Earlier this fall, landowners within the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District (LENRD) boundaries, had an opportunity to submit applications to expand irrigated acres.
Nebraska Extension and USDA Farm Service Agency in Nebraska are hosting Farm Bill education meetings to assist producers as they begin to make farm-bill related program decisions.
Boyer Chute National Wildlife Refuge has been closed and mostly inaccessible due to flooding since mid-March.
St. Francis Memorial Hospital Foundation has mailed its annual appeal letter in hopes of a good response from area residents.
West Point’s City Council voted to accept the renewal rates for the city’s general liability coverage at last night’s (Tuesday) meeting.
Ground and pound football. Smash-mouth football. Call it what you want. Sutton’s power rushing attack keyed the Mustangs to a 38-28 win over Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur in the Class C2 state football semifinals Friday at Lyons.
Play after play, drive after drive, both teams displayed a ‘refuse to lose’ attitude in an unforgettable game with many magical moments.
Lucas Vogt makes such an impact whenever he steps foot on a football field. There was no denying how much of a difference-maker Vogt was for Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur in their 39-21 win over Wilber-Clatonia during the opening round of the Class C2 state football playoffs Friday evening …
After controlling the first half, Guardian Angels Central Catholic ran into a buzz saw in the second half as it was all BDS over the final two quarters.
Brandon Mitzel made a statement at the Class C boys state cross country meet last Friday at the Kearney Country Club. Mitzel missed out on hardware, but the time that he posted told the story for the Cadet junior.
Cuming County’s Planning Commission (PC) is expected to get a look at the updated rural zoning map when it meets for its Dec. 17 meeting.
Doug Salmen, a 27-year veteran of rural police forces, Monday became Wisner’s new police chief. His selection was approved by a 4-0 vote, ending a search process that involved interviews with several candidates over the last few months.
Those thinking about making a run for a Cuming County Supervisor seat in 2020 now have a little more incentive. The county board, at its regular monthly meeting last Tuesday, agreed to raise the pay for supervisors beginning Jan. 1, 2021.
After a year-long remodeling project, the Wisner City Auditorium will open its new doors to the public on Sunday for the Annual Fire and Rescue Soup Fundraiser.
The Wisner City Council Monday night approved the purchase of a cyber insurance policy to cover possible damage from online attacks. The plan is being added to the city’s existing auto and property insurance policy at a cost of $1,100 per year.
The year was 2014, and a headline on the front page of the October 9 West Point News read: “Zapped! West Point City electric customers hit with 20% rate increase.” That headline, by the way, won first place in the Nebraska Press Association’s 2014 contest for best headline writing.
If everything had gone as planned, this week we would be saying thanks that the 4-lane U.S. 275 expressway from Scribner to West Point was under construction.
Last night (Tuesday) gave me another example to see West Point’s Volunteer Fire Department and Volunteer Rescue Squad in action. Joining them were West Point Police officers and several employees from Franciscan Care Services (FCS).
If you didn’t have the chance to attend one of the first performances of West Point Community Theatre’s “Tons of Money,” do try to take in one of the final two shows.
Attendance at Monday’s Veterans Day program in West Point exceeded expectations after the area woke up to a couple inches of snow and slick streets.
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