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Cedar County News claims sweepstakes award

LINCOLN— The Cedar County News was honored Thursday as having the best digital presence of all Nebraska weekly newspapers.

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Cedar County isn’t the only fair to see major changes

LINCOLN — Summer is in full swing and county fairs are right around the corner, but due to COVID-19 restrictions many are going forward with 4-H and livestock shows, but not carnivals and public events.

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Throwback Thursday: The Nebraska Boys of WWII

HARTINGTON — The 134th Infantry Regiment Anti-Tank Company of Nebraska was part of the 35th Infantry Division during WWII.  From the time the 134th Infantry Regiment landed at Omaha Beach on July 5 and 6, 1944 until they departed back to the Unite

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Summer annuals are the kings of forage production

Whether grazed, harvested for hay, or cut for silage, warm season annual grasses are the kings of for age production. Common species like forage sorghum, sudangrass, sorghum/sudangrass hybrids, and millets grow best under warmer temperatures, with peak performance at 75-90°F. All species are highly productive with sudangrass on the lower end producing 3-5 tons per acre and forage sorghum recording yields up to 11 tons per acre.

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Patricia Ann Auch

OMAHA — Patricia Ann Auch died June 23, 2020. Services were June 27, with the visitation and the funeral service at Kremer Funeral Home, Omaha.

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Wynot, Crofton both earn league wins

WYNOT — A busy week for the Wynot Expos saw them split a four-game slate including a 1-1 mark against Yankton teams out of the South Central baseball league.

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Local teens find a productive way to stay active in the pandemic

HARTINGTON — A local teacher and a group of teens have found a great way to let time pass during a historic pandemic.

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Area students named to UNL spring 2020 Dean’s List

LINCOLN — Nearly 7,500 University of Nebraska, Lincoln, students, including several from Cedar County, have been named to the Deans’ List for the spring 2019-20 semester.

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