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Supreme Court rules on two Cedar Co. cases

HARTINGTON — The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday that a Randolph area farmer had no right to put fencing in the road right-of-way. 

The ruling ends a seven-year battle between John Thelen and the County Board of Commissioners. 

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HNS extends closure to at least May 1

HARTINGTON — Hartington-Newcastle Public School Supt. A.J. Johnson announced Thursday that the local school will remain closed until at least May 1 because of the COVID-19 virus pandemic.

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Cedar County Catholic schools closed until at least May 1

HARTINGTON — Cedar County Catholic Schools officials announced Thursday the schools would be closed until at least May 1 because of the COVID-19 virus.

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NSAA extends activity ban

LINCOLN — The Nebraska School Activities Association announced Wednesday that its ban on activity and athletic events has been extended.

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Courthouse to close to the public

HARTINGTON — In an attempt to keep area residents and county employees safe and help slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Cedar County Courthouse will close its doors to the public as of Monday, March 23.

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City of Hartington is taking extra precautions

HARTINGTON — The City of Hartington is taking extra precautions to avoid the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.

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Local schools, churches to close

HARTINGTON — School officials at both Cedar Catholic and Hartington-Newcastle announced Monday afternoon their facilities would be closing for at least two weeks.

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COVDI-19 virus scare shuts down Unicameral

LINCOLN — Speaker Jim Scheer announced this morning that the Nebraska Unicameral would not reconvene this week as originally planned.

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