Stolen school van located on edge of Orchard

A Summerland school van, reported missing around midnight, June 29, was located on the edge of Orchard, Tuesday morning. Antelope County Sheriff Bob Moore said his office received a call from...

Antelope County 2940 account remains under sheriff's direction

Twenty-nine-forty – an accounting code that identifies an Antelope County Law Enforcement Center fund – has become a familiar term during Antelope County commissioner dialog, as well as a point...

Remember Nebraska's Fallen

A patriotic exhibit, Remember the Fallen, is on display at the Village Hall meeting room, in Ewing, through July 4. The exhibit is open from 8 a. m. to 3 p.m., until Friday and Saturday, from 8 a.m....

Business booming for Ewing fireworks stand

The Fourth of July is only a few days away and one Ewing business is prepared to ignite everyone's passion for all things pyrotechnic. RTS Fireworks, located at Rotherham Tire Service, at 201 E....

Night at the Museum highlights Clearwater

Learn about Clearwater, past and present, during a Night at the Museum, July 3, at the Antelope County Museum complex. A video, denoting important sites in and near the village, will play on a...

Clearwater Rodeo ready to rock

While the 53rd version of Clearwater's Big Rodeo will look familiar, several adaptations will be in place because of COVID-19 concerns. According to Clearwater Chamber of Commerce President Curt...

Senators discuss COVID-19 protocols and bills for upcoming session

KATIE ANDERSON Nebraska News Service With the summer session less than three weeks away, Nebraska Legislature's leaders say there are important tax and revenue topics to be debated and hope to keep...

Mutton bustin' entries accepted

Call-ins for mutton bustin’ for the 53rd annual Clearwater Rodeo will be Monday, July 6, from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. To enter, call Melissa Herley at 402-485-2556. Participants must be three to seven years of age. Each night, 15 spots will be reserved...

Former Neligh man sentenced to 18 months in prison

The Honorable Mark Johnson presided from the bench in the Antelope County district court Wednesday, June 24, when he sentenced a former Neligh man to 18 months in prison for domestic assault....

Grand opening held for AMH's new Senior Life Solutions

On Wednesday, June 24, a grand opening, with ribbon cutting ceremony, was held for Antelope Memorial Hospital's new Senior Life Solutions Clinic. Members of the AMH Board of Trustees and Neligh...

Summerland claims Orchard AAU title

The 2020 Orchard AAU Powerlifting Meet was June 27, nearly three months after the original April 4 date set on the calendar. Twenty-two Summerland Bobcat powerlifters competed in this year's AAU...

Wolf and company claim top flight win

John Wolf, Nate Prouty, Kris Koelzer and Matt Buer shot 29 on the front nine and carded 28 on the back course to win the championship flight at the 13th annual FunkNSchmidt golf tournament. The June...

-Isms: Original views on life in rural America

This is my favorite time of year. Sweet summer is in full swing, sun lights the sky until late evening, we fire up the grill nightly and outdoor activities occupy spare time. Summertime means my...

Proposed legislation a positive step forward in addressing climate change in rural areas

Kayla Bergman Policy associate Center for Rural Affairs A recently introduced piece of legislation into the U.S. Senate is a positive step forward in addressing climate change in rural areas. The Growing Climate Solutions Act, intended to establish...

Schindler receives academic honors

Midland University is recognizing more than 800 students for their outstanding achievements in being named to the Spring 2020 academic awards’ list. Midland also announced the addition of three new awards for the 2020 spring semester:...

University announces dean's list recipients

Nearly 7,500 University of Nebraska–Lincoln students have been named to the deans' list for the spring semester of the 2019-20 academic year. Qualification for the deans' list varies among the eight undergraduate colleges and the Explore Center....

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