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(Audio) Wolves Win FKC Title, Gillming Takes Medalist Honors

Lakeside Country Club hosted the Fort Kearny Conference golf meet on Tuesday. Loomis won the team title with a  score of 370. Amherst finished second while Elm Creek was third. Head coach Gene Samuel... Read More

May is Proclaimed Kansas Beef Month

The month of May has been declared Kansas Beef Month, according to a proclamation signed by Governor Sam Brownback. Kansas is home to some of the highest quality cattle in the United States, and the state’s ranches and feedyards play a key role in ... Read More

Tyson Fresh Meats receives UNK College of Ed Community Service Award

KEARNEY – Tyson Fresh Meats has received the University of Nebraska at Kearney College of Education’s “Excellence in Community Service Award.” The award is given in recognition of a business that has shown excellence in its dedication and ... Read More

Thomas Rhett, Lady A, Train announced for 2016 Nebraska State Fair music acts

Following the success of Keith Urban in 2015, The Nebraska State Fair is once again taking the “Sounds to the Grounds” on Friday, Saturday and Sunday of opening weekend. Thomas Rhett, Lady Antebellum and Train – Live, outside and on the gra... Read More

Firefighters find body inside burning trailer house

MERNA - A body was found inside a Merna trailer house fire Monday night. The Merna and Broken Bow Fire Departments responded to the blaze shortly after 8:30 p.m. and once inside, firefighters found a body. The cause of death is pending the results of... Read More

(Audio) Site South of Fremont Not

(click on news/podcast above to hear interview with Willow Holoubek, with A-FAN and Cecilia Harry with Greater Fremont Development Council) Land south of Fremont has surfaced as a possible site for a chicken processing plant, but not a "preferred... Read More

EPA Takes Down Report Saying Glyphosate Not Carcinogenic

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday pulled a report offline that concluded glyphosate is not likely to be carcinogenic to humans, saying the document was inadvertently published and the agency had not finished its review of the chemica... Read More

Lexington Headed To District Final

Lexington advanced at the Boys B-8 District Soccer tournament with a 2-0 win over Gering on Monday afternoon. The Minutemen scored two goals in the first half and held on of the win. Lexington scored goals by Lester Perez who was assisted by Kevin To... Read More

Minutemaids End The Season

Lexington's girls soccer season came to an end on Monday losing to Holdrege in the first round of District play 4-1. Freshman Kathernine Flores scored Lexington's lone goal as senior Bianca Gomez had the assist. Lexington coach Keith Allen had this t... Read More

Lexington Finishes 2nd At GICC Tournament

GICC Invite on 5-2 Team scoring Grand Island Central Catholic 120, Lexington 92, Grand Island 86, York 86, Adams Central 84, Ogallala 58, Hastings 54, Hastings St. Cecilia 44 Championship results No. 1 singles — 1. Sadie Goering, GICC, 4-... Read More

Nebraska secretary of state encourages primary participation

LINCOLN, Neb.  ---  Nebraska's secretary of state says this year's spike in voter registration will not necessarily mean greater participation in the primary election.  In a Monday news release, John Gale encouraged citizens to vote in the May 10 ... Read More