City wins grant for recreational trail
(Local News ~ 02/02/08)
The city has received a $143,551 grant from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission for the Kelley Park Recreational Trail. The McCook City Council will be asked to receive and file the notification of the grant award, at its regular meeting Monday night, 7:30 p.m., in City Council Chambers at Memorial Auditorium...
Latest attacks prove character of terrorists
(Editorial ~ 02/02/08)
It was a nice day, for a change, in the central al-Ghazl market in Baghdad, and hundreds of people turned out to trade small animals, mostly birds, at the weekly pet bazaar on Friday, the Muslim day of prayer. Among the crowd was "the crazy lady," a woman who reportedly had Down syndrome, who sold cream at the market every week...
Born to sell
(Column ~ 02/02/08)
Today I take personal privilege to write about a very important person. Ann passed a significant milestone in her life Thursday, clocking out she formally ended some thirty-six years in the work place. So, as of yesterday, she joined that great portion of mankind who consider themselves retired, whatever that means...
I'm not sure there is a place called Hope any more
(Column ~ 02/02/08)
Both former President Bill Clinton and current Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee are from Hope, Ark. One of Clinton's campaign themes when he was running for president was "I still believe in a place called Hope." I'm not sure I do anymore. Hope means possibility. ...
Wallace hands Hayes Center first loss
(High School Sports ~ 02/02/08)
WALLACE -- The Wallace boys basketball team handed the Hayes Center Cardinals their first loss of the season with a 48-46 win Friday night. Brett Christenson led Wallace with 16 points. Kameron Hubbard added 12 and Kyle Clough 11 points. Levi Tyan scored 11 points for the Cardinals. Jake Rowley scored 10 points...
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