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‘Look up and around’ during harvest seas…

Husker Harvest Days have passed and farm equipment will begin moving into local fields making this one of the busiest times of the year for Nebraska farmers. It’s also a...

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Health Alert Issued for Lone Star Lake

Health Alert Issued for Lone Star Lake Alerts Continue at Big Indian Creek Lake, Kirkman’s Cove; Iron Horse Trail Lake and Willow Creek Lake Health alerts for toxic blue-green algae are currently...

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Perennial Public Power District Moves Fo…

(September 12, 2014) York, NE. – Perennial Public Power District’s board of directors recently voted to partner with Bluestem Energy Solutions out of Omaha, NE to study and develop a...

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2014 Milo Queens...

Photo courtesy of the Hebron J-R Members of the 2014 Carleton Milo Days Milo Queen Court this year were (L-R) Brice Ardissono, daughter of Chris and Beth Ardissono (Miss Bruning); Kristen...

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After School Refuel

If you have children, you know the first thing they want after school is a snack. As a parent, you want to give them healthy, homemade snacks. But, who has...

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Foundation Holds 2014 Fall Meeting

The Fillmore County Foundation board met on September 2, in Ohiowa. Fifteen members of the Board were present. The Ohiowa Rescue Unit members served the meal. Committee meetings began at 6...

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Expanding Attorney General’s Office Make…

By J.L. Schmidt, Statehouse Correspondent, The Nebraska Press Association A suggestion by outgoing Attorney General Jon Bruning to add attorneys to his staff to handle matters at the Department of Corrections...

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Nebraska’s Economic Relationship with Ja…

By Governor Dave Heineman Every day, we are working to make Nebraska an even better place to create jobs and encourage business growth. My administration has focused on economic growth, and...

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Eliminating the ISIS Threat

By Rep. Adrian Smith This week our nation marked the 13th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorists attacks.  We remember not only the horror of these attacks, but also the...

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Raw Politics

By U.S. Senator Deb Fischer Nebraskans understand that our nation faces serious issues. Just recently we heard the president outline plans for military action against terrorists in Iraq and Syria known...

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Hail-Damaged Silage Risks

As producers are getting ready to harvest silage for cattle, Extension Specialist Bruce Anderson reminds us that if you are harvesting hail-damaged crops take some precautions. Hail-damaged crops can get...

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Hassebrook and Ricketts Square Off at St…

The underdog Democrat and the millionaire Republican took to the stage of the State Fair to make their cases why they should be the next Nebraska Governor during an hour-long...

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Rule 5 District changes

The Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District (NRD) Board of Directors approved the motion to enact changes to the District’s Rule 5 in relation to the temporary 180-day stay in...

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HHCC Men’s League Champions...

The Wednesday night champions team of (L-R) Derek Betka, Robby Nunns, Buck Breazeale and Ryan Aspegren emerged the overall Men’s League champions at the Hidden Hills Country Club in rural...

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Homecoming Week...

Shickley Public Schools is celebrating Homecoming this week.  There are various activities planned throughout the week. On Tuesday, September 9, BDS plays host to Cross County in volleyball in Shickley. ...

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Senators Urge Nebraska Students To Apply…

FISCHER, JOHANNS URGE NEBRASKA STUDENTS TO APPLY FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD U.S. Senators Deb Fischer and Mike Johanns are encouraging Nebraska students with strong records of community service to apply for...

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ALS Challenge

Late last month, the administration of Shickley Public Schools was challenged by the staff of ESU No. 6 to take part in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.  The challenge was...

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Fillmore County Legion Riders

The Geneva Post 68 (Fillmore County) American Legion Riders held a Poker Run on July 5 during the Geneva Celebrate Patriotism days to raise money for the American Legion Legacy...

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E-M Rolls Past Jets

Ignited by a 36-0 first-quarter, the Exeter-Milligan Timberwolves routed the Sterling Jets 52-14 in eight-man football action Friday, Sept. 12 at Milligan. The win made it a happy homecoming for the...

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BDS Turns Contest Into Blow-out After Ha…

Bruning-Davenport/Shickley turned a close Shickley Homecoming contest into a rout as they blew past Giltner 82-36 in a game where the two teams piled up 931 total yards of offense. The...

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Panther Spikers 3-2 On Week

Fillmore Central dropped a heartbreaker at Milford and swept Tri County in straight sets at home in early week volleyball action. The Panthers (2-1) fell to the Eagles on Tuesday, September...

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Timberwolves Split In Giltner; Sweep In …

Before action in Saturday's Friend Invitational Volleyball Tournament, Exeter-Milligan split its game at a triangular in Giltner and won both its games at Meridian. The 4-2 Timberwolves defeated Osceola 25-7, 25-7...

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BDS Prevails In Clash With Bobcats

One would expect nothing less in a contest featuring two talented squads ranked inside the Top 6 in the Class D-1 State ratings.Blue Hill, behind an offensive line that would...

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Panthers 1-1 To Start 2014 Campaign

In the season-opener the Fillmore Central Panthers were downed by the Freeman Falcons 29-18 in football action Friday, August 29 at Geneva in a game where the Falcons made a...

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FC Boys Champions In Superior

The Fillmore Central girls and boys cross country teams started their seasons in fine fashion on Thursday, September 4, at the 2014 Superior Cross Country Invite.  The Panther boys were...

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FC/E-M Softball Now 3-5 On Year

The Fillmore Central/Exeter-Milligan softball team split its games last week to move its season mark to 3-5. The Panthers began last week with a 16-1 loss to Seward on Tuesday, September...

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FC Spikers Open Season With Win

The Fillmore Central volleyball team opened its 2014 campaign with a three-set sweep of David City Thursday night on the road.  The 1-0 Panthers won the Southern Nebraska Conference contest...

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State-rated Slobber knocker...

Eagles Ben Elznic and Riley Tegtmeier zero in on Bobcat scat back Keithen Drury Friday night in Bruning.  After falling behind 15-0, Bruning-Davenport/Shickley mounted a furious rally and eventually defeated...

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Man Cited for Shooting Mountain Lion

A 23-year-old Iowa man has been cited for shooting a mountain lion out of season near Crawford on the evening of Sept. 6. The man was hunting deer with archery equipment...

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Health Alerts Issued for Big Indian Cree…

Alerts Continue at Bluestem Lake, Iron Horse Trail Lake and Willow Creek Lake Health alerts for toxic blue-green algae are currently in effect at five lakes in Nebraska.  Alerts have been...

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Commissioners to Consider Waterfowl Reco…

The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners will consider recommendations for the 2014 waterfowl and crow hunting seasons at a meeting Aug. 29 in Grand Island. The meeting is at...

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Scott To Pace Bobcats

The Peru State women’s cross country team looks to rebound from a challenging 2013 season as they look to improve upon their Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) finish under...

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Pheasant Show Some Improvement in 2014, …

Nebraska pheasant hunting opportunities in 2014 should be on par with last year or slightly better, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission's upland game hunting outlook. The consensus among...

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Dove Hunting Season Just Around Corner

Dove hunting season begins soon and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has some reminders for those hunters, as well as recommendations for areas to hunt. Doves may be hunted statewide...

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Silver Medalists...

Seven area girls combined to win silver medals at the 2014 Cornhusker State Games. Members and coaches of this second-place team are (back L-R) coach Jenna Theis, Erin Schmidt, Halle...

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Fourth Fastest In Nation...

Halle Theis, a seventh grader at Fillmore Central, competed in the Hershey Track and Field North American Finals in Hershey, Penn. on July 31-Aug 3. She placed fourth in the...

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