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City of Hartley Seeking Lifeguards  (February 8, 2018)  Help Wanted The City of Hartley is seeking lifeguards for the swimming pool. This is a seasonal part-time position for the 2018 summer season with starting wage at $8.25 per hour. The City will pay for lifeguard training through their Lifeguard Training Course Program. Contact City Clerk’s Office at (712) 928...

O'Brien County Community Foundation Grant  (February 7, 2018)  O’BRIEN COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION GRANT GUIDELINES Application Deadline: April 15 Final Determinations: First week of June The O’Brien County Community Foundation (OBCCF) Advisory Board is charged with carefully reviewing grant proposals and recommending grants to be awarded. The OBCCF Advisory Board will make grant recommendations based ...

H-M-S Sophomores Selling Saver Cards  (February 5, 2018)  H-M-S Saver Cards are ready! Enjoy discounts for the next year as you stop by area businesses. Saver cards can be purchased at each school and other various businesses. Cost is $10 per card. Proceeds go to the Sophomore class to help fund prom and graduation. Cards expire Dec. 31, 2018. For ...

HEDC Offering Central Avenue Incentive Grant  (March 2, 2017)  Hartley Economic Development Corporation is offering a $2000 business grant to potential entrepreneurs who locate a business in an empty building, partial building, or who purchases an existing business on Central Avenue from 10 South Central Avenue to 185 South Central Avenue on both east and west side of street. The business ...

Community Beautification  (July 25, 2016)  The City is asking residents and businesses to: - Trim trees eight (8) feet above sidewalks - Remove weeds and volunteer trees on property - Trim grass along streets/curbs and utility poles and boxes - If you use chemicals to destroy the weeds, you still need to remove them. ...

Bright Energy Solutions  Looking for ways to lower your utility bill?

Hartley Community Foundation Matching Funds  The Hartley Community Foundation Board has announced a matching challenge to fund re-siding the Patch-Eeten house. Gifts designated for this project will be matched up to a total of $50,000.