By Rob On Thursday, April 27th, 2017

Construction officials blow-up Hwy. 12 bridge

Construction employees took down the Hwy. 12 bridge over Bow Creek between Wynot and St. James last Thursday. Due to the time it would take, and the instability of the existing structure, construction officials More...

By Kaylee On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

Area students make beautiful music at contest

OSMOND —  The sounds of Northeast Nebraska students were lilting through the air here Friday. Students from 15 area schools gathered at the District Music Contest. The hallways at Osmond Community School were More...

By Kaylee On Friday, April 21st, 2017

Fourth DUI sends area man to prison pgnations

HARTINGTON — A 35-year-old rural Hartington man has been sent to prison for two-five years for a fourth offense DUI conviction. Charges had been filed against Victor Perez Dec. 20, 2016, which included Operation More...

By Kaylee On Thursday, April 13th, 2017

Social media blitz helps put area man behind bars

HARTINGTON — Social media is helping local law enforcement find, and bring in suspects. A man with a Cedar County warrant is now behind bars after a Wanted Poster was added to the Sheriff’s Facebook page Tuesday, More...

By Kaylee On Wednesday, April 5th, 2017

New report says Cedar County is the healthiest county in Nebraska

HARTINGTON — A national study has once again tabbed Cedar County as the healthiest county in all of Nebraska. The ranking comes from the eighth annual County Health Rankings report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation More...

By Rob On Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

Dendinger honored for years of Ec Dev. Work

HARTINGTON —Long-time Hartington Community Development Corporation Board member Bill Dendinger stepped down from the Board Wednesday. Dendinger’s three-year term on the board expired and he chose not to seek More...

By Kaylee On Friday, February 10th, 2017

Sickness cancels Friday night game

HARTINGTON — The boys and girls basketball games scheduled for Friday between Hartington-Newcastle and Wynot have been cancelled because of illness. Several special events had been planned in conjunction with More...

By Kaylee On Thursday, February 9th, 2017

Cedar students compete in Poetry Out Loud contest

HARTINGTON — Several Cedar Catholic students proved they aren’t shy about sharing their thoughts. Sarah Lammers, Cassidy Ulrich, Brianna Miller, Jayda Bernecker, Nicholas Paltz, Sadie Uhing, Hannah Rembert More...

By Kaylee On Thursday, February 9th, 2017

HNS students map out honors

Cole Bensen, Keeley Wiepen, Daniel Steffen, Jessica Opfer and Dayton Sudbeck recently competed in the local level of the National Geographic Bee at Hartington-Newcastle Public School, with sixth grade student Daniel More...

By Kaylee On Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

No Complaints on Cedar County ‘Trusting in God’

HARTINGTON    —  “In God We Trust” has become very visible at the Cedar County Courthouse. A large sign with the words “In God We Trust” has been posted above the double doors in the main entryway at More...