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 By LuAnn Schindler    News    April 8, 2021

Meuret appointed to county visitors committee

Stephanie Meuret, of Brunswick, will fill a vacated position on the Antelope County Visitors Committee. County commissioners approved the appointment, Tuesday, during a regular meeting, at the...

 
 By LuAnn Schindler    News    April 8, 2021

Holt County Supervisors adopt resolutions

Holt County Supervisors faced a light agenda, approving two resolutions, during the board’s March 31 meeting in O’Neill. Resolution 2021-10 approves the formation of a COVID American Rescue Plan...

 
 By LuAnn Schindler    News    April 8, 2021

Single-family housing development in the works

Plans to develop single-family housing units, in Clearwater, are one step closer to reality. Clearwater Community Development Group, LLC, broke ground on property located at Sixth and Iowa streets, Ma...

 

Niobrara Valley Conference art show planned

More than 1,200 pieces of high school and junior high artwork, representing Niobrara Valley Conference schools, will be on display later this month at Atkinson West Holt Public School. The art show...

 

-Isms: Views on life in rural America

A couple topics are brewing in my mind and, since it’s Tuesday, and I’ve been attempting to construct on outline for this week’s column, I’ll probably split it into two sections. See, this is...

 

Medical marijuana legalization advances in legislature

The question of whether Nebraska should legalize medical marijuana will be debated by the Legislature this year. LB 474, the Medicinal Cannabis Act, was advanced this past week from the Judiciary...

 

Expanding, evolving, redefining our post-pandemic worlds

TAMMY DAY Civic Nebraska As winter turns to spring and dreams of summertime travel and adventure appear to be real possibilities, I find myself trying to dust off the cobwebs of the past year and figuring out how to transition to the post-pandemic...

 
 By Sandy Schroth    News    April 8, 2021

O'Neill man fined for domestic assault, felony charge dropped

An O’Neill man was sentenced by the Honorable Mark Kozisek in the Holt County district courtroom last Monday, March 29, for a 2019 crime. Ceaser A. Leon, 31, was fined $500 for committing...

 

Ewing FunFest parade registration underway

Stars and stripes will headline the Ewing 150 + One FunFest parade, planned for Saturday, May 29. Registration for the event will be accepted through May 20. Forms, which appear on Page 8 of this...

 

Mobile food pantry planned in Neligh

The mobile food pantry, sponsored by the Neligh United Methodist Church, as well as various other churches, individuals and businesses in the area, will disperse food, Tuesday, April 20, from 3 to 5 p.m. A new location has been announced for the...

 

Seven Bobcats earn all-state academic honors

The Nebraska School Activities Assocation and Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association recently recognized students who were nominated by their schools for the NCPA academic all-state awards....

 

Grebin leads Bobcats in golf team season opener

Rafe Grebin shot 46 to take the top individual honors during a March 29 dual against Niobrara/Verdigre. Summerland shot 206, three strokes more than N/V. Matthew Potter finished with 50; Daley Bearinger, 54; Kelton Bruhn, 56 and Kellen Mlnarik, 59....

 

Governor Ricketts signs 16 bills to become laws

BROOKE WRAGE Nebraska News Service As of March 31, Gov. Pete Ricketts approved 16 bills to become state laws. The bills include topics varying from transportation and health care to government and military affairs. An overview of the new state laws...

 

Notice of Meeting Summerland School Board of Education

NOTICE OF MEETING SUMMERLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Summerland Public School Board of Education will hold a regular meeting Tuesday, April 12, at 6 p.m., at the Clearwater site. An agenda for the regular...

 

Tickets on sale for Ewing celebration concert

Tickets are on sale for the Ewing 150th plus one concert, featuring Little Texas and Hi-Fi Hangover, scheduled for May 30, at 8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased for $15 at Anson Electric, DW's Pub,...

 

Vaccine clinics announced

North Central District Health Department will host Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinics in the area this week. Residents may sign up for the vaccine at the following clinics by visiting www.ncdhd.ne.gov and clicking the yellow button on the home page....

 

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