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Cabin available for year-round rental at Grove Lake
Grove Lake is a spot people enjoy visiting for outdoor sporting activities and a new addition to the Grove Lake Bait Shop has made the site more appealing.Randy Erb, owner of the bait shop, added a cabin available to rent.“It’s been in the plans for years, but I never had time to get it done,” said
Proceedings Antelope County Board of Commissioners
ACN, ex, 9.32; Ant. Co. Sheriff, ex, 103.50; Ant. Co. Treas., ex, 600,000.00; Applied Conn., ex, 400.00; Luann Bartos, mlg, 45.22; Beckman Lbr., ex, 2,700.00; Bomgaars, ex, 522.20; Black Hills, ut, 35.70; Boyd’s Elec., ex, 1,351.34; Casey’s, ex, 870.70; Cash-WA, ex, 4,959.25; Neligh City, ut, 2,715.
Story hour planned in Ewing
The event will conclude around 11 a.m., according to librarian, Idella Tuttle.
Unified board asked to consider consolidation, with schools at each site
Could the future of Nebraska Unified District #1 include consolidation, with each site maintaining a school?The idea was introduced during a July 16 Unified Board of Education meeting, held in Orchard.With discussion about reunification agreement renewal underway, now is a good time to consider all
Notice of Renewal of Retail Liquor License DW's Pub
NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSEDW’s PUBNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to Section 53-135.01, liquor license may be automatically renewed for one year from November 1, 2018 for the following liquor licensee, to wit:
Many Northern neighbors understand 15th Avenue request
With the development of an on-campus football stadium for Northern State University south of the Barnett Center, vacating about a block and a half of 15th Avenue Southeast is something Mayor Mike Levsen believes needs to be done.If not now, eventually.“If by some stretch of the imagination it wouldn
In seeking closure of 15th, Northern envisions cohesive sports complex
If Northern State University gets its way, it will wind up with a regional sports complex that spans three city blocks and houses the majority of the school's athletic teams.But a vital part of the plan will need city approval , because Northern wants about a block and a half of 15th Avenue Southeas
Badlands Pawn back on the market for $12.9 million
SOIUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The Badlands Pawn complex is back on the market in Sioux Falls.The asking price for the property owned by Dollar Loan Center mogul Chuck Brennann is $12.9 million. Lead broker Dennis Breske, of NAI Sioux Falls, says selling the property is one of the most interesting challen
Area tournament bracket for Class C-1 Legion Seniors released
As number one seed, the Neligh Senior team has a bye for the first day of tournament play tomorrow, Friday, July 20.For first-day game play, Atkinson, ranking in as third seed, will play six seeded Plainview at 1 p.m. in game three. In game four, second seed Creighton will take on Osmond, ranked sev
Neligh Independent Living contract remains on hold
The redevelopment agreement amendment with the Meuret family of Brunswick and Neligh Independent Living was again addressed at the Neligh City Council meeting, Tuesday, July 10.At last month’s meeting, owner Pat Meuret said the original paving assessment for the approved tax increment financing proj
Leadership Knox County Class Meets In Creighton
Leadership Knox County class members were welcomed to Creighton by the city’s economic development director, Kylee Wilmes, when the class met at Avera Creighton Care Centre on July 12.
Badlands Pawn, listed for $12.9M, includes it all: 350-square-foot TV, kitchen, gun range
It's an entertainment venue, radio station, gun range, kitchen, offices, store and vault. There's so much to the Badlands Pawn building, the biggest question of all isn't what's inside. It's this: What do you do with Badlands Pawn?
Approved Bills City of Neligh
Amazon, 321.20; American Library, 315.00; A. Dexter, 68.63; Antelope Country Club, 60.42; A.C. Clerk, 10.00; A.C. Sheriff, 900.00; A.C. Treasurer, 25.00; AMH, 550.00; Applied Connective, 187.50; Aurora Coop, 285.00; Baird Holm, 280.50; Big Red Motorsports, 6,025.00; Black Hills, 1,580.15; Blackburn,
Board Reviews Thompson’s First Year At Helm Of School
Robert Crockett from Crockett Insurance Services in Creighton presented information on the district’s liability and property coverage. He handed out declaration pages for each policy, with current premium amounts, noting renewal premiums had not been calculated.
A new Native-led strategy for fighting Keystone XL - NationofChange
Image Credit: Alex MatzkeNELIGH, NEB. – Ponca tribal activists Casey Camp-Horinek and Larry Wright Jr. sit beside Nebraska farmers Art and Helen Tanderup at a folding table on open farmland. Nearly 100 people, including landowners, candidates for the state Public Service Commission and members of su
Annual butterfly festival is Saturday, July 21
Oahe Downstream Recreation Area north of Fort Pierre will host the 4th Annual “Little Wings on the Prairie” Butterfly Festival on Saturday, July 21 from 9:00 am until noon, according to a news release. The free event will take place at the Prairie Butterfly Garden near the park’s Welcome Center. The
Aquatic center closed for remainder of Wednesday
Due to weather, the Aberdeen Aquatic Center is closed for the day.Scheduled swimming lessons have also been canceled, according to a news release from the Aquatic Center.Normal weekly hours are 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.— Staff reports
Tornado watch issued for area counties
The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla., has issued tornado watch #280, which includes portions of north central and northeastern Nebraska.Antelope, Boyd, Brown, Garfield, Holt, Keya Paha, Knox, Pierce, Rock and Wheeler counties are included in the watch, which is in ef
Proceedings Neligh Oakdale Board of Education
Notice of the regular board meeting of July 9, 2018 were posted in the Neligh and Oakdale Post Offices and at the main entrances of the school, per board policy 204.07, on July 4, 2018.
Conflicts arise during council meeting
Knowledge is power and during a recent Neligh City Council meeting, those in attendance heard twice, that an individual was more knowledgeable regarding a topic than another.As Neligh resident Bob Wanek addressed the board with concerns of truck traffic along Wylie Drive, Council President Ted Hughe