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Loup Basin Public Health Department Reports 189 New Cases in the Last Three Weeks

Burwell, NE – As of Friday, October 16, 2020, four hundred and sixty-three (463) COVID-19  cases have been reported by Loup Basin Public Health Department (LBPHD). Cases counts  continue to increase at an alarming rate across the district. One hundred and eighty-nine (189)  cases, or 41% of the...

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Loup Basin Public Health Department Reports 189 New Cases in the Last Three Weeks

Burwell, NE – As of Friday, October 16, 2020, four hundred and sixty-three (463) COVID-19  cases have been reported by Loup Basin Public Health Department (LBPHD). Cases counts  continue to increase at an alarming rate across the district. One hundred and eighty-nine (189)  cases, or 41% of the...

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Nebraska Tourism Conference held virtually this week

LINCOLN, Neb. (October 19, 2020) - Nebraska tourism industry professionals will gather virtually this week for the 2020 Nebraska Tourism Conference. From October 20-22, attendees will hear from a variety of speakers on topics such as editorial impacts a...

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The Monday Fontanelle Final Bell with Aaron Bertels of Crossroads Marketing

Wheat is the most confusing market right now Light buyer support for soybeans Dry weather concerns Corn isn’t really expensive…yet beans have some good value Cattle had some struggles in the trade, falling off the cliff today Make sure you remember what kind of year this is-do...

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Audio: KAPPA Ethanol crop progress report for the week of October 19

Fall row crop harvest continues at break neck speed across the country. Corn and soybean harvest if continued uninterrupted could have most farmers done by thanksgiving. However the quick harvest pace is a double edge sword as the dry conditions making it possible are also continuing to dry up avail...

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Dr. Shirley Delair to assume first diversity role at UNMC College of Medicine

On Nov. 1, Shirley Delair, MD, will become the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s first associate dean of diversity, equity and inclusion. Dr. Delair’s vision includes initiatives that will help diversify the health care workforce in Nebraska to better reflect the demographics of the...

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Community Calendar

Oct
19
Mon
all-day Cozad Clothe ‘Em Sock & Underwea... @ Cozad United Methodist Church
Cozad Clothe ‘Em Sock & Underwea... @ Cozad United Methodist Church
Oct 19 all-day
Clothe ‘Em Sock & Underwear Drive Clothe ‘Em is collecting new socks and underwear for distribution with Holiday Spirit.  To donate, please take new socks & undies to the Cozad United Methodist Church @ 1515[...]
all-day Wilson Public Library’s “Story T...
Wilson Public Library’s “Story T...
Oct 19 all-day
Theme: Spiders/Halloween A grab & go craft matching the theme will be given to patrons as they check out books from the display.  No registration is required.
7:00 pm CNPPID’s LSMP Annual Meeting (vi...
CNPPID’s LSMP Annual Meeting (vi...
Oct 19 @ 7:00 pm
CNPPID’s Annual Land and Shoreline Management Plan Stakeholders meeting held via Zoom.
7:00 pm ESU #11 Special Meeting @ Holdrege ESU Unit Office
ESU #11 Special Meeting @ Holdrege ESU Unit Office
Oct 19 @ 7:00 pm
NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING The Board of Educational Service Unit No. 11 will hold a special meeting of the Board at the service unit office located at 412 West 14th Avenue in Holdrege, Nebraska on[...]
Oct
20
Tue
all-day Broken Bow Elks Annual Winter Co...
Broken Bow Elks Annual Winter Co...
Oct 20 all-day
5th Annual Winter Coat Drive Items to donate: Coats Gloves / Mittens Boots Ear Muffs Stocking Caps Sponsored by the Broken Bow Elks Lodge #1688.  Please drop items off @ The Custer County Chief.
all-day Wilson Public Library’s “Story T...
Wilson Public Library’s “Story T...
Oct 20 all-day
Theme: Spiders/Halloween A grab & go craft matching the theme will be given to patrons as they check out books from the display.  No registration is required.