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Rolfes is sentenced to probation on theft charges

HARTINGTON — Former Wynot Village Clerk Rose Rolfes was sentenced Monday to one year of probation for theft of $8,750 from the village where she worked.

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Street projects move to the top of the list

HARTINGTON — Two big street repair projects have moved to the top of the Hartington City Council’s list.

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Ribbon cutting

Elsie’s Sassy Brew became the newest member of the Hartington Chamber Saturday morning when the Chamber hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at the shop. Hartington residents and Chamber members present to welcome the new business into Hartington’s downtown are (l-r) Miranda Becker, Gary Howey, Cindy Howey, Lee Carl, Elsie Driver, Karma Schulte, Christina Driver, Dale Driver and Kim Benson.

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New city budget features one percent increase

HARTINGTON — City leaders are asking for only a one percent increase in this year’s property tax request.

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It’s Homecoming

Wynot and Cedar Catholic both held Homecoming celebrations last week. Cedar Catholic Homecoming queen candidates Mackenzie Sudbeck and Brynn Wortmann (top) clap as Gracie Dickes (center) is announced as the 2020 Homecoming Queen. Brother and sister Andrew and Megan Heimes (left) show off their dance moves when the Cedar Catholic Dance Team invited the football team down to the floor to help out. Tammy Wieseler (right) hits the dance floor with her son Peyton after he was crowned as the 2020 Wynot High School Homecoming King. See inside and online at www. hartington.net for more Homecoming photos.

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Winner of Ford F150 is announced

Lance Palecek of Yankton, D.D. is the winner of this year's Cedar Catholic Ford F150 truck raffle.

 

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Former rivals are now coaching side by side

HARTINGTON — Once rivals, Noah Pelan and James Kaiser are on the same side for the Cedar Catholic Trojans football cause.

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Tax Cut

HARTINGTON — Cedar County Commissioners are asking taxpayers for less property tax money this year.

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