Is it real, or is it ..
(Column ~ 06/01/05)
Charles Swindoll once said, "Life is 1 percent reality and 99 percent perception." Whether he was quoting someone else at the time, I have no idea. What I do know is that his supposition has proven to be true, time and again, at least in my experience...
Mullen Pro-Am shows success in cooperation
(Editorial ~ 06/01/05)
In his 30 years in the golf business, Heritage Hills golf professional Lee Maiden has been involved with hundreds of tournaments, ranging from local club functions to national senior events in Arizona and the International PGA competition in Castle Pines, Colo...
Carnegie Library plans open house
(Local News ~ 06/01/05)
The Carnegie Library committee of the High Plains Historical Society plans an open house during the Buffalo Commons Storytelling Festival to show off renovations inside the nearly 100-year-old library. Committee members Janet Fletcher, Myrna Bollerup and Mary Poore plan the open house Saturday, June 11, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Coffee, tea and cookies will be served upon a library table in front of the library's massive brick fireplace...
Fuehrer, Harris shine at Cambridge CSO All-Star Classic
(High School Sports ~ 06/01/05)
CAMBRIDGE -- Aaron Fueher of Chase County and Wauneta-Palisade's Janae Harris were named as two of the Most Valuable Players in last Friday's Cambridge CSO Basketball All-Star Classic. The boys and girls games were played at the Cambridge High School gymnasium...
Opposite outcomes for McCook Midgets in Gothenburg twinbill
(Community Sports ~ 06/01/05)
One of Gothenburg's American Legion baseball teams was in town for the third night in a row, as the McCook Midgets hosted a doubleheader against Gothenburg at the Jaycee Sports Complex Tuesday. In the opener, the Midgets crushed the ball and crossed the plate 18 times and only gave up two runs...
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