Archive for category: County

Some tornado victims still need help
/ Dec 3, 2014 5:59 pm

Some tornado victims still need help

Hartington — County officials are still trying to find ways to help those in need after tornadoes struck Cedar County over five months ago. Cedar County Commissioners decided last week to join five other counties as part of a Northeast Nebraska Longterm Recovery committee to help families affected by the June 17 tornadoes. Cedar County Emergency Management Director Kevin Garvin

Area harvest is going well
/ Nov 12, 2014 5:27 pm

Area harvest is going well

HARTINGTON  — Good weather, light breezes and sunny days have helped make this year a good harvest for Cedar County farmers. Angela Teboe, Executive Director of the Cedar County Farm Service Agency said 100 percent of the beans are out of the field and at least 80 percent of the corn is out. “It’s just been a good year for

/ Nov 12, 2014 5:24 pm

Laurel woman dies in ATV crash

  LAUREL — A Cedar County woman has died as the result of an all terrain vehicle accident on the edge of Laurel Friday afternoon. The accident occurred on North Tolles Road when an ATV driven by Sharon Bose collided with one being driven by her husband, Herbert Bose. Sharon Bose, 67, was treated at the scene by the Laurel

/ Nov 6, 2014 8:33 pm

Election Results

Here are the election results released Tuesday night from the Cedar County Clerk’s office. Cedar County 2014 Eletion results

Christensen is returned to NRD Board
/ Nov 5, 2014 5:12 am

Christensen is returned to NRD Board

HARTINGTON — The election for Lewis and Clark NRD Dist. Three brought in a land slide victory for Bill Christensen who had almost 78 percent of the votes. Christensen has served on the NRD board for 24 years. He was happy with the election results. “I am looking forward to another four years,” Christensen said. “We will continue to work

/ Nov 5, 2014 5:09 am

Randolph Mayor turns back write-ins

HARTINGTON — Dwayne Schutt, the incumbant in the Randolph Mayor race, faced two write-in candidates. Schutt garnered the most votes with 175. Tim Schmit had 105 votes; Buck Harris 41. Schutt is excited to be able to serve the community of Randolph for a second term. “I want to thank those who supported me and voted for me,” Schutt said.

/ Nov 5, 2014 5:08 am

Sen. Larson is returned to office

Local voters  helped return Dist. 40 Sen. Tyson Larson to another four-year term in office. At press time, Larson had garnered 66 percent of the vote to easily turn back challenger Keith  Kube. “It feels good to be rewarded with a second term,” said Larson. “I’ve worked really hard for the district and I think the people here realize all

Large crowd hears Larson, Kube debate
/ Oct 23, 2014 9:59 pm

Large crowd hears Larson, Kube debate

  HARTINGTON — Area residents got a chance Wednesday night to listen to the two candidates running for the District 40 Senate seat to share their views at a debate here. Dist. 40 Sen. Tyson Larson and challenger Keith Kube, Crofton, answered questions for about an hour in front of a crowd of over 100 people at the Hartington City

/ Oct 8, 2014 10:29 am

Kathol, Dybdal are top 4-Hers in Cedar County

Two of the top 4-H awards for 2014 were handed out Sunday at the Cedar County 4-H Achievement Program. Ty Dybdal is the recipient of the Cedar County Outstanding 4-H Service Award and Austin Kathol was presented the Outstanding 4-H Achievement Award. Dybdal and Kathol each received a plaque sponsored by the Cedar County News, along with a check for

Wynot celebrates Homecoming
/ Oct 2, 2014 5:10 pm

Wynot celebrates Homecoming