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  • Faces of Tribland: Jay and Barb Landell Faces of Tribland: Jay and Barb Landell There were plenty of good reasons why the United Way of South Central Nebraska tapped Jay and Barb...
  • HU confident in plan HU confident in plan The cornfield along the west side of North Baltimore Avenue between West 18th Street and Pacific Boulevard soon will be replaced by a pair of...
  • Dancers make their way to town Dancers make their way to town Square and round dancing have been around for ages. But to compare them and say they are the same would be a mistake...
  • Miscues haunt Hastings High against Aurora Miscues haunt Hastings High against Aurora When the Hastings High football team watches film on Friday’s game against Aurora, it will only...
  • Adams Central falls to No. 9 Scottsbluff Adams Central falls to No. 9 Scottsbluff Adams Central raced to an early lead, but the Patriots but couldn’t keep up the pace, as Scottsbluff powered to a 36-19 win Friday...
  • Silver Lake takes care of Santee Silver Lake takes care of Santee BLADEN — The scoring in the first half was quick and often Friday afternoon for Silver Lake as the Mustangs dominated Santee...
 

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HU confident about Aquifer Storage and Restoration Project
The cornfield along the west side of North Baltimore Avenue between West 18th Street and Pacific Boulevard soon will be replaced by a pair of lagoons on top of a 14-foot-tall berm.
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Bid protest finished
Western Alternative Corrections now has another shot at a multimillion-dollar federal contract for providing federal prisoner residential re-entry services.
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Faces of Business: Jay and Barb Landell
There were plenty of good reasons why the United Way of South Central Nebraska tapped Jay and Barb Landell to lead its annual fundraising campaign.
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Dancers make their way to town
Square and round dancing have been around for ages. But to compare them and say they are the same would be a mistake.
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Adams Central falls to No. 9 Scottsbluff
Adams Central raced to an early lead, but the Patriots but couldn’t keep up the pace, as Scottsbluff powered to a 36-19 win Friday.
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Miscues haunt Hastings High against Aurora
When the Hastings High football team watches film on Friday’s game against Aurora, it will only be able to think about what could have been.
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Silver Lake takes care of Santee
BLADEN — The scoring in the first half was quick and often Friday afternoon for Silver Lake as the Mustangs dominated Santee at home 82-14.
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Red Cloud outlasts Harvard
HARVARD — In a back-and-forth game, the Red Cloud Warriors outlasted the Harvard Cardinals 36-24 Friday night in Harvard.
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Gary L. Lammers
Gary L. Lammers, 72, of Bladen, Nebraska, died Tuesday, September 16, 2014, at Mary Lanning Healthcare, Hastings, Nebraska. Services are 2 p.m. Friday at the Merten-Butler Mortuary Chapel in Blue Hill, Nebraska, with Rev. Connie Karr officiating. Burial will be in East Lawn Cemetery in Bladen, Nebraska. Visitation is 9 a.m. to time of service Friday. A memorial has been established to be designated at a later date. Casual attire is requested as that is what Gary would have wanted. Merten-Butler Mortuary, Blue Hill, Nebraska, is in charge of arrangements.
Glen O. Lamphiear
Hastings resident Glen O. Lamphiear, 89, died Wednesday, September 17, 2014, at the Grand Island Veterans Home in Grand Island. Services are pending with Apfel Funeral Home in Hastings.
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