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Matney happy to take on old role

HARTINGTON — Ed Matney, who has been appointed as the Cedar County Attorney, has experience and is familiar with the county.

Matney had previously served as the Cedar County Attorney from 2001 to January 2003.

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William Martin Kalin

FORT CALHOUN — William Martin Kalin, 81, Ft. Calhoun, died Dec. 25, 2017, at the Talihina Veterans Center, Talihina, Okla.

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Inmate farming: Transferring jail inmates leads to revenue for some counties

LINCOLN--For Hall County Corrections Director Todd Bahensky, the empty beds in the county jail are more than just a frame and mattress. They’re a source of revenue.

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Hartington graduate is new Coleridge Police Chief

COLERIDGE — A new Chief of Police, Matthew (Monday) Thoene, is in place in Coleridge. Thoene had previously been with the Lincoln Police Department.

Thoene came to Coleridge with several years of experience in law enforcement.

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Lady ‘Cats fall in battle of unbeatens

STANTON — The Hartington-Newcastle Lady Wildcats took on their toughest foe of the season in Friday’s title game of the Stanton Holiday Tourney.

HNS went into the game with a 7-0 record, while Stanton started the season off at 9-0.

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Cedar boys claim shoot-out title

WAYNE — While snow was falling outside, shots were falling inside for the Trojans.

The Cedar Catholic boys once again won the Great Northeast Nebraska Shootout after defeating the Wayne Blue Devils, 57-44, Saturday.

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Phyllis L. Hochstein

NORFOLK — Phyllis L. Hochstein, 86, died Dec. 20, 2017, at the Heritage of Bel Air Nursing Home in Norfolk.

Visitation and a Rosary were Dec. 27 at Stonacek Funeral Chapel, Norfolk.

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