Archive for category: Hartington

Paws to Read
/ Jul 29, 2015 9:00 am

Paws to Read

/ Jul 16, 2015 7:17 am

Children safe, woman in jail on abduction charges

HARTINGTON — An Amber Alert issued Friday for two Hartington girls, was instrumental in bringing the 11-month old and a 9-year-old safely back home in Hartington. Sheriff Larry Koranda’s office notified the State Patrol to set off an Amber Alert at 5:20 p.m., July 10. “Tips started coming in within a few minutes after the Amber Alert was issued.” Koranda…

Two vehicle accident sends people to hospital
/ Jul 15, 2015 4:40 pm

Two vehicle accident sends people to hospital

HARTINGTON — A two-vehicle accident Wednesday morning sent several people to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Hartington Fire and Rescue responded to the accident, at 881 Road. Check back for further updates.  

/ Jul 10, 2015 11:57 pm

Woman arrested in abduction case

HARTINGTON — A woman accused of abducting two Hartington children has been arrested in Omaha and is awaiting extradition back to Cedar County. The children she is accused of abducting are safe and have been reunited with their Hartington family. They are: Lauren Howell, 9, and London Howell, 11-months old. Leah Lacroix, 33, Aripeka, Fla., was arrested by Omaha police just…

Hartington children abducted – Amber Alert issued
/ Jul 10, 2015 10:55 pm

Hartington children abducted – Amber Alert issued

  HARTINGTON — An Amber Alert was issued at 5:48 p.m. after two children were reported as being abducted from Hartington. The Cedar County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a children who were last seen at Omaha, and are believed to be in danger. The children’s names are Lauren Howell and London Howell. She is a 9 year old female with…

Finishing Touches
/ Jul 9, 2015 8:32 pm

Finishing Touches

  HARTINGTON — Hartington Volunteer Fire Department Chief Randy Kathol looks on as Darren Pick places a sign on the new Fire Hall. This is one of the last touches for the building.  

/ Jul 3, 2015 11:00 am

Zoning Board would like to see five-acre limit lifted

HARTINGTON — The Hartington Planning and Zoning Commission Wednesday took up a possible change in how it would treat new growth and building within a one-mile radius of the corporate city limits. Last week it voted unanimously to change the current building code requirements for residential properties from a five-acre minimum to only a one-acre minimum. This recommendation now goes…

Couple enjoys working together to help area residents
/ Jul 1, 2015 6:23 pm

Couple enjoys working together to help area residents

HARTINGTON  — Adam and Emma Ladwig, who both hold a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, love working together. They both work with the patients at Golden Rehab, Hartington. The couple makes a good team for the out-patients who come to Golden Rehab. Even though Emma’s employment has only been for a short time, she already knows Golden Rehab is the right fit…

Flood control project is nearing completion
/ Jun 4, 2015 1:56 am

Flood control project is nearing completion

HARTINGTON — Final grading work and seeding is complete on the water quality and flood control project located on the south-west corner of Hartington. Hartington Community Development Corporation members first proposed plans for the project to the city in 2013 as a way of planning for the future business development of the city. Check out the Cedar County News E…

Emergency crews respond to rollover accident
/ Jun 3, 2015 7:45 pm

Emergency crews respond to rollover accident

HARTINGTON — Two people were transported to the hospital Monday with non-life-threatening injuries after a late afternoon one-car roll-over