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The CWCE Renegades played the St. Mary's Cards last Thursday, Oct. 3 in O'Neill and gave the Cards a bit of the same action the Cards gave to Stuart the week before with the score being on the wrong side for the Cards who lost 42-6 at home.

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The O’Neill Eagles competed in two meets last week. The team went to the UNK Invitational. Twenty-seven girl teams with 246 runners competed in the girls race and thirty-four boys teams with 348 runners competed in the Class C division.

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STUART - The St. Mary's Cardinals came to town Thursday night ready to play and handed the Stuart Broncos a tough 36 point loss winnings 42-6.

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"Friday night for homecoming the Eagles took on the Gothenburg Swedes. In the first half, there were a lot of good things for the Eagles on both sides of the ball. Up until the final 2:30 of the half, the Eagles had out-yarded the Swedes. 

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The crowd at Tuesday's, Sept. 17 non-league bout between the Lutheran-Northeast Eagles from Norfolk and the host O'Neill Eagles saw Lutheran-Northeast's volleyball squad beat O'Neill by a tally of 3-1. Set one found Lutheran-Northeast getting an easy 25-14 win. In the second set, O'Neill kep…

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Like many Nebraskans, I enjoy hunting and fishing, and these activities have instilled in me an enduring love for the outdoors. There’s no better way to take in the beauty of Nebraska, whether it’s on a turkey hunt in the Pine Ridge or spending a quiet evening fishing at a community pond. Hu…

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From the start of his term, President Donald Trump has voiced his support for investing in our nation’s infrastructure. I think we should take him up on his offer. In April, he showed his commitment when he issued two executive orders aimed at removing regulatory burdens and streamlining the…

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There are two documents of paramount importance to American history: the Declaration of Independence, which forged our national identity, and the U.S. Constitution, which set forth the framework for the federal government that is still in use today. While Independence Day is a beloved nation…

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LINCOLN — On the 30th anniversary of National Recovery Month in September, it’s more important than ever to spread the message that treatment is effective and that people can and do recover every day.

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ATKINSON — West Holt Public Schools in Atkinson announced its Homecoming royalty on Friday, Sept. 20. Named as this year's royalty were King Jaegher Odgen and Queen Ellie Burkinshaw.