(Letter to the Editor ~ 11/30/05)
**Dear Editor, I would like to remind the people of southwest Nebraska that a public hearing will be held at 10 am on Thursday, December 1st at the Red Willow County Courthouse in McCook, Nebraska. This hearing is the only opportunity for the citizens of the 11th Judicial District to have input as to which candidate/candidates is/are forwarded to the Governor to aid in his selection to replace retiringJudge Battershell...
(Obituary ~ 11/30/05)
IMPERIAL -- Bob Case, 78, died Tuesday (Nov. 29, 2005) at his home in Imperial. Survivors include his wife, Nancy; son, Mitch; daughter, Nanette Bilka and husband, Terry, all of Imperial; sisters, Darlene Hartshorn and husband, Jim of Boulder, Colo., and Donna McNair of Imperial; six grandchildren; and one great-grandson...
Time to check the mail
(Column ~ 11/30/05)
The postman walked by one day last summer, trudging a bit in the blazing summer sunshine as he neared the end of his route. I was sitting in the shade of our hackberry tree, weeding. "Didja' leave me anything fun today?" I inquired as he came down the porch steps...
Atwood not just resting on its laurels
(Editorial ~ 11/30/05)
Having recently celebrated their community's 125th anniversary, you might think that the citizens of Atwood, Kan. would be ready to sit back, relax and rest on their laurels. Actually, just the opposite is happening. Evidence appears on the front page of this week's Rawlins County Square Deal, with word that projects are under way to restore the historic Shirley Opera House and to erect a model home to promote Atwood's free land offer...
'I'm eatin' snow!'
(Local News ~ 11/30/05)
Khyla Krepcik (left) shouts, "I'm eatin' snow!" as she and Claire Hunter tumble down the sledding hill in McCook's Kelley Park. More light snow was predicted for this afternoon, and was possible again Saturday. For more snow scenes, see pages 12-13.
Second phase of Jaycees baseball complex completed
(College Sports ~ 11/30/05)
Phase 2 of the Jaycees Baseball complex in McCook has been completed. Over the past few weeks, 35 players and coaches from the McCook Community College baseball team, city employees, Bob Samuelson, Dob Neuhaus, Kyle Potthoff and Tyler Kalinski, as well as Dan Dueland of Double D Lawn & Landscaping, have completed major renovations to the baseball field...
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