• No Bull

    No Bull

    Full Cedar County Fair results in Special Section this week Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to get our E Edition

  • Area residents get to show their heritage at Bow Valley event

    Area residents get to show their heritage at Bow Valley event

    BOW VALLEY — Although history and traditions inspired the Schuetzenfest, its legacy is created by the community celebrating the festival. Hosted by a village counting only 116 people, the Schuetzenfest involves more than wooden ducks and marching men. For the members of this community, the Schuetzenfest is an opportunity to unify under a single purpose: honoring what created the community…

  • Area families are honored with special Ak-Sar-Ben awards

    Area families are honored with special Ak-Sar-Ben awards

    HARTINGTON — Two Nebraska Pioneer Farm Awards and one Heritage Farm Award were presented to families during the 2015 Cedar County Fair. The Pioneer Award honors families who have owned the same farm for 100 years or more. The Heritage Farm Award recognizes families with land that has been in the same family for 150 years or more. The awards…

  • Expos win, advance to next round

    Expos win, advance to next round

    IRENE, S.D. — The Wynot Expos defeated the host team in the District 6B Championship 11-8 Thursday. The second inning Wynot scored eight runs, starting with Designated Hitter Kyle Wiepen taking a beam on the first pitch. Shortstop Matt Hames followed with a perfectly placed bunt down the third base line, dragging the Irene pitcher off balance into an error.…

  • Lammers is seeking another term on state soybean board

    Lammers is seeking another term on state soybean board

    HARTINGTON — Hartington area farmer Ed Lammers is seeking his third term representing Nebraska on District I of the Nebraska Soybean Board. Lammers is one of nine representatives throughout the state. District 1  includes Cedar, Antelope, Boyd, Holt, Knox, Madison and Pierce counties. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to…

  • Hartington ends season in thriller

    Hartington ends season in thriller

    PENDER — The Hartington Senior American Legion baseball team ended their season in a thrilling 11-10 District loss to Tekamah-Herman. Both teams fought a strong wind coming out of center field all game. While it affected both teams equally, Tekamah was able to capitalize on shots to the outfield. “It held a few fly balls up,” coach Tim Loberg said.…

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    Paws to Read

  • Obituary — Terry Charles Dowling

    Obituary — Terry Charles Dowling

    Milton, Fla. — Terry Charles Dowling, 63, died in his home, July 18, 2015. A Memorial Service will be held at 11 a.m., July 29, at Navarre United Methodist Church, Florida. Another Memorial Service will be held in Randolph, at a later date. Born in Randolph, Dec. 22, 1951, he graduated from Randolph Public Schools in 1970, receiving the John F. Kennedy…