Osmond man charged in Royal gas theft

A warrant was issued earlier this month for an Osmond man suspected in a May 2 gas drive off at Royal One Stop. The warrant, signed by Antelope County court judge Donna Taylor, orders the arrest of...

Mississippi man bags costly turkey in Holt County

William H. Allen, 71, of Clarksdale, Mississippi, filed a waiver of appearance in Holt County court last week for shooting a turkey that was on private property, from the roadway, an offense that...

Six advance to general election in school board race

Voter turnout in the May 10 primary election was more than 40% in Holt and Antelope counties. Summerland Board of Education A summary report from Antelope County Clerk Lisa Payne shows 49.68% of...

Orchard under boil water notice

A boil water advisory has been in effect for the village of Orchard since Sunday, May 15, due to a loss of pressure in the water distribution system, according to village officials. A drop in water...

Ewing nurse presented with Caring Kind Award

Marvi Pruden, RN, floor nurse, nursing supervisor and infection control director, is the 2022 Caring Kind Award winner of Antelope Memorial Hospital. She was recognized for the award on Wednesday,...

Gift

Antelope County Health Care Foundation members present a $25,000 check to Diane Carlin, Antelope Memorial Hospital CEO. Funds will go toward the purchase of new...

Senior Life Solutions addresses mental health in rural communities

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and Antelope Memorial Hospital is spreading awareness of the challenges of receiving mental health access in rural areas. While mental illnesses have a similar prevalence in both rural and urban environments,...

Bobcats off to quick start at 2022 state track and field championships

If perfect weather for a track and field meet exists, Mother Nature provided a picture perfect backdrop at Friday's Class C NSAA State Track and Field Championships, at Omaha Burke Stadium. Photos...

Miller, Koenig earn medals at Highway 20 meet

Dane Miller shot a 91 and Michael Koenig carded a 95 at the May 9, Highway 20 Boys' Golf Invitational, in Bassett. Miller finished 13th and Koenig, 15th. The Bobcats placed third overall, shooting...

-Isms: Views on life in rural America

Is it good or bad that between 40 and 50% of voters turned out for the May primary election? While the number seems above average for a mid-term election, it’s still concerning that more than half...

Parenting advice

I don’t know how you feel, but in my opinion, parenting is hard. Someone must have forgotten to hand me the instruction manual when my children came home. I have yet to meet a parent who wouldn’t...

National Police Week

May 11 to May 16 was National Police Week. It’s an opportunity to show our gratitude and appreciation to the men and women who put their lives on the line to keep our people and communities safe....

New programs prioritize investment in rural communities

With the passage of the bipartisan infrastructure law last November—a $1.3 trillion investment in our nation’s infrastructure—major funding is now available to rural communities. These funds...

Area youth selected for summer ag institute

More than 200 high school juniors and seniors, sharing an interest in agriculture, will gather in Lincoln this July to develop leadership skills, explore career opportunities and learn more about the state’s number one industry. Lizett Marino, of...

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