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Family fun on display in Page

Family entertainment filled Saturday's schedule during the annual Page Community Day celebration. A sand dig delighted many youngsters, who dug tunnels and holes in a large sandpile, in search of...

 

Word of the year: Opportunity

It was a day for the record books. After pushing back the official start date for the 2021-2022 school year, Summerland kindergarten through 12th-grade students reported to class Monday under one...

 

Village board adopts road plan

Future repairs for streets in the Village of Clearwater were discussed during a one- and six year street plan hearing, Monday, in Clearwater. Reed Miller, of Miller & Associates, from Kearney, said...

 

-Isms: Views on life in rural America

I'm not sure who deserves credit for this line, but I want it emblazoned on a T-shirt: "I just love seeing people live their best lie-f on social media." Much like tabloid journalism, you can spin a...

 

A shot in the arm for small business advertising would boost local economies

BRETT WESNER Chair of the National Newspaper Association, a community newspaper organization and president of Wesner Publications, Cordell, Oklahoma A little-noticed initiative by Sen. Maria...

 

Respect people's choices

This summer I attended the celebration of life service for Dr. Rick Holm, the original Prairie Doc who founded this newspaper column, a radio show and a television show now entering its 20th season....

 

Requesting a farm number: why they are important

Any farmer or rancher who is interested in conservation programs through the Natural Resources Conservation Service is required to have a farm number for the application process. Farm numbers are...

 

Specialized hymphedema services offered at local hospital

SUBMITTED ARTICLE In addition to occupational therapy services, Sheleene Charf, OTR/L, CLT of MSM Enterprises, also offers specialized lymphedema services at Antelope Memorial Hospital. Lymphedema is...

 

Lady Cats short on experience, long on will to win

Summerland's volleyball team sits at 1-1 after the Aug. 26 season opener at the West Holt triangular. Four letter winners return to the 2021 squad, including Hadley Cheatum, Harper Klabenes, Adyson...

 

Three earn medals at opening meet

Aislynn Kester, Alex Thiele and Jesse Thiele brought home medals from the Bobcat cross country season opener, held Aug. 26, at the Calamus Golf Course, in Burwell. In the girls' division, Kester...

 

Thomson racks up 226 all-purpose yards in win against Falcons

The Bobcats opened the 2021 campaign with a 12-6 win over Elkhorn Valley. The teams met under the lights in Orchard on Friday. Head Coach Tom Thramer said his squad did some good things, especially...

 

Johnsens wlecome son

Sam and Danielle Johnsen of Tilden announce the birth of their son, Ole Alvin Johnsen. He was born July 25, 2021, in Norfolk. Ole weighed nine pounds, three ounces and measured 21.5 inches long. He...

 

Two local district court cases resolved by plea deals

Hope M. Petite, 27, of Orchard appeared in the Antelope County district court last Wednesday, Aug. 25, alongside her court-appointed attorney, Martin Klein of Neligh, for pretrial hearing on five coun...

 

Notice of Regular Meeting Board of Trustees Village of Clearwater

NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING BOARD OF TRUSTEES VILLAGE OF CLEARWATER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Clearwater will be held Monday, Sept. 13, 2021, at 7:30 p.m., in the fire hall meeting room...

 

Warrant issued by Holt County judge

The Honorable Kale Burdick signed an arrest warrant for an out-of-state man who failed to appear in Holt County court for arraignment on two felony counts last Tuesday, Aug. 24. Michael W. Hilton,...

 

Atkinson woman to serve five years' probation

Amanda S. Lemburg, 30, of Atkinson was sentenced to a five-year term of probation last week for financial exploitation of her grandparents in 2019. Probation terms include a written apology to her...

 

Upland Slam challenge underway

Hunters again are challenged to go afield with family and friends this fall to complete the Nebraska Upland Slam by harvesting all four of Nebraska’s primary upland game bird species. The challenge of the Upland Slam, a partnership among the...

 

Burglary defendant filess pleas in abatement

A Norfolk woman, who was bound over to Antelope County district court on a felony burglary charge is claiming there was not enough evidence to support the burglary charge. Debra F. Jordan was...

 

From tailgates to touchdown: Football season is finally here!

Not only will it be nice to see actual fans in Memorial Stadium this fall and not cardboard cutouts, it will be nice to see parking lots full of fans devouring their favorite foods before the game....

 

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