Archive for category: Schools

/ Mar 26, 2015 1:00 pm

HNS Speech team preparing to go after another State title

  NORFOLK — The tradition lives on. Hartington-Newcastle School showed their stamina and strength of performance by winning the District Speech competition for the 11th year in a row last week. The speech team will now attempt to keep another long-standing tradition going. Hartington has finished either first or second in the State Speech Meet 11 times in the past [&hellip

/ Mar 18, 2015 11:58 pm

Preschool to become a reality here

Hartington — The Hartington-Newcastle School Board voted Monday to proceed with plans to start a preschool at the Hartington Elementary School similar to what began last fall in Newcastle. Elementary principal Sarah Edwards reported at Monday’s meeting that she had completed the grant application to help get the program started. Because of the consolidation, however, the district does not qualify [&hellip

Uldrich tabbed as new principal here
/ Mar 17, 2015 11:00 pm

Uldrich tabbed as new principal here

HARTINGTON — The Hartington-Newcastle School board approved a new contract to hire Corey Uldrich as the new high school principal for the 2015-16 school year. Uldrich is currently a social studies teacher at Humphrey Public School. Prior to taking the position at Humphrey, the Allen native worked as a social studies teacher and assistant coach at Cedar Catholic High School. [&hellip

Not so sleepy students
/ Feb 26, 2015 12:01 am

Not so sleepy students

School Bd., new Supt. work out contract
/ Feb 19, 2015 12:01 am

School Bd., new Supt. work out contract

HARTINGTON —The Hartington-Newcastle School Board signed a two-year contract with Adrian Johnson, hired as the new Superintendent of Schools two weeks ago to replace Randy Anderson. Anderson first became superintendent here six years ago as part of an inter-local agreement between Crofton Community Schools and Hartington Public School to share the administrative duties of a single superintendent. Anderson gave his [&hellip

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

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

Wynot girls fall to tough West Point squad

Wynot —  The Wynot girls’ season record went to 12-4 Thursday when they ran into a solid West Point Guardian Angel team and were soundly defeated 48-29. The Lady Blue Devils were in the game early but fell victim to turnovers and cold shooting. The Lady Blue Jays improved to 13-1 on the season with the win. Check out the [&hellip

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