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  • Oestreichs named Citizens of the Year

    Drew Lawson|Updated Sep 22, 2023

    HARRINGTON - Longtime residents Crayton and Beth Oestreich have enjoyed a married life of getting involved with organizations around their small city and offering their skills and services to volunteer work. Now, they're being recognized for it. The couple was named Citizens of the Year by the local Lions Club and will be recognized in the Fall Festival Parade Saturday, Sept. 23. Crayton, 71, grew up on the family wheat farm between Harrington and Sprague. He graduated from...

  • Fall Festival schedule

    Updated Sep 21, 2023

    8 a.m. - Pancake feed by Harrington FFA at Memorial Hall 8 a.m. - Golf and Country Club opens. 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. - The Harrington Opera House Rummage Sale and tours 10 a.m. - Huff N Puff Fun Run 11 a.m. - Fall Festival Parade 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. - Hotel Lincoln is open 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. - Stone Road Distillery is open 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. - Vendor booths Noon - Lions Club BBQ Noon - 3 p.m. - Childrens games and face painting Noon till goods are sold out - Harrington Homemakers pie sale 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. - Live Bingo 3 p.m. - Raffle drawing...

  • How the meat gets made

    Drew Lawson, The Record-Times|Updated Sep 21, 2023

    HARRINGTON—Attendees at the 76th Annual Fall Festival Saturday, Sept. 23 will likely be eager to enjoy a Lions Club BBQ lunch that begins serving at noon. But what those attendees may not know is that the same family has overseen smoking the rounds used for that lunch since Fall Festival began. Wes Bly took over the project that his son Dennis now operates in 1946, one year after the Lions Club was chartered. “They knew my dad had taken animal science and meats down at Wazzu,” Dennis Bly said. “I came back to the farm in 1975...