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 By Pam Bergstrom    News    July 21, 2022

Haskell Agriculture Laboratory celebrating 65 years, plans field day

About a mile and one-half east of Concord, in the rolling hills of Dixon County, is the Haskell Agriculture Laboratory or HAL. HAL, owned by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is where agricultural...

 
 By Kim Carpenter    News    July 14, 2022

'Naturally in our DNA': Community gardens, urban farms spread through Omaha

Growing up on a hill overlooking North Omaha during World War II, Mary Carpenter remembers the numerous vegetable plots, called victory gardens, that dotted her Florence neighborhood. “Everybody had one,” said Carpenter, the reporter’s...

 
 By Terri Hahn    Lifestyle    June 23, 2022

Eating healthy doesn't have to break the budget

It's no secret that grocery prices are on the rise. A trip to the grocery store is going to cost you more than it did a year ago. I'm not going to delve into the "whys" because, to be honest, I didn't...

 

Speaking Contest

Grace Ahlers, of Clearwater, presents a speech during the Nebraska Extension-Antelope County 4-H speaking contest, Thursday. She received reserve champin in junior speech. Olivia Mortensen, of...

 

PROCEEDINGS ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

PROCEEDINGS ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Neligh, Nebraska May 9, 2022 Chairman opened meeting. Notice of meeting published as required by statute. Approved agenda. Approved minutes from May 3, 2022, BOC meeting. Pledge collateral was review...

 

Senators discuss permanen daylight saving time

We change our clocks twice a year, switching from standard time to daylight saving time and back again, even though we may not like it. This could soon change. The Legislature gave first-round...

 

Bonnie Welke

Bonnie Welke 1945 - 2022 Funeral services for Bonnie Welke, 76, of Ainsworth, formerly of Ewing, were Saturday, March 12, at the United Methodist-Presbyterian Church in Ewing. Pastor Janene Reynolds...

 
 By Terri Hahn    Lifestyle    March 3, 2022

March is perfect for slow cooking

My first Crockpot - a three-quart avocado green model with a non-removable crock - came to me in the early 1980s when a friend who had recently gotten married regifted one of her five new Crockpots... Full story

 

Proceedings Antelope County Board of Commissioners

PROCEEDINGS ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Neligh, Nebraska Feb. 8, 2022 Vice-Chairman opened meeting. Notice of meeting published as required by statute. Approved agenda. Approved minutes from Jan. 4 and Feb.1, 2022, BOC Meeting. Approved...

 

Supervisors set conservation easement hearing

Holt County Supervisors will hold a public hearing, regarding a perpetual conservation easement will be held, Feb. 28, at 1:30 p.m., at the courthouse in O'Neill. Chairman Bill Tielke set the date...

 
 By Sandy Schroth    News    January 27, 2022

Orchard man fined for violating deer hunting regulations

The Honorable Donna Taylor presided over the Antelope County court in the Neligh courtroom last Wednesday, with a light criminal docket. Cases ranged from a hunting violation and driving offenses to...

 

Neligh company receives grants to boost broadband to rural locations

Broadband access for portions of northern Antelope County, including Royal and Orchard, along with Elgin and Oakdale, will be on the horizon, after Midstates Data Transport, dba Stealth Broadband,...

 

Antelope County Board of Commissioners

ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Neligh, Nebraska January 11, 2022 Chairman opened meeting. Notice of meeting published as required by statute. Approved agenda. Approved payroll. Approved vendor claims. GENERAL: JOSEPH ABLER ex 98.00; AFLAC...

 

Enjoy winter color indoors and...

I never get tired of watching birds out my kitchen window. At times, there's a large flutter of blue jays, yet other times, I catch a glimpse of red from Mr. Cardinal. Equally as pretty is Mrs....

 

These 'soupy taters' are from Sparks, not the South

One of my family's favorite "comfort food" recipes most likely won't be in any of your cookbooks. For what it's worth, it isn't in any of mine either. It's a dish affectionately called "soupy taters,"... Full story

 

When it comes to fall fruit, pears often take a back seat to apples

Pairing pears - Pears are good in salads, where they partner well with greens, especially the bitter ones, and be sure toss in a few nuts and goat cheese for creaminess. Try slices of pear with... Full story

 

Zucchini: The garden gift that keeps on giving

Anyone who has grown zucchini in Nebraska knows that a little planting goes a long way. Zucchini jokes abound and there is even a National Sneak Some Zucchini Onto Your Neighbor's Porch Day (more... Full story

 

The veggies that keep on giving

It's that time of year where you attend to your garden, harvest a couple zucchini and decide some of the others need more time to grow. So, you leave them on the plant. You come back to the garden...

 

Beef symposium planned in Albion

Local cattle producers are invited to attend the Nebraska Cow Symposium, Aug. 24, at the Boone County Fairgrounds, 11th and West Fairview streets, in Albion. The event, sponsored by Nebraska Extension and Elanco, will include industry and university...

 
 By Terri Hahn    Lifestyle    July 22, 2021

Salute The Kernel

Salute the kernel This is a perfect time to enjoy delicious Nebraska-grown sweet corn. It’s not only tasty, but nutritious. Did you know that corn is a great source of fiber, potassium, folate and vitamin A? Not only that, an ear of corn only... Full story

 
 By Terri Hahn    Lifestyle    July 8, 2021

'Wrap up' a quick summer meal

Who doesn’t like a sandwich? That perfect, easy to eat, quick meal on the go. Just slap some meat, a slice of cheese or two, a bit of lettuce and tomato, and your condiment of choice between a... Full story

 
 By Brittany Spieker    News    July 1, 2021

Rooting for neighbors in need

BRITTANY SPIEKER Food, nutrition and health extension educator The most recent Feeding America data indicates Antelope County has 780 individuals that are food insecure. Food insecurity is not having...

 

Grazing tour locations announced

The 2021 Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition–Nebraska Extension jointly-sponsored summer grazing tour is planned June 15. The 2021 tour will feature two Nebraska ranches that manage different grazing resources, including intensively managed cool...

 

Proceedings Antelope County Board of

PROCEEDINGS - ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Neligh, Nebraska April 6, 2021 Chairman opened meeting. Notice of meeting published as required by statute. Approved Agenda. Approved minutes of the March 9, 2021 BOC Meeting. Correspondence was...

 

Proceedings Summerland Public School Board of Education

PROCEEDINGS SUMMERLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION March 16, 2021 Summerland Public School Board of Education held a regular meeting, Tuesday, March 16, at the Summerland - Orchard site. President Ed Nordby called the meeting, which was...

 

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