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U of L's Ware upbeat despite broken leg

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware will travel to the Final Four on his crutches and expects to be a big presence for the Cardinals. Cleared by doctors Wednesday to accompany Louisville to Atlanta, the sophomore tells The...

 
 By Jeff Parsons    Sports    April 3, 2013

Behind The Mask

Hello everyone, it’s that time of the year where the boys of summer take over and another baseball season is about to begin. It’s time to dust off the bleachers, grab a bag of seeds, a cold...

 

Rangers' Darvish flirts with perfection

HOUSTON (AP) — Yu Darvish literally came within inches of perfection. Darvish was one out from a perfect game when Marwin Gonzalez grounded a clean single through the pitcher’s legs, and Texas bea...

 

NRA study suggests trained, armed school staffers

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate gun control debate on the near horizon, a National Rifle Association-sponsored report on Tuesday proposed a program for schools to train selected staffers as armed security officers. The former Republican congressman...

 

Holmes' lawyers: Keep arrest documents secret

CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — Lawyers for Colorado theater shooting suspect James Holmes are objecting to a request by news organizations to make public some investigative documents in the case. Prosecutors say they don’t object to the release as...

 

Colorado suspect slipped ankle bracelet

DENVER (AP) — Evan Spencer Ebel ran up a long list of felony convictions before turning 21, joined a white supremacist gang behind bars, assaulted one prison guard and wrote that he fantasized...

 

RWMC patients advised of re-routing during lobby closure

SCOTTSBLUFF – Expectant parents and their families and friends are advised that access to Regional West’s Birth & Infant Care Center will be re-routed during a construction project that will begin early next week and continue for an estimated 7...

 

New world strategy aims to eradicate polio

WASHINGTON (AP) — A new global plan aims to end most cases of polio by late next year, and essentially eradicate the paralyzing disease by 2018 — if authorities can raise the $5.5 billion needed to do the work, health officials said Tuesday. Part...

 
 By Dave Heineman    Opinion    April 3, 2013

Award winning Nebraska National Guard

The Nebraska National Guard had earned several significant national awards in recent months and I would like to talk more about these awards as well as several other significant events involving the men and women of our Nebraska National Guard....

 

Van Ree's Voice

We are all born with our own special and unique strengths and weaknesses that we will uncover later on in life. Whether we are born male, female, destined to be tall or short, born with hair or without it – we are all different. Some see our more... Full story

 

Leyton Public School Foundation receives funds

On behalf of State Farm and the Western Nebraska State Farm agents, Ron Ahlschwede presented a check for $2,500 to Leyton Public School Foundation (LPSF) board member Cary Linton to be used toward promoting teen driver safety recently. Before the...

 
 By Lisana Eckenrode    News    April 3, 2013

Annual Fireman's Ball this weekend

Most of the year, firefighting is a serious matter. For one night, however, the department gives way to plain old fun. The 134th annual Fireman’s Ball for fire district one is on April 5 at the Cheyenne County fairground’s 4H building. The band s...

 
 By Associated Press    News    April 3, 2013

Nebraska orders Republican River water release

LINCOLN — A Nebraska irrigation district official worries that his area’s next corn crop has been jeopardized by a state order to tap reservoirs so Nebraska can send enough water downriver to Kansas. Nebraska is trying to comply with the 1943...

 

Governor Heineman marks success of 'Walk This Way' with state's top walkers

LINCOLN – Gov. Dave Heineman congratulated state employees who successfully completed the Walk This Way program, which is one of several wellness options available to state workers as part of the...

 
 By John Roark    News    April 3, 2013

Slezak case to be heard in September

The case of Chicago trucker Josef Slezak is headed for a September trial. Cheyenne County District Judge Derek Weimer this morning set two weeks aside to hear testimony in the case against Slezak,...

 
 By Associated Press    News    April 3, 2013

Monheiser admits to embezzling nearly $1.4M

LINCOLN — A former executive at a western Nebraska bank has pleaded guilty to stealing almost $1.4 million from the branch he ran. Matthew Monheiser pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to stealing $1,364,953.66 from the former First National... Full story

 
 By Hannah Van Ree    News    April 3, 2013

Couple gives back to community

One Sidney couple has devoted numerous years to serving their community and they don’t plan on stopping anytime soon. Gene and Margaret Lienemann have been involved in many community activities and... Full story

 

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