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Four selected to interview for Summerland superintendent position

Summerland Public Schools could announce who will serve as superintendent for the next school year as soon as Wednesday, Feb. 7, once interviews for the position conclude. Four candidates were slated...

 
 By Kevin Warneke    News    January 31, 2024

Mini statues of liberty brought patriotism to towns across Nebraska, then Omaha's disappeared

John Lajba has grown accustomed to having Lady Liberty loom over him while he works in his downtown Omaha studio. Still, the sculptor would rather see the weathered 9-foot copper statue depart his...

 
 By JL Schmidt    Opinion    October 12, 2023

The days dwindle down to a precious few

"For it's a long, long while from May to December But the days grow short when you reach September And the autumn weather turns the leaves to flame..." -- September Song I decided it was time to get...

 

Dear Colorado, what is hatred anyway?

An open letter to Colorado. It's fitting that I am writing this on the 22nd Anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on America, the day that hatred manifested itself openly on American soil. I am writing abou...

 
 By LuAnn Schindler    News    June 29, 2023

Chute out: Clearwater Rodeo completes successful weekend series

Two hundred-plus cowboys and cowgirls converged on Clearwater, June 23 to 25, entertaining large crowds during the three nights of rough-and-tumble competition. More than 50 took home prize money and...

 

Merle John Sehi

Funeral services for Merle J. Sehi, 83, of Elgin, were held Tuesday, March 21, at St. John's Catholic Church, rural Clearwater, with Rev. John Norman officiating. Interment followed at St. Patrick's...

 

Merle Sehi

Funeral services for Merle J. Sehi, 83, of Elgin, will be at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, March 21, at St. John's Catholic Church, rural Clearwater, with Rev. John Norman officiating. Interment will follow...

 

Nebraska state parks to be featured in new RV reality show

Nebraska is more than cows and corn — and really may be for everyone after all. The state will get its Discovery Channel debut Jan. 8 when “RV There Yet?” airs episode two, “Not just Cows and Corn,” featuring Arbor Lodge State Historical...

 

NNS: Nov. 22 News briefs

Ramey Vachal, Hanna Christensen, Chin Tung Tan Nebraska News Service State Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks announces run for Congress State Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks of District 28 announced her bid for Nebraska’s 1st Congressional District. Brooks...

 

Guest Opinion: Extending Microenterprise Tax Credit a show of support for small businesses

JONATHAN HLADIK Policy director Center for Rural Affairs With a nearly-unanimous vote last month, the Nebraska Legislature retained and improved one of the only incentives available to businesses of...

 

Summerland board announces superintendent candidates

Summerland Public School Board of Education will interview four candidates to fill the superintendent's position beginning Monday, Feb. 8. Candidates, narrowed from a field of 17 applicants, were...

 

Lamont Larson 1927 - 2020

A memorial visitation service for Lamont Larson, 93, of Tilden, will be held Saturday, Jan. 9, from 3 to 5 p.m., at Peace United Church of Christ, in Tilden, with Pastor Melanie Miller officiating. A...

 

Lamont Larson

A memorial visitation service for Lamont Larson, 93, of Tilden, Nebraska, will be held Saturday, Jan. 9, from 3 to 5 p.m., at Peace United Church of Christ, in Tilden, with Pastor Melanie Miller...

 
 By Sandy Schroth    News    August 27, 2020

Dad sentenced for involvement in teenager incident

A dad, who had been remanded to the county sheriff’s custody to serve a jail sentence, drove away from the courthouse in a private vehicle last Wednesday, with his children as passengers. Shane Sleister did not go directly to jail. Instead of...

 
 By Sandy Schroth    News    July 23, 2020

Antelope County courtroom sees variety of cases in loaded docket

The Honorable Donna Taylor presided over an array of cases last Wednesday, stemming from fights, traffic crashes, driving while intoxicated or under suspension, to dog attacks. In a rare move, Taylor...

 

Ewing native receives master's degree

Chadron State College honored 315 graduates in a virtual commencement exercise, May 9. Opening and closing moments of reflection were provided by Taylor Osmotherly of Crawford and Kelsey Brummels, of...

 
 By LuAnn Schindler    News    March 12, 2020

Officials address cancellations, concerns amid COVID-19 spread

Organizations and institutions across Nebraska are taking precautionary measures amidst concerns about COVID-19. While no cases have been reported in Antelope, Holt or Wheeler counties, the North...

 

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