the Kossuth County Jail to the Pottawattamie County Jail to address a warrant for Harassment 1st Degree. And, 38-year-old Matthew Joseph Ramirez, of Omaha, Ne, was transported from the Douglas County Jail to the Pottawattamie County Jail to address a warrant for Violation of Probation.
Man convicted in a 39-year-old Council Bluffs murder denied post-conviction relief – KJAN – 4-16-21 - One of two men convicted in the Sept. 1981 murders in Council Bluffs of Stanley Fisher and his mother Kate, has had his appeal for postconviction-relief (PCR) to the Iowa Supreme Court, denied. According to their ruling released today, an appeal of a Council Bluffs District Court decision was filed by John Lee Hrbek, who was convicted on two counts of Murder in the first degree. Hrbek had sought a review of interlocutory order prohibiting him from filing any additional pro-se supplemental documents in postconviction relief. The court noted he has been litigating a still pending application for postconviction relief, in an attempt to vacate his murder convictions. The basis of his appeal was an Iowa Legislature-passed and governor signed, July 1, 2019, Omnibus Crime Bill. That bill – which was signed while Hrbek’s PCR case was pending – prohibits postconviction relief applicants represented by counsel, to filing “any pro se document, including an application, brief, reply brief, or motion, in any Iowa court.” Pro-se refers to law that allows a defendant or plaintiff to argue on their behalf in a legal proceeding. His appeal involved the applicability and constitutionality of the new law, as applied to pending postconviction relief appeals. A month after the law was passed, the district court entered an order prohibiting Hrbek from filing any additional pro-se documents in his case, and ordered him instead to forward any such documents to his legal counsel. The Iowa Supreme Court affirmed the District Court’s decision in the matter and remanded the case back to the lower court. In its verdict, the High Court said there cannot be different sets of rules for cases based on when laws were passed.
Registration now open for Summer Iowa Games – Radio Iowa – 4-7-21 - Registration is now open for the majority of sports in the Summer Iowa Games, which will be held in the Ames area and at Iowa State University in late July and early August. Cory Kennedy, a spokesman for the games, says the pandemic has forced a few changes, but organizers are thrilled to be moving forward with this year’s events. While the 2020 edition of the Summer Iowa Games was abbreviated due to COVID, this year’s version will see competition in more than 50 sports. Some of the popular sports for teams are soccer, baseball, and softball. Individual sports, track and field is a large sport, archery is an up-and-coming, growing sport, and another large sport that is continually growing is pickleball. The main weekend of the games is scheduled for July 29th through August 1st, with 27 sports and competitions. Some events will start on July 10th, while others will begin in just a few weeks. They will host a high school trap-shooting event in May, as well as their annual Big Fish Classic fishing tournament. Billed as Iowa’s premier multi-sports festival, the event will attract thousands of participants from across the state. The Opening Ceremony will be held virtually this year on July 30th. Learn more and register at www.iowagames.org.
Need help with your heating bill? – 2-3-21 – The 2020-2021 Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program has been established to help qualifying low-income Iowa homeowners and renters pay a portion of their primary heating costs for the winter heating season. The assistance is based on household income, household size, type of fuel and type of housing. When you apply you will need documents for your application. These documents will offer proof of total household gross income from all sources for the past month or past calendar year. They must have complete proof of income to process your application. They include: FIXED INCOME – this income may include: Social Security Benefits, Supplemental Security Income, Family Investment Program, Veterans’ Assistance, Unemployment Insurance and Pensions. Please bring a copy of your most recent month check stubs or other proof of income. WAGE EARNERS – copies of your check stubs for the four weeks preceding the date of application or a copy of your Federal Income Tax Return. SELF-EMPLOYMENT/FARMERS – A COPY OF YOUR MOST RECENT Federal Income Tax Return. FIP AND SSI RECIPIENTS – please bring your current DHS Notice of Decision. If you receive alimony, child support, or rental income, it will also need to be verified. Applications will be accepted electronically, by mail or by phone to West Central Community Action, 1017 7th Street, Harlan, IA 51537. Call 755-5602. Applications will be accepted through April 30th. Upcoming events -
Applications being accepted for health care educational grants - 3-18-21 - Applications for healthcare educational grants from the Endowment for Education are now being accepted. The grants are made available through the Lucille Petersen Endowment Fund, which was established in 1988. The funds will be distributed to selected applicants seeking short or long-range educational assistance to pursue healthcare occupations. An April 30th deadline has been set for applications to be submitted for the summer 2021 semester. The funds will be distributed as grants--loans that will be forgiven if the recipient is employed within a 20-mile radius of Harlan in his or her specialized healthcare occupation following completion of courses. If a recipient cannot fulfill the service terms under which the loan will be forgiven, the money is subject to a five percent interest rate and repayment of principal. Application forms and more information are available by contacting Ruth Pitkin, Myrtue Medical Center, 1213 Garfield Ave., Harlan, IA, 51537, phone 712-755-4316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The grants can be for new, entry-level, or advanced training or certifications.
