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HARTINGTON — After ending last season at the Nebraska State Basketball Championships in Lincoln, the Cedar Catholic Trojans are set to make another run at heading south at the end of the 2022-23 campaign.

The Hartington Chamber of Commerce welcomed two new businesses to Hartington this month, with ribbon cuttings. Town Square Offices cut their ribbon Nov. 3. Travis and Racheal Folkers and their sons were welcomed by several Hartington Chamber members. Meika Kramer, owner of Pawz Salon, a new dog grooming business in Hartington, cut the ribbon on her business Nov. 23. She was also joined by family and several Chamber members for the event.

Sports

HARTNGTON — The Cedar Catholic Lady Trojans will look to take another step forward this season after a strong run through the sub-districts and district final last year earned them a trip to the state tournament.

WYNOT — Wynot grabbed six spots on the first team of the D2-3 All-District Football team as voted on by the district coaches.

Schools

HARTNGTON — The Cedar Catholic Lady Trojans will look to take another step forward this season after a strong run through the sub-districts and district final last year earned them a trip to the state tournament.

WYNOT — Wynot grabbed six spots on the first team of the D2-3 All-District Football team as voted on by the district coaches.