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LEXINGTON — October is known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in America. Organizations use this month to collectively increase awareness about the disease and raise money for research on cause, prevention, and treatment of breast cancer. According to breastcancer.org, an expected 330,080 wo…

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LEXINGTON — “On the Air,” a tribute to Bob Hope and Radio Stars of the 1940s will be coming to the Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles in Lexington on Sunday, Nov 11 at 3:00 p.m.

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COZAD — Casey’s in Cozad last day open before renovations start will be Sunday Oct. 28. The station will be leveled in order to build a bigger truck plaza on site.

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LEXINGTON — Lexington Mayor John Fagot signed a “Extra Mile” proclamation on Tuesday, Oct. 9 to honor those individuals in the community who go the extra mile in personal effort, volunteerism and service. The proclamation also named Nov. 1, 2018 as “Extra Mile Day.”

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LEXINGTON — The Lexington Regional Health Center held its second annual Drink for Pink event at Plum Creek Market Place on Thursday, Oct. 11 2018. The wine tasting event centered on raising awareness for breast cancer, celebrating those who are fighting it, those who have survived it and hon…

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LEXINGTON — After 13 years in Lexington, Sonic is closing its doors. The drive-in restaurant closed on Tuesday, Oct. 9.

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Stories of domestic violence are commonplace in Nebraska, even in Dawson and Gosper County. Far too often, we read about men who shoot their wives or girlfriends and then turn the gun on themselves. We hear about children who witness abuse at home and, in some cases are also abused themselve…

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LEXINGTON — The Lexington Regional Health Center sponsored a Wellness Connection on Thursday, Oct. 4 which focused on breast cancer awareness and breast health. Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner, Julie Thies led the presentation which was provided by the nonprofit organization Susan G. Komen…

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LEXINGTON — Jane Raybould, U.S. Senate hopeful, spoke with the Lexington Clipper-Herald on Wednesday, Oct. 3 during a phone interview. She spoke about trade, tariffs, healthcare, agriculture issues and student loan debt.

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LEXINGTON — Senator Matt Williams visited Lexington High School on Thursday, Oct. 4 and spoke to Zack Wayman’s third period United States government class. Williams also toured the school and visited one of the English Learner classes.

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LEXINGTON — Lexington Public Schools and the Lexington Police Department are investigating the threat of violence found in a boys bathroom at Lexington High School on Thursday, Oct. 4.

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A threat of violence  was found in a boys bathroom at Lexington High School today, Thursday, Oct. 4. The threat was discovered in one of boys bathroom and indicated violence will allegedly take place on Friday, Oct. 5.

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LEXINGTON — In early March 2016, hairstylist Lori Earl, 46, picked up a blow dryer at the hair salon and suddenly thought she was going to throw up. She was sweaty. She felt pain and heaviness in her chest.

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KRVN Radio’s summer vehicle registration culminated Tuesday October 2nd with the delivery to it’s winner Juan Lazo of Lexington. Lazo registered at BHA Real Estate in Lexington. The KRVN crew surprised him with the delivery of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler after he left work. In addition BHA Real E…

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Cozad Development Corporation wants artists for palette display

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GOTHENBURG — Dawson Area Development hosted a seminar lead by Senator Matt Williams and Jerry Deichert, retired director for the Center of Public Affairs Research at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The seminar was held in the Sun Theatre on Wednesday, Sept. 27.

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LEXINGTON — The Lexington Regional Health Center (LRHC) held their board of directors meeting on Monday, Sept. 24. The board listened to the 2018 fiscal audit and approved the pension plan for the hospital staff.

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LEXINGTON — An eight foot bench was placed in Plum Creek Park by the Lexington Lions Club to commemorate the Lions International Centennial (1917-2017) and to remember long time Lions member Jess Bliven. The unveiling of the bench took place on Wednesday, Sept. 26 in the park.

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GOTHENBURG — Country Partners Cooperative strives to meet producers’ needs this harvest with new grain facilities in two locations to provide additional storage. It is pleased to announce the opening of its new bin facility in Cedar Rapids, Nebraska, which is now accepting soybeans.

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LINCOLN — Doug Keller, owner of Eustis Body Shop and Assistant Manager Ryan Clark are proud to announce their sixth Nebraska location at 88th and Highway 2 in Lincoln. The new, state-of-the-art shop is equipped with the latest auto body repair technology and certified technicians to perform …

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LINCOLN – The Nebraska Corn Growers Association and the Nebraska Soybean Association are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the 2019 Corn and Soy Ambassador Program. The Corn and Soy Ambassador Program is a year long program for college students who are interested in lear…

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LEXINGTON — The Orthman Community YMCA held its second Transportation Celebration at Jim Kelly Field/Lexington Airport on Saturday, Sept. 22. The event showcased over 30 vehicles from 30 businesses from around the Dawson County area. The main focus of the event was to show children who atten…

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KEARNEY — Odwuar Quinonez did not expect to become the Homecoming King at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. He looked around at the other finalists and thought that he was in a group of great leaders on campus that would surely win. Quinonez wasn’t even nominated in high school so he fe…

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LEXINGTON — Senator Deb Fischer visited the Lexington Clipper-Herald on Thursday, Sept. 20 as part of a tour of the state, listening to citizens’ comments and concerns and speaking about her work in the Senate.

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LEXINGTON — Runza has officially arrived in Lexington. The restaurant opened its doors to the public on at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19 2018.

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HASTINGS — The Adams County Sheriff’s Department along with the Nebraska State Patrol is investigating a fatality accident. The collision occurred approximately at 1:40 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at Maxon Ave. and J St. in Adams County.

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OVERTON — Another successful block party was held by the Overton Barbecue Block Party Committee on Saturday, Aug. 4. Block Party Committee president Jeff Carlson said that this was the third year the event had been held and that it is always the first Saturday in August. Carlson said around …

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BERTRAND — Lexington Regional Health Center hosted an open house for their new clinic in Bertrand on Wednesday, Sept. 12. The clinic officially opened on Monday, Sept. 10 and is the latest in LRHC’s efforts to bring quality healthcare to rural areas.

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JOHNSON LAKE — The 13th Annual United Way Golf Tournament was held Wednesday, Sept. 12 at Lakeside Golf Club. Eight teams participated in the tournament which helps to raise funds for local agencies and programs.

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COZAD — At halftime of the Cozad versus Sidney football game on Friday, Sept. 14, Tim Hansen and his late wife Bonnie were named recipients of the sixth annual Make Your Mark on Cozad award and were presented a plaque by Cozad Library Foundation President Claire Bazata.

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KEARNEY – Odwuar Quiñ-onez of Lexington and Anna Wegener of Lindsay were crowned homecoming king and queen Thursday at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.