Harlan 'Smitty' Smith
(Obituary ~ 03/19/14)
Harlan 'Smitty' Smith IMPERIAL, Nebraska -- Harlan "Smitty" Smith, 86, died Tuesday (March 18, 2014), at Chase County Community Hospital in Imperial. Survivors include his wife, Joy of Imperial; children, Steven and wife, Peggy of Imperial, Michael and wife, Ann of Imperial, Dick and companion, Susie of Omaha, Nebraska, and Teri Spady and husband, Lennie, of Imperial; stepson, Michael Molzahn and companion, Diana; 14 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.. ...
Bonnie Jean Perkins
(Obituary ~ 03/19/14)
Bonnie Jean Perkins Sept. 13, 1955 - March 15, 2014 BEAVER CITY, Nebraska --Bonnie Jean Perkins, 58, died Saturday (March 15, 2014) at her home near Beaver City. She was born in Holdrege, Nebraska on Sept. 13, 1955, to Howard and Adella Lienemann. She graduated from Wilcox High School in 1973. ...
MCC women's basketball team offering babysitting services on Saturday as a fundraiser
(Community News ~ 03/19/14)
Brent L. Cobb McCook Community College News Bureau Coordinator McCOOK, Nebraska -- McCook Community College's 'Parents Night Out' fundraiser is Saturday. The McCook Community College Women's Basketball team is offering babysitting services Saturday while parents enjoy a night out. It's part of the Lady Indians' fund raiser...
Bad news about American retirement
(Editorial ~ 03/19/14)
How much do you have put away for retirement? A million dollars? Five hundred thousand? Five hundred dollars? If you're like a third of Americans, the final answer is closer to the truth. About 36 percent of workers have less than a thousand dollars in savings and investments that could be used for retirement, not counting their home or defined benefit plans such as traditional pensions (increasingly rare)...
At long last, spring is about to be sprung
(Local News ~ 03/19/14)
What we have all been waiting for is about to happen, spring is about to be sprung. Tomorrow in fact. Thursday, March 20, at 10:57 a.m. MDT the Sun will cross the equator into the Northern Hemisphere bringing the spring season. Our friends in the southern hemisphere will start to enjoy a respite from the heat of summer when autumn begins for them...
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