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Dicamba Trainings

By BrandyVanDeWalle There have been questions in the office regarding dicamba trainings so this week I’m sharing an article from the Nebraska Extension’s Pesticide Safety Education office. Online training for Nebraska...

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Nebraska Extension Crop Production Clini…

By BrandyVanDeWalleThe 2018 Clinics and Conference are an excellent opportunity for crop producers and agribusiness professionals can improve their profitability and sustainability. The clinics will be offered at four locations...

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Fabric Friends Meet

Fabric Friends Quilt Guild met at Georgia Schropfer's home for December. During the business meeting, minutes and a treasurer's report were approved.Elaine reported on attending the Christmas party at the...

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Scholarship Applications

Blue Valley Community Action (BVCA) Partnership will be accepting applications for their 2017-2018 scholarship opportunities through February 1, 2018. Six scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $500 and...

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Growing Nebraska 2017

By Gov. Pete Ricketts Growing our state is key to creating opportunities for the next generation.  That’s why I’ve made the vision for my administration “grow Nebraska.”  Throughout 2017, Nebraska experienced...

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They’re back. But not for long.

By J.L. Schmidt The 105th Nebraska Legislature, Second Session, convened today with 32 Republicans (one brand new), 14 Democrats, 2 Independents and a Libertarian. They’ll be meeting for 60 days so the...

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Kindness Rocks Project started

The United Methodist Church third and fourth grade Sunday School Class is turning cold, hard rocks into hallmarks of kindness.  By taking an ordinary rock, adding a few dabs of...

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Clerk of the Year...

Fairmont Village Clerk Linda Carroll was honored the morning of December 28, as the USDA Rural Development Clerk of the Year.  New USDA Rural Development State Director Karl Elmshaeuser presents...

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Mother's Club Celebrates Christmas

The Geneva Mother's Club met on December 7, at 11:30 a.m., at the Heritage Crossings multi-purpose room for the annual Christmas party. The table was decorated in a Christmas theme...

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CropWatch

By BrandyVanDeWalle  CropWatch is written by Nebraska Extension specialists and educators from across Nebraska to provide timely, research-based information to help you make your farm decisions. During pesticide education sessions and...

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Fairmont Community Guide

Rick Nelson from Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) presented the 2017 November edition of the Fairmont Community Guide to the Fairmont Village board at their December 11 meeting. Designing and...

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Sales Volume Award

Boeck Seed Services of Exeter was recognized recently at a Precision Planting National Sales Meeting for Top Sales Volume performance during 2017. “Winning this award means that Boeck Seed Services...

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Safety Through the Holidays

Right now we are in the midst of the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, everyone is busy with all of the holiday preparations that are all too familiar...

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Keeping Nebraska Healthy

By Sen. Deb Fischer Our children are our future. In Nebraska and across the country, families are working hard and doing all they can to keep their kids happy and healthy...

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Reducing the Budget

By: Gov. Pete Ricketts Every successful organization and household has to manage a budget.  Our farmers and ranchers work to control the cost of inputs so that they operate profitably when...

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Farm Bill Priorities

By Rep. Adrian Smith Tax reform is our main focus in Congress right now, and many beneficial provisions for the agriculture economy are advancing with this effort.  We know farmers and...

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Dozen E-M Sixth Graders

The sixth graders at Exeter-Milligan are off to a great start this year. This group of students hit the ground running and it has been amazing to see what they...

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Slow Mail Costs Money

Dear Editor,Slow Mail Costs MoneyMost people get mail every day, Monday through Saturday.  But what happens when the mail comes later than we expect?  We found out a few years...

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Moses, Lovan Gibbon Champs

Fillmore Central landed in eighth place in the team standings at the 2018 Gibbon Bill Foster Invite.  Ord were meet champions and Wood River was runners-up.Riley Moses won all his...

