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Nebraska area businesses preparing for further reopening

LINCOLN — Some business owners and employees say they are glad to have more customers following news that the governor is loosening COVID-19 restrictions, but they are also wary of the need to maintain social distancing and mask wearing.

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Germaine Marie Becker

Hartington — Germaine Marie Becker, 86, Hartington, died June 17, 2020, at her residence, surrounded by her family.

Mass of Christian Burial was June 20 at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Hartington, with the Rev. Owen Korte officiating.

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USDA rural home repair info in now available

LINCOLN — The U.S Department of Agriculture Rural Development has received the new 2020 income limits for the home repair loan and grant program. The income limits are based on the county and the size of household.

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Pony team gets off to a slow start

O’NEILL — The Quad County Hartington Pony League baseball team got the 2020 season underway Thursday night.

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City hires new assistant clerk

HARTINGTON — The Hartington City Council Monday was introduced to new assistant city clerk Marti Carlson.

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Donella Johnson

WAYNE — Donella Johnson, 93, Wayne, died June 21, 2020, at her home at Kinship Pointe, Wayne.

Visitation was June 23 at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Wayne.

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Local school administrators developing plans and contingencies

HARTINGTON — Local school administrators are not only tasked with putting together plans for the start of school here in August, but they are also in the midst of developing contingency plans, just in case the coronavirus pandemic rears its head here in the fall.

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National Pollinator Week begins on June 22

LINCOLN — National Pollinator Week kicks off June 22 and runs through June 28. Since its unanimous approval by the U.S. Senate 13 years ago, the week is designated as a time to not only celebrate pollinators (such as bees, birds, butterflies, bats and beetles), but also a time to address what can be done to protect pollinators and their habitats.

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