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Grants available in Nebraska to promote fishing by Hispanics

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking grant proposals from Nebraska nonprofit organizations to promote fishing by Hispanics. The Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation's Vamos A Pescar program aims to educate Hispanic families about fishing through progr...

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Grants available in Nebraska to promote fishing by Hispanics

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is seeking grant proposals from Nebraska nonprofit organizations to promote fishing by Hispanics. The Recreational Boating and Fishing Foundation's Vamos A Pescar program aims to educate Hispanic families about fishing through progr...

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Wildlife Federation Announces Wildlife Award Winners

The Nebraska Wildlife Federation announced the winners of the Federation’s 2016 Wildlife Conservation Awards, who will be honored at a banquet on Thursday, October 13, near Ashland. The honorees include: Glenn Johnson, recently retired manager of the Lower Platte South Natural Resources Dis...

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Second person arrested in Gothenburg shooting

A second person wanted in connection with a Gothenburg shooting incident on September 5, 2016 has been arrested. Thirty-year-old Keith Jenkins of Cozad was arrested by the Cozad Police Department on Wednesday September 28-, 2016 on a Dawson County warrant for Burglary. Jenkins was arraign...

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Nebraska Looks To Take Down Illinois On Homecoming

Nebraska is now 4-0 and continues to play solid football. This week they play an Illinois team that is struggling and holds a 1-2 record. The 15th ranked Huskers battled with Northwestern but eventually came out on top winning by a score of 24-13.  For Illinois, they haven’t played since Septe...

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Nebraska prisons head optimistic despite persistent crowding

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) _ Nebraska's corrections director says he's optimistic the state prisons will become less crowded even though a series of reforms haven't reduced the inmate population as expected. Scott Frakes told a legislative committee Friday that the prison system has custody of 5,30...

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Community Calendar

Oct
1
Sat
7:00 pm Miller Dance – Miller @ Miller Community Hall
Miller Dance – Miller @ Miller Community Hall
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Lead Me Home – Mark Liljehorn Children welcome – Pre-K to 12 free, may dance if following floor rules.  Bring  finger food for lunch at 10 For questions call 308-325-2909
5:30 pm 20th Annual Platte River Pheasan... @ Holiday Inn Express & Suites
20th Annual Platte River Pheasan... @ Holiday Inn Express & Suites
Oct 1 @ 5:30 pm
Catered Prime Rib dinner starting at 7:00pm (Paradise Catering – Kevin Morris Executive Chef) Auction to follow
7:00 pm Cowboy Capital Chorus “Barbersho... @ Ogallala High School Performing Arts Center
Cowboy Capital Chorus “Barbersho... @ Ogallala High School Performing Arts Center
Oct 1 @ 7:00 pm
The show will feature a variety of music and comedy and will be a fun filled evening for the whole family.
Oct
2
Sun
8:00 am Ron Rowse Rock’n Robin – Team Ro... @ Burwell Fairgrounds
Ron Rowse Rock’n Robin – Team Ro... @ Burwell Fairgrounds
Oct 2 @ 8:00 am
20 head round robin team roping with added money begins at 11am Calcutta at 10:30 Blue Rock Shoot to start at 8 am – $10.00 entry fee  
11:30 am Turkey Dinner – Our Lady of Goo... @ Catholic Church Parish Center
Turkey Dinner – Our Lady of Goo... @ Catholic Church Parish Center
Oct 2 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Take out is available $7.00 Adults – $3.00 Children (12 & under)  Preschool Free Tickets available at the door
1:30 pm Dollar-A-Day Boys – Lexington Pu...
Dollar-A-Day Boys – Lexington Pu...
Oct 2 @ 1:30 pm
Bill Jamerson will be presenting the program, Dollar-A-Day Boys, a tribute to the Civilian Conservation Corps, at the library. A fun nostalgic look at the 1930’s Federal Works Program that gave employment to 3.5 million[...]

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