Down and dirty -- Aggies enjoy annual mud football games
(Local News ~ 09/10/05)
CURTIS -- More than 50 students donned their grubby clothes and got down and dirty in the second annual Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture Mud Football Games. The games are part of a semester full of activities designed to keep students connected to the campus and meet new friends...
An affair to remember
(Column ~ 09/10/05)
It had to happen. The newest rage in greeting cards has hit the market. The outside of a particular card decorated with a depiction of purple flowers says, "Just when I thought I would never find my true love, you came along..." Inside, the card continues: "My soul has been searching for you...
Fun-packed weekend set for celebration
(Editorial ~ 09/10/05)
For the past few years, McCook's Heritage Days celebration and the High Plains Freedom Flight have existed as separate events. But this year, on Saturday, Sept. 24, and Sunday, Sept. 25, the highly popular activities will be presented on the same weekend...
McCook flattens York
(High School Sports ~ 09/10/05)
How does a team overcome the loss of two of its standout players? It turns up the defense. That's how the top-ranked McCook High School Bison football team handled its first test without senior standouts Brendan Liess and Jeff Klug, who are out for the season with knee injuries...
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