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On the right path

The condition of an Antelope County road that connects U.S. Highway 275 and U.S. Highway 20 - a road that will see an increase in traffic if Tuesday's Summerland school bond is approved - was a...

Holt County supervisors vote to retain David Domina for pipeline road agreement negotiation

The final item of business handled by the Holt County supervisors last Thursday afternoon at the courthouse in O'Neill caused some disunity among the leaders. As the supervisors passed time waiting...

Sons of Legion plan veterans dinner

Clearwater Sons of the American Legion will serve a Veterans Day dinner, Sunday, Nov. 10, from 5 to 8 p.m., at the Legion. Turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy , vegetable and buns will be served. A... Full story

Krebs, Pedersen selected to fill commissioner positions

Two new Antelope County Commissioners will be sworn in when the group meets in regular session, Tuesday, Nov. 12. Regina Krebs and Carolyn Pedersen will fill vacancies following the Oct. 15 recall of...

Ballots due by Nov. 12

Ballots for the Summerland building bond project are due to the respective county clerk's office, by 5 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 12. Courthouses will be closed Monday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veterans...

Plea deal offered in Antelope County district court

The Honorable James Kube gave his stamp of approval on two plea agreements in the Antelope County district courtroom in Neligh last Wednesday, Oct. 31. Karen R. Stewart, 46, of Osmond, accompanied by...

Bennet man sentenced in burglary

Andrew Yonkey, 48, of Bennet was sentenced to 120 days in the Holt County Jail by the Honorable Mark Kozisec in the Holt County district courtroom last Tuesday, Oct. 29. Yonkey was given credit for...

Blood drive scheduled in Ewing

Ewing FBLA will host a blood drive, Wednesday, Nov. 13, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., at the Ewing United Methodist -Presbyterian Church. Forms were to be sent home with the elementary students this...

U.S. Department of Labor Cites Utility Pole Company in Heat-Related Fatality at Nebraska Worksite

The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Smith Mountain Investments LLC after a heat-related fatality at a jobsite in Inman. An employee became ill while performing extreme physical activity in...

Bobcats headed to state tournament after impressive district performance

Years from now, when Summerland Bobcat fans rewind history and review memories of the cooperatives' first year, the list of accomplishments of the volleyball team will include a monumental moment: a...

Thiele, Wickersham gain experience at state cross country meet

The cross country season ended for two Summerland runners, Oct. 25, at the NSAA State Cross Country Championships, at Kearney Country Club. Kaci Wickersham ended 27th in Class D girls' competition....

Overton bumps Renegades from football playoffs

A spooky ending haunted CWCE, as Overton defeated the Renegades, 16-14, in the Oct. 31 first round of the NSAA State Football playoffs. Overton landed in the endzone first, taking a 6-0 lead. The...

-Isms

Success breeds success and fuels momentum. At the moment, momentum and success for Summerland activities and events are cause for excitement. In the co-operative's inaugural year, the cross country...

November: Waiting for brighter days

The fall temperatures have turned cold and the skies are often gray as I look out my kitchen window. Bright bluejays and dark eyed juncos add activity to what is otherwise a dull landscape. I hope,...

Orchard trio selected to perform at state championship game

Hadley Cheatum, Avery Cheatum and Kaci Wickersham, students at Orchard Public School, will sing the national anthem at the 2019 Class C1 football championship at Memorial Stadium, in Lincoln, Nov....

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