Ewing man sentenced to prison

A Ewing man was sentenced to three years in a facility under jurisdiction of the Nebraska Department of Corrections on Monday. Tyler J. Napier, 21, was sentenced by the Honorable Mark Kozisek in the Holt County district court for three crimes...

Hearing on TC Energy CUP set for Friday

This Friday, Holt County Supervisors will consider whether a conditional use permit will be granted for TC Energy or if a recommendation from the Holt County Planning and Zoning Board will take...

Man staying at Neligh motel charged with failure to register address

Jeremy J. Mathrole, 40, appeared in Antelope County court last week for arraignment on two violations of the Sex Offender Registration Act. Due to previous violation convictions, the allegations are...

Groundwater to be discussed at area meetings

Three citizen meetings have been scheduled in the Bazile Groundwater Management Area. The goal of these meetings is to have everyone who lives, works or farms within the Bazile Groundwater Management Area participate in a discussion about the...

Impressions of a Midwest Flood to visit Neligh

Impressions of a Midwest Flood, an art exhibit by Nebraska artist Elizabeth Kois, will open March 7 and be on display until March 31, at the Neligh Public Library, 710 M Street, in Neligh. Kois will...

Assistant attorney general prosecutes O'Neill man in Holt County court

Benjamin Parks, 22, of O’Neill appeared in Holt County court last Tuesday, Feb. 18, for a preliminary hearing on two charges filed by chief deputy Nebraska Attorney General David Bydalek last...

Fifth annual ag and home expo begins Tuesday

Four guest speakers will highlight the fifth annual Antelope County Ag and Home Expo, which begins Tuesday, March 3 and continues Wednesday, March 4, at the Antelope County Fairgrounds in Neligh. Al...

4-H is for everyone

TESSA HAIN 4-H Youth Development Coordinator What do you think of when you hear 4-H? Do you think of showing animals, the fair, crafts and that 4-H is for just farm kids? Well, think again. 4-H is more than just showing animals or making crafts to...

Lunchbox Learning sessions planned at one-room school

There are many ways to define history. But no matter what definition is accepted, it is important to see that history is the story of people and what has happened to people in families and...

Warriors eliminate Bobcats from subdistrict play

Gage Clifton scored 13 points and Connor Napier grabbed six rebounds in the Bobcats' 62-40 loss to Neligh-Oakdale in the opening round of Class C2-6 subdistrict play, Monday, in O'Neill. The Warriors...

State tournament provides valuable experience for Bobcat wrestlers

Neither Colton Thiele or Rafe Grebin advanced to the medal round in their respective weight classes at the 2020 NSAA State Wrestling Championships, last week, in Omaha. But Summerland head wrestling...

Season ends for Summerland girls

"We ran out of gas." That's how Summerland girls basketball coach Greg Appleby described the Lady Cats 50-39 loss to North Central in the opening round of subdistrict competition, last Tuesday....

Spartans spoil Bobcats' final regular season contest

An unproductive second quarter by the Bobcats contributed to Friday's 57-31 loss to Boyd County. Summerland was only able to score three points, giving the Spartans a 35-13 advantage at the midway...

-Isms

If you believe the most annoying sound in the world is nails scraping across a chalkboard, you’ve obviously never slept with someone who snores. The sounds is ... well, in our house, a cross...

Priority bills, tax relief discussions underway in Legislature

It’s that point in the legislative session when only bills with priority status make the agenda. The deadline for selecting priority bills was Feb. 21. Every senator is authorized to select one...

Tigers tame competition at Ainsworth Invite

The Ewing Tiger speech team took top honors in team sweepstakes at Saturday's Ainsworth Invitational speech meet. In the field of 10 teams, West Holt was second; Gordon-Rushville, third and...

Cyclone speakers compete in two invites

Five Cyclone speech team members earned medals during competition last week. On Feb. 21, team members participated in the Howells-Dodge Invite. Maddy Melcher finished sixth in varsity serious prose....

Ewing quiz bowl teams prepare for competition

Ewing high school and junior high quiz bowl teams will begin the competitive season the first week of March. On Tuesday, March 3, high school students will compete in the Educational Service Unit #8...

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