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Wieseler is named Nebraska girls coach of the Year

OMAHA — It appears the most recent girls basketball state title for Wynot was the most noticeable one.

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Cedar Catholic Jr.-Sr. High School releases fourth quarter, second semester honor rolls for 2019-20 school year

HARTINGTON — Cedar Catholic Jr.- Sr. High School has recently released the fourth quarter and second semester honor rolls for the 2019-20 school year.

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Martin Lienemann

Houston, Texas — Funeral services for Lowell Martin Lienemann, 65, Houston, Texas, formerly of Randolph, were June 23 at the Stonacek Funeral Chapel, Norfolk, with Rev. Neil Gately officiating.

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Hartington-Newcastle FFA Chapter works hard to plan for upcoming year

HARTINGTON — Summer may have officially began but the Hartington Newcastle FFA Chapter is still working behind the seen. While we can’t meet in person the officer team has been meeting on Zoom and planning upcoming events.

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Memorials help support two Hartington causes

HARTINGTON — Marjorie Kathol loved kids and those who served in the military.

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Funeral arrangements announced for Germaine Becker

HARTINGTON — Germaine Marie Becker, 86, of Hartington, Nebraska died on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 at her residence surrounded by her family.

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Man charged after beach confrontation

HARTINGTON — Cedar County Attorney Nicholas S. Matney announced charges have been filed against Guillermo Coronado Ortiz, 59, South Sioux City, following his arrest Tuesday evening at the Gavin’s Point Project, Lake Yankton Swimming Beach.

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Omaha suffers another violent protest in 1968

For aging Baby Boomers, 1967 is often remembered as “The Summer of Love.” That was the year that the hippie movement went mainstream and San Francisco was the place to be. But for residents of other U.S. cities, 1967 was a summer of violence. Beginning in June, more than 150 riots erupted across the United States. The worst of these occurred in Detroit, Michigan.

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