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This good-sized buck was spotted in southwest Chase County in recent weeks. He found some good protection in this tree row which will be useful as Nebraska’s firearm season opens this weekend. (Johnson Publications photo)

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Just off a southwest Chase County road, a doe seems to be checking traffic ahead of crossing the road. She’ll probably be spending more time in cover with firearm deer season opening this weekend. (Johnson Publications photo)

Firearm deer season one of most anticipated in state

    The November firearm deer season is one of the most anticipated times of the year for Nebraska hunters.

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Two days of high winds beginning Oct. 20 knocked down a number of corn fields in southwest Nebraska. The downed corn has forced farmers to slow down combines to pick the corn up. (Johnson Publications photo)

Snow, rain slowing corn harvest

    This year’s harvest has yet to entirely catch up from wet conditions earlier in the season, but it’s slowly marching toward completion.

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