Here we are, folks. Our final class ratings until the season’s over. There’s a lot to get to in each class, especially with the D1 and D2 playoffs just days away. Let’s start with a notable omission in Class C.

Recently, there has been a lot going on with Afghanistan. President Joe Biden pulled American troops out of Afghanistan after the United State…

Being born in a generation who was not alive to experience the tragedies of 9/11, I will never truly understand the emotional heartbreak the c…

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CROFTON — Three of Norfolk Catholic's first five wins this season were decided by six points or fewer. So when Crofton took the opening kickoff and drove 56 yards in nine plays for a touchdown, the Knights didn't blink.

I’ll admit that if you look closely enough — OK, maybe you don’t even have to look all that closely — you’ll see dust bunnies. And sand tracked in on the porch. Oh, yeah, and fingerprints on the windows.

So, in other words, my house is not quite spotless.

AINSWORTH — The Ainsworth girls and the Tilden Elkhorn Valley boys won the D-3 district cross country championships here at the Ainsworth Public Golf Course on Thursday as the teams prepare for next week's Nebraska State Cross Country Championships at the Kearney Country Club in Kearney.

PENDER — Jordyn Arens got one step closer to repeating as Class D champion, as she took first place at the D-2 district meet on Thursday at Twin Creeks Golf Course.

After 25 years as editor and publisher of Render magazine, Tina Caparella is retiring Sunday, Oct. 31. She assumed the role in September 1996 when Render’s first editor/publisher, Frank Burnham, retired after nearly 25 years at the helm.

LYONS — For Nebraska farmers and ranchers, the deadline to submit initial paperwork for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) or the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is Friday, Nov. 19.

In a letter to President Joe Biden, the Nebraska Farm Bureau Board of Directors expressed concern over the lack of progress on a number of key trade policy areas, including ongoing concerns with China, expanding other international marketing opportunities and preserving the integrity of the …

The accomplishments of the 4-H youths and volunteers in Madison County were recognized at the 2021 4-H Achievement Ceremony recently. The event was held in Norfolk at Nebraska Extension in Madison County. Award recipients include:

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