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New NU president visits Lexington - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – With more than one-hundred days into his new tenure as University of Nebraska President, Hank Bounds is still settling in. He’s also traveling throughout all of Nebraska. “It is a little bit of a campaign, it’s not about getting ...
Budget time for the City Council - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – Planning is already under way for the 2016 fiscal year for the Lexington City Council. Council members heard a preliminary budget overview during it’s Tuesday evening meeting at the City Chambers office. Lexington City Manager Joe ...
Hospital board meeting - Lexington Clipper Herald
Sharon Wood, standing, speaks during the Tuesday hospital board meeting. Wood said she’s passionate about both the hospital and Dr. Mark Jones, and said she didn’t think it was appropriate for LRHC employees to read letters during board meetings that ...
Trees come down as part of Plum Creek Park restoration - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. - The City of Lexington removed several trees from Plum Creek Park in preparation of a lake restoration project, according to a city official. Assistant City Manager Dennis Burnside said the restoration will include dredging, bank leveling ...
Lex bank comes to terms with regulator - Lexington Clipper Herald
Home Federal Savings and Loan Association of Lexington agreed in June to institute changes as part of an agreement with the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. This, according to documents from the OCC, which announced the formal agreement with the ...
Sonia Howard counseling practice settles into new location - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON,Neb. – Born and raised in Lexington, Sonia Howard had a favorite teacher at Lexington High School. His name was Tim Davis. A longtime educator, recent LHS graduates will most likely remember Davis as a charismatic, caring and hilarious guidance ...
Joe Torres Volleyball Tournament - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – Tournament director Jim Macias was hot, sweating and thinking this might be his last year at directing the Joe Torres Sand Volleyball tournament. As he walked off the court he looked up and for the briefest of moments saw Joe leaning ...
Lucille Hagan - Lexington Clipper Herald
Lucille Irene Hagan, 91, of Lexington, died Sunday, July 26, 2015, at Plum Creek Healthcare Community in Lexington. Funeral Services will be held Friday, July 31, 2015, at 10:30 a.m. at LexChristian Church in Lexington with Pastor Daniel Sauer officiating.
Adine L. Wright - Lexington Clipper Herald
Adine L. Wright, 89, of Lexington died Sunday, July 26, 2015 at Cozad Community Hospital. Mass of Christian Burial will be Thursday, July 30, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Lexington with the Rev. Jose Chavez celebrating. Burial will ...
Randy D. Schroeder - Lexington Clipper Herald
Randy D. Schroeder, 53, of Cozad, died Sunday, July 26, 2015 at Cozad Community Hospital. Funeral services will be at 2:00 pm Thursday at First Christian Church in Elm Creek. Pastor Eric Most will officiate. Burial will be in the Overton Cemetery.
In crusade, Ricketts not as in sync as he thinks - Lexington Clipper Herald
Gov. Pete Ricketts says he draws on his Catholic faith for his positions on gay marriage (against), abortion (against) and the death penalty ... (for). Catholic leaders in the past 40 years have come out resoundingly against the death penalty, citing ...
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. The Ostendorf family reunion will be held Sunday, Aug. 2, 2015 ...
Food safety effort is falling short - Lexington Clipper Herald
Each year, foodborne illness strikes one in six Americans. As a result, says the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 48 million people become ill, with 128,000 requiring hospitalization. Each year these illnesses take around 3,000 lives.
Panama native is an artist, and faces are her canvas - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – The word “driven” could be used to describe artist Julia Borbon. She is a trained graphic designer after attending school at the University of Panama. Moving to the United States, she has started a new family in a new country and ...
Governors rally against feds’ plan for ethanol cut - Lexington Clipper Herald
In a seldom-seen cross-border stand in support of ethanol, the governors of Nebraska and Iowa on Friday urged an embrace of the corn-derived motor fuel as a crucial local industry with vast economic development prospects for all Midwesterners. Nebraska Gov.