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Lex man shot in Holdrege, police searching for the shooter - Lexington Clipper Herald
Police are seeking a man believed to be responsible for shooting a Lexington man in Holdrege Thursday night. According to a statement from the Holdrege Police Department, officers were summoned shortly after 11 p.m. on the report of a man who was shot in ...
Lexington Regional Health Center adds new orthopedic surgeon - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON – Lexington Regional Health Center is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Anthony Sanchez, an orthopedic surgeon. He will start seeing patients at Lexington Regional Health Center (LRHC) on Tuesday, April 28. “We are extremely excited to ...
Drug crackdown includes Dawson County, leads to 25 busts - Lexington Clipper Herald
(North Platte, Neb.)- A special enforcement encompassing five counties in west-central Nebraska led to the arrest of 25 individuals on drug charges. The special enforcement in Dawson, Dundy, Custer, Harlan and Keith Counties involved high visibility ...
New Y Display Honors $5.8 Million in Donations - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON - A new donor recognition display at the Orthman Community YMCA acknowledges $5.8 million in gifts to build the new Y. "This facility would not be possible without the vision and generosity of the donors who are represented on this wall,” said ...
A strange session - Lexington Clipper Herald
COZAD, Neb. – At the last Eggs n’ Issues forum in Cozad on Saturday, State Senator Matt Williams described his first legislative session as going very well but strange. “Some major pieces of legislation have been filibustered and some pieces of ...
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. A card shower is suggested for Richard Helvey who is a patient ...
Henry William Stewart - Lexington Clipper Herald
A son, Henry William Stewart, was born March 27, 2015 to Sgt. Ben and Kelly Stewart of San Clemente, Calif. He weighed 8 lbs., 8.2 oz., and was 20.5 in. long. Maternal grandparents are Larry and Beth Strong of Lewisville, Texas. Paternal grandparents are ...
Plum Creek Motors supports Paw Prints - Lexington Clipper Herald
When Plum Creek Motors in Lexington heard about a small group of DawsonCounty residents organizing an animal organization they wanted to help. "Paw Prints in DawsonCounty is going to help low income pet owners spay and neuter cats and dogs. Spaying and ...
DAR Bonneville Chapter holds April meeting - Lexington Clipper Herald
Bonneville Chapter National Society Daughters of American Revolution met on Tuesday, April 14, 2015, at Kirk’s Nebraskaland Restaurant. Regent Donna Hall presided at the meeting and led the group with The Pledge of Allegiance, The American’s Creed ...
Lex unemployment trails state average - Lexington Clipper Herald
LINCOLN- The Lexington area’s unemployment is slightly higher than the state average but is still below three percent. The Nebraska Department of Labor (NDOL) announced this week that Nebraska’s preliminary unemployment rate for March was 2.6 percent ...
Personal property schedules deadline approaching - Lexington Clipper Herald
Property owners are nearing the May 1 deadline to file 2015 personal property schedules, Dawson County Assessor John Moore said this week. Letters were sent in January for those who still have taxable items The letters included an updated preprinted form.
Clipper-Herald earns eight NPA awards - Lexington Clipper Herald
The Lexington Clipper-Herald received eight Nebraska Press Association awards at the NPA’s annual awards banquet Saturday in Lincoln. The Clipper-Herald received second place awards in the Building Circulation and Youth Coverage categories. For ...
Effort underway to overhaul No Child Left Behind - Lexington Clipper Herald
Last week the U.S. Senate Education Committee started work offering amendments to a bill that would seek to reform the No Child Left Behind Law. The state accountability education law was passed in the early 2001 by President George W. Bush and is in need ...
$17 million at risk if food stamp applications drag - Lexington Clipper Herald
LINCOLN — Too many more delays in approving or denying food stamp applications could cost Nebraska nearly $17 million a year in federal funds. But state officials said Friday that they are “absolutely” confident Nebraska can improve its performance ...
Paw Prints - Lexington Clipper Herald
Photo: Courtesy photo Paw Prints in Dawson County President Rosalie Mayfield and Vice President Jeff McNinch accepted a $1000 donation from Plum Creek Motors. | Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 5:44 pm