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Lincoln, Neb. — Work on the first Super 2 highway in Nebraska is progressing on schedule, with the majority of the work completed on the 10-mile segment of US-83 between mile markers 35 and 45 by Frazier Creek in Frontier County, according to District 7 Construction Engineer Drew Wilson. Work began in the spring of 2020 on the first of six projects that will be part of the US-83 Super 2.

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Lincoln Neb. – Beginning Feb. 1, guests can make camping reservations up to 180 days in advance of arrival for stays at Nebraska state park and recreation areas.

Coronation 2021 was a “Hot Mess”

Since Coronation can’t be spelled without C-O-R-O-N-A, the GHS Student Council found it quite apporpriate to roll with it and make this year’s theme, “It’s a Hot Mess”.

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LINCOLN, Neb. – On Jan. 21, 2021, Andy Jobman, a farmer from Gothenburg, was elected as president of the Nebraska Corn Growers Association (NeCGA) following the organization’s annual meeting. The Nebraska Corn Board (NCB) congratulates Jobman on his new role, and Nebraska’s corn checkoff looks forward to working with Jobman and NeCGA for the betterment of the agricultural industry.

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HOLDREGE, Neb. – The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District honored eight employees at their Gothenburg location with certificates of merit for reaching years of service milestones.

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Holdrege, Neb. — Last November, The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District announced that it was in preliminary discussions with the Dawson Public Power District involving a potential consolidation or merger of the two entities. In December, both organizations’ boards agreed to share the costs of retaining a consultant to conduct a study to determine whether a consolidation is an economic and strategic fit that benefits both entities, as well as their customers and stakeholders.

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While we are still early in the new year, it may be time to start planning and thinking about any spring or summer annual forages that we might plant. Part of the process may be anticipating some dry conditions this summer and a need for extra feed or booking seed early for possible discounts.

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PRESS RELEASE– The company Agri Realty has been formed by John Childears to serve central and western Nebraska. Agri Realty provides appraisals and real estate sales for farm, ranch, rural properties. Childears is a 40-year veteran of these services, with additional licenses in Kansas, Colorado, and Wyoming. The appraisals provide substance for financing, estate settlement, court cases and corporate formation. Real estate services include typical private treaty offering, plus sale at public auction. Childears can be contacted at 308-539-4450 or by email at john@agrirealty.net. Agri Realty provides appraisal and real estate sales throughout central and western

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