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JEO will design new fire station

By GREG SCELLINSignal Editor The Geneva City Council worked through a light agenda at the council's first regular-scheduled meeting of 2019.Items appearing on the January 7 meeting agenda included:• Geneva Mayor...

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Plains Equipment Group Top Reinke Dealer…

Reinke has recognized Plains Equipment Group as one of its top five highest selling dealers in the East Central Territory and also honored their dealership in York with a Diamond...

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Natural Hydrogen Energy drilling in Fill…

By GREG SCELLINSignal Editor Results from the natural hydrogen drilling operation in northwest Fillmore County should become known in the next few weeks.Viacheslav "Slava" Zgonnik, general manager with Natural Hydrogen Energy...

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County reorganization meetings take plac…

By GREG SCELLINSignal Editor The Fillmore County Board of Equalization and the Fillmore County Board of Supervisors conducted their Reorganization Meetings on Thursday, January 3.  Before the 9:30 a.m., meeting, Fillmore...

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Heritage Crossings Injury Free

According to the United States Department of Labor, in the state of Nebraska, as of December 9, so far for the year, Nebraska has paid out a total of $9.864...

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Carlson Irrigation Top Dealership

Reinke recently recognized Carlson Irrigation in Shickley as one of the top ten highest selling dealerships throughout the United States and Canada, in acknowledgment of the company’s marketing year success...

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NACO Annual Meeting

Nineteen graduates of the Nebraska Association of County Officials (NACO) Institute of Excellence were recognized at the association’s annual conference in Kearney last week. The Institute of Excellence is a...

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Fillmore County Board meets for last tim…

By GREG SCELLINSignal Editor The Fillmore County Board of Supervisors approved the 2017/2018 County Audit, made some board appointments, discussed plugged culverts and talked with 32nd Legislative District State Senator-elect Tom...

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Welcome to Geneva, Geneva Building Suppl…

Members of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting on Wednesday, December 18, at the Geneva Building Supply location at 112 S. 13th Street in Geneva. Dale and...

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Eagle Scout project recognized...

Geneva Mayor Eric Kamler read a Proclamation at the December 17 Geneva City Council meeting recognizing the Eagle Scout project of Cole B. Williams.  Williams' project involved extensive remodeling of...

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Geneva City Council notes

By GREG SCELLINSignal Editor The Geneva City Council worked through a busy agenda at the council's final meeting of 2018.The city received some very good news recently, as it has received...

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Music fund-raising discussed again

By GREG SCELLINSignal Editor The Fillmore Central School Board made a final decision on the apparent age-old practice of personal fund-raising in the FC music student activity accounts at the board's...

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Pork Producers Scholarsips Available; Ap…

The National Pork Producers Council is pleased to announce the 2019 Lois Britt Memorial Pork Industry Scholarship, which is sponsored by CME Group and the National Pork Industry Foundation and...

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Sorghum Scholarship

The Nebraska Grain Sorghum Producers Association announces its annual scholarship, to be awarded to a graduating high school senior or to a student currently enrolled in post-high school education, is...

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Help keep Legion baseball affordable

By Signal Staff With anticipated increased numbers, the Geneva American Legion baseball program will expand to  Senior and Junior Legion teams in 2019.  With this expansion, Geneva American Legion commander Marty...

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Soybeans, trucks stolen by Geneva man

By Signal Staff A Geneva man has had two felony charges made against him bound over to district court.On Wednesday, December 12, Fillmore County Court Judge Michael P. Burns found probable...

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Reinsch Honored by NBA

Brittney Reinsch was recently recognized by the Nebraska Bankers Association and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Agricultural Economics as a member of the agricultural banking and finance program at...

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Shickley One-Act Qualifies For State

On Tuesday, November 27, the Shickley One-Act cast and crew competed at the D2-1 District play contest held in Shickley. They gave their best performance to date and were selected...

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J-B Downs Eagles

On Tuesday, January 8, Bruning-Davenport/Shickley traveled to Beatrice for quarterfinal action of the MUDECAS A Division Tournament to take on the D-2, No. 1 state-rated Eagles of Johnson-Brock. The BDS...

