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Nebraska Extension offering landlord-tenant lease workshops

Nebraska Extension will offer Landlord-Tenant Lease Workshops in Kimball, Alliance and Bridgeport, to help landlords and tenants develop leases that are right for both parties while maintaining positive farm leasing relations. Meeting and registration details: Kimball, Jan. 29 at 6:30 p.m. at the K

STAR-HERALD - 2018-01-21 07:00:00

Coop CEO pushes transparency for shareholders

GERING - Panhandle Coop Association President and CEO Charlie Wright told a story Wednesday evening at the Gering Civic Center about working with his father's oil drilling business starting from when he was five-years-old. It was dirty, difficult work. However, in the mid-1970s, his father sold the

STAR-HERALD - 2018-01-21 07:15:00

PHOTOS: Twin City Swimming Invite

There was no place like home for the Scottsbluff/Gering swimming and diving teams during the annual Twin City Invitational held Friday and Saturday at the Splash Arena in Scottsbluff. The Seacats piled up 12 first-place finishes to the delight of Scottsbluff/Gering head coach Mike Hayhurst. "It was

STAR-HERALD - 2018-01-21 02:41:00

AHS Alum Returns To 'Cerv' The Community

ALLIANCE - Robert and Mary Cerv moved their family from Lincoln to Alliance in 1985 following his job on the railroad. When their son Robbie was seven years old he began taking piano lessons. Learning from teachers Linda Vollweiler and Lu Ochsner here in Alliance and then David Pritchard in Scottsbl

ALLIANCETIMES.COM - 2018-01-19 23:58:00

Local woman trying to revive Toastmasters

SCOTTSBLUFF - A local woman is hoping to bring back the art of public speaking to the Scottsbluff area by reviving the local Toastmasters International club. Pattie Koop, who recently moved to Scottsbluff, was a member of the Denver club for 15 years and wants to restart the club. "It's good for peo


Red Kettle Campaign has successful Christmas

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STAR-HERALD - 2018-01-20 03:30:00

From paper to buildings, Questers seek to preserve history

This needle box is one of the unique items stored at the Legacy of the Plains Museum in Gering. It is one item that Sandra Strey, president, Nebraska Questers, likes to show off because it is in excellent condition and nearly intact as it was when the needles were sold. This needles display box allo


Scottsbluff will conduct national search for fire chief

SCOTTSBLUFF - The City of Scottsbluff has set a timeline of at least six months to search for a new fire chief. Scottsbluff City Manager Nathan Johnson outlined the timeline during a meeting of the Scottsbluff Civil Service Commission Tuesday. The three-member board is tasked with overseeing the hir


Great Northern Conference: Mosinee vs. Rhinelander boys

Buy Photo Rhinelander's Markus Johnson(3), right, fights for the ball with Mosinee's Adam Moucha(55) while his teammate Owen White(22) looks on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, during the Great Northern Conference boys basketball game at Mosinee High School in Mosinee, Wisc. T'xer Zhon Kha/USA TODAY NETWORK-

WAUSAU DAILY HERALD - 2018-01-21 02:38:00

Motion to dismiss denied for alleged shooter of 'Weasel's' owner

Edwin D. Hughes exits the Oneida County Circuit Court Branch I courtroom Thursday following a motion hearing. Hughes is scheduled to stand trial Monday on charges related to the shooting of the owner of Weasel's Exotic Entertainment club in Three Lakes almost seven years ago. Photo by Kevin Boneske


Eagle River ice castle is a one-of-a-kind experience in Wisconsin this winter

Thousands of visitors toured the ice castles in Wisconsin Dells last year. This year, you'll have to go a bit farther to find a castle built of ice. Ice Castles, the company that created last year's Dells castle, rents space to build ice castles all over the world - though not, this year, in Wiscons


Public safety: Man arrested for sexual assault

At 10:35 a.m. Monday, police arrested a 27-year-old Marshfield man on suspicion of fourth-degree sexual assault after a woman reported he touched her without her consent. At 7:23 a.m. Tuesday, a caller reported a vehicle in a ditch in the 9500 block of South Washington Avenue. At 8:51 a.m. Tues


Butler steps in as Merrill area conservation warden

As of Jan. 9, Curt Butler has stepped in as the most recent DNR Conservation Warden assigned to southern Lincoln County. An Oshkosh native, Butler comes to the Merrill area after completing a year of initial training in his new role. Following graduation from UW-Stevens Point's Natural Resources-L


One Way Collision, Brickners set sights on joint venture

This spring, two long-time local entrepreneurs will come together for the sake of a common goal; expanding their respective businesses and in turn, raise the bar on the services they offer to the community. One Way Collision Center owners Bob and Jane Dehnel and Brickner's Park City owners Jim and


Two Vilas County deputies hired as Rhinelander officers

Two officer vacancies on the Rhinelander Police Department are being filled by Vilas County sheriff's deputies who are also brothers. Rhinelander's Police and Fire Commission decided Monday to hire Tyler and Logan Pontbriand, said police department administrative assistant Ashlea Olson. Olson said t


Physical therapist joins Aspirus Therapy in Prentice

Kayla Schindler, DPT, is now seeing patients at Aspirus Therapy in Prentice. A physical therapist since 2012, she enjoys helping people improve their physical skills and return to the activities they love following illness, injury or surgery. "I take great satisfaction in helping my patients return


2 Minneapolis men die in crash in western Wisconsin

Two men from the Twin Cities were killed and another was seriously injured in a rollover crash in western Wisconsin early Saturday, authorities said. Officers responding to a report of an accident on County Road E in Baldwin Township around 5 a.m. found an overturned pickup truck in the ditch. Polic

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2018-01-20 23:52:00

Missing Edina woman's boyfriend charged with kidnapping; suspected of killing her, burning body

Cristina Prodan, 27, of Edina, is believed to have been killed by her boyfriend, Joseph Porter, and her body burned in a shipping container in New Orleans. (Courtesy of crimewatchers.net) An Arkansas man was charged Friday with kidnapping his Edina girlfriend and is suspected of killing her and burn

PIONEER PRESS - 2018-01-20 03:36:12

New reading series launches this week in literary events

STEVE ATKINSON: Minnesotan presents "In Liberating Strife: A Memoir of the Vietnam Years," his two-volume memoir of personal encounters with love and war during his years in college and in the Army. The two books incorporate nearly 400 illustrations, including numerous color photos taken by the auth

PIONEER PRESS - 2018-01-21 14:30:27

The Vikings will beat the Eagles in the NFC Championship Game if ...

If Carson Wentz were healthy, trying to beat the Eagles at home would be a much taller task. But with him out, the Vikings have the QB advantage. If Case Keenum can get enough time to throw and avoid making the big mistake, the Vikings will return home to play in the Super Bowl. Prediction: Vikings

MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE - 2018-01-21 02:38:00