Archive for category: Hartington

Johnson is named new School Superintendent
/ Jan 28, 2015 6:01 pm

Johnson is named new School Superintendent

HARTINGTON — After three months of searching and public input, the Hartington-Newcastle Public Schools Friday chose current principal, A.J. Johnson, to become the next superintendent of schools at Hartington-Newcastle Public Schools. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to get our E Edition

Cedar boys sweep MidStates foes
/ Jan 28, 2015 6:01 pm

Cedar boys sweep MidStates foes

WAYNE — Cedar Catholic knocked off a pair of long-time rivals on the road last weekend to improve to 9-5 on the year. The Trojans defeated Wayne 45-39 Friday, then topped West Point Guardian Angels 55-52 in overtime on Saturday. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to get our E [&hellip

/ Jan 28, 2015 6:00 pm

Trail Manor plans to bring more jobs to town

HARTINGTON  — TrailManor Manufacturing Company, LLC, is in the process of consolidating its Nebraska and Tennessee operations. The Nebraska TrailManor is located in Deerfield Acres, west of Hartington along Hwy 84. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to get our E Edition

/ Jan 28, 2015 6:00 pm

Bloomfield snaps Cats’ 10-game win streak

HARTINGTON — The Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats had their 10-game winning streak snapped last week. The Cats defeated Laurel-Concord-Coleridge Tuesday, but stumbled Friday against Bloomfield, dropping a one-point heart-breaker to the Bees. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to get our E Edition

/ Jan 28, 2015 6:00 pm

City is investigating the purchase of automatic meter readers

Hartington — The Hartington City Council Monday met with Roger Protzman from JEO Constulting Group to get his assessment of the proposed Radio Reads meters to eventually replace all current water meters for the city of Hartington. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to get our E Edition

Lady Wildcats split a pair of games
/ Jan 28, 2015 6:00 pm

Lady Wildcats split a pair of games

HARTINGTON — The Hartington-Newcastle girls split a pair of games last week to move to 6-9 on the year. Hartington-Newcastle used a big third quarter run to take a lead and hung for a 38-35 win over the Bloomfield Queen Bees Friday. The Lady Cats dropped a 10-point decision the night before on a swing through South Dakota. Check out [&hellip

/ Jan 21, 2015 6:00 pm

Dendinger picked to lead School Board

HARTINGTON  — Hartington-Newcastle School Board met in full session Monday and elected officers for the year. This is the first time the board has held elections since it joined forces as a nine-member group following consolidation last August. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the complete story. Just follow this link to get our E Edition

/ Jan 21, 2015 6:00 pm

Lady Pirates hand Wynot girls third loss

EMERSON —  The Wynot Lady Blue Devils got themselves into a big hole in the first quarter against the Emerson-Hubbard Lady Pirates on Saturday night. Despite outscoring the Lady Pirates in the second half, the Lady Blue Devils were not able to make up the deficit and suffered their third loss of the season, 66-55. Check out the Cedar County [&hellip

Local wrestlers compete in Crofton, Battle Creek
/ Jan 21, 2015 6:00 pm

Local wrestlers compete in Crofton, Battle Creek

CROFTON — The Cedar Catholic wrstling team competed in a triangular at Crofton Thursday and traveled to Battle Creek for an invitational on Saturday. At Crofton, the Trojans fell in both matches, losing to both the West Holt Huskies and the Crofton-Bloomfield Warriors. The night started out with the Trojans watching the Huskies  take advantage of open weight groups and [&hellip

/ Jan 21, 2015 6:00 pm

Wildcats keep streak alive

HARTINGTON — Looking for a second win in as many days the Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats welcomed the Osmond Tigers Friday for a non-conference game. They then sent them home with a  56-44 setback in tow, as the Wildcats improved to 9-3 on the season, dropping the Tigers to .500 at 5-5. Check out the Cedar County News E Edition for the [&hellip