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Highway 30 set to open Saturday
After delays due to cold, wet weather, U.S. Highway 30 between Hershey and Sutherland is expected to open by Saturday morning.
William Baker, 55, Ogallala
William Baker, 55, of Ogallala passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018 at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.
Hughes excited for new legislative term
Hughes, of Venango, won the Nebraska Legislature seat for the 44th District, against opponent Stephanie L. Malcolm, of Palisade, with 77 percent of the votes in the 10-county district.
Your service is, was and will be needed
Veterans were honored across the nation and right here at home at programs at Perkins County Schools on Friday and Golden Ours Convalescent Home on Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11.
Connect Briefs, Nov. 14
The public is invited to a special Family Story Time from 5:30 to 6 p.m. on Monday at the Wilson Public Library, 910 Meridian Ave. First, attendees will listen to the story “Run, Turkey, Run,” then, children can race through an obstacle course to escape the farmer like the turkeys in the story. The
Rascal to play at Espresso Shop
Rascal currently tours year round throughout the Midwest, with stops in Nashville, Chicago, Los Angeles and Denver.
Vaccine clinic scheduled in Ogallala
Children with no insurance, under-insured, Medicaid, Native American or Native Alaskan qualify for the state-funded vaccine.
PCHS addresses appropriate antibiotic use
Antibiotic Awareness Week is Nov. 12-18. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s educational effort, Be Antibiotics Aware: Smart Use, Best Care, is the year-round effort to improve antibiotic prescribing and use and combat antibiotic resistance.
Federal judge blocks construction of Keystone XL Pipeline in Montana
In March 2017, President Donald Trump's administration issued a permit approving construction of the pipeline, reversing the Obama administration's decision to block the controversial project.
Lady Raiders Strive for Consistency
Although the girls did not qualify for the state tournament, overall the year was a success for the program, highlighted by big wins, some disappointing losses, and 26-and-9 overall record.
JOeS Bucks SOLD OUT!
Beginning with a campaign of with $105,000 on Saturday morning, the Julesburg/Sedgwick County Chamber of Commerce announced today that they are completely sold out of JOeS Bucks. The Buck sold out in just four days. The last of the bucks were sold just before 5 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon.
Dividing county into five commissioner districts
Lincoln County would be divided into four quadrants, plus part of North Platte, to create five commissioner districts, under a concept discussed at length Tuesday.
Merino, Peetz advance in playoffs - South Platte Sentinel
The team game out strong score 8 points in the first quarter. Holly founding its feet in the second quarter, scoring 14 points, but the Rams answered with 14 points of their own. In the third quarter the Rams notched up another 6 points, while the Rams scored 8. Holly was unable to make a move in th
Grass fire burns over fifty acres in field
Fire Chief Frank Kramer with the Stapleton Fire Department says the call came in at 12:23p.m. and Stapleton, North Platte, Hershey, Sutherland and Maxwell Fire Departments were all paged out to Highway 83 and mile marker 96 in Stapleton.
NSAA volleyball district results Nov. 3
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (KNOP)-The results for the NSAA district games for local teams:#1 Elkhorn South 3 def. #16 North Platte 0#4 Bishop Neumann 3 def. #13 Ogallala 0#9 St. Pat's 3 def. #8 Lutheran High North East 1#2 BDS 3 def. #15 Maywood-Hayes Center 0#3 Mullen 3 def. #14 Crawford 0#8 Battle Creek v
Developing a Grain Marketing Plan Workshop Nov. 15 in Chappell
CHAPPELL - A free grain marketing workshop will be held Thursday, Nov. 15, at Deuel County Extension Office in Chappell, beginning at 1 p.m. and ending at 3:30 p.m.
Terry L. Cerny, 69, Arthur
Terry L. Cerny, 69, of Arthur died on Saturday, Nov. 3, 2018 at his son’s home in Greeley, Colo.
NRD race could see recount
When combined with Tuesday night’s unofficial results from Arthur County, Brown had 5,892 votes to 5,812 for Schaffer, with 72 ballots for various write-in candidates. Canvass results from Arthur County, Nebraska’s smallest by population, were unavailable late Thursday afternoon.
Sheriff pursues grant to find and destroy illegal marijuana
It’s been six years since Colorado voters passed Amendment 64, allowing of‑age residents to buy, sell and grow recreational marijuana.
Hutt memorial given to GVFD
A memorial in the name of Rodney H. Hutt was presented to the Grant Volunteer Fire Department at the Nov. 5 business meeting by the family of Rodney Hutt.Hutt’s memorial will be used to purchase upgraded communication equipment for the Grant Fire Department.The name of Rodney H. Hutt will be engrave