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Bobcats advance to holiday tourney championships

The Bobcat girls' and boys' basketball teams were slated to play for the Summerland Holiday Tournament championships, Tuesday evening. The Advocate-Messenger went to press prior to tipoff. Complete co...

 

Family-friendly NYE event planned

Orchard United Methodist Church will host its annual New Year's Eve party, Dec. 31. The family-friendly event will begin at 6:30 and conclude at 10 p.m. Food, games and fun for all ages are on tap. A...

 

Office announces holiday schedule

The Advocate-Messenger will have abbreviated office hours this week, so employees may celebrate the new year with their families. On Dec. 31, reporters will be out of the office but available via...

 

Denied

Based on the county's comprehensive plan, Holt County supervisors denied a perpetual wetland reserve easement, for Melvin Knox's Bar K Bar , LLC, during a Dec. 16 public hearing, at the courthouse in...

 

Commissioners approve redistricting map during emergency meeting

Approved. Disapproved. Finalized, finally. Those steps led to a Dec. 23 special meeting of the Antelope County commissioners, where a new redistricting map was given the final nod. Commissioners...

 

-Isms: Views on life in rural America

I had to chuckle, Sunday, during one of our family get-togethers, when several of us mentioned we would like to be home by 7 p.m. Why? “Yellowstone.” I was late to the “Yellowstone” bandwagon....

 

Collaboration key to success of new USDA climate-smart agriculture initiative

With the Biden administration focused on addressing climate change, the U.S. Department of Agriculture recently announced plans for the Climate-Smart Agriculture and Forestry Partnership Initiative....

 

Advancing rural health improves all Nebraska

DOUGLAS KRISTENSEN Chancellor University of Nebraska Kearney DR. JEFFREY GOLD Chancellor University of Nebraska Medical Center Our state’s rural areas have much to be proud of: low crime rate, outstanding community pride and neighbors willing to le...

 

Set SMART resolutions

With 2022 nearly upon us, so, too, is the tradition of the New Year’s resolution. Merriam-Webster defines the New Year’s resolution as “a promise to do something differently in the new year....

 

Gloria Dierks

Gloria Dierks 1932 - 2021 A funeral mass for Gloria Dierks, 89, of Ewing was Monday, Dec. 27, at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Ewing. The Rev. John Norman officiated. Burial followed in St. Peter...

 

Thirty-three-year-old man goes back to prison

Tyler J. Napier, 33, incarcerated, was sentenced to concurrent 24-month and 12-month terms in prison by the Honorable Mark Johnson in the Antelope County district courtroom last week. Napier was...

 

Holt County sentence extends Orchard woman's time in jail

Hope M. Petite, 28, of Orchard faced the Honorable Mark Kozisek in the Holt County district courtroom in O’Neill on Monday, Dec. 19, for sentencing on six crimes committed Sept. 27, 2020. Kozisek...

 

Court rerun judges oders warrant for Royal man's arrest

Matthew F. Brandt, 34, of Royal again failed to appear in the Antelope County court for sentencing Dec. 15. His attorney, public defender Melissa Figueroa, requested continuance, while Antelope...

 

Kester earns nursing degree from Bryan College of Health Science

Audrey Kester, of Neligh, graduated Dec. 17 from Bryan College of Health Sciences in Lincoln, summa cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in nursing. The ceremony was held at St. Paul United Me...

 

Proceedings Antelope County Board of Commissioners

PROCEEDINGS ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Neligh, Nebraska Dec. 21, 2021 Notice of meeting published as required by statute. A complete record of these minutes, as well as all resolutions and agreements, are on file at the county clerk’s...

 

Proceedings Emergency Antelope County Board of Commissioners

PROCEEDINGS EMERGENCY MEETING ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Neligh, Nebraska December 23 2021 Notice of meeting published as required by statute. A complete record of these minutes, as well as all resolutions and agreements, are on file at...

 

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, Jan. 10, 2022, at 7:30 p.m., in the fire hall meeting room and...

 

Notice of Meetings County Board of Commissioners Antelope County, Nebraska For the Month of January 2022

NOTICE OF MEETINGS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ANTELOPE COUNTY, NEBRASKA FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2022 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County Board of Commissioners of Antelope County, Nebraska, will hold meetings in the county commisioners...

 

Sentences handed down in Antelope County court

Callie J. Kraft, 26, of Neligh appeared in the Antelope County courtroom in Neligh for sentencing Dec. 15. The Honorable Donna Taylor ordered an 18-month term of probation and fined her $500 for each...

 

Angler must be aware of fishing regulation changes for 2022

Anglers must be aware of fishing regulation changes that take effect Jan. 1, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The changes are: Black bass – The area where no minimum length limit on smallmouth bass is required has expanded to th...

 

Jail lockdown delays court appearances

The Honorable Donna Taylor continued two cases in the Antelope County court in Neligh last Wednesday, due to a health-related lockdown at the county jail. A pretrial hearing for Jonathyn M....

 

Tenpenny, Green headline rodeo concert

The 2022 Clearwater Rodeo concert will feature two country artists and a longtime local favorite. On Dec. 20, the rodeo concert committee announced Mitchell Tenpenny will headline the June 25...

 

Dips: a favorite party food

There is a reason dips are a favorite when it comes to party food. More than one reason, actually. And with New Year's gatherings and bowl games on the calendar, this is the time to add a couple of... Full story

 

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