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HNS teams will compete in Class D1 this winter

LINCOLN - The NSAA has released classifications for basketball and wrestling this winter.

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Still no decision yet on medical clinic

RANDOLPH — For the second week in a row, Randolph area residents packed the City Council Chambers for a meeting about a proposed new medical clinic here. 

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Lange Earns Believers & Achievers Honor

HARTINGTON - The NSAA has recognized Liby Lange of Hartington-Newcastle as a US Bank Believers & Achievers winner.

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Cross Country team claims L&C title

BLOOMFIELD - The Hartington-Newcastle cross country team has been running extremely well over the past few weeks.

On Friday, the boys' varsity team won the conference meet, edging out Osmond by two points. 

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Local residents hope to clean up with new business

HARTINGTON — Some local businessmen are hoping the touch of a few buttons will draw customers to their new venture

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Local bank earns national honors

LAUREL — Security Bank, Laurel, Allen, Coleridge, Hartington, and Osmond, was recognized as the 2018 inductee into the Institute for Extraordinary Banking Hall of Fame, presented at the 2018 Extraordinary Banking™ Awards ceremony Sept.

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Lady Wildcats roll over LCC, Bloomfield

(above) Hailey Gottsche and Kayden Jueden stick together to keep the ball from getting through their block. The Lady Wildcats swept both Bloomfield and Laurel-Concord-Coleridge at the event to improve to 15-2 on the season.

 

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Wildcats hold off Wynot for District win

WYNOT — The Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats controlled the tempo of their football game at Wynot on Friday night for the better part of three quarters only to see the Blue Devils rally in the fourth quarter and make a game of it.

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