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Panther Girls 7-6 On Season

Fillmore Central split its games last week in area girls basketball action.Last Tuesday, the 7-6 Panthers fell to 12-2, C-1 No. 7 Malcolm 63-51.  FC made a fourth-quarter run to...

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BDS Girls Third At MUDECAS

The Bruning-Davenport/Shickley Eagles began the MUDECAS A Division Tournament held in Beatrice on Monday, January 8,  taking on the Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles.  The local Eagles jumped out early in the...

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E-M MUDECAS B Champions

Exeter-Milligan claimed the 2018 "B" Division MUDECAS Tournament championship Saturday with a 35-34 victory over Southern.  The Class C-2, 8-6 Raiders led the low-scoring contest 18-13 at halftime.  The 12-2...

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Broman Signs With Concordia...

Fillmore Central three-sport standout Jamey Broman signed a Letter of Intent to compete in track and field last week for Concordia University in Seward. Broman earned four medals at the...

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Lady Timberwolves Wins By 15 Points

The Exeter-Milligan girls basketball team won with a 15 point lead agaisnt the Nebraska Lutheran Knights on Tuesday, December 19, with a final score of 58-43. Senior Tara Mueller scored...

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Olsen Takes Win For Exeter-Milligan

Exeter-Milligan senior Eric Olsen played an impressive game against the Nebraska Lutheran Knights on December 19, dominating the overall points with 21 under his belt, 11 of them being free...

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BDS In D-2 Final

By GREG SCELLINSignal Editor For the third time in the last four years, Bruning-Davenport/Shickley will be competing in a State Final football game at Memorial Stadium.  This time, the 12-0 Eagles...

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Eagles Fly Past Fullerton

Bruning-Davenport/Shickley followed up its victory over Pawnee City with an equally impressive win over Fullerton Wednesday night in Bruning in the second round of the D-2 State Football Play-offs.  Eagle...

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Panthers Fall In Sub-district

Fillmore Central came out on fire last Monday night against Freeman in its opening-round game in the C2-5 Sub-district at Tri County.  Behind a strong serving attack and net play...

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BDS State Bound

  By: GREG SCELLINSignal Editor The script played out for the Bruning-Davenport/Shickley volleyball team, as the 26-5 Eagles were rewarded for their season of work.  BDS earned the second wildcard and will...

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Timberwolves Back At State Tournament

By GREG SCELLINSignal Editor The Little Team that Could has done it again.In a season that almost never happened, Exeter-Milligan swept perennial power Falls City Sacred Heart in the D2-1 District...

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Eagles Move On

Bruning-Davenport/Shickley took care of business Thursday night downing outmanned Pawnee City 60-16.  The 9-0 Eagles led the contest 46-0 shortly into the second quarter before BDS sent in its second...

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Moles Digs Through E-M Defense

Bloomfield proved worthy of the top-seed in the East part of the D-2 State Play-off bracket with a 76-6 win over Exeter-Milligan Thursday night in Bloomfield.Bee Quinten Moles was a...

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BDS In Sub With Meridian; Johnson-Brock …

Bruning-Davenport/Shickley enters the post-season at 25-4 and No. 3 in wildcard points in Class D-1.  The Eagles trail Meridian and Johnson-Brock in the wildcard standings.  BDS will more than likely...

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FC Heads Into Post-season 13-12

Fillmore Central entered C2-5 Sub-district play on Monday with a 13-12 record.  The Panthers drew 17-11 Freeman in first-round action in Tri County.  With a victory over the Falcons, FC...

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E-M Enters Post-season No. 3 In D-2 Wild…

Exeter-Milligan entered D2-2 Sub-district play with a season mark of 21-6 and No. 3 in wildcard points in Class D-2.  With a win over Dorchester, more than likely, the top-seeded...

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Jacobson, Schelkopf Qualify For State XC

Fillmore Central had two athletes qualify for this Friday's NSAA Class D State Cross Country Championships in Kearney.  Panther senior Grace Jacobson had her four-race win streak snapped but still...

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