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Forsberg dies in prison

 TECUMSEH —  James Forsberg, 86, died just before 9:30 a.m. Dec. 24 at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution.

His sentence started on Jan. 17, 1995 after being convicted of killing Ellen Gray of Coleridge.

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Belden man arrested in Greenwood

Troopers Stop Home Invasion in Progress

 

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Cut line causes phone outage

HARTINGTON - A cut fiber optic line in southern Cedar County has caused an outage with some long distance and 911 calls.

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Cedar County voters smash turn-out record

HARTINGTON — Cedar County residents smashed the old voter turn-out record here Tuesday.

The election prompted 87.6 percent of the county’s registered voters to cast ballots in this year’s General Election. 

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Hartington voters approve sales tax

HARTINGTON — Hartington voters overwhelmingly approved two measures Tuesday that would increase the city sales tax from one percent to 1.5 percent and authorize a portion of those funds to be used for economic development.

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Friday’s Wildcat game is up in the air

HARTINGTON - Even though Hartington-Newcastle has been cleared to play football again after being forced to take two weeks off because of the coronavirus, the Wildcats may not face an opponen

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COVID surge forces mask mandate

HARTINGTON — With the recent Cedar County surge in COVID-19 cases, area schools are making some adjustments to keep staff and students safe.

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Area man arrested after disturbance at bank

LAUREL — A Tuesday morning disturbance at Security Bank here has resulted in the arrest of an area man.

Paul Koch was arrested by Laurel Police Chief Ron Lundahl around 9:30 a.m., Tuesday.

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