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Potential suspect identified after theft from Independence cemetery

The Independence Police have finally gotten a break in a month-old cemetery vandalism case. A potential suspect has been identified. Police said a groundskeeper snapped a photo of the reported suspect on October 28. They say the man stole a bronze plaque off of a veteran's grave at the historic Mt.


FBI search for suspect in Independence attempted robbery of bank - KCTV5

The FBI are searching a male suspect who tried to rob an Independence bank on Friday afternoon. At about 1:30 p.m., police were called to the Arvest Bank at 4340 Noland Rd. on an attempted robbery. The suspect was described as 6' tall wearing a mask and gloves, dark hoodie and printed bandana. Acco

KCTV 5 - 2017-11-25 02:35:00

Platte County's Clarkson, Smith earn top Suburban Blue all-conference honors

The Suburban Blue Conference coaches selected their all-conference football teams. Coach of the year: Josh Gray, Kearney Offensive player of the year: Tanner Clarkson, Platte County. sr. Defensive player of the year: Michael Smith, Platte County, sr.FIRST TEAM QB: Tanner Clarkson, Platte County, sr


All-girls team hopes to be the first to win Battle of the Brains

LIBERTY, Mo. -- As the push to get more girls excited about STEM careers continues, a local team is hoping a competition could help. The Liberty North SWENext (Society of Women Engineers) team beat out 800 other teams to become a top-20 finalist in the Burns & McDonnell Battle of the Brains Compet

KSHB.COM - 2017-11-24 12:59:39

Holiday experiences change through the years, but a few things always remain

Christmas as a child and Christmas as a college student. Christmas as a singleton, as half of a dating couple, and as a newly married. Christmas as a new parent and Christmas as a tightly budgeted parent of three. Each of these experiences on my holiday resume had many common denominators but they e

KANSAS CITY STAR - 2017-11-24 20:40:00

Black Friday's early this year so we have more days to shop - but many get a jump

Black Friday lives, but the draw isn't the big deal it once was for many shoppers and the calendar makes that especially true in 2017. Pamela Washington missed the door busters and that exciting push through newly unlocked doors this year. She'd traveled from Texas to visit relatives in the Kansas C

KANSAS CITY STAR - 2017-11-24 17:39:00

Shoppers wait outside on Thanksgiving morning in quest for deals - KCTV5

Tonight, one of the biggest shopping days of the year starts. Some people are skipping the traditional Thanksgiving meal, choosing instead to brave the crowds and weather in an attempt to score a deal. This morning in the Northland near Zona Rosa, there was already a line at Best Buy. There was even

KCTV 5 - 2017-11-23 20:36:00

$800 bronze plaque stolen from veteran's headstone in Independen - KCTV5

It is a crime causing a lot of outrage after someone stole an $800 bronze plaque from a veteran's headstone at an Independence cemetery. But, that was not the only grave vandalized. Several plots across the 3,000-acre cemetery are missing plaques and vases that are worth hundreds of dollars. "It mad


Book and CD Hut a home for Somerset's role-playing game enthusiasts

A group of tabletop gamers participates in a game of Starfinder at Book and CD Hut in Somerset. The RPG (role-playing game) community has been put in the spotlight recently because of "Stranger Things" on Netflix, but its popularity extends well beyond that series.Chris Harris One might think to cre

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 20:37:00

Area middle school boys participate in G2-TECS at Somerset Community College

Students from North Laurel Middle School recently participated in the Guys Geared Up for Technology, Engineering, Computers and Science (G2-TECS), at Somerset Community College. G2-TECS was created as a way to encourage male students to consider mathematics-oriented and science-oriented careers, to

SENTINEL-ECHO.COM - 2017-11-24 14:55:00

NTSB releases preliminary report on fatal Barren County plane crash

The 1965 Piper PA-32 that crashed Nov. 12 in Barren County, killing all four occupants, descended from about 7,000 feet to 2,800 feet in 30 seconds before losing radar contact in the area of the crash site. A National Transportation Safety Board preliminary accident report released Wednesday showed

BOWLING GREEN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 23:15:00

Keck says he will make another run for mayor of Somerset

It looks a sure thing there will be at least three candidates for mayor of Somerset resulting in a nonpartisan primary election May 22. Already filed are incumbent Mayor Eddie Girdler, seeking a fourth term, and former Somerset Police Chief Douglas Nelson. Alan Keck, general manager of Somerset Recy


Fuel leak closes Ky. 80

A fuel leak shut down part of West Ky. 80 in Nancy on Tuesday evening, diverting traffic and forcing a major cleanup operation with several agencies involved. No injuries were reported in the incident. Special Response Team (SRT) Chief Doug Baker said it took the coordinated effort of local and stat

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 12:45:00

JCPenney offers peek at how store prepares for Black Friday

Up at the North Pole, Santa's elves work tirelessly to get everything in order for the Christmas Eve rush. Down here in the rest of the world, retailers do much the same for Black Friday - which is hardly a Friday-only affair anymore. The local JCPenney store in the Somerset Mall offered the Commonw

COMMONWEALTH JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 12:15:00

Hardwick's murder trial is pushed back to March

The trial of a Somerset man accused of murdering 37-year-old Joshua Oakes has been pushed from December 11 to March. Erik Scott Hardwick, 32, is facing charges of murder, receiving stolen property (firearm), possession of a handgun by convicted felon, tampering with physical, abuse of a corpse and t


Luttrell looks back at his career of helping area farmers

Contributing writer Farmers from across four states lost a good friend this month. But their loss is 11-year-old Conley Matherly's gain. "Pap, when you get retired, there are three things I want us to do more of together. Hunting, fishing and going to the stockyards," says the son of Adam and Hol


NET offers its top holiday picks

Advent Voices," an hour of beautiful music, 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 8."Nebraska Concerts: Come Let Us Adore Him" Abendmusik at First Plymouth, 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10."The Verge Hanukkah Special," 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10. "Friday LIVE: Christmas and Solstice Special," 9 a.m. Friday, Dec. 22."The Big Tiny

GRAND ISLAND INDEPENDENT - 2017-11-24 20:37:00

Beatrice 6 appeal decision could come down in matter of months

The outcome of an appeal by Gage County in the Beatrice 6 case could be known in two or three months. Attorneys for Gage County and the six made arguments before a three-judge panel at the U.S. Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals in November, which will decide whether the original decision will stand. T


NE Cheyenne WY Zone Forecast

NE Cheyenne WY Zone Forecast for Wednesday, November 22, 2017 ----- 809 FPUS55 KCYS 221618 ZFPCYS Zone Forecast for Southeast Wyoming and Western Nebraska Panhandle National Weather Service Cheyenne WY 918 AM MST Wed Nov 22 2017 NEZ019-222315- Scotts Bluff- Including the cities of Scottsbluff and Ge


Giving back to the community

On Thanksgiving Day, volunteers at the Salvation Army in Beatrice gathered to serve meals to nearly 200 members of the community. A full spread of Thanksgiving favorites, including turkeys, stuffing, mashed potatoes and pies, were donated and then cooked by volunteers. The meal usually takes months

BEATRICE DAILY SUN - 2017-11-23 20:53:00