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Mutton bustin' signup Monday

Call-ins for mutton bustin' for the 54th annual Clearwater rodeo will be Monday, June 21, from 5 to 6 p.m. To enter, call Melissa Herley at 402-640- 9738. Participants must be 3 to 7 years of age....


Capital campaign begins for youth enrichment center

A capital campaign to construct a youth enrichment center on the Antelope County Fairgrounds is underway. The idea hatched after the 2020 show-and-go fair, as participation numbers in poultry and...


Pipeline pulls plug on project

TC Energy terminated its project along the proposed 1,200-mile Keystone XL route, last Wednesday. The company suspended construction in January after President Biden revoked a presidential permit to...


Golf course plans tournament customer appreciation event

Thank you to our customers. That’s the message Summerland Golf Course, its manager and board members want to share with surrounding communities instrumental in starting the course 29 years ago....


-Isms: Views on life in rural america

Emily Dickinson wrote, “Hold dear to your parents for it is a scary and confusing world without them.” So true. I’ve been sentimental lately, tears have flowed fairly steadily, as Father’s...


Legislature will address redistricting process

I would consider the recently completed legislative session successful for Nebraska taxpayers. Among other items, we passed, and the governor signed into law, bills to provide a sales tax exemption...


Small business assistance program a valuable tool for rural entrepreneurs

JOHNATHAN HLADIK Policy director Center for Rural Affairs Small business entrepreneurship is a key source of job creation for rural counties. These businesses generate economic activity that can...


Auction draws large crowd

Silence slipped through the halls of Clearwater Public School Tuesday morning. Classes are dismissed for summer vacation and the annual noise associated with preparing the building for the next year...


Think beyond burgers for Father's Day cookout

TERRI HAHN Something I've never been able to figure out: On Mother's Day, moms get breakfast in bed. On Father's Day, dads are expected to head to the grill to cook for themselves. Not sure why....

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