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Chamber, Ec. Development work together to help Hartington businesses

HARTINGTON — A group of area residents are doing their part to help promote Hartington and local Hartington businesses.

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Scholarship applications are being accepted for trout in the classroom

LINCOLN — Six $1,000 scholarships are available to Nebraska schools starting up Trout in the Classroom, a science-based program that allows students to explore aquatic ecosystems, life cycles, water quality and the scientific process by raising trout from eggs.

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Schaeffer cranks up his game to claim title at Minn. meet

BROOKINGS, S.D. — Matthew Schaeffer is making the most of his time living life on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Cedar County sees an increase in COVID-19 cases

WAYNE — Until recently, Cedar County had been fairly isolated from the coronavirus pandemic.

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Flag Presentations

Frederick Pinkelman, Dr. Roger Filips, Kathy Young, Jim Hans, Chuck Bonertz, Larry Starman, Danni Thoene, Karen Thoene, Nadene Ketter and Maurice Ketter were present when Dr. Filips, Filips Vision Source, Hartington, presented a U.S.-made American flag to the Wynot area for winning the News Channel Nebraska Flag Photo contest. The flag will fly at the Wynot Area Veterans Memorial. Dr. Filips also donated a flag to the future Hartington area Veterans Memorial. Present for that were Dan Kathol, Dean McGregor, Dr. Roger Filips, Gary Howey and Karma Schulte. There were 157 flags sent in to the flag contest on News Channel Nebraska. The Wynot Area won first place, second place went to Ewing and third place, Boelus.

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Beulah Mae Rokahr

RANDOLPH — Beulah Mae Rokahr, 91, Randolph, died June 27, 2020, at Colonial Manor, Randolph.

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With the warming water, fish become more active

Fish are cold blooded, which means there body temperature is directly related to the water temperature, if water temperatures are cold, the fish are lethargic, not moving around much and needing less food to survive.

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Becker, Kaiser added to Shrine Bowl roster

KEARNEY — After a lost final quarter to their senior years and the wiping out of the Northeast Nebraska All-Star football game, Cedar Catholic’s Rex Becker and Jacob Kaiser were resigned to seeing their prep days quietly disappear into sad memories.

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