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Wynot, Crofton are set to clash for Dist. title

MENNO, S.D. — Northeast Nebraska's two amateur baseball teams will meet Saturday in the District 6B title game.

By advancing to the title game, both teams automatically advance to August's S.D. State Amateur Baseball Tournament.

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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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Hartington loses Pizza Hut

HARTINGTON — The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed yet another victim.

Hartington Pizza Hut closed its doors Monday. 

Pizza Hut has been a mainstay in Hartington ever since it first opened its door here in 1984.

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Man charged after beach confrontation

HARTINGTON — Cedar County Attorney Nicholas S. Matney announced charges have been filed against Guillermo Coronado Ortiz, 59, South Sioux City, following his arrest Tuesday evening at the Gavin’s Point Project, Lake Yankton Swimming Beach.

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Aug. 1 graduation date stays in place

HARTINGTON  — After quite a bit of debate at Monday night's Hartington-Newcastle School Board meeting and a poll of senior parents Tuesday and Wednesday, school administrators have decided to stick with the Aug.

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Ricketts Town Hall to be broadcast by NET, and Cedar County News

LINCOLN — Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts will answer questions from Nebraskans during another one-hour Town Hall meeting about COVID-19 and our state’s response at 8:30 p.m. CT, Thursday, April 2.

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NSSA cancels entire Spring sports season

LINCOLN — Nebraska School Activities Association Executive Director Jay Bellar announced Thursday the cancellation of the entire Nebraska high school sports spring season.

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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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