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Nebraska officials travel to Japan for trade mission

This week, Governor Pete Ricketts is leading a trade mission to Japan to promote Nebraska's quality ag products and to pitch Nebraska as a top destination for international investment. The governor an...

 

Supervisors approve updated zoning regulations, send solar proposals back to planning committee

After sifting line by line through proposed zoning regulations, Holt County Supervisors approved changes for regulations regarding pipelines, carbon pipelines and wind energy. Proposed regulations...

 

Holt County Supervisors table decision on proposed zoning regulations

A decision on proposed planning and zoning regulations in Holt County will wait until at least Nov. 16. That's the next time county supervisors will meet in regular session, at 9:45 a.m., at the...

 

Open Letter to the Holt County Supervisors

First of all, thank you for giving me the opportunity to address your group about the proposed planning commission changes. I thought we had killed this a while back and would not hear from the commission until they had a complete plan that had been...

 

Supervisors to consider solar, wind and carbon pipeline regulations

Proposed zoning regulations for solar, wind energy and carbon pipeline development will be discussed during a public hearing, Monday, Oct. 31, at the Holt County Courthouse in O'Neill. The hearing is...

 

Commissioner expresses safety concerns about proposed carbon pipeline

Antelope County Commissioners listened to updates about the proposed Midwest Carbon Express pipeline, Sept. 13, during the board's regular monthly meeting. Derrick Montgomery was scheduled to present...

 

Relief for American ag producers

REP. ADRIAN SMITH The importance of a strong agriculture economy to the state of Nebraska and our entire nation cannot be overstated. Often overlooked in policy conversations, products supplied by farmers and ranchers are fundamental to fueling our l...

 
 By Erin Schwager    News    June 9, 2022

Community participation, entrepreneurship define Thramer family

For years, Alex and Joyce Thramer were well-known throughout the area for the Two Rivers Steakhouse, Thramer Irrigation, Summerland Golf Course and their participation in the community. The couple was...

 
 By Erin Schwager    News    June 2, 2022

Pipeline personel answer landowner questions

Summit Carbon Solutions representatives met with area landowners, May 18, in the former Orchard School building, to answer questions about a potential carbon dioxide pipeline slated for construction i...

 
 By Sandy Schroth    News    May 19, 2022

Mississippi man bags costly turkey in Holt County

William H. Allen, 71, of Clarksdale, Mississippi, filed a waiver of appearance in Holt County court last week for shooting a turkey that was on private property, from the roadway, an offense that...

 
 By Sandy Schroth    News    May 12, 2022

Judge reinstates $100,000 bond for O'Neill man

Tyler C. Bain, 39, of O’Neill appeared in front of the Honorable Kale Burdick in the Holt County courtroom in O’Neill on Tuesday, May 3, for bond hearings in two county court cases. Bain was repre...

 
 By Sandy Schroth    News    May 12, 2022

Former O'Neill resident sentenced to 50 months in prison

Campbell was represented by Ronald Temple of Norfolk. Crystal J. Diedrich, 35, of Grand Island, waived her right to counsel, pleaded no contest and was found guilty of a Class 3 misdemeanor, operating...

 
 By LuAnn Schindler    News    March 24, 2022

Holt County supervisors deny planning and zoning moratorium

After existing for 42 years, Holt County's comprehensive plan will be updated. But, a proposed 18-month moratorium on industrial pipelines, wind and solar power, will not be in effect while updates ta...

 

Antelope, Holt county officials hear details about proposed carbon pipeline

Details about a proposed pipeline that would push carbon dioxide from ethanol plants in Nebraska and surrounding states to North Dakota were presented to county officials during December meetings in...

 

Commissioners approve redistricting map

Antelope County Commissioners approved redistricting plans, Tuesday, although a final map, with township boundaries and village overlays will not be available until Dec. 17. Commissioners listened to...

 

Former state senator, rural champion dies

Merton L. "Cap" Dierks spent years serving as an advocate for agriculture and rural Nebraska issues, including education, wind energy development and the right to life. The longtime Ewing resident...

 

Revenue committee prepares income tax, sales tax packages of bills

GRACE GORENFLO Nebraska News Service Nearly 100 tax-related bills have been introduced this legislative session, with topics ranging from selling alcohol at farmers markets to excluding retired military from state income tax. Chair of the Revenue...

 

KXL pipeline project scrapped

After nearly 13 years of debate, impact studies, hearings and executive orders, a proposed pipeline route criss-crossing Holt and Antelope counties will not be constructed. In one of his first...

 

Ricketts announces new business grants for coronavirus relief

Governor Pete Ricketts announced Tuesday, new grant programs to continue growing Nebraska in the midst of the disruptions of the coronavirus pandemic. As part of the Coronavirus Relief Fund, the State of Nebraska received $1.084 billion in federal as...

 

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