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Every community wishes they could have an asset like the University of Nebraska at Kearney in their town. [Read More]
When John Masker graduated from Kearney Catholic High School in 2015, he knew he would stay in Kearney. [Read More]
From what we gather scanning farm organizations' reactions to the Green New Deal, farmers and ranchers aren't too crazy about the idea, and we can... [Read More]
At long last, winter has come to Kearney. For the past week, Mother Nature has been emptying old feather pillows of snow down from heaven,... [Read More]
David Mitchell is a man with a mission. He is determined to stitch together a movement that finally will smash the power of the pharmaceutical... [Read More]
From my home on California's Monterey Peninsula, there is no easy way to get anywhere. To go north, for instance, to San Francisco, you take... [Read More]
A little over a decade ago, when California's bullet train still was a dream, its backers promised that the nation's first true high-speed rail system... [Read More]
The most powerful person in the world is using his bully pulpit to put rhetorical crosshairs on the backs of some of the nation's best... [Read More]
Danelle Nutt of Ravenna has been selected as the 2018 Women's Business Center Entrepreneur Award recipient for the Center for Rural Affairs' Rural Enterprise Assistance... [Read More]
Each year, the employees of NebraskaLand National Bank nominate various organizations in their communities to be the recipients of donations by the bank's employees. The... [Read More]
Laura Bauer from Kearney has been named a First National Bank 2018 Circle of Excellence award winner with $24 million in loan volume and 131... [Read More]
Tim Chancellor of Broken Bow was elected Feb. 13 as president of the Nebraska Pork Producers Association at the organization's annual meeting in Lincoln. [Read More]
The Nebraska Sheep and Goat Producers Association and Nebraska Extension are hosting a lambing kidding school at 10 a.m. March 2 on the Custer County... [Read More]
The South Platte United Chambers of Commerce and the U.S. Census Bureau are a sponsoring a 2020 Census training workshop 10 a.m. to noon March... [Read More]
Next week's Tuesday Tales story time at Holdrege Area Public Library will feature trained therapy dogs Hugo and Eva and their handlers, Lori and Richard... [Read More]
The American Paint Horse Association's Distinguished Service Award is not an annual award. The APHA bestows it only when someone is deserving. It is given... [Read More]
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Earthwork will resume after the spring thaw, and then the public can get a glimpse of steel rising in south Kearney on Paul Younes' latest... [Read More]
Nobody is keeping score, but according to former Mayor Pete Kotsiopulos, Kearney is fortunate that the city has five railroad overpasses. [Read More]
Teresa Houser will present a free program on how to stop human trafficking. [Read More]
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