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Secret Ballot

The annual meeting and banquet for the Hartington Chamber of Commerce took on a whole new look this year because of the pandemic. The banquet was cancelled but a socially-distanced election was still held. The election was held during a quick Chamber meeting in the basement of the Hartington City Auditorium. Chamber Treasurer Lee Carl and President Karma Schulte passed out ballots for the election. 

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Local Principal is honored by her peers

HARTINGTON — Hartington-Newcastle’s Elementary Principal was surprised with the Principal of the Year Award when she received it in the mail last month.

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Hochsteins lead wrestlers at Battle Creek Invite

BATTLE CREEK — It was a busy week for the Cedar Catholic/Hartington-Newcastle Trocats wrestlers as they embarked on trips to Bloomfield and Battle Creek.

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Lady Trojans extend their win streak to seven

HARTINGTON — The Cedar Catholic Lady Trojans are heating up and it might be just the right time to be doing so.

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Kruse takes first place in all around to start season

MITCHELL, S.D. —MITCHELL — Local gymnasts, Grace Kruse, 12, Hartington, and Madyson Ross, 10, Coleridge, began their 2021 gymnastics season Jan. 2 with their first competition in Mitchell, S.D . The gymnasts competed in their division Xcel Silver, in all four events, including beam, bars, floor, and vault. Gymnasts can place in each of the individual events as well as receive an all-around score.

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Howey is getting ready for spring catfish season

Hard to believe this is January, 45+ plus degrees today, but we’re going to pay for it with winds in the 50 mile per hour range the rest of the week. I hope the moisture they’re talking about is rain and not snow.

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Lady Devils cruise past N-V, move to 9-4

WYNOT — On Tuesday night the Wynot Lady Blue Devils hosted the Lady Cougars of NiobraraVerdigre.

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Devils fall to S.D. team

CANISTOTA, S.D. — The Wynot Blue Devils travelled north across the river to battle the Hawks of Canistota High School 

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