The Audubon School District Board of Education will hold their regular monthly meeting Monday, April 19th, in the High School Board Room. The meeting will get underway at 7 pm. Some items on the agenda for tonight include approving the last day of school and the list of graduates, approving an AEA purchasing agreement, approval of a "Quit Claim" deed for the Christensen Trust and approval of a late Open Enrollment request. In other business, the Audubon School Board will receive updates from Superintendent Eric Trager with regard to Federal COVID Relief Funds, along with a report on buildings and grounds. At the end of the regular business the Board will move into a closed session for the purpose of strategy negotiations with those employees not represented by a collective bargaining unit. Following the closed session, the board will take action on approving raises for those same employees.
A rummage sale to benefit LC Clinic is being held on Thursday, April 22nd from noon to 6, Friday, April 23rd from 9 to 5 and Saturdays, April 24th from 9 to 2, at 1818 Chatburn Plaza in Harlan, with all proceeds going to support its new pregnancy medical clinic opening soon in Atlantic. Volunteers to assist with the setup and sale and donations for the rummage sale are needed. If you would like to donate saleable items in good condition, no clothing please, bring them to 1818 Chatburn on Monday and Wednesday, April 19th and 21st from 11 to 2 and Tuesday April 20th, from 4 to 6 pm. For more information, contact Lori Hlavac at 579-9531 or Dottie Krogh ***KROHG***at 249-9084.
NAMI Connection - National Alliance on Mental Illness Recovery Support Group = In-Person Support Group will meet 6:30-8 pm Monday, April 19th, at the SCCO Building - Hero's Attic- at 1105 8th Street in Harlan. For more information call 712-542-7904.
Upcoming blood donation opportunities - Monday, April 19th 8 am -2 pm Myrtue Medical Center Auble Room, for appointments call Ruth at 755-4316. Wednesday, April 21st Noon-6 pm Central Church in Carroll Saturday, April 24th 8 am - 2 pm at Shelby Community Building in Shelby Tuesday, April 27th 11:30-5:30 at Legion Centennial Center in Dedham Noon to 6 pm at Portsmouth Community Hall in Portsmouth Thursday, April 29th 1 to 6 pm at Neola Community Center in Neola Tuesday, May 11th 11:30-5:30 pm Vet's Auditorium in Harlan For an appointment, contact Sue at 755-5725.
Shelby County Board of Supervisors to meet Tuesday, 4/20 – 4-19-21 - The Shelby County Board of Supervisors will meet Tuesday morning at 9 am at the Shelby County Courthouse. Among items on the agenda will be Geralyn Greer giving a report from the Recorder’s Department, consider the approval of the minutes from the April 6th meeting. Todd Valline will give an update from the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Brandon Burmeister will have a secondary roads report. Auditor Mark Maxwell will discuss employee benefit administration resolution 2021-17; building and grounds report roof bid, carpet bids, painting and resolution 2021-18 – the transfer of funds from Rural Basic to Environmental Health. There will also be any Covid policies discussion and a Courthouse walk through with the Supervisors.
