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Tight Squeeze

Cedar Catholic’s Tate Thoene tries to find a way through or around Battle Creek defenders Ben Weinandt and Rich Brauer during second half action in Friday afternoon’s football game at Russ Hochstein Field. Thoene helped lead the Trojans to a 24-21 overtime win over the Braves. Cedar County News

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Wynot surprises state-rated Bloomfield

WYNOT — The Wynot Blue Devils used a big play offense and a stingy defense to upset the Bloomfield Bees here Friday.

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Charlotte “Jerry” Kristensen

WAUSA — Funeral services for Charlotte “Jerry” Kristensen, 90, Wausa, will be at 10:30 a.m., Sept. 10, at Thabor Lutheran Church, Wausa. Rev. Carl Sirotzki will officiate, with burial in Thabor Lutheran Cemetery, Wausa.

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Alice M. Gieseler

VISTA, Calif. — Alice M. Gieseler, 85, died peacefully on the evening of Aug. 24, 2020, following a long illness.

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Kaeden John Koester

NORFOLK — Kaeden John Koester, 3-months-old, died Aug. 31, 2020, at Children’s Hospital, Omaha, Nebraska.

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Free fishing day is set for Sept. 12

LINCOLN — Free Fishing and Park Entry Day in Nebraska has been rescheduled for Saturday, Sept. 12.

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Duck Slam challenge is available to Neb. waterfowl hunters

LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, along with Ducks Unlimited, are again challenging waterfowl hunters to participate in the Nebraska Duck Slam.

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A season of discontent

A full slate of college football games was supposed to kick off over the weekend. The coronavirus kept many teams, including the Huskers and the rest of the Big 10 from playing, though. Matt Folkers, Randolph, expressed his frustration with the situation. Talks are still underway about an abbreviated season taking place or possibly a winter season of football. Only time and COVID-19 will tell the tale. for the Cedar County News

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