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Nebraska Hunter Registration to begin

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Font Size: The required hunter registration in the state’s Harvest Information Program begins Aug. 1. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission says program registration is required of Nebraskans 16 and older and all nonresidents who plan to hunt migratory game birds between Aug. 1 and July 31 next year. The federally mandated program helps officials keep track of how many ... Read More »

Moving Wall to be in Seneca

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The Moving Wall—a traveling replica of the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.– will be in Seneca Thursday ( July 29th) through Monday, August 2nd. The display will be available for viewing twenty-four hours a day in the City Park at 11th and Pioneer Streets and is free to the public. A prayer serve and taps will be conducted ... Read More »

Kansas Wheat Says Wheat Good for Milling

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Kansas Wheat late last week reported the Kansas wheat harvest has exceeded most expectations for the quality preferred by millers. Kansas Wheat collected the data from reports put out by Kansas State University’s Grain Science and Industry program The reports show farmers in the southern counties exceeded the milling industry’s 2-main quality benchmarks, test weights of 60 pounds per bushel ... Read More »

Lovewell Lake Closed for a Second Week

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It will be closed until at least next Friday, July 30th. That was the order issued by the Kansas State Department of Health and Environment yesterday after the latest test of water from the lake still had dangerous toxin levels. The toxins were produced algae blooms growing there. Lovewell Wildlife and Parks Manager Rob Unruh said he was informed by ... Read More »

Two SCC Students Win National Leadership Awards in Tennessee

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Two Southeast Community College students earned awards at the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference in Nashville, Tenn., July 9-12. Justin Schultis of Fairbury placed seventh in Business Communications, while Lexi Whitmore of Geneva placed 10th in Word Processing. Both are students at SCC’s Beatrice Campus. PBL Chapter Advisor Toni Landenberger accompanied the students. Schultis and Whitmore competed against other ... Read More »

Be A ‘Reel Hero’ & Donate Blood Thursday In Marysville

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OMAHA, Neb. – This summer, you don’t need to wear a cape or special suit to be a hero. In about an hour, you can be a lifesaver by giving blood at an American Red Cross “Reel Heroes” blood drive in your community and have the opportunity to watch a movie with your favorite action hero. This Thursday, you can ... Read More »

CRP Registration

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Representatives from the local Farm Service Agencies will be attending training sessions on provisions for a new Conservation Reserve Program or CRP sign up next week. Unfortunately, no specific date has been set by the Ag Department for sign up yet, but it is anticipated that the sign up will be set sometime in August. Initially 2.8-million acres were to ... Read More »

Bye Bye Birdie Takes the Stage This Weekend In Marysville

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The Marysville Area Community Theatre will present Bye Bye Birdie Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. in the Marysville High School auditorium. Ticket prices are $10.00 for adults, $9.00 for senior citizens, and $5.00 for students. “All summer, people have been telling me about how excited they are to see the musical,” said Wayne Kruse, ... Read More »

Rep. Committee Selects Laura Johnson McNish for County Attorney

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Marshall County Republican Committee members met Wednesday evening in Marysville to consider nominations for Marshall County Attorney, to fill the unexpired term of Brian Carroll, who announced his resignation effective August 30th. Three candidates addressed the committee, Jason Brineger, Laura Johnson McNish, and Brad Lippert.  Brineger, a Marysville resident, is in private practice locally, and had served just over two ... Read More »

UNL Hosting Family Business Conference in Beatrice

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University of Nebraska Extension is hosting a Family Business Conference on Thursday, July 29 from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm at the Extension Office Meeting Room on the fairgrounds in Beatrice.  Dave Specht, University of Nebraska – Lincoln College of Business Administration Lecturer will be the featured presenter.  Topics covered will be “Seven Themes Families Must Master for Generational Succession” ... Read More »