Harlan City Council to meet Tuesday evening – 4-19-21 - The Harlan City Council will meet Tuesday evening at 5:15 in the Harlan Council Chambers with the meeting also offered to the public by way of Zoom. Among items on the agenda will be Ordinance 2021-01 – an ordinance amending chapters 165 and 166 of the Code of Ordinance for the City of Harlan, pertaining to the planning and zoning commission. Resolution 2442 – amending the Planning and Zoning Bylaws by change the fees charged in Section V, subsection 5.01 from $50 to $150. Resolution 2443 – a resolution to adopt an Employee Retirement Compensation Provision for inclusion in the City of Harlan personnel rules and regulations handbook. Also review the disposal of the Walk Bridge at 4th and Tarkington St. The will also hear from the City Administrator and the Mayors Report which will include the Arbor Day Proclamation, Shelby County Chamber of Commerce and Industry Update, Harlan Municipal Utilities Update and Public Comments.
The Iowa Community Kitchen will be open 4 to 6 pm, Tuesday, April 20th at the First Baptist Church in Harlan. They will be serving a potato bar, bread and dessert. The menu is subject to change. Masks are required and meals will be served at your table. Everyone in the community is welcome to attend and bring a friend. Due to the rising cost of food and supplies, there is a minimum of $3 per meal to eat in. Children 15 years and younger are free.
The Iowa Community Kitchen will be open 4 to 6 pm, Thursday, April 22nd at St. Joseph's Parish Hall in Earling. They will be serving tater tot casserole, fluff salad and dessert. The menu is subject to change. Masks are required and meals will be served at your table. Everyone in the community is welcome to attend and bring a friend. Due to the rising cost of food and supplies, there is a minimum of $3 per meal to eat in. Children 15 years and younger are free.
Hike Night for Earth Day and Trash Clean Up will be held Thursday, April 22nd at Prairie Rose State Park. Meet at the beach parking lot.
The Harlan Lions Club will be having "May Day/Mother's Day" giving plates for sale. They are hand painted ceramic plates with a dozen home baked M&M and sugar cookies wrapped with a bow and card. The cost is $15 per plate. Pre-order by Friday, April 23rd 4 to 6 pm and Saturday, April 24th from 8 to noon outside of Harlan Hy-Vee or call Donna Schmidt at 579-2483. Pick up will be Friday, April 30th, 4 to 6 pm or Saturday, May 1st, 8 am to noon outside Harlan Hy-Vee.
Harlan Community Schools Drama Club presents Disney's "Frozen Jr." Friday, April 23rd at 7 pm, Saturday, April 24th at 7 pm and Sunday, April 25th at 2 pm in the Harlan community High School Auditorium. Tickets are available online, at the school office or at the door. Live streaming is also available for purchase.
BIKE, RUN, OR WALK AS MUCH OR AS LITTLE AS YOU LIKE..BUT REGISTER NOW FOR MANNING’S 9TH ANNUAL TRAIL TO NOWHERE RIDE, SATURDAY, APRIL 24TH, FROM 2 TO 6 PM! REGISTRATION WILL BE HELD FROM 1 TO 2 PM AT 307 MAIN STREET IN MANNING WITH A GIFT FOR THE FIRST 75 PEOPLE THAT REGISTER! YOU CAN ALSO PRE-REGISTER AT THE CITY HALL, REC CENTER OF AT MANNINGIA.COM/TRAILS.HTML. IT’S A GREAT TIME FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY, WITH TONS OF FOOD AND DRINK SPECIALS TO CHECK OUT!
There will be a Mobile Drive-Thru Food Pantry, Monday, April 26th, from 5 to 6:30 pm at Veteran's Memorial Building in Harlan. You will receive one box of non-perishable food, 1 box of produce and 1 loaf of bread. You are asked to enter from 12th Street or Chatburn Avenue. You will be directed where to line up. This food pantry is open to all, no paperwork is required. It is sponsored by Harlan Lion's Club.
