BELDEN — An area in the southern part of Cedar County being used to honor American soldiers will soon be spruced up and ready for Memorial Day. A spot on the south side of Hwy 20 between Belden and Laurel has been set aside to honor the fallen soldiers that served in the 189th Army National Guard Transportation Company. For
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HARTINGTON — One person was taken to the hospital late Friday afternoon after a one-vehicle roll over accident one mile west of Hartington on Highway 84.
Wynot Public Schools held its 2013 commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 4. Click on the link above for more photos or to purchase photos
Lewis and Clark Conference track meet was held on April 27. Click on the ad above for more photos and to purchase photos!
HARTINGTON — The time is 10 a.m. and temperatures are supposed to reach the 90s. It is just another normal late Spring day in Hartington — for now. Something is brewing in the west though, and soon, the National Weather Service holds a conference call for emergency managers briefing them on the potential for dangerous severe weather headed this way.
HARTINGTON — Cedar County commissioners gave Cedar County Veteran’s Officer Scott Stanton the okay to move into a bigger work space, but tabled the decision to hire a secretary for his office at their April 9 meeting. Commissioners said he could move into the basement of the old courthouse, which would provide more space. At the previous meeting, Stanton, with
—————————————————————————————————————————————————— Wynot Public High School held its annual Prom on Saturday, April 6. —————————————————————————————————————————————————— —————————————————————————————————————————————————
HARTINGTON — While conservation officers’ main duties are to enforce game laws, they are also guardians of the environment. Jeff Jones, a 1991 Osmond Public High School graduate, who has been a conservation officer for nine years, enjoys his job, not only because he gets to be outdoors, but he also is a guardian who helps preserve wildlife for future
HARTINGTON — Nuns, wine, secrets and lost loves attempting to reunite. All this can be seen in the upcoming Cedar County Community Theatre production of “Drinking Habits,” which will premiere April 4. Since Jan. 7, the 13-member cast and crew have been practicing nearly every day and Lee Carl, who is co-directing the play with Shiela Olsen, said the group
HARTINGTON — Be prepared. Simple, yet potentially life-saving advice for people during severe weather, whether it be a tornado or thunderstorm. As public safety officials and weather gurus gear up for Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 25-29, they are urging everyone to brush up on their personal preparedness skills. “It’s a good thing as the season ramps up that we