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Articles from the November 17, 2022 edition

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Potential and promise

As a freshman, Olga Mendoza watched several Latinx students receive scholarships from the Gallery of Stars, presented during the annual Latino Youth Summit, held at Central Community College in...

 

Voters approve higher minimum wage, voter ID in midterm election

Two initiative measures - one requiring photographic identification, one increasing minimum wage - were passed by Nebraska voters during the Nov. 8 General Election. Initiative 432 amends Nebraska's...

 

Clearwater receives telehealth grant

The Foundation for Rural Service, the philanthropic arm of NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association, announced recipients of 31 grants totaling more than $142,000 to support projects in communities served by NTCA members – the largest amount ever...

 

School announces holiday schedule

Summerland Public School will not be in session Wednesday, Nov. 23 through Friday, Nov. 25, for Thanksgiving break. Classes will resume Monday, Nov. 28, at the regularly scheduled time. The one-act...

 

-Isms: Views on life in rural America

What object from your personal or family history has special meaning, either as a memento of the past or a reflection of your identity? The question - stemming from a National Public Radio story I...

 

Time is running out to save local news

Local journalism is a cornerstone of democracy and a vital source of information for communities across the country, with newsrooms covering local politics, high school sports, local business openings, cultural events, and other matters that help a...

 

Looking out for all of you

Recently, while visiting from out of state, my father had a "health hiccup." As we navigated getting this problem investigated and addressed, he was very concerned that we keep his primary care...

 

Supporting America's veterans

ausing to reflect on the heroic service of the servicemembers in our nation’s history is an important American tradition. Extending recognition for the immeasurable impact our veterans have made...

 

Chamber building upgrade gets the nod

The Clearwater Chamber of Commerce will continue to develop plans for a proposed building at the organization’s rodeo grounds. The size of the building is yet to be decided, following a vote of...

 

Attack of the clones: Thirty years ater, a Taylor-made mystery lives on

In the summer of 1978, Allen Wilke slammed the brakes. He did this often. A true plantsman, he observed everything but the road itself. He would spy a flowering prickly pear in the ditch, a wild...

 

Five Bobcats earn post-season honors

Niobrara Valley Conference officials released post-season honors in volleyball last week. Five members of the Summerland squad were recognized. Adyson Mlnarik and Hadley Cheatum were named to the...

 

NOTICE FOR SEMI-TRACTOR BIDS ANTELOPE COUNTY, NEBRASKA

NOTICE FOR SEMI-TRACTOR BIDS ANTELOPE COUNTY, NEBRASKA The Antelope County Commissioners have the intent to purchase one or more, new or used semi-tractors. The Antelope County Commissioners invite informal quotes from now until 9:30 a.m., on Dec...

 

NOTICE OF MEETING COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, ANTELOPE COUNTY, NEBRASKA

NOTICE OF MEETING COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, ANTELOPE COUNTY, NEBRASKA Notice is hereby given that the county board of commissioners of Antelope County, Nebraska, will meet in executive session in the commissioners’ meeting room in the...

 

PROCEEDINGS ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

PROCEEDINGS ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Nov. 7, 2022 Neligh, Nebraska Chairman opened meeting. Notice of meeting published as required by statute. Open meeting. Approved agenda and minutes of 11-01-2022 BOC meeting. Correspondence was...

 

Game and Parks receives grant to restore grassland, wetland habitat

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and its partners have received a $4 million grant through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to restore grassland and wetland habitat for at-risk species. A four-year conservation project will take place...

 

Warm up with vegetable 'stew'

Nothing tastes better on a chilly fall day than a big bowl of homemade vegetable beef stew. Add a slice or two of home-baked bread and you've achieved perfection. Nothing controversial about that,...

 

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