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Judge throws out NE same-sex marriage ban, but state has time to file an appeal - Lexington Clipper Herald
A federal district judge in Nebraska effectively struck down the state’s gay marriage ban today, but don’t expect same-sex marriages to happen any time soon. U.S. District Judge Joseph Bataillon gave the go-ahead for gay couples to wed beginning March ...

Still far apart - Lexington Clipper Herald
The tone of the Feb. 24 meeting of the Lexington hospital board was reminiscent of some of the contentious meetings of 2014. The relationship between Lexington Regional Health Care Center and Plum Creek Medical Group was again front and center during the ...

Lex library to offer financial education training in March - Lexington Clipper Herald
A kick-off event to launch Lexington Public Library’s financial education training is scheduled on March 5 at 3:00 p.m. Library staff recommends participants and guests register by stopping by or contacting the library at 324-2151 or kthomsen@ ...

Commissioners approve lake trails easement - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – Dawson County Commissioners approved application in the Merriweather area for an part of the Johnson Lake Trails Friday morning. Commissioners also approved a cooperative use agreement of 911 customer premise equipment at their meeting.

Council OKs road plan, pool project - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – A mix of long-term business items and short-term items filled up the agenda for the Lexington City Council Tuesday evening. Members approved the one and six-year road plans for 2015 and also approved a low-bid for a paint restoration ...

Overton and Elwood speech update - Lexington Clipper Herald
With district speech meets looming in March, area speech teams are busy pushing themselves during the last stretch of the regular season. The Overton speech team had two speakers place in the top five in the speaking categories at the Fort Kearny ...

Attempt to stifle public discussion is way off-base - Lexington Clipper Herald
I wish to address the comments of the Lexington hospital board president at the Feb. 24 board meeting. The board president expressed frustration at the hospital being bashed (his word) and took to task board member Dr. Mark Jones and the other Plum Creek ...

Stothert keeps focus on cutting crime - Lexington Clipper Herald
After a particularly violent January in Omaha, Mayor Jean Stothert confronted violent crime in her annual State of the City speech. Stothert has often said that crime is her No. 1 priority. She spent much of Wednesday’s speech talking about the community ...

Ruth and Virgil Hatch to celebrate 70th Anniversary - Lexington Clipper Herald
Ruth and Virgil Hatch will celebrate 70 years of marriage on March 3, 2015. They will be honored at a family dinner. Their children, Jerry and Hing Wah Hatch, Larry and Anita Hatch and Rick and Deb Thiems, and families invite friends and family to send ...

YWCA recognizes women of distinction - Lexington Clipper Herald
Kris Nolan Brown, CEO of Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska, was named as the YWCA's 2015 Woman of Distinction during a Thursday evening banquet that recognized women's accomplishments throughout Grand Island. In an evening that included both laughter ...

York County landowners win injunction to halt eminent domain - Lexington Clipper Herald
YORK — District Court Judge Mary Gilbride has granted York County landowners’ motion for a temporary injunction to halt TransCanada's use of eminent domain for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. The hearing was held Thursday morning, with local ...

County jail would like more state inmates - Lexington Clipper Herald
Since state inmates arrived at the Hall County Jail in July, the number of loved ones communicating with inmates via long-distance video has increased substantially. Relatives and friends may communicate with prisoners over a Skype-type service for up to ...

Victims in fatal crash near Cozad identified - Lexington Clipper Herald
(Cozad, Neb.)- Three people were killed and five other injured in a two vehicle accident on Interstate 80 near the Cozad exit in Dawson County. The crash occurred around 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, February 25, when the driver of a westbound 2005 Jeep Liberty ...

Fatality collision near Cozad Wednesday night - Lexington Clipper Herald
A two-vehicle collision left three dead and five others injured near Cozad Wednesday. The Nebraska State Patrol said a westbound vehicle lost control at approximately 6:30 p.m. The vehicle crossed the median and struck a vehicle travelling east. Three ...

Weekend of excellence - Lexington Clipper Herald
Years of practice and attending the Nebraska State Cheer and Dance competition in Grand Island paid off for Lexington and Cozad squads on Saturday. The Cozad Cheerleaders, an annual contender for the title, beat out 15 teams in the Class C1 Non-Tumbling ...

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