Organizers of the June 7 and 8 Cattlemen’s Ball in Chase County are currently reviewing options for how the event will provide security for an estimated 4,500 people from across the state who w
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Work will begin soon to build a temporary small town that for two days will more than double the population of Wauneta.
The Spencer Dam in eastern Nebraska may have failed, but officials on this end of the state have no concerns about that happening here.
2019 Cattlemen’s Ball committee members Steve and Char Wallin accept a check from Willy O’Neil, center, from Farm Credit Services of America (FmCSA) as a donation to the Cattlemen’s Ball.
This group of women are lined up, ready to serve lunch March 13 at CCS during National Ag Week, from left, Jordan Ostermiller, Alyssa Stanley, Kory Fowler, Brianna Pribbeno, Jennifer Beemer, Kelly Kuenning and Chris Krausnick. Not pictured—Heather Johnson. (Courtesy photo)
The men and women who are Imperial Young Farmers and Ranchers didn’t let calving season or last week’s storm stop them from coming out in numbers to serve lunch to students at Chase County Scho