Hanover extends win streak to 43 in a row

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Emmitt Jueneman assists on a tackle of an Onaga player. Jueneman’s defense was strong, taking a 70-yard interception in for a touchdown on Friday.

Thursday, October 10, 2019
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Though Onaga scored first, Hanover ended yet another game at half with a 56-6 win against the Buffalos on Friday. The Wildcats put up 32 points in the first quarter and 24 points in the second to end the game with the mercy rule. Hanover extended their state record 8-man football winning streak to... + continue reading
Commission looks for contractors to finish basement remodel

An old map shows where all of the country one-room schoolhouses were located across Washington County. The schools tended to be spaced anywhere from two to four miles apart so children did not have to travel far for an education.

Thursday, October 10, 2019
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Only one contractor attended the Board of County Commissioners’ walk through of the courthouse basement on Monday morning. The commissioners invited all contractors interested in bidding on the work in the basement to the walk through so that they could place bids accordingly. A second... + continue reading
SCHOOLHOUSE DAYS GONE BY
Thursday, October 10, 2019
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At one time in Washington County, there were 146 school districts in the county, including 133 rural elementary schools that were operated in one-room schoolhouses. Those schoolhouses have all but disappeared, but still remaining are the memories of many county residents who grew up attending those... + continue reading
Barnes cafe seeking community support
Thursday, October 10, 2019
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Community support is vital for the existence and success of small businesses in small towns, but some businesses serve integral roles as the heart and soul of a community. In Barnes, the Hometown Café is just that kind of establishment, and supporters are asking for the community to come... + continue reading
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History is on the side of Hanover in what is the state’s only #1 vs. #2 matchup on Friday. The top-ranked Wildcats will host the Axtell Eagles on Friday in a game that has been marked on football fans’ calendars for some time. While Hanover has dominated Axtell over the last 11 years... + continue reading

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Washington County traveled to Lincoln and came back with a 50-6 win, moving their district record to 2-0. The team managed the blowout win without standout junior quarterback Drew Buhrman, who was out with an injury. Mason Miller stepped in and filled... + continue reading
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The Eagles took down state-ranked Victoria, 28-14, in a battle of unbeatens on Friday at Victoria. The district matchup between Clifton-Clyde and Victoria was one of the state’s premiere matchups and was a district game for the teams. The weather was... + continue reading

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Commission looks for contractors to finish basement remodel

An old map shows where all of the country one-room schoolhouses were located across Washington County. The schools tended to be spaced anywhere from two to four miles apart so children did not have to travel far for an education.

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Only one contractor attended the Board of County Commissioners’ walk through of the courthouse basement on Monday morning. The commissioners invited all contractors interested in bidding on the work in the basement to the walk through so that they could place bids accordingly. A second... + continue reading
SCHOOLS NO MORE

The former Barnes High School gym is all that remains of the K-12 school that operated at the northwest corner of town years ago. The high school closed in 1963 and the grade school in 1985.

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Enrollment trends, classification updates, schools not being able to fill a sports team roster… the schools of Washington County are a constant part of the news cycle because of their impact on the communities they serve and the students they educate. Declining enrollment has been a trend... + continue reading
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Members of the 2019 Hanover Wildcats football team are, back row, from left, assistant coaches Chris Beikmann and John Bruna, Emmitt Jueneman, Colin Jueneman, Jacob Jueneman, Jonah Weber, Blake Hynek, Tanner Link, Jacob Klipp, head coach Matt Heuer; middle, Tyler Bonzer, Taegan Schwartz, Tregan Graff, Keagan Dimler, Philip Doebele, Joshua Zarybnicky, Kacey Espinoza, Matthew Schroller; front, managers Cooper Bruna and Noah Sedlacek, Cole Meyer, Trevor Graff, Jacob Bruna, Andrew Gugenhan, Isaac Bruna, Chase Bruna, managers Wyatt Simpson and Braden Jueneman.

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Washington County traveled to Lincoln and came back with a 50-6 win, moving their district record to 2-0. The team managed the blowout win without standout junior quarterback Drew Buhrman, who was... + continue reading
Hanover extends win streak to 43 in a row

Photos by KARA BRUNA

Emmitt Jueneman assists on a tackle of an Onaga player. Jueneman’s defense was strong, taking a 70-yard interception in for a touchdown on Friday.

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