Obituary – Ilene Post Liebsack

OMAHA — Ilene Post Liebsack, 82, Omaha, formerly of Wayne, Norfolk and Columbus, died Aug. 10, 2007, at an Omaha hospital. Visitation was Aug. 13 at Hasemann-Schumacher Funeral Home, Wayne. Funeral services were Aug. 14 at Our Savior Lutheran Church, Wayne, with Rev. Norman Schell officiating. Pallbearers were Larry Thompson, Harlan Aevermann, Donald Jacobsen, Lucas […]

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Bankers are state runners-up

CAIRO — The Hartington Bankers had trouble getting their offense going in the Nebraska Baseball Association Class B title game Sunday. Hartington fell 8-0 to Ogallala in the title game to take state runner-up honors. Another Cedar County League team, Newcastle, defeated the Lincoln Auto Salvage Angels 9-0 to earn third-place honors.

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Obituary – Hazel Allen

Hazel A. Allen, 94, Pender, died Wednesday, August 8, 2007 at the Pender Care Centre. Funeral Services will be Monday, Aug. 13, at 10:30 a.m. at the Munderloh Funeral Home in Pender, with the Rev. Margaret Olson officiating. A visitation will be held on Sunday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Munderloh Funeral Home. […]

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Hartington advances to fourth state title game in town's history

CAIRO— Hartington will appear in a state championship baseball game for the fourth time in the town’s history when the Hartington Bankers meet up with the Ogallala Moose Lodge at 6:45 p.m. Sunday in the Nebraska Class B Baseball Association title game. This is the first year the Nebraska Baseball Association has hosted a state […]

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Newcastle falls to Ogallala

CAIRO — Top-rated Ogallala was able to push two runners across the plate to defeat the Newcastle A’s in the first round of the Class B Nebraska Baseball Association State Tournament here Saturday. Ogallala, which suprised the Lincoln Auto Salvage Angels last week to win their District Tournament and pick up the top seed in […]

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Bankers advance to state championship game

CAIRO — The Hartington Bankers advanced to the state Class B championship game here Saturday night with a 5-4 upset win over the Lincoln Auto Salvage Angels. Lincoln had been rated as the top team in the state for most of the year. Hartington was rated in the Top Five in Class B most of […]

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Bankers advance to state championship game

CAIRO — The Hartington Bankers advanced to the state Class B championship game here Saturday night with a 5-4 upset win over the Lincoln Auto Salvage Angels. Lincoln had been rated as the top team in the state for most of the year. Hartington was rated in the Top Five in Class B most of […]

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Wynot is eliminated from state tourney

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  — The Hartford-Humboldt Gamecocks used the long ball to earn an 8-6 come-from-behind win over Wynot in Class B State Tournament first-round action here Friday morning. The Wynot Expos took command of the contest early, earning a 4-0 lead after four innings of play. Wynot extended that lead to 5-0 before the […]

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Neb. newspaper legend dies

LINCOLN — Carroll W. “Cal” Stewart died Wednesday, August 8, in Lincoln, he was 89. The funeral mass for Mr. Stewart will be held on Tuesday, August 14, at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Lincoln, 7900 Trendwood Drive. Services start at 1:30 p.m. At age 10, Cal was the printer’s devil at the Belden Nebraska […]

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St. James Marketplace to host Cowboy show

 ST. JAMES — A nationally known Cowboy Poet will perform at St. James Market Place next Saturday evening. The Western Cowboy Show will feature Ed Nesselhuf who is a western story teller and a veteran cowboy poet. Nesselhuf is a baby-boomer who was born and raised on the prairies of southeast Colorado. He travels considerably […]

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