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Church Services

St. Teresa’S Catholic Church Clearwater, NE Fr. John Norman, Pastor Sunday: Mass, 10 a.m. Community of Christ Church Clearwater, NE Contact Earleen Jensen at 402-893-2095 or 402-929-3471 Sunday: Church School, 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service, 10:30...  Website

 

Community Events Calendar

Submit an Event Thursday, November 11 Veterans Day Program Summerland Public School, 10:30 a.m. Harvest Dinner Page United Methodist Church, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. JH Wrestling Summerland JH wrestling, O'Neill triangular, 5 p.m. Friday, November 12 FFA... Full story

 

Got chocolate? We've got Christmas cookies!

Last year I wrote a Christmas cookie article featuring some of my favorite holiday cookies I've made over the years. If you tried any of the recipes I hope you enjoyed them. This year I'm sharing... Full story

 

Women gather in Page for annual salad supper

Joyful fellowship. The two terms combine to set the ambiance for a longstanding Page tradition, the yearly women's salad supper. This year's supper, celebrated Dec. 1, at the Page United Methodist...

 

Winter storm warning in effect until midnight

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for much of northern and northeast Nebraska, including the Summerland region. The warning remains in effect until midnight. Four to...

 

Napier claims football contest prize

Josh Napier, of Ewing, won the Husker football prediction contest for the Huskers Nov. 26 game against the Hawkeyes. He selected Iowa to defeat Nebraska, 27-21. The final score was 28-21. "Hoping...

 

Holiday season? There's an 'app' for that

I don't know about you, but I missed holiday parties last year. And even though it's still smart to be careful, getting together with family and friends is something we all treasure. Holiday... Full story

 

-Isms: Views on life in rural America

When my writing career started more than 30 years ago, I spent months establishing a freelance career. After long days of teaching and coaching, I stayed up late at night, crafting query letters and...

 

Bobcat class teaches broadcasting skills

Sitting at a desk in front of a green screen, Emma Funk double-checks copy on a teleprompter. Next to her, Adrian Mejia-Mon adjusts a microphone. Then, Logan Eacker signals the countdown and presses...

 

O'Neill man wins football contest

Mike Petersen, of O’Neill, won the Husker football prediction contest. He selected Purdue to upend Nebraska, 28-24. The final score was 28-23. The tenth week of pigskin predictions will open Friday, Nov. 5, on the Advocate-Messenger Facebook page....

 

Hamilton wins football contest

Jolene Hamilton, of Orchard, claims the week eight Husker football prediction contest. It’s her second win of the season. Hamilton predicted Minnesota to down the Huskers, 32-21. over Nebraska. She is the only contestant to pick the Gophers to...

 

SAM publisher honored by Nebrska Press Women

The publisher of one of the state's newest weekly newspapers has been named the Nebraska Press Women Communicator of Achievement, according to Ruth Brown, NPW COA director. LuAnn Schindler, who publis...

 

Community newspapers maintain relevance

When it comes to saving local newspapers, the solutions won't be found in web metrics, ad rates or shrinking news holes. The solution, seemingly simple yet terrifying complicated, is for newspapers...

 

Kester wins football contest

Duane Kester, of Clearwater, claims the week six Husker football prediction contest. Kester predicted Nebraska to have a “breakout game” and predicted a 42-10 final score. He was 17 points off the final score, 56-7. To enter the weekly contest,...

 

Holt County residents sentenced

Danial R. Frickel, 26, of Atkinson appeared in front of the Honorable Kale Burdick in the Holt County courtroom in O’Neill on Sept. 21 on a charge of driving under the influence, first offense, a...

 

Napier predicts Husker score

Josh Napier, of Ewing, claims the week five Husker football prediction contest. Napier predicted Michigan State to prevail, 21-20. He was two points off the final score, as the Spartans relied on a field goal, in overtime, to down Nebraska. To enter...

 

Dieterman wins football contest

Sarah Dieterman, of Norfolk, claims the week four Husker football prediction contest. Dieterman was nine points off the final score, predicting a 31-17 Sooner victory. To enter the weekly contest, visit the SAM Facebook page on Fridays. The...

 

Frank wins football contest

Janet Frank, of Verdigre, offered the closest guess to the final score of the Huskers vs. Buffalo football game, winning the week three contest. To enter the weekly contest, visit the SAM Facebook page on Fridays. The individual selecting the...

 

Vehicle thefts reported in Holt counties

Several residents have reported stolen vehicles in the past 10 days. On Aug. 24, following contact with the Hastings Police Department, Holt County Sheriff’s Department investigated a report of a Jeep reported stolen from a rural residence in...

 

Meyer, Ofe crowned contest winners

Two individuals will receive a cash prize from the Advocate-Messenger, in addition to a gift certificate to Sly’s Family Bar and Grill, in Neligh after predicting scores in the first two Husker...

 

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...

 

Fun for all ages planned for Page Community Day

A full slate of activities is on tap, with events for all ages, during Page Community Day, Aug. 28. The Frederick Cronk Memorial Trap Shoot will begin at 9 a.m. Signs will be posted, directing...

 

Page residents express county road concerns

Concerns from landowners about the speed of traffic, traveling on a three-mile stretch of 868 Road, north of Page, were brought to the attention of Holt County supervisors during Monday's meeting in O...

 

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

 
 By Faith King    News    August 5, 2021

Holt County Fair features 4-H exhibits, top entertainment

Nearly a year after many 4-H youths were not able to compete in event due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Holt County Fair is returning with a bigger and better schedule, according to fair officials....

 

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