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The City of Cozad begins demolition of the Rialto Theater

The City of Cozad decided to begin tearing down the Rialto Theater. The demolition began Monday. Being built in the 1920s, the Rialto was closed in 2008 due to poor conditions. In 2010 Cozad hired an ingineering firm to give an estimate on what it would cost to renovate the theater but with the c...

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The City of Cozad begins demolition of the Rialto Theater

The City of Cozad decided to begin tearing down the Rialto Theater. The demolition began Monday. Being built in the 1920s, the Rialto was closed in 2008 due to poor conditions. In 2010 Cozad hired an ingineering firm to give an estimate on what it would cost to renovate the theater but with the c...

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State Patrol Troopers to increase presence over July 4th holiday

The Nebraska State Patrol will be putting in extra hours on the road over the July 4th holiday in an effort to reduce the potential for serious injury and fatality crashes. Beginning, Friday, July 3 and running through Sunday, July 5, troopers and communications specialists will put in overtime h...

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Midwest Farmers Cooperative Breaks Ground on Shuttle Facility

Syracuse, NE will be the home of the new Midwest Farmers Cooperative Grain Shuttle Facility. Tuesday, a groundbreaking was held for the new facility, which will feature over 2 million bushels upright and ground storage, 40 semi trucks per hour unloading, and the ability to load up to a 140 car un...

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Boelus tractor pulling accident names released

The Howard County Sheriff's Office has released more information on the tractor pulling accident that occurred in Boelus Sunday afternoon that injured 5 people. They say the tractor pulling the weighted sled was being operated by Timothy Pfahl of Papillion. The tractor accelerated to a high speed an...

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Kansas Joins Lawsuit Asking Court to Overturn ‘Waters of the U.S.’ Rule

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today that he has joined eight other state attorneys general in a lawsuit asking a federal court to overturn new water regulations that could significantly extend the regulatory reach of the federal government onto Kansas private property. The regul...

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25
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7:00 pm Crane River Theater Presents: Ta... @ Yanney Heritage Park
Crane River Theater Presents: Ta... @ Yanney Heritage Park
Jun 25 @ 7:00 pm – Jul 3 @ 9:00 pm
The second show of the 2015 Crane River Theater is fun for the whole family! Tarzan the Musical, based on the smash-hit Disney animated film, tells the story of an infant boy orphaned in a[...]
Jul
2
Thu
1:00 pm Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Jul 2 @ 1:00 pm
1:00 pm Bulletin Deadline, 2:00 pm Lydia Circle, 8:00 pm AA & Alanon
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First Thursdays on the Square – ...
Jul 2 @ 8:00 pm
Each performance will begin at 8:00 pm and is free to the public, but guests are asked to bring their own blankets, lawn chairs or other seating. July 2nd will feature Nashville recording artist Daniel[...]
Jul
3
Fri
6:00 pm Friday with Friends – Lexington @ Mac's Creek Winery
Friday with Friends – Lexington @ Mac's Creek Winery
Jul 3 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Friday with Friends is every Friday (May – September) from 6-9pm. – $5 Cover Charge (For Entertainment) – Picnic Baskets & Smore Baskets Available (Kitchen Closes at 8:45pm) – No Wine Tastings during Friday with[...]

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