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Members of the Bloomfield American Legion Riders Post 249 rode into Hartington on their motorcycles last Friday to present a donation for the new Hartington Veterans Memorial.

HARTINGTON — Area officials say using the U.S. Postal Service for elections is a safe and efficient way to run an election, despite a national debate over the safety of all-mail elections.

Sports

HARTINGTON — Hartington wlll have a school-sponsored bowling team this year.

MITCHELL, S.D. — The Wynot Expos (11-11) will play at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in second-round  State Tournament action at Cadwell Park against Clark, an 11-3 winner over Four Corners Sunday.

Schools

NORFOLK — Northeast Community College continues to put plans into place as faculty, staff, and students prepare to begin the fall semester Aug. 17.

Hartington-Newcastle, Cedar Catholic and Holy Trinity employees have been busy the past few weeks getting everything ready for a new school year. Russ Flamig (above) helped out by doing some vacuuming in some of the rooms at HNS. First year business teacher Noah Pelan and Kenny Pelan spent time last week putting some desks back in place after the floor had been waxed at CCHS. School will start here Aug. 17. Wynot started classes Aug. 12.