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Commissioners approve tower - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – Dawson County Commissioners approved the construction of a Horvath Tower west of Johnson Lake that will be used for communications services. The 195-foot freestanding tower will have no guide wires and is expected to have lights on top.
Lexington library hoping for new chairs - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – The Friends of the Library, a group of volunteer advocates and ambassadors for Lexington Public Library, are spearheading the Give BIG Lexington fundraising campaign for the library. The Friends of the Library are hoping enough ...
Evelyn J. Zabloudil - Lexington Clipper Herald
Evelyn J. Zabloudil, 77, of Kearney, died Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 at Mt. Carmel Home Keens Memorial. Mass of Christian Burial will be Monday, Oct. 20, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. at the St. James Catholic Church with Fr. Joe Hannappel and Fr. Tom Mulowney officiating.
Give BIG provides funds for Lexington Ministerial Association to help needy - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – The Lexington Ministerial Association, made up of a group of local pastors supported by their churches, is one of the groups that will participate in Give BIG Lexington. Known as the LMA, the group collects donations from churches and ...
Teachers praise LHS, LMS admins - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – It was a good night for Lexington Public Schools at the Sept. 24 Nebraska State Association of Secondary School Principals Region IV awards banquet in Kearney. Three LPS principals won administrator of year awards: Kyle Hoehner for High ...
Think tank: Nebraska 49th in state money for schools - Lexington Clipper Herald
A non-partisan group hopes to stimulate discussion in Nebraska over how education is funded in the state. The Open Sky Policy Institute was founded three years ago on the premise that state lawmakers and the press did not have easy access to objective ...
Around Town - Lexington Clipper Herald
The AroundTown section of the Clipper-Herald is to notify the public of upcoming events and to publicize pertinent information from individuals, groups or organizations that are not for profit. Miller Dances: All Dances start at 7 p.m. Bring finger food ...
Study focuses on immigration reform at local level - Lexington Clipper Herald
Whether immigration reform eventually is enacted at the federal level is immaterial when it comes to state and local policies adopted to deal with the immigrants who are already here, said Julianna Kerr, immigration initiative director for the Chicago ...
Phillips seed corn plant has impact on Nebraska, the world - Lexington Clipper Herald
PHILLIPS — State and local officials gathered Wednesday at Syngenta in Phillips to show off another step forward for agriculture in Nebraska and around the world. Gov. Dave Heineman, U.S. Rep. Adrian Smith and state Sen. Annette Dubas joined Site Manager ...
Delayed diploma: Woman honored as graduate after WWII halted education - Lexington Clipper Herald
She was in her final semester in high school when life changed for Gladys Faye (Eggers) Laune. Times were hard in the early 1940s in the midst of World War II. Due to dire circumstances, Laune was forced to drop out of school to help with a large family of ...
No hate in this debate - Lexington Clipper Herald
Both Roric Paulman and Mike Groene are established Lincoln County businessmen, advocates of social awareness and passionate about helping the people of District 42, whether or not they get elected on Nov. 4 to the Nebraska State Senate. The two candidates ...
Five worthy candidates - Lexington Clipper Herald
The Nebraska Legislature handles issues that have wide-ranging impacts on the state, from budgeting and economic development incentives to school funding and water policy. The men and women who serve need to demonstrate a high level of dedication in ...
Ricketts, Williams campaign together in Gothenburg - Lexington Clipper Herald
GOTHENBURG, Neb. – With the election weeks away, Republican gubernatorial candidate Pete Ricketts teamed up with close friend and fellow candidate for political office, Matt Williams, at a campaign event in downtown Gothenburg Thursday. Williams is ...
Dawson County prosecutor honored - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – In recognition of his involvement collaborating with Nebraska Conservation Officers on several cases involving game violations, Matt Neher, deputy county attorney for Dawson County was chosen as the 2014 prosecutor of the year by the ...
Lillias J. Davenport - Lexington Clipper Herald
Lillias J. Davenport, 81, of Overton, died Monday, Oct. 13, 2014, at CHI Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney. Funeral Services will be held Friday, Oct. 17, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in Overton with the Rev. Dennis Wheeler officiating.