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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 Marvin Morsbach of Neligh High Priest Sunday: Church School, 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service, 10:30 a.m. Communion Service: First...  Website

 

Nebraska Extension announces 4-H month plans

Antelope County 4-H members are invited to celebrate Nebraska 4-H month. From Feb. 22 through Feb. 26, members are invited to connect via the Nebraska Extension - Antelope County 4-H Facebook page and use the hashtag, #AntCo4H on posts. “Share a...

 

Emergency director provides update to county supervisors

Holt County emergency manager, Deb Hilker, provided supervisors with an update about the vaccination process during the board's Jan. 29 meeting at the Holt Count Courthouse. Vaccines developed by...

 

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I’m guilty ... and I imagine you are, too. I’m guilty of spending dollars outside the community, sharing my wealth with box stores and high-dollar chains, instead of investing in mom and pop...

 

UNL awards degrees

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln awarded diplomas during a virtual graduation ceremony, held Dec. 19. The 1,382 graduates are from 42 countries, 36 states and the District of Columbia and more than 150 Nebraska communities. All 2020 graduates will...

 

Senator outlines bills introduced this session

In early December, the former chair of the executive board, along with chairs of standing committees, sent an email to senators suggesting they limit the number of bills introduced. This would assist...

 

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If I asked you to name four movies that define your teenage years, what would be your response? In the past two weeks, I’ve seen social media posts asking individuals to select four films they...

 

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One photo of my parents captures them in their zone. It’s their wedding anniversary and they’re waltzing. Both are looking directly at the camera, still smiling after 40 years of wedded bliss....

 

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...

 

Hindsight is 2020

If 2020 vision existed, the past year may have turned out differently. Or, maybe we needed this year to define our strengths and guide us toward a revision of what we deem as normal. The year 2020 cau...

 

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...

 

-Isms: Views on life in rural America

“I need a sign to let me know you’re here. All of these lines are being crossed over the atmosphere...” That song lyric, from “Calling All Angels,” by Train, kept replaying in my mind...

 

Stuart man sentenced to jail for meth possession

Kyle L. Boettcher, 31, of Stuart faced the Honorable Kale Burdick in the Holt Count courtroom in O’Neill last Tuesday, Dec. 15, for a hearing on four counts, Count I, possession of a controlled...

 

Holiday tourney bracket released

Summerland will host its annual holiday tournament, Monday, Dec. 28 and Tuesday, Dec. 29. In addition to the Bobcats, Tri County Northeast, CWC and Walthill will compete. Games are slated to tipoff...

 

Result of Holt County high speed chase is jail

Dennis J. Nekolite, 30, of O’Neill appeared before the Honorable Kale Burdick in the Holt County courtroom Tuesday, Dec. 1. Nekolite faced Burdick for sentencing on two Class 1 misdemeanors, Count...

 

Page pancake event canceled

Page Christan Men’s annual pancake and sausage supper has been canceled, due to COVID-19 health regulations. Sausage will be available, Saturday, Dec. 5, for a free-will donation and may be picked...

 

Share Christmas wish lists with Santa

Clearwater, Ewing, Orchard, Royal and Page children wanting to share Christmas wish lists with Santa have an opportunity to do so. Ewing information technology application classes are acting as...

 

Mail-in ballot option a popular choice

The voters of Holt County have spoken by casting ballots in the 2020 general election. Important local races, combined with a battle for the White House, brought 78.6% of the county's registered...

 

Fate of KXL appeal in hands of board of adjustment

A decision on an appeal regarding TC Energy's application for a pipeline construction permit in Holt County will wait a little longer. Following nearly 3 and one-half hours of testimony by 60 individu...

 
 By Mark Mahoney    News    November 5, 2020

County officials discuss security improvements

Antelope County is looking into improving courthouse security to better protect its employees. County treasurer Deb Branstiter spoke to the board of commissioners Tuesday, Oct. 13, about purchasing...

 

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What is the difference between news and opinion? This, friends, is the question of the week. In last week's issue, I explained how SAM began a partnership with Trusting News, a project of the...

 

Military veterans: grow with agriculture

For those who have served in the military, agriculture can be a rewarding next move. Veterans who have gotten involved with farming after retiring from the military have found possibilities they...

 
 By Mark Mahoney    News    October 29, 2020

Through the storm and the rain ... I'm a survivor

Misty Nilson is of the opinion that women should take their breast cancer screenings seriously, especially if they have a family history of the disease. The 54-year-old Ewing woman has been free of...

 

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A common conversation at our house focuses on the difference between fact and opinion. I’m positive Scott knows the first words I’ll say when we discuss news or politics: Have you fact-checked...

 

Early voting continues through Monday

Holt and Antelope county residents who want to request ballots in person to vote early, must do so by 5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 2, at either county clerk’s office in O’Neill or Neligh, respectively. All ballots for early voting must be returned to the...

 

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