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Clean up ahead of Lex family fishing event - Lexington Clipper Herald
In preparation for Saturday’s Plum Creek City Pond Family Trout Fishing event, seventh graders at Lexington Middle School got a lesson in stewardship. Being a steward means to take responsibility or take care of something. Since Plum Creek Park is a ...
Eerie-themed exhibit at museum until Halloween - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – Just in time for Halloween, a new creepy exhibit at the Dawson County Museum called Eerie Echoes is on display. Motivation for the exhibit comes from the saying, “If these walls could talk, oh, the stories they could tell,” said ...
Grand Island schools plan presentations on social media for parents - Lexington Clipper Herald
Lincoln attorney Karen Haase will give a presentation called "Parenting in a Digital World" at two different Grand Island schools this week and next. Haase will talk to Grand Island Central Catholic students on Tuesday afternoon and will speak to parents ...
Candidate says he’ll pay off tax debt - Lexington Clipper Herald
LINCOLN — A candidate for the Nebraska Legislature said Monday that he plans to pay a $16,677 federal tax debt today. Bob Tiemann, who is running in southeast Nebraska’s 30th District, was contacted late Friday by The World-Herald about a federal tax ...
Hassebrook defines own label - Lexington Clipper Herald
In Chuck Hassebrook’s world, bigger is not always better. The Democratic candidate for governor, whose rural roots run as deep as the creases in his scuffed-up cowboy boots, has spent his entire adult life working in support of all things small in ...
Ricketts brings the right skills - Lexington Clipper Herald
Nebraska’s next governor faces two important but different jobs. First, he must continue growing a state economy that came through the Great Recession better than most but still faces challenges. Attracting and retaining people and good jobs for them ...
Youth outreach key for Pheasants Forever in Lex - Lexington Clipper Herald
The Dawson County Pheasants Forever Banquet was Oct. 18, and drew a strong turnout. The annual banquet is one of the organization’s key fundraisers. Member Norm Naylor said that youth outreach is a big part of Pheasants Forever’s mission. “Every ...
Despite reservations, Cozad Council forwards firefighter ordinance to second reading - Lexington Clipper Herald
COZAD, Neb. - Monday night the Cozad City Council advanced to a second reading an ordinance to allow volunteer firefighters to hold city office. This, despite the fact that city officials still worry over potential problems the move could cause. Cozad ...
Bound for Kearney - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. – After being involved with Lexington High School Marching Band for 17 years, band director Chad Scharff has continued a tradition of high achievement amidst a constantly growing number of students in the band. One of the most helpful ...
Write-in candidate for airport authority - Lexington Clipper Herald
Rex Adams, pastor of Calvary Assembly of God Church in Lexington, is no stranger to the Lexington Airport Authority. Adams already serves on the board after he was appointed to fill a seat by Lexington Airport Manager Nathan Masten after a member who ...
Write-ins seeking seats on Lex School Board - Lexington Clipper Herald
LEXINGTON, Neb. - Three candidates are waging write-in campaigns for seats on the Lexington School Board. Retired teacher Roger Reutlinger is one of them. Reutlinger, a lifelong resident of Lexington who was a teacher for 40 years, said he talked to ...
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 Reil family is having an open house to celebrate Bob Reil ...
Hart and Connelly Engagement - Lexington Clipper Herald
Bruce and MJ Hart of Cozad are pleased to announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dr. Natalie Carver Hart to Mr. Daniel Nathan Connolly, son of Paul and Heidi Connolly of Bonita Springs, Fla., formerly of Medina, Ohio.
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 ...