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Natural law - McCook Daily Gazette
I read with some amusement the Opinion article in the Gazette, Tuesday, March 3, 2015, titled "Pay attention." The very length of the article conjures up the famous lines in shakespeare's "Hamlet," to wit: "Methinks thou doth protest too much." The article ...
Keeping politics, emotion out of marijuana debate - McCook Daily Gazette
While the Nebraska Legislature considers legalization of marijuana for medical use, Nebraska, Kansas and even Colorado sheriffs are suing the State of Colorado over the state's 2012 legalization of marijuana for recreational use. County attorneys from ...
Alien invasion - McCook Daily Gazette
So Hubby and I have something very serious to share. It involves the safety and livelihood of all humans. We're pretty sure, based on some goings on at our house, that aliens from another planet are coming. Not today and I'm not exactly sure when, but soon!
'Annie Get Your Gun' on stage next week - McCook Daily Gazette
Tyler Rambali and Brendan Funk play the leads in the Southwest Nebraska Community Theatre production of "Annie Get Your Gun." McCOOK, Neb. -- "Annie Get Your Gun" is a musical that opens March 14 with a story that has roots in pioneer days of Southwest ...
Not guilty plea entered in officer assault case - McCook Daily Gazette
McCOOK, Neb. -- A McCook man pleaded not guilty to assaulting a law enforcement officer with a vehicle, among other charges, Monday in Red Willow County District Court. The accused, 55-year-old Timothy S. O'Neil of 1103 W. First Street, is facing a felony ...
Pot calling kettle black on electoral college partisanship? - McCook Daily Gazette
McCOOK, Neb. -- Democratic legislators in Nebraska, who oppose a new bill which would change how the state's electoral votes are divided, claim the legislation is nothing more than partisan politics and at least one Republican legislator is taking ...
The Nebraska High School Basketball All-State Project - Saluting 1959. - McCook Daily Gazette
This is the final retro year we'll review before the jump back into the 70's takes place. Before we pick up where we left off (1977) let's flip the spotlight switch and shine the light on the 1959 season. Before looking at the All-State team, here is a ...
Larry Gene Sigwing - McCook Daily Gazette
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Larry Gene Sigwing, 73, took his last step peacefully to our Heavenly Father on Tuesday, March 3, 2015, while at the Kansas City Hospice House. On March 9, 1941, Larry and his identical twin, Gary, were born to William and Maxine ...
Donald Edward Sughroue - McCook Daily Gazette
CAMBRIDGE, Neb. -- Donald Edward Sughroue, 80, of Cambridge, died Wednesday (March 4, 2015), at Kearney Regional Hospital in Kearney, Nebraska. Rosary will be Saturday, March 7, 2015, at 9:30 a.m. at St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Indianola. Mass of ...
Melva Gohl - McCook Daily Gazette
CULBERTSON, Neb -- Melva Gohl, 94, of Culbertson, died Wednesday (March 4, 2015), at Kearney Regional Hospital in Kearney, Nebraska. Services are pending with Carpenter Breland Funeral Home of McCook.
Official: Water accounting worth $1 billion over 50 years - McCook Daily Gazette
Jesse Bradley, explains the latest developments in Republican River litigation Tuesday afternoon, during the water conference hosted annually by the Middle Republican Natural Resources District. McCOOK, Neb. -- If changes in the accounting procedures of ...
Why are the planets always meeting up with each other? - McCook Daily Gazette
Well, that is two months of the new year we have burned through, now we are starting on the last month of the first quarter of the year. We also have two more planets appearing close to each other in our early evening sky, this time Venus will be helping ...
No mystery how world's richest got that way - McCook Daily Gazette
Southwest Nebraska has its share of wealthy people, but most of us can't imagine what it would be like to be ranked on Forbes magazine's list of the world's richest people. Bill Gates topped the list again, as he has for 16 of the last 21 years, with a net ...
Council OKs Prairie Gold Homes lease - McCook Daily Gazette
McCOOK, Neb. -- The City of McCook approved a one-year lease with Prairie Gold Homes Monday evening, setting the stage for the non-profit to expand Department of Corrections inmate training options available locally. The lease agreement provides a rent ...
On the record - McCook Daily Gazette
This information is gathered at the McCook Public Safety Center, the McCook office of the Nebraska State Patrol, the Red Willow County Courthouse, the Red Willow County Sheriff's Office and the McCook Humane Society. These items are taken from reports ...