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  • Stepping down Stepping down Hastings High wrestling coach Brian Laux ready to spend more time with family
  • State duals State duals Tigers finish fifth in Kearney
  • AC vs. HHS AC vs. HHS Hastings High manhandles Holdrege to set up rematch with Adams Central
  • History maker History maker Stromsburg auther shares story of first African American to play football for Nebraska

Author shares story behind book
Kathy Nelson knew the story and its historical significance, but she waited until she retired to publish a book about the first African American to play football at Nebraska.
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Sandeen welcomes 'moral victory'
One Hastings supporter of gay marriage said this morning's court ruling was a moral victory but a loss for those wanting change now.
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Laux stepping down
KEARNEY — With the completion of the state wrestling dual tournament on Saturday at the University of Nebraska-Kearney, the 2014-2015 wrestling season came to a close.
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Tigers take fifth at state duals
KEARNEY — Saturday marked the third annual state wrestling dual tournament at the University of Nebraska-Kearney.
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HHS win sets up rematch with AC
GRAND ISLAND — A fast start by Hastings High that led to a 12-2 first quarter advantage put Holdrege's backs against a wall early on, requiring the Dusters to push the issue in order to stay in the game.
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No. 12 Hastings falls at No. 3 Concordia
SEWARD — A half hour before Saturday's Great Plains Athletic Conference women's basketball semifinal, Concordia emerged from its home locker room for warm-ups with its best player wearing jeans and a long-sleeve shirt.
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Dwight W. Liebst
Former Hastings resident Dwight W. Liebst, 69, passed away Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015, in Wichita, KS. Dwight was employed at Mary Lanning Healthcare for 26 years. He spent his retirement in Hemet, California, and Wichita. Services will be held by family in Wichita with internment at Roseland Cemetery, Nebraska, on March 2 approximately at 2 p.m.
Charles W. Flohrs
Red Cloud resident Charles W. Flohrs, Sr., 66, died Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015, at Bryan LGH-West in Lincoln. Services are pending with the Simonson-Williams Funeral Home of Red Cloud.
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