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REPLAY: Washington Co. at Marysville High School Football

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The Washington County Tigers visited Homer Hanson Stadium on Friday, October 24th for a 3A District game against the Marysville Bulldogs. Hear the original KNDY Broadcast here, and look for the replay this week on KNDY XTRA. The broadcast can be downloaded from our archive directory, just visit http://www.kndyradio.com/archive Read More »

SCC Open House Set For Nov. 2 At Multiple Locations

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It’s that time of year again. Time to showcase programs, student services, noncredit offerings, entrepreneurship and everything in between. It’s time for Southeast Community College’s Open House. This year’s event takes place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 2, at each of the three campus locations in Beatrice, Lincoln and Milford, plus three new sites in Lincoln: Education ... Read More »

Kpreps.com Week #4 Football Rankings

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Last Friday night brought us some exciting football among games featuring teams ranked in the Kpreps Top Five poll. Close wins, close losses, overtimes, and double overtime all highlighted the Week Three schedule.  Let’s take a look at how Friday’s action impacted the Week Four Kpreps Rankings. Remember to visit the Rankings page to view a complete list of the ... Read More »

Red Cross Blood Donors Give Patients More Time To Create Summer Memories

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OMAHA, Neb. — Summer is a time for the days that never end — time to watch fireworks, have a picnic and root for the home team. While many people are having fun making summer memories, hospital patients are counting on volunteer donors to make time to give blood so they can continue making their own memories. Historically, during the ... Read More »

Celebrate World Red Cross Day By Donating Blood

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OMAHA, Neb. (April 15, 2014) — World Red Cross Day is a time to recognize worldwide efforts to advocate for the relief of human suffering, whether from disease, disaster, war or famine. The American Red Cross encourages eligible individuals to support these humanitarian efforts by making an appointment to donate lifesaving blood this May. The need is constant, and all ... Read More »

High School Broadcasts From KNDY Now Available For Download

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Beginning this football season KNDY AM & FM started providing podcasts of our high school athletic broadcasts to fans across the world, and now those podcasts are available for download via our website. A majority of our high school broadcasts from this season can be downloaded in MP3 format. Just visit the link below to see if we have your ... Read More »

Red Cross Reminds Donors That Need For Blood Doesn’t Pause For Holidays

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OMAHA, Neb. — Every day, patients across the nation rely on blood donated through the American Red Cross. Nearly 5 million patients need blood transfusions every year. Generous donors in Nebraska City can help the Red Cross meet patient needs by giving blood. “Accident victims can require up to 100 pints of blood, but they aren’t the only people who ... Read More »

Can you volunteer this week?

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This week is National Volunteer Week and everyone is encouraged to volunteer, whether it’s at school, a nursing home or hospital, cleaning up the city park, working at your local food pantry, or helping out the American Red Cross. The Red Cross volunteers teach first aid, CPR, and swimming lessons, Respond to disasters, support blood drives, and help members of the ... Read More »

Hollenberg Pony Express Station to open for Spring and Summer

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The Kansas Historical Society has announced that the Hollenberg Pony Express Station State Historic Site northeast of Hanover will open to visitors on Wednesday, April 3rd for the spring and summer travel season.  Visitor center hours are 10-5 Wednesday thru Saturday.  The final day the site will be open this year will be Saturday, September 28.  There is a $3 ... Read More »