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Women run this ranch Evert sisters-in-law care for cattle, families and more. Read More...
Girls qualify 11, all three relays OGALLALA—For track coaches, putting together relays is a lot like making stew. Throw ingredients in until they all work together. Read More...
Brady Eagles sending 11 to state track SUTHERLAND—The Brady Eagles came into the track season with high expectations. Read More...
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Local News

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Adventures at Halsey forest

OUTDOOR FUN: Dudley Elementary fifth-graders spent Thursday and Friday at Halsey National Forest, where they participated in such activities as skill and trust building, maneuvering a zip line, canoeing...

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The Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry has announced that Devin Brundage of Gothenburg is among the members of its next Leadership Nebraska class. This year’s class will be the ninth in the...

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AREA NEWS DIGEST

Taken from the columns of area newspapers. Six move on in Cozad school board race COZAD—Attention focused upon four contested Dawson County races during the recent primary dlection. In the highly...

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Swimmers will have to wait until after Memorial Day to jump into the city pool since the pool opens June 1. All fees, whether pool rental, lessons or open swimming, must be paid in full on or before the...

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Opinions

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Crucial decisions this session

Greetings District 36. Well, it’s official. The 104th Legislature has adjourned Sine Die and will not convene again until January 2017, so you can breathe easy unless you follow national politics...

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Legislative work not always easy

Greetings District 36. The 104th legislative session adjourned sine die on Wednesday, April 20. I would like to sincerely thank the 11 senators whose terms are completed at the end of this year. Each...

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Breathing a big sigh of relief

Greetings, District 36. Hooray, the 104th Legislative Session is nearly over and everyone can breathe a sigh of relief! The final few days have been long and sometimes contentious. Each senator has worked...

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Sports

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GHS Sports Schedule 2015-2016

BOYS GOLF Mar. 22—North Platte Invite Fourth, 357 Mar. 29—at Lexington (Lakeside) Fourth—357 Apr. 5—BROKEN BOW, W 179-191 Apr. 7—at St. Pat’s, cancelled Apr.8—at...

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Records continue to fall at Nebraska Championship

Girls 4x800 relay takes gold medal.  For the sixth year Nebraska’s best junior high track athletes have made their way to Gothenburg. At the end of the regular season, the Nebraska Championship...

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Girls qualify 11, all three relays

OGALLALA—For track coaches, putting together relays is a lot like making stew. Throw ingredients in until they all work together.

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Poor conditions cause high scores at B-4 district

MCCOOK—Heritage Golf Course was an unforgiving place on Monday. Chilly, wet conditions made for a tough day for golfers in the B-4 district. In order to qualify for state as a team squads had to...

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Brady Happenings

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On to the next big adventure

HUGS & KISSES: Graduate Bowen Land gets a hug from his brother, Cody, and a kiss from his father, Steve, during the presentation of roses portion of Saturday’s ceremony.   To view more photos,...

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Brady Eagles sending 11 to state track

SUTHERLAND—The Brady Eagles came into the track season with high expectations.

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The cost for mandated repairs to Brady’s wastewater collection site came in well under the $1.7 million originally projected. With a grinder for the influent pipe at the lift station that village...

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Agribusiness

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Initiative creates demonstration farms

LINCOLN—The U.S. Department of Agriculture is establishing a soil health initiative in Nebraska. The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will lead a statewide effort to enhance the adoption...

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Women run this ranch

Evert sisters-in-law care for cattle, families and more.

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LINCOLN—Nebraska farmers are urged to talk with USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) before draining any wet areas or bringing new land into production. NRCS State Wildlife Biologist...

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