How to tell the stars are moving
(Column ~ 06/03/15)
For thousands of years we have used the stars as a symbol of stability. Objects that are fixed in the firmament giving us a sense of steadiness knowing that they would always be there right where we expected to see them in the night sky. We could depend on them to tell us when the seasons changed, when to plant, when to harvest, and when the hunting would be the best. We knew they would be there when and where we expected them to be...
Brain injury concern extends to war veterans
(Editorial ~ 06/03/15)
Brain damage from boxing is old news; NFL players, owners and their lawyers are dealing with the issue. Brain injuries from repeated impact is of concern down through the college and high school ranks and especially younger athletes, when the brain is more vulnerable...
On the Record
(Other Record ~ 06/03/15)
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. Activity log These items are taken from reports filed by the McCook Police Department. The locations refer to block numbers, not specific addresses. If you have information about any of these reports, call the police department at (308) 345-3450...
Charles F. Damico Jr. M.D.
(Obituary ~ 06/03/15)
OMAHA, Neb. -- Charles F. Damico Jr. M.D., 72, died Friday (May 29,2015). He was preceded in death by parents, Charles F. and Jane Damico, Sr.; sister, Ruth Ann Fisher; and brother-in-law, Charles Fisher. Survivors include his wife, Ramona A. Damico; children, Julie Liakos (Charles), Anne Damico, and Catherine Damico; grandchildren, Jonathan, Victoria, Jenna, and Hannah Liakos; sister, Kathleen Davis (Larry); nieces and nephews, Gina Smith, Joe Caputo, Cheryl Fogarty, Darren Caputo, Ken Fisher, and Debra Knecht; and many beloved cousins, family and friends.. ...
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