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  • Artbeat...Woodcarvers work on display at gallery

    Over 200 hand carved items are being featured at Meadowlark Gallery during the month of September. Local artisans and members of the North Platte and Wauneta carving clubs are the contributors for this month’s show. Local carver Archie Silvrants ...
  • Missionary to present at Zion Church in Grant

    The public is invited to a special mission event at Zion Lutheran Church in Grant, Saturday, Sept. 25 at 7:30 p.m. A potluck dinner will be held prior to the event at 6 p.m. Speaker for the evening is Gary W. Thies, a mission development counselor wi...
  • Free Training conference focuses on stalking

    Deadline for registration is Sept. 9   Investigating stalking and conducting threat assessments in domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking cases are among the topics to be covered in a training conference sponsored by the Nebraska State Patrol...
  • Ogallala Rendezvous set

    The 26th Annual Ogallala Indian Summer Rendezvous is set for Sept. 16-18 under the big tent in downtown Ogallala. Ogallala’s three-day fall festival is full of activities for the whole family.  Throughout the entire event, there will be entertainment,...
  • Rolling Stones scheduled to kick off Fathom events in Holyoke

    Live from Holyoke, it’s The Rolling Stones through Fathom events. The very first Fathom event will take place Thursday, Sept. 16 at the Peerless Theatre. For the first time in over 30 years, legendary concert footage from the tour will be unveiled by...
  • “Antique Road Show” at CWC

    Do you have an antique lying around your house?  Bring it over to the Christian Women’s Club “Antique Road Show” on Thursday, Sept. 16.  The Wallace Community Hall will be the place to bring curios and  trinkets, gadgets and tools.  Lynn Sw...
  • Annual safety conference Oct. 7 in Scottsbluff

    The Nebraska Safety Council of Lincoln is presenting the annual Panhandle Safety Conference and Exposition on Oct. 7 from 8:30 a.m.. to 3:30 p.m. at Western Nebraska Community College in the John N. Harms Advanced Technology Center. This conference is ...
  • Nebraska AIDS project sponsors statewide AIDS walk Sunday

    Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP) will sponsor the annual AIDS Walk “6 Cities, One Walk, One Purpose” on Sunday, Sept. 12 in Kearney and Hastings this year. The walk will be hosted at both locations simultaneously. Hastings will host their walk at the Ha...
  • Outdoor grilling not just for summer

    Labor Day is America’s third most popular outdoor grilling holiday, but not all Americans will pack away the barbecue grill after this celebration.   Outdoor grilling is at an all-time high, nearly double what it was 20 years ago, according to the m...
  • New car wash and laundromat opening east of Grant

      By Jan Rahn Managing Editor Opening in October, Denton Mastre’s new “Soap Box” car and truck wash and laundromat will provide one-stop cleanup just east of Grant along Highway 23. The busy businessman’s venture is his fourth. He current...
  • Majority of PCS students meet or exceed reading standards

    By Jan Rahn Managing Editor Nearly two-thirds of the state’s students met or exceeded the new reading standards according to results released by the Nebraska Department of Education.  Of the 147,337 students in grades three through eight and 11th ...
  • Parents—learn about adolescent zeal for sex and talk to your kids

    By Jan Rahn Managing Editor Parents and other adults in the community are urged to attend a dinner banquet and program to gain education on the reality that kids are having sexual encounters way younger than they think.  “Sex Still Has A Price Tag...
  • Register to vote

    To prepare for the Nov. 2 general election, Secretary of State John Gale urged qualified Nebraska citizens to register to vote. The National Association of Secretaries of State has designated September as National Voter Registration Month. “Once yo...
  • Top prizes given at Madrid Day

    Winners and their categories in the parade or in the vehicle shows at Madrid Day include: Kent Hilferty was awarded top prize and received a plaque for his 1925 John Deere in the tractor show. Wayne Burge (right) took first place for his 1953 John Deere ...
  • Westview residents travel to North Platte

    Westview residents enjoyed a fun trip to North Platte for the Lifestyle Senior Festival on Tuesday, Aug. 24. The group enjoyed comic Bea Fiala and musical entertainment by Melinda Ferree performing music of Patsy Cline, as well as lunch at the Quality I...
  • Three-year-old donates to worthy cause

    Caylie Clouse of Utica proudly displays her blonde locks that she recently donated to Locks of Love, an organization that makes hairpieces for children with medical hair loss. The three-year-old is the daughter of Spencer and Michelle Clouse, and the gr...
  • It’s Homecoming Week!

    The student body got into character Tuesday—their favorite character-—showing their spirit during “Homecoming Week.” For four days this week, kids are taking part in dress-up, water-balloon toss, marshmallow eating, jersey auction, tug of war, p...
  • City council votes down runway but will pursue weather system

    By Jan Rahn Managing Editor Choosing to focus on repair of existing taxi lanes and installation of a new weather system , the Grant City Council voted down a new cross-wind turf runway at Grant Municipal Airport.  The taxi lanes to the hanger are in...
  • Presenting “Grease—(the high school version)”

     It’s 1959 at Rydell High, The Burger Palace Boys and the Pink Ladies are at it again in this fun-filled romp through the days of Rickie Nelson, Elvis and Johnny Casino (Quinton Hite) and the Gamblers.   Come see the romance between Sandy D (Tori...
  • Frenchman Valley Co-op finishes the year with $7.288 million in local savings

    By Russ Pankonin The Imperial Republican After coming off a record  year in 2009, Frenchman Valley Coop General Manager Jim Chism summed  up fiscal year (FY) 2010, which ended Jan. 31, 2010, as a “reasonably good year.” Chism reported to the co...