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Articles from the August 12, 2013 edition

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Precautions recommended after West Nile cases confirmed

West Nile has spread from mosquitoes to humans in the panhandle. Four human cases of the disease have been confirmed so far in Nebraska, as of July 26. One human case was found in Scottsbluff within the past few weeks. The other three cases were in... Full story

 By Floyd Brandt    News    August 12, 2013

Night of Hope raises $43,000 for cancer patients

Night of Hope was held at Legion Park Aug. 9. The event celebrates the victims and survivors of cancer, as well as their families, in Cheyenne County and surrounding area. This year’s effort raised... Full story


Harvest "all over the board"

This summer ’s wheat harvest was a mixed bag— low on yield, high on quality. And recent rain has spurred optimistism about fall crops. Farmers were cutting wheat for a more extended time period than is usual and fields yielded less than an...


Are genetically modified crops the way of the future?

This is the first part of a two-part feature focusing on the role of genetically-modified crops. “Improving agriculture. Improving lives.” The biotechnology giant Monsanto remains in the middle... Full story


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