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The Bank of Harrington Donates to Hartington Veterans Memorial

The Bank of Hartington recently showed their support for the Hartington Veterans’ Memorial by donating a $10,000 check to the project. On hand for the presentation were: (top row) Angela Boeckman, Emily Drahota, Gerri Feilmeier, (second row) Travis Becker, Brett Wiedenfeld, Connie Mainquist, Melissa Wortmann, Dana Rosener, Mandy Bruning, Brooke Albers, (front row) JoEllen Sorenson, Sheri Moser, Dean McGregor, Dan Kathol, Scott Schrempp, Rollie Becker, Sue Becker and Marie Haahr.

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UNL’s Climate Change project launches new in-depth website

LINCOLN — Climate Change Nebraska, a yearlong student depthreporting project at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, announced today the unveiling of a powerful, dynamic website on climate change in Nebraska: Climate Change 2020 - What Could It Mean for Nebraska?

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Hartington-Newcastle plans to head to the beach

HARTINGTON — Hartington-Newcastle School is celebrating Homecoming 2020 this week and they’re going to head to the beach.

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L&C NRD receives Environmental Trust grant

HARTINGTON — Lewis and Clark Natural Resources District will receive $132,425 from the Nebraska Environmental Trust for the “Bow Creek Watershed Project”.

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Memorial in Lincoln honors Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Local residents were emotional outside the Nebraska State Capitol in Lincoln as they remembered and honored the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sept. 20.

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Death Notice - Maurice Ketter

Maurice H. Ketter

WYNOT —  Maurice H. Ketter, 84, Wynot, died Sept. 21, 2020, at Avera Sister James Care Center, Yankton, S.D.

 

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School Board approves new budget

HARTINGTON — The Hartington-Newcastle School District is asking taxpayers for an increase of $200,590 in property taxes for their 2020-21 school budget.

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Cedar makes it four straight

DAVID CITY - The Cedar Catholic football team stopped David City 21-13 to move to 4-0 on the year.

 

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