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FC Girls Remain Hot

Fillmore Central continued to be one of the hottest teams in Class C-2 with a pair of wins last week.  The 11-3 Panthers (No. 2 in wildcard points and the...

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Panthers Host FC Wrestling Invite On Dec…

Fillmore Central finished in eighth place in the team standings at the 17-team Fillmore Central Invite, which was dominated by grapplers from York and Oakland-Craig.  Panther 285-pounder Riley Moses earned...

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BDS Girls 9-2, No. 2 In Class D-2 Wildca…

The Eagles  hosted Nebraska Lutheran on Saturday, January 5, in Bruning.  The Eagles got off to a fast start taking an early 10-0 lead to open the game.  Defensively, the...

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FC Downs Superior

Fillmore Central picked up its second win of the season on Saturday—a 55-44 victory over Superior.  The 2-9 Panthers led the Wildcats 24-18 at the break and 42-24 after three...

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Panthers Knock Off C-2, No. 1 Superior

Fillmore Central used its home-court advantage and foul trouble suffered by Superior All-Stater Kalynn Meyer to upend the defending Class C-2 State Champions 53-52 Saturday afternoon in Geneva.  The Panthers...

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Eagle Boys Down SC, EB

On Thursday, December 20, Bruning-Davenport/Shickley traveled to Sandy Creek for the first round of the Runza Hardwood Classic. The Eagles took advantage of some strong early shooting from Josh Swartzendruber...

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Timberwolves Remain Undefeated

Exeter-Milligan improved to 8-0 on the season and No. 6 in wildcard points in Class D-2 with a 49-31 victory over Diller-Odell on Friday, December 21, in Exeter.The Timberwolves led...

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Husker walk-on...

Fillmore Central three-sport standout Riley Moses signed paperwork to be walk-on player with the Nebraska football program last Wednesday.  Moses impressed Husker coaches with his performances at NU football camps. ...

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FC Falls To Hawkettes

In the match-up of Top 10 Class C-2 teams, Fillmore Central was unable to maintain its early advantage and fell at Hastings St. Cecilia, 49-40, on Thursday evening.  The 6-2...

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E-M Girls Up To 8-0

Exeter-Milligan remained undefeated and on top of the Class D-2 rankings with a 63-21 blow-out of Nebraska Lutheran in Waco last Tuesday.  Timberwolf Kate Jansky poured in 27 points in...

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Moses, Kline, Hinrichs Medal

Fillmore Central had three wrestlers finish in the Top 3 at the 2018 Duane Carlson Invite. Panther 285-pounder Riley Moses went 3-0 at the invite to claim first place.  The...

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FC Falls To W-C, H AC

Fillmore Central was unable to capture a win at Wilber-Clatonia or Adams Central last week.The 0-6 Panthers fell to the Wolverines 55-46 on Friday.  The game was 27-26 at half...

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Timberwolves Improve To 6-0

Exeter-Milligan rolled past football co-op partner Friend last Tuesday on the hardwood, 65-37.  The Timberwolves led the contest 30-24 at halftime before exploding for an 18-5 advantage in the third...

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BDS 4-1

On Tuesday, December 11, the Sutton Fillies came to Davenport to take on the BDS Lady Eagles.The first half of the game was a defensive battle where neither team could...

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E-M 5-0; No. 1 In D-2 Wildcard Points

The Exeter-Milligan girls improved to 5-0 on the season and No. 1 in wildcard points in Class D-2 with three victories last week on the hardwood.The Timberwolves opened up play...

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BDS Wins First Three

The Bruning-Davenport/Shickley boys finally got their varsity season started Friday against the Longhorns of Dorchester in Bruning. The first game jitters bit the Eagles for the first few minutes of...

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Panthers Perfect 4-0

Fillmore Central improved to 4-0 on the season and No. 3 in wildcard points in Class C-2 with a pair of wins over the weekend.The Panthers rolled past St. Paul...

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