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Fairgrounds manager position remains open
Much to everyone's surprise, a South Dakota woman chosen to fill the vacated Adams County Fairgrounds manager seat has declined the offer, Ag Society President Randy Queen said this morning.
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Seiler: Regional center project held in committee
Discussion on a project to revamp the Hastings Regional Center is on hold until the new governor finishes hiring department directors, state Sen. Les Seiler said during Coffee with the Senator on Saturday at Kitty's Roadhouse.
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Low-cost blood work always a good draw
From humble beginnings as an informational fair at the Imperial Mall, the Vital Signs Health Fair reached its 30th year this weekend.
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Huskers sweep No. 16 Longhorns
On Saturday, the Nebraska baseball team outlasted 16th-ranked Texas in a 15-inning 1-0 victory, clinching the series.
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Kuta, defense shine in 4-2 win over Morningside
After playing all of last year's home games at Smith Softball Complex, head coach Steve Spongberg and the rest of the Hastings College baseball team were ready Saturday to get back to playing games at Duncan Field.
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Williams hits walk-off single in win over Briar Cliff
After committing five errors in what head coach Steve Spongberg called a disappointing 11-6 loss in game one Sunday to Briar Cliff, the Broncos responded with a "grind-it-out-victory" in game two by the score of 3-2 that required a walk-off base hit from junior Nick Williams.
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Broncos host own track invite
In the first outdoor and only home meet of the season Saturday, Hastings College's track and field team built off of where it was successful during the indoor season.
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Marcia Faye Hurley
Former Hebron resident Marcia Faye Hurley, 65, of Grand Island died Wednesday, March 25, 2015. Service and celebration of her life were Monday, March 30, at All Faiths Funeral Home in Grand Island. Burial was in Westlawn Memorial Park Cemetery.
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