Abi, Owen, Nolan, Benji and Natalee Hart put signs on the fence in their back yard to let teachers know how they were feeling. Hartington area teachers and students, seperated by the COVID-19 virus mandates, got a reunion of sorts Wednesday night. An Educators Parade throughout the Hartington community took place here beginning at 7 p.m. Teachers, para-educators, staff and administrators from Hartington-Newcastle, Holy Trinity and Cedar Catholic took part in the parade. The parade featured everything from normal every day cars and trucks to golf carts and go kart. Many of the vehicles were decorated with signs.Read more
HARTINGTON — Alecia Heimes, Wynot, recently named the Employee of the Year for the Education Service Unit, has shown why she deserved that honor in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic that has strangled a nation.Read more
WAYNE — Austin Creamer, Lauren Hahne and Michaela Derickson, all of Hartington, have been selected as a member of Sigma Beta Delta.
Creamer is the son of Ryan and Janet Creamer.Read more
Carter Kelly placed second chair on the trombone, Issac Santiago placed third chair on the clarinet, Kora Kneifl placed fourth chair on the clarinet, Ellie Lammers placed fifth chair on the trumpet and Trynity Zach placed 12th on the trumpet afterRead more
Hartington — The school closure due to COVID 19 has not hampered the learning collaboration between Jackie Steffen, Extension Educator with Nebraska Extension who is working with Mount Marty College preservice teachers, and a group of first graderRead more