Arthur H. Creveling
(Obituary ~ 02/02/15)
Arthur H. Creveling May 10, 1930 - Jan. 31, 2015 IMPERIAL, Neb.-- Arthur Harry Creveling was born May 10, 1930, to Arthur L. (Boots) and Maye E. (Newman) Creveling, at Chase, Nebraska. As a young man, he grew up and attended school in Imperial and California, graduating from Chase County High School in 1948...
(Birthdays ~ 02/02/15)
85th birthday The family of Ruth Bridges of McCook, Nebraska, is requesting a card shower in honor of her 85th birthday today, Feb. 2. She was born at Inavale, Nebraska, in 1930. Cards of congratulations will reach her at P.O. Box 505, McCook, Ne 69001...
On the record
(Other Record ~ 02/02/15)
This information is gathered at the McCook Public Safety Center, the McCook office of the Nebraska State Patrol, the Red Willow County Courthouse, the Red Willow County Sheriff's Office and the McCook Humane Society. Police activity Activity log...
Burrows Vision Clinics sell
(Local News ~ 02/02/15)
McCOOK, Nebraska -- After deciding that a large city was not where they wanted to raise their children, Dr. Thomas Moser and his wife, Delight, began looking into vision clinic opportunities in small towns in the western half of the United States. The search took the better part of a year, with the Mosers checking on vision clinics available for sale in a number of widespread locations, including optometry offices in New Mexico, Colorado, Nebraska and Washington state...
Don't trust just anyone with your tax return
(Editorial ~ 02/02/15)
Potential presidential candidate Mike Huckabee continues to push a national sales tax, the "Fair Tax," to replace the current IRS code. It sounds inviting to "abolish the IRS" as Huckabee contends, but opponents say it would lower the tax burden on the wealthiest while increasing it on the middle class. Lower-income people would receive "prefunds" on their purchases, but we have the right to be skeptical of any program gives the government money before sending it back...
More railroad business from 1890s
(Column ~ 02/02/15)
By 1892, the labor troubles, which culminated in the major strike of 1888, between the Engineers and Firemen and the Burlington Railroad had been settled and in a spirit of cooperation the business of "Father Burlington" and his "Child, McCook," continued to grow and prosper. ...
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