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  • Sandhill cranes making migration through state

        One of the great spectacles of the natural world—the migration of 650,000 sandhill cranes—has begun.    From March through mid-April, trumpeting formations of these ancient birds fill the skies over Kearney. By day, the giant gray cranes for...
  • Crop Disaster Program sign up ends Feb. 27

        The USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) Acting State Director Dan Steinkruger reminds producers that the sign-up period for 2005-2007 Crop Disaster Program (CDP) will end Feb. 27.     This program provides benefits for crop losses due to quantity...
  • Windbreaks remain important for livestock protection

        Livestock on open grassland that can be sheltered behind a four to six row tree windbreak will be protected from the wind, require less feed and may be less susceptible to health problems, according to Jim Brandle, professor of forestry at the Univ...
  • MEAN adds more wind energy to renewable power supply

        With two wind energy projects coming online in February, the Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska (MEAN) increased its wind energy nameplate capacity from approximately 3 percent to nearly 6 percent of its total power supply capacity.    MEAN is ...
  • Local Angus breeder has bulls in national publication

        T J Martin of Lamar, owns three bulls listed in the Spring 2009 Sire Evaluation Report published by the American Angus Association® in Saint Joseph, Mo.      Issued in both the spring and fall, the new report features the latest performance in...
  • Chase County gains insurance dividend

        Chase County has received a monetary dividend of $3,604 from the Nebraska Intergovernmental Risk Management Association (NIRMA), the county’s property, liability and workers’ compensation coverage provider.     The dividend was part of a ne...
  • 100-Cow Program offers young ranchers a start

        CALLAWAY (AP)—To pay the bills, Richard Cool drives 45 miles down a lonely highway from the family ranch to a small-town auto parts factory where he works the overnight shift.    It ends at 6 a.m., then Cool’s future begins.    “Not onl...
  • ‘Civil War Voices’ coming to McCook for Saturday night performance

    By Gene O. MorrisExecutive Director Fox Theatre-McCook    Enchanted by a performance that “captured my interest and held me in time,” Charles Coleman is encouraging people throughout the McCook area to attend the Saturday night performance of “Ci...
  • Seventy-year-old swimming pool saying its good-bye

    By Jan SchultzThe Imperial Republican    For more than 70 years, kids and adults in Imperial have trudged up West 6th or 7th Street to Imperial’s swimming pool.    But, this summer, swimmers will head to the east part of town to swim in the new po...
  • Youth tourney brings 27 teams to town

    Imperial was the place to be for youth basketball Saturday, as 27 teams competed in the 2009 Longhorn Basketball Tournament. It’s been several years since a tournament for youths was held in Imperial. Four playing floors were in use throughout the commu...

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