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Tribune Staff WriterWith four losses in its last six games, the end of the regular season was not too pleasing for the Notre Dame hockey team. But after the NCAA announced its 16-team field Sunday, it didn't really matter. The Irish are in the field - the No. 3 seed in...
Fox59Thirteen local charity organizations in Indianapolis just got a big financial boost, thanks to the generosity of an Indianapolis family. The estate of Sara Reuben is giving a total of $8 million to the efforts of the chosen charities. Sara Reuben...
The Northern State wrestling captain took one for the team, and then took it out on his opponent. Even though visiting University of Mary won the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference dual 21-17 Tuesday, the Wolves got a winning performance out of...
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — The 2011 Governor's Ag Conference will again be held at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Kearney. The conference for Nebraska's farmers and ranchers will be held March 1-2. Gov. Dave Heineman announced the event's...
Charles H. Juergens of Costa Mesa, Ca passed on February 18, 2011 at home with his family by his side. Charlie would not want your ordinary obituary so I (Karen) his wife of 34 years have decided to honor him in my own way. Charles was fond of a small...
Tags: Nebraska, Happiness (state of mind), Alaska, Iowa, Shirley
That was a weird snowfall last night. It worked out great for about 1/3 of the viewing area and not so great for about 1/3rd of the area and great for another 1/3 of the area. Confused, well the snow forecast was pretty good for areas from 152 in the...
Tags: Nebraska, Weather, Weather Reports
For many people, the plan for a snow storm means an extra trip to the grocery or hardware store to stock up on supplies to weather out the storm. So while a snow storm is never good news, for those in the retail sector it's means money flowing their way....
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The U.S. Secretary of Agriculture will be in Omaha Friday to discuss efforts to boost the rural economy and conserve cropland. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack will appear at the opening of the Pheasants Forever national...
Tags: Government, Politics, Heads of State, Elections
Darlene Marie (Ryan) Tabet Born October 13, 1925 Darlene passed away Tuesday morning, January 18th after a long, heartbreaking battle with Parkinson’s. Originally from Omaha, Nebraska, Darlene was a longtime resident of Burbank, CA. She is...
RAIN WORRIES: The National Weather Service says recent heavy rain in western Iowa shouldn't increase flooding on the Missouri River by muchStaff WriterThe National Weather Service says this week's rain in eastern Nebraska and western Iowa shouldn't significantly worsen flooding along the overfull Missouri River. Forecaster Chris Foltz says the rain that fell Monday evening and the showers in Tuesday'...
Tags: Nebraska, Iowa, Floods, Weather Reports, Weather
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsFootball…with a twist as a new sports team is eyeing Salina. An expansion league known as the "women's indoor football league" is looking to fill out a team in the town...but it's not a done deal yet. Football is America’s game. Tackle...
Sports ReporterThe Virginia Cavaliers lost to South Carolina at the College World Series 7 to 1. The start of the game was delayed by over an hour due to bad weather in the Omaha, NE area. The late start might have affected the Wahoos as they gave up three runs in the...
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