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1980: Kneifl claims golf title here

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June 11, 1980

HARTINGTON — Darrell Peitz general sales manager of Peitz GMC in Hartington, recently has graduated from the GMC Truck College of the General Motors University of Automotive Management.

The curriculum is designed to help department managers deal more effectively with the increasing complexity of dealership management. The courses included per

The courses included personnel, financial and operations management.

June 11, 1980

HARTINGTON — About 70 golfers competed Sunday in the Hartington Open Golf Tournament.

Ken Kneifl of Hartington fired a 36-37-37 for a 27-hole total of 110 to win the trophy in the championship flight.

Neil Kluver of Randolph was second with scores of 40-36- 36 for a 112. Jarl Carlson of Coleridge shot a 79 over 18 holes to win the first flight.

June 11, 1980

HARTINGTON —The Hartington Braves, runner-up in last year’s South Dakota State Amateur Baseball Tournament, had little trouble advancing their record to 3-0 this week with wins over the Yankton Jacks and Yankton Lakers.

Wednesday night, the Braves unloaded 15 hits against the Jacks to win in seven innings, 19-3.

June 13, 1990

HARTINGTON — Under the lights-Local baseball teams are the first to enjoy new lighting, which was installed at Felber Park this month.

The new lights were purchased by the city and installed at a cost of $36,000. Volunteers helped with the project, including high school students, and volunteers from Nebraska Public Power.