Falls are one of the most frequent causes of injuries in every workplace. The farm is no exception. Kent McGuire, CFAES Safety and Health Coordinator at The Ohio State University

LINCOLN — The future of Nebraska’s corn industry is bright following the Senate’s passage of the much-anticipated trade agreement between the United States, Mexico and Canada. The Nebraska Corn Board

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A daughter, Mila Amara Alvarado, was born January 13 at Lexington Regional Health Center to Daniel Alvarado and Takia Shepherd of Cozad. She weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces, and was

Locals land on Mid-Plains honor roll NORTH PLATTE — Several local students qualified for the Dean’s List during the 2019 fall term at Mid-Plains Community College. To be eligible, students

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The Gothenburg YMCA has announced its new “Challenges” for the new year. In 2018, the established goal was a weight loss challenge along with the March 100 miles program. The

Ardyce Bick spent Wednesday to Sunday with Gil and Marianne Kindsfater in Kearney. On Saturday afternoon Marianne was honored for her birthday. Along with Ardyce others attending were Ethel Glenn,

Looking for a way to give back to the community, but don’t have a lot of time to volunteer? The American Red Cross is reminding people that in only about

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Lexington, Neb. – The Dawson Public Power District Board of Directors voted in new officers at the January Board Meeting. The officers were sworn in and will begin their duties