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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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With the warming water, fish become more active

Fish are cold blooded, which means there body temperature is directly related to the water temperature, if water temperatures are cold, the fish are lethargic, not moving around much and needing less food to survive.

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Becker, Kaiser added to Shrine Bowl roster

KEARNEY — After a lost final quarter to their senior years and the wiping out of the Northeast Nebraska All-Star football game, Cedar Catholic’s Rex Becker and Jacob Kaiser were resigned to seeing their prep days quietly disappear into sad memories.

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Preliminary hearing set for July 29 in sexual assault case

HARTINGTON — A South Sioux City man accused of sexual assault of a child will be in Cedar County Court July 29 for a preliminary hearing on the charges.

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Bobbie Reifenrath

LAUREL — Bobbie Reifenrath, 75, Laurel, died June 29, 2020, at her residence in Laurel.

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Some State Park service centers have now reopened

LINCOLN — Select state park area service centers will reopen to the public July 1 for customer service, info and permit sales.

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