USDA to Survey Farmland Owners

USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service will survey farmland owners to measure financial impacts and challenges of land ownership. Landowners should receive the survey form by the end of this month. More than 80,000 farmland owners and producers across the United States will receive the fo...

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USDA to Survey Farmland Owners

USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service will survey farmland owners to measure financial impacts and challenges of land ownership. Landowners should receive the survey form by the end of this month. More than 80,000 farmland owners and producers across the United States will receive the fo...

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Economic growth could slow in Nebraska in spring 2015

University of Nebraska-Lincoln economist Eric Thompson  says economic  growth could slow in Nebraska in spring 2015.    Thompson says  for the second time in three months, the state's  Leading Economic Indicator index fell,  dropping 1.3  percent in November.  Thompson, director of the Bur...

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Wilson Public Library adds two new educational computers

The Wilson Public Library in Cozad recently added two, AWE AfterSchool Edge computers in the children's section. The computers were funded by the city of Cozad and an AWE-some Grant from the Nebraska Library Commission. Library Director, Laurie Yocom said Wilson Public Library was one of the few ...

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Nebraska State Patrol Superintendent to Retire

  (Lincoln, Neb.) Colonel David Sankey, Superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol, is planning to retire as head of the Patrol. Col. Sankey is a 27-year veteran of the State Patrol. His retirement is effective Dec. 31, 2014. Gov. Heineman appointed Col. Sankey head of the Nebraska State Pa...

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Man caught hauling drug cash in Nebraska sentenced

A judge has sent to federal prison a 30-year-old California man caught hauling nearly $935,000 in drug money through Nebraska. Federal prosecutors say Ryan Perich, of Woodbridge, California, was sentenced last week to a year and a day in prison and three years of supervised release after leaving ...

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Community Calendar

Dec
25
Thu
all-day Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Dec 25 all-day
10:00 am Christmas Day Service (Nativity of Our Lord); 8:00 pm AA & Alanon
12:30 pm Community Chirstmas Dinner @ Kearney First United Methodist Church
Community Chirstmas Dinner @ Kearney First United Methodist Church
Dec 25 @ 12:30 pm
43rd Annual Christmas Dinner.  Free turkey, ham, potatoes, vegetables, salad, desserts.  Please bring your own table service, salad or dessert if able.
Dec
27
Sat
7:00 pm Miller Dance
Miller Dance
Dec 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
27th Blaine & 120 EZ Children welcome – Pre-K to 12 free, may dance if following floor rules Bring snacks or finger food for lunch at 10 For questions call 308-325-2909
Dec
28
Sun
10:00 am Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Dec 28 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
No Sunday School; 10:00 am Worship – Holy Communion & Baptism
Dec
29
Mon
2:00 pm Pam Ackerman Appreciation Open H...
Pam Ackerman Appreciation Open H...
Dec 29 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Pam Ackerman is leaving Dawson County Extension after 20 years.  An open house will be held Monday, December 29th from 2-4 pm at the Dawson County Extension Office on the fairgrounds in Lexington.  Come wish[...]
6:30 pm Lexington Regional HC Home Healt... @ Lexington First Christian Church
Lexington Regional HC Home Healt... @ Lexington First Christian Church
Dec 29 @ 6:30 pm
All community members are invited to join Lexington Regional Health Center Home Health & Hospice Memorial Service honoring those who are not with us this holiday season.  The service will be held on Monday, December[...]

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