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LINCOLN — The Nebraska Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (NEVOAD) and its community partners will open a Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC) on April 22 at the Lynch Middle/High School gymnasium at 701 Hoffman St. in Lynch 

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The following O'Neill Public High School students have been named as 2018-19 winter season NCPA Academic All-State honorees — Alyssa Eichelberger, basketball; Jiya Chaudhari, speech; Alyssa Moser, speech; Claire Morrow, basketball; Ty Rainforth, wrestling; Andrew Alder, basketball; and Micha…

Sports

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BROKEN BOW — Led by the Meet MVP performance of Blair Gutshall, the O’Neill Lady Eagles finished as runner-up in the Broken Bow Invitational held on Friday, April 5. Gutshall won the high jump and 100 hurdles and placed third in the 200 and was part of the 400 relay that placed third. Gutsha…

Commentary

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Prescription drugs are vitally important to all Americans – every one of us included. Advances in science and technology have opened the doors to treat or cure thousands of diseases which not too long ago would have been considered a death sentence.

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April 15 is National Tax Day and it’s a reminder that we have a long way to go to make Nebraska more competitive on tax policy. Overall, the tax foundation ranks Nebraska 24th nationally for tax climate. As a state that relishes national championships, we should also work to be No. 1 in tax …

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Our office received word this past week that Boyd County has been included in the disaster declaration, making federal funding available for individual assistance. Knox County had previously been included as well as the Santee Sioux Nation. To apply for individual assistance, call Federal Em…

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As citizens of Bellevue will tell you, there is an unmistakable sound that can be heard regularly in the surrounding community. It’s the sound that reminds residents that our nation’s skies are being defended – the distant rumbling of aircraft at Offutt Air Force Base. But after the arrival …

Community

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LINCOLN — Twenty-two members of the O’Neill FCCLA Chapter joined nearly 1,200 other FCCLA members, advisers and guests from across Nebraska at the 2019 State Leadership Conference from April 7-9 in Lincoln.

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LINCOLN — The familiar corn gold and national blue corduroy FFA jackets were seen all over the city of Lincoln from April 3-5. The state capital hosted 32 members of the O’Neill FFA Chapter at the 91st Nebraska State FFA Convention.