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Benjamin Thomas Sauser

PLAINVIEW — Benjamin Thomas Sauser, 3, died peacefully in his parents’ arms Feb. 14, 2018, at Children’s Hospital, Omaha. A visitation was Feb. 18, at St. Ludger’s Catholic Church, Creighton. Funeral services were Feb. 19 at St.

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Cedar freshman earns school record in Homer win

HOMER — Freshman Myles Thoene entered the Cedar Catholic history books in last Tuesday night’s 90-47 win over Homer. 

“I knew I could hit threes. I had never hit that many before, but I knew I could,” said Thoene.

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New school calendar will see very few changes

HARTINGTON — The school calendar for the next school year will have very few changes from this year’s schedule.

Hartington-Newcastle School Board members approved the new schedule at their Monday meeting.

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The search for a new consumer science teacher is now underway

HARTINGTON — The Hartington-Newcastle School Board accepted the resignation Monday of Family and Consumer Science instructor Katie Schutt.

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Area offices could see plenty of new faces next year

HARTINGTON — There could be a lot of new faces on city and school boards around the area, if incumbents don’t file for election this week.

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New One and Six Year Street Plan is identical to last year ’s plan

HARTINGTON — The Hartington City Council Monday approved a new One-and-Six Year Street Plan that is identical to the plan approved last year.

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Retirement Party

Dean Lammers, right, was one of many area residents that went to the Hartington Knights of Columbus Hall Saturday afteroon to congratulate Ed and Helene Bottolfsen on Ed’s retirement from RaDec Construction.

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Tough ‘D’

Wynot’s Julia Eskens looks toward the basket for a shot as Hartington-Newcastle’s Belle Harms tries to smother her with tough defense.

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