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Holy Trinity hosts retreat for area Catholic schools

HARTINGTON — Nearly five hundred students from the local Catholic schools gathered together for a day long retreat Feb. 28, including Holy Trinity Elementary, Cedar Catholic, East and West Catholic, Osmond St. Mary’s and St. Rose of Crofton.

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District FFA Career Development Events 18

On Feb. 27, 34 students of the Hartington-Newcastle FFA chapter went to Norfolk and participated in District Career Development Events. The students did very well with many teams qualifying for state.

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Dendinger earns All American status

PITTSBURG, KAN.— Michaela Dendinger of Wayne State College earned First Team All-American honors from USTFCCCA and scored 16 points for the Wildcats at the national championship meet with her pair of second place finishes in the weight throw and s

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State tourney action

The Wynot Blue Devils lost to Riverside in the first round of the State Tournament on Thursday. Ethan Lange (top, left) was a force on the boards. Nate Wieseler (left) led the team with 13 points.

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Speech City

HARTINGTON — It will be a busy day up on the hill this Wednesday.

Both Cedar Catholic and Hartington- Newcastle are hosting District meets for Speech. In fact, HNS is hosting two District meets.

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Cheering on the team

Wynot High School fans came out in force last Thursday to cheer for their Blue Devils during the Boys State Basketball Tournament in Lincoln. The Blue Devils fell to eventual state runner-up Riverside.

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Gov. Thone is laid to rest in Lincoln

HARTINGTON — Few people in Nebraska had ever heard of Bow Valley before Charley Thone got elected to Congress. 

The Bow Valley native and 1940 Hartington High School graduate put the tiny Cedar County hamlet on the map, though.

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Gov. Thone dies

LINCOLN — Bow Valley native, and Hartington High School graduate Gov. Charlie Thone died today in Lincoln. Thone, 94, served in Congress and as Governor during his storied career.

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