THE HARLAN COMMUNITY MUSIC BOOSTER ASSOCIATION PRESENTS THEIR ANNUAL JUST DONATE EVENT, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28TH! THE HARLAN MUSIC BOOSTERS SUPPORTS ALL BAND AND VOCAL PROGGRAMS AT THE HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS BY PROVIDING FUNDING FOR UNIFORMS, REPAIRS, MUSIC AND MORE. DUE TO COVID, THEY DID NOT HOLD THEIR REGULAR FUNDRAISING EVENTS IN 2020, SO PLEASE HELLP THEM MEET THEIR GOAL TO RAISE OVER $50,000 THIS YEAR TO SUPPORT THE TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE IN MUSIC AT OUR SCHOOLS. 100% OF YOUR TAX DEDUCTIBLE DONATION GOES DIRECTLY TO SUPPORTING THE STUDENTS AND MUSIC PROGRAMS. ONCE AGAIN, THE EVENT IS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28TH. DONATIONS CAN BE MADE ONLINE AT CYCLONDMUSIC.ORG OR MAILED TO HCMBA, PO BOX 134, HARLAN, IA 51537.
Jazz on the Square will be held on Harlan's Downtown Square, Thursday, April 29th, 6 - 7:30 pm. They will be featuring HCHS Alumni Alicia Rau on trumpet and vocals with Steve Lawson on the key board, Craig Nance on guitar and Rick Dotzler on drums. In case of inclement weather, the event will be at the Faith Sound Building at 2307 Chatburn Avenue in Harlan, just west of Highway 44 and Highway 59.
Harlan Pool Pass Sales will be postponed until May 3rd to ensure that the City of Harlan will be adequately staffed for the pool season. If you or someone you know is interested in lifeguarding, please stop by the Harlan City Hall, 711 Durant Street for an application packet.
A Farmers to Families Food Box Distribution Drive-thru will be held Saturday, May 8th, from 10 am to 11:30 am at 1235 870th Street south of Harlan. Off Highway 59, turn east at Moonogram Prepared Meats, follow the signage to the Western Engineering Building. The drive is free to all households, no income level requirements.
Shelby's Craft and Vendor Market - Spring 2021 will be held from 9 to 3 pm Saturday, May 15th at the Cardinal Lofts at 304 Western Avenue in Shelby. Booths will be located in the gym, south of the old school. Some vendors might be located outside on the pavement across the street. Masks will not be required but are encouraged. Food will be available along with a bake sale. All proceeds from the booth rentals will go toward the City of Shelby's 150th Celebration in June. Food sale proceeds will go to the Shelby Fire and Rescue Hotspots to support the events they will be sponsoring during the 150th celebration.
A Virtual Brown Bag Lunch Program "Square Stories from Danish author Louis Jensen" will be presented by Lise Kildegaard, professor of English at Luther College Thursday, May 20th, starting at 12 noon. Please join on the museum's Facebook and YouTube pages at noon to watch the free, monthly presentations as they premier. These programs are sponsored by Danish Sisterhood Donning Margrethe Lodge #15 Milwaukee, WI.
Roar Into Harlan Bike Night - On the Historic Downtown square in Harlan will be held 6 to 9 pm, Thursday, May 20th. There will be live entertainment, food, fun and prizes. For additional information and weather-related notices, email email@example.com.
The First ever Gallery of Artisans event will be held over Tivoli Fest weekend on Main Street in Kimballton. On Friday, May 28th from 4 to 9 pm, there will be wine tasting and a pottery demonstration. On Saturday, May 29th from 8 am to 5 pm, there will be coffee and artists at work with pottery, macrame, leathercraft and basketry demonstrations. Plus jewelry, paintings, photography and more on display.
8-Ball Aviation Club's Flight Breakfast will be held 7 to 11 am, Sunday, June 20th at the Harlan Municipal Airport. More details to come.
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