Archive for category: County

/ Apr 17, 2015 1:13 pm

4-H is on the rise in Cedar County

Hartington — Staff at the Cedar County Extension Office are taking a look back as they gear up for 2015, which will be another busy year. The 2014 enrollment in 4-H included 191 members. That number is on the rise this year. The 4-H enrollment has already reached 196 for this year, according to Extension Educator Jackie Steffen. Check out [&hellip

/ Apr 9, 2015 1:43 pm

Recall petition drive falls short

Hartington— An attempt to oust Cedar County Commissioner Jerry Wiese from office has failed. On March 2, William A. Heitman, Laurel, filed papers with the Cedar County Clerk’s Office to have Wiese removed from his position. Cedar County Clerk Dave Dowling said the recall petition needed to be returned to his office by April 2. Check out the Cedar County [&hellip

/ Apr 8, 2015 8:00 pm

Local Cornhusker Boys, Girls Staters are selected

HARTINGTON — Several area students will get the opportunity for a first-hand look at how government works. Area Nebraska American Legion Posts this week named the local representatives for Cornhusker Boys and Girls State. Each year, the American Legion and the Ladies’ Auxiliary selects high school juniors to represent their respective schools at the annual citizenship program in Lincoln. This [&hellip

/ Apr 2, 2015 5:25 am

Wind towers on the horizon for Cedar County

MAGNET  —  At least 50 wind towers could be on the horizon for Cedar County. A possible timeline for construction on the proposed Magnet Wind Farm is being put in place as lease agreements with approximately 23 land owners, along with easement agreements with 15 other land owners in southwest Cedar County have already been recorded at the Cedar County [&hellip

/ Apr 1, 2015 7:00 pm

County leaders want to see ag friendly designation here

NORFOLK — Cedar County should seek a Livestock Friendly designation, nearly two dozen people told Cedar County Commissioners Tuesday. The group included representatives of the local banking industry, economic development, livestock producers, and a veterinarian, along with state officials. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to get our E Edition

That field is on fire
/ Apr 1, 2015 5:43 am

That field is on fire

Randolph area residents stood watch with shovels in hand in case they were needed, while keeping an eye on flames during a controlled burn Thursday. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to get our E Edition

Wynot Girl’s State Basketball
/ Mar 6, 2015 6:01 am

Wynot Girl’s State Basketball

   

/ Mar 5, 2015 6:00 pm

County officials want to find a way to stop mud running

HARTINGTON — Mud running became a big topic at Tuesday’s Cedar County Commission meeting. Mud running, also known as recreation mudding, is causing problems by tearing up minimum maintenance roads and causing added expense to the county road department. Private property has also been damaged by the mud runners. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete [&hellip

/ Mar 5, 2015 6:00 pm

Top-ranked B-R ends Wynot boys’ season Ponca

PONCA — The Wynot Blue Devils and the Bancroft-Rosalie Panthers locked up in a real defensive battle in Thursday’s D2-3 SubDistrict title game. It was a four-minute scoring drought in the second quarter and freethrow shooting that spelled defeat for the Blue Devils as the Panthers advanced to the district finals with a 43-38 win. Check out the Cedar County [&hellip

Lady Devils will go after fifth state title
/ Mar 5, 2015 12:10 am

Lady Devils will go after fifth state title

BATTLE CREEK — Every year for the past few years the Wynot Lady Blue Devils seem to be able to flip a switch and play some of their best basketball as they begin a run at another state basketball championship. This year they began their quest when they downed a very good team from Stuart by a final score of [&hellip