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Tips for creating your own healthy, homemade meals - McCook Daily Gazette
The start of a new school year means less time to think about dinner. The good news is, with just a little advance planning and these three easy tips, in no time you'll be whipping up wholesome "A+" meals your family will love. Stock Your Pantry Add canned ...
Honey Bunches of Mess - McCook Daily Gazette
Declan made it through his first week of fourth grade recently and our daily schedule is beginning to settle down after a whirlwind of a summer. He is as much a joy to be around as ever and continues to find new ways set morning-madness standards.
Upcoming genealogy events - McCook Daily Gazette
How did it get to be the last week of August? My Frontier County article is going to have to wait a week since I looked at the calendar and realized I needed to let you all know about some upcoming classes and events that will be fun for the "beginner ...
Howard birth - McCook Daily Gazette
Ryan and Heather Howard of Lincoln, Nebraska, announce the birth of their son, Abram Lucas Howard, born July 23, 2015, at Bryan East in Lincoln. He weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and measured 18.75 inches long. He has two sisters, Hailey, 9, and Aubrey, 7.
Better nutrition for better health program Sept. 23 - McCook Daily Gazette
OBERLIN, Kan. -- An apple a day can help keep aches and pains away. Find out how small changes in your diet can add up to big health benefits during a free nutrition program on Wednesday, Sept. 23 at the Golden Age Center in Oberlin, from 3 to 4 p.m. The ...
Be careful what you say - McCook Daily Gazette
I just want to say sorry to my daughter's elementary school right now! Since it's early in the school year, I wanna go ahead and get my apology on the table before she actually says anything so everyone at the school knows I'm already aware it's coming and ...
On-air killing, death penalty and gun control - McCook Daily Gazette
Wednesday's on-air murder of a reporter and camera man hit close to home for journalists of all stripes, television reporters specifically. It was an especially tough broadcast for the anchorwoman of the area ABC affiliate, NTV's Colleen Williams, who also ...
Hospital visit - McCook Daily Gazette
To promote the sport of rodeo, Miss Southwest Nebraska Rodeo Queen 2014 Chesney Friehe, left, and Miss Wilsonville Rodeo Junior Queen 2015 Chayse Friehe visit with Bonnie Stevens during the queens' visits recently to Cambridge Memorial Hospital and ...
Gymnastics Academy gets more than $50K for new gym - McCook Daily Gazette
Robyn Rouse, owner and coach at Northwest Kansas Gymnastics Academy in Oberlin, Kansas, helps a new student with a tumbling maneuver. Grants of more than $50,000 awarded to the academy will go toward a new building and state-of-the-art gymnastic equipment.
Fischer: Keep pot illegal - McCook Daily Gazette
U.S. Sen. Deb Fischer, left, visits with Pam Potthoff of Trenton, Nebraska, during a public forum at the Keystone Business Center Tuesday morning. Potthoff is the Nebraska president for Woman Involved in Farm Economics, an organization dedicated to ...
Keeping Orphan Train stories alive - McCook Daily Gazette
McCOOK, Neb. -- Charlotte Endorf of Hadar, Nebraska, holds a picture of a little boy adopted from an "Orphan Train," one of hundreds that ran from New York City to the Midwest between 1854 and 1929, carrying a quarter-million orphaned and abandoned ...
Valuation increases enable college to reduce tax levy - McCook Daily Gazette
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. -- Valuation increases have enabled Mid-Plains Community College to reduce its tax levy from 8.2 cents per $100 valuation to 7.8 cents while increasing its general fund budget by about a million dollars. MPCC's overall valuation for ...
Donors' selfless acts mean life for others - McCook Daily Gazette
Blood donations drop off during the summer, so it was good to see the donors who turned out for Tuesday's Red Cross collection at the Red Willow County Fairgrounds, and we hope today's turnout, ending at 5 p.m., helps boost the supply as well. The next ...
Motorcycle sidecar ride only latest adventure for Hillcrest resident - McCook Daily Gazette
Ninety-year-old Phoebe Bullis laughs with delight in the sidecar as Jim Howard pulls his Honda motorcycle back into the parking lot at Hillcrest Nursing Home in McCook, Nebraska, Tuesday afternoon. McCOOK, Neb. -- "Why not?" Phoebe Bullis exclaimed , a ...
Early morning accident - McCook Daily Gazette
A car sits high-centered early this morning on a drive-way retaining wall between homes at 913 and 915 West J in McCook. The driver, the lone occupant, was taken to Community Hospital of McCook. Ginger Cash, the homeowner of 913 West J, said, "The tree ...