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FDA Comments on less antibiotic use.

Every year, at least two million Americans are sickened by serious infections caused by antimicrobial-resistant (AMR) pathogens, such as MRSA. And, at least 23,000 people die as a direct result of these infections. AMR is the ability of a microorganism (bacteria, virus, fungi, parasite) to resist th...

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FDA Comments on less antibiotic use.

Every year, at least two million Americans are sickened by serious infections caused by antimicrobial-resistant (AMR) pathogens, such as MRSA. And, at least 23,000 people die as a direct result of these infections. AMR is the ability of a microorganism (bacteria, virus, fungi, parasite) to resist th...

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Troopers seize 50 pounds of marijuana in Kimball traffic stop

Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol have arrested two men and seized 50 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop on Interstate 80 near Kimball. On Sunday afternoon a trooper observed an eastbound 2018 Ford EcoSport speeding near mile marker 18 on I-80. During the traffic stop, the trooper dete...

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2 apartment residents, 3 officers hospitalized after fire

Lincoln, Neb. -- Authorities say police officers rescued a 48-year-old woman from a fire in her Lincoln apartment. Three officers, the woman and a 30-year-old man who lives with her were hospitalized after Tuesday morning's blaze. The man told authorities that he'd escaped after smoke awakened...

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Era to end for York County Sheriff's Office

YORK, Neb. - An era will come to an end for York County in mere days. On December 28th, York County Sheriff, Dale Radcliff, will have his "last call" after 24 years of service as the Sheriff of York County. On Tuesday, The York County Board of Commissioner's presented Radcliff with a retiremen...

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Ricketts picks legislative attorney for open Nebraska seat

LINCOLN –  Governor Pete Ricketts announced the appointment of Andrew La Grone, an attorney and small business owner from Gretna, to fill an upcoming vacancy in Legislative District 49. “Andrew’s experience in private practice and work with the Unicameral make him well-prepared to represen...

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Community Calendar

Dec
20
Thu
all-day Christmas Open House & Bake Sale... @ Lexington Regional Health Center
Christmas Open House & Bake Sale... @ Lexington Regional Health Center
Dec 20 all-day
Bake Sale 9am to 12pm    Open House 9am to 5pm Find great gifts for everyone on your list and enjoy delicious refreshments courtesy of Lexington Regional Health Center’s Auxiliary.  Be sure to buy a raffle[...]
all-day Share the Warmth – Orthman Commu...
Share the Warmth – Orthman Commu...
Dec 20 all-day
Joining Fee waived for Donation of Hats & Gloves: the YMCA will waive the $40 joining fee for new members who join between November 23 and December 31 if they donate new gloves or hats[...]
Dec
21
Fri
1:00 pm Grand Generation Center – Friday... @ Majestic Theatre
Grand Generation Center – Friday... @ Majestic Theatre
Dec 21 @ 1:00 pm
RYDE bus transportation to and from the movie from the GGC will be available.  Bus leaves the GGC at 12:40pm.  riders must sign up in advance with Deb.  RYDE cost covered by GGC Support Group[...]
Dec
22
Sat
11:00 am Overton Bean Feed – Overton @ Overton Family Center
Overton Bean Feed – Overton @ Overton Family Center
Dec 22 @ 11:00 am
Overton American Legion is sponsoring the Annual Bean Feed and there will also be Chicken Noodle and Chili Soup available.Being served from 11AM until 1:30PM Santa will arrive at 12 Noon sponsored by the Overton[...]
7:00 pm Miller Dance – Miller, NE @ Miller Community Hall
Miller Dance – Miller, NE @ Miller Community Hall
Dec 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Branded (Barb, Larry) Miller, NE Community Hall Children welcome PreK-12 free – may dance if following floor rules Bring snacks/finger food for lunch at 10:00 Questions call 308-325-2909