LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will prohibit overnight camping at state parks, state recreation and wildlife management areas through May 8.
CALLAWAY PUBLIC SCHOOLS honored the Class of 2020 with a special football stadium lighting ceremony this past Friday evening. Callaway joined what’s been termed the “Be The Light” movement, which recognizes this senior class during these unprecedented times thanks to COVID-19 (coronavirus). Stadium lights were turned on at 8:20 p.m. (which also happens to be 2020 in military time), remaining on for 20 minutes. Callaway School Superintendent Byron Hanson said the lighting was well-received by the community, with several cars pulling up next to the track.
HERE’S WHAT WOULD have been the Hi-Line co-op girls’ track and field team for the 2020 spring season. Front row (from left) Gracie Gibbens, Maggie Walker, Makenzie Clouse, Gracie Campbell, Sydney Vyhildal, Kennedy Brell and Kaydee Diefenbaugh. Second row, Jada Lerdall, Karissa Hodge, Alivia Knoerzer, Gretchen Hodge, Rhiannon Rhone, Sheridan Chaney, Gracie Rushton, Emily Winters and Xandria Pike. Third row, Skyler Oberg, Natalie Malcom, Genesee Knackstedt, Joszelyn Nickelson, Zoey Evans, Cici Lerdall, Rianna Chaney, Alayna Moore, Brooke Brockman and Whitney Dickau. Hadley Martin, Katlynn Parker, Payton Muegerl and Lauren Hickey are not photographed.
HERE’S WHAT WOULD have been the Hi-Line co-op boys’ track and field team for the 2020 spring season. Front row (from left), Evan Niemeier, Ian Corder, Hank Green, Zach Dickau, Nate Hodge and Zeb Knackstedt. Second row, Kyle Hort, Julian Casas, Trevor Jorges, Ayden Moore, Jake Klotz and Ben Tiede. Third row, Syrus Snow, Trestin Bowman, Isaiah Bullis, Kaden Clouse, Elijah Niemeier, Colton Stubbs and Broden Dean. Zacob Evans, Jordan Kranz, Jadeyn Kohl, Carsen Reiners and Nate Redwine are not photographed.