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Michelle Koch stepping down from teaching position
/ April 18, 2014 11:00 am

Michelle Koch stepping down from teaching position

HARTINGTON — Michelle Koch has been a big part of many preschooler’s lives the past five school years. But after this year, she will be stepping down from her position. Nancy Wortmann, currently a full-time teacher’s aide at Holy Trinity Elementary, will be taking over for her beginning this fall. Follow the link to read more: http://www.etypeservices.com/Northeast%20Nebraska%20News%20Company

Wynot Prom 2014
/ April 10, 2014 6:17 pm

Wynot Prom 2014

WYNOT — Wynot Public Schools hosted prom 2014 on Saturday, April

Parent Paparazzi
/ April 9, 2014 6:01 pm

Parent Paparazzi

Hartington Public School, Cedar Catholic and Wynot High School held their annual Spring Proms this weekend bringing out beautiful dresses, handsome tuxes and moms bearing cameras. Cedar moms (above, l-r), Deb Leise, Lois Lammers, Rhonda Becker and Kim Emanuel and many others gather to take pictures of Cedar’s Spring Prom Royal Court Saturday night. Not to be left out, interesting

Cedar students enjoy Prom 2014
/ April 6, 2014 2:35 am

Cedar students enjoy Prom 2014

  HARTINGTON — Grant Howell and Bailey Steffen were crowned the Cedar Catholic 2014 Prom Prince and Princess.  

Prom Prince and Princess crowned at HPS
/ April 5, 2014 10:35 pm

Prom Prince and Princess crowned at HPS

HARTINGTON — Hartington Public School enjoyed Prom 2014 on Friday evening in the school gym

HPS earns State Runner-up Honors
/ April 2, 2014 6:01 pm

HPS earns State Runner-up Honors

The students of Hartington Public earned runners-up honors at the State Speech Contest last week in Kearney. Derek Jueden, Tanner Fischer, Hannah Flaugh, Kolby Jueden and Chase Dendinger are seen in various states of emotion as they recite their state championship performance in the Oral Interpretation of Drama division.  Savannah Scoville earned state runner-up honors in Informative Speaking and (bottom,

Local school administrator picks up prestigious award
/ April 2, 2014 6:00 pm

Local school administrator picks up prestigious award

HARTINGTON — Many great administrators can be found in the Catholic schools system around the state of Nebraska. From teachers to principals, many step up and work to ensure students are provided with a top-notch education. And annually, eight of these school leaders are recognized for their outstanding work by the Archdiocese of Omaha. This year, Terry Kathol was named

Area man wants to see more student, entrepreneur partnerships
/ April 2, 2014 6:00 pm

Area man wants to see more student, entrepreneur partnerships

RANDOLPH — Studies have shown just three in every 1,000 students have the creativity, determination and risk tolerance to become successful entrepreneurs. Therefore, right now in the Randolph High School, at least one student is likely to become an entrepreneur, said Economic Development Director Gary Van Meter. Meter is hoping to spur students’ interest in entrepreneurship by forming bonds and

Some area students will have to go to school a little longer
/ March 26, 2014 6:00 pm

Some area students will have to go to school a little longer

HARTINGTON — The school year will be ending a day and a half later than originally planned for many area students. The Hartington Public School students and teachers missed two days this year, one due to snow days and their football team advancing in the playoffs. Hartington Public School Principal Russ Flamig asked the School Board last week about making

Election not needed for Hartington, Newcastle School Board choices
/ March 19, 2014 6:00 pm

Election not needed for Hartington, Newcastle School Board choices

HARTINGTON — The decision to merge the Hartington and Newcastle school districts will effectively cancel the 2014 election for school board members in the two districts. If the merger is approved by the state as expected, a nine member school board will be put in place, according to Hartington School Supt. Randy Anderson. “All six members of the Hartington School