• Great Day for an Easter Egg Hunt

    Great Day for an Easter Egg Hunt

    HARTINGTON — The Hartington Chamber of Commerce held its annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday afternoon at Felber Park. Sunny skies brought all kinds of people out to the park to enjoy some fun in the sun, while scavenging for Easter Eggs.  

  • Easter Egg Hunt Now in Photo Gallery

    Easter Egg Hunt Now in Photo Gallery

    Check out photos from the Hartington Chamber of Commerce Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at Felber Park.          

  • Michelle Koch stepping down from teaching position

    Michelle Koch stepping down from teaching position

    HARTINGTON — Michelle Koch has been a big part of many preschooler’s lives the past five school years. But after this year, she will be stepping down from her position. Nancy Wortmann, currently a full-time teacher’s aide at Holy Trinity Elementary, will be taking over for her beginning this fall. Follow the link to read more: http://www.etypeservices.com/Northeast%20Nebraska%20News%20Company

  • PBS show to feature Hartington native

    PBS show to feature Hartington native

    LINCOLN — A Hartington native will be featured when PBS aires a special program next week about the Sandhills Cranes and their journey through Nebraska. Charles Cooper, a 1970 HPS graduate, is the President and CEO of the Crane Foundation. The Foundation’s work has helped millions of people enjoy the cranes. The show will next air on NET TV on

  • Town Hall meeting is set for next week

    Town Hall meeting is set for next week

    HARTINGTON — A Town Hall community meeting is planned for April 24. The strategic planning meeting, is being called to discuss the results of the recent community survey. It is hoped the survey results will be used to help guide community members to develop an action plan for community improvement

  • Flood control project finally gets the green light

    Flood control project finally gets the green light

    HARTINGTON — After years of research and discussion, and months of debate, the Hartington water quality and flood control project finally gained approval Monday from the Hartington City Council. This nod of the final project plan, as well as the specifications, and cost estimate, this month, with construction expected to start this year. The two main components of the project

  • Cedar tracksters start season with medals

    Cedar tracksters start season with medals

    HARTINGTON —  Both the Cedar Catholic boys and girls track teams earned third-place honors in the season-opening invitational here Friday. The Hartington Public boys and O’Neill St. Mary’s girls won the team titles at the event. Cedar Catholic’s Alli Walter turned in one of the best outings for the locals, winning the 100 and 200 dashes. She also took home

  • HPS girls win title, earn runner-up honors

    HPS girls win title, earn runner-up honors

    HARTINGTON — The Hartington Public girls track team racked up 168 points to earn the title April 8 in the Hartington Wildcat Invitational, then came back Friday to claim runner-up honors in the Cedar Catholic Invitational. The Lady Wildcats were led Tuesday by Savannah Scoville, who earned a pair of golds on the day. Scoville swept the hurdles, winning the

  • HPS golf team is already off to a good start

    HPS golf team is already off to a good start

    WAUSA —  The Hartington Public School golf got off to a fast start this season. The squad won the six-team Osmond Invitational April 8, then took home fourth-place honors in the always tough West Point-Beemer Invitational April 10. The Wildcat golfers fired a 181 to win the Osmond meet. Chase Dendinger led the local squad on the day, earning second-place

  • Defending State champs start new year with a pair of titles

    Defending State champs start new year with a pair of titles

    HARTINGTON — The Hartington boys track team  started the 2014 track season exactly the same way they ended the 2013 campaign — with a title. The 2013 Class D state champs opened the 2014 season by winning the Hartington Invitational here April 8 and then taking home top honors again Friday at the Cedar Catholic Invitational. The Hartington girls also