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  • District champs District champs Tigers headed to state for first time since 1998
  • Another title Another title St. Cecilia wins third straight district championship
  • All Saints Chapel All Saints Chapel Redidication ceremony held at Good Samaritan Village
  • 'Mr. Spock' 'Mr. Spock' Patrick Crawford of Hastings got acting lessons from Leonard Nimoy
 

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Hastings thespian worked with 'Spock'
As people are remembering actor Leonard Nimoy for his work on stage and screen, one Hastings thespian has his own stories to share.
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Big plans for 20th Ozu visit
Members of the Hastings International Exchange Organization are looking for support from the community as they prepare to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the sister city agreement with Ozu, Japan.
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All Saints Chapel gets facelift
The spirit of the late Rev. William Goldbeck — one of the visionaries behind the planning of All Saints Chapel — was alive and well as more than 100 people gathered to dedicate the freshly renovated chapel during a service there Friday morning on Good Samaritan Society/Hastings Village campus.
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Tigers district champs, headed to Lincoln
GRAND ISLAND — The wait was worth it for Hastings High on Friday night.
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STC wins third straight district crown
GRAND ISLAND — The Centura girls basketball team pushed Class C-2 No. 3 St. Cecilia for two and half quarters, but the fast-paced STC offense proved to be too much for the Centurions.
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Blue Hill puts Axtell away in second half
Both Blue Hill and Axtell were riding double-digit win streaks coming into Friday night's matchup, but a lot more was on the line than just keeping a win streak alive — an automatic bid to the Class D-1 State Tournament was up for grabs.
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Big fourth quarter sends Hornets to state
ST. PAUL — Shelby Hinrichs could barely breathe.
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Sutton wins district final
AURORA — It was a year ago when the Sutton girls basketball team lost to St. Cecilia in the district final and the Fillies' coach remembers how that felt.
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Eagles fall short in district final
UTICA — The Bruning-Davenport/Shickley girls basketball team fell short Friday night in the Class D1-1 district final game at Centennial High School against the defending state champions.
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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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