Live theatre is returning to Fort Robinson State Park near Crawford this summer.
Thursday afternoon, the Chadron Chamber of Commerce conducted a ribbon cutting for Savvy Esthetics LLC, with business owner Savannah Silbaugh.
Last Thursday, 10 local veterans received a patriotic sendoff from Chadron as they headed toward Scottsbluff to pick up another four of their military brethren. All 14 service members, along with their Guardians, were part of the 13th Veterans Memorial Flight to Washington, DC.
Wanda Arlene Wedekind Kreitman
With the summer season coming up, Chadron City council will soon begin conducting workshops and setting the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. A step in the financial processes for the City is reviewing and approving the audit from the previous fiscal year, which council did at their Monda…
Free Fishing and Park Entry Day in Nebraska is May 21. Enjoy a Saturday of fishing or state park activities without the need to purchase a fishing or park entry permit for the day.
The Nebraska Extension Dawes County 4-H Program is offering over 15 programs this summer! The programs range from electricity, gardening, sewing, cooking, multiple livestock opportunities, range judging, and so much more. Youth DO NOT have to be in 4-H to attend a workshop. Check out below o…
Dr. Tara Hart has been appointed as Chadron State College’s next Dean of Student Affairs, President Randy Rhine announced Monday. Hart replaces current Dean of Student Affairs Jon Hansen, who will retire June 17.
HARRISON — Sunday, May 15, is the first day of summer hours, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. The Fossil Hills trail, 2.7 miles round-trip, and the Daemonelix trail, one mile round-trip, are open from dawn till dusk, year-round.
Four fourth grade classrooms at Chadron Intermediate School and one Chadron High School English class wrote essays to the prompt "How can we support families who provide care for their Veterans?" Ellianna Schuckman won first place in the Class I competition — third and fourth grade — and Mak…
Daniel "Joe" Anderson
The public is invited to a meeting regarding a proposed new program and route for the Chadron City Transit program. City Manager John Sutherland and Transportation Supervisor Julie Lawrence will be available to provide information on the new services this Thursday, May 12, starting at 5:30 p…
Monday night, the Chadron Public Schools Board of Education approved a couple of funding assists for students who are headed to national competitions. Per board policy, amounts approved were $100 for each student and $500 for the advisor of each group.
Nebraska State College System Chancellor Paul D. Turman will be Chadron State College’s Spring Commencement speaker. The combined undergraduate and graduate ceremony will be in the Chicoine Center Saturday, May 7, at 10 a.m.
What began as a school project has now become a documented history of people who lived and died in Dawes and the surrounding counties, as Kristal Kuhnel has used technology to network and research while visiting local cemeteries.
The Dawes County Commissioners met in regular session at 9:03 a.m. on April 26. The meeting was called to order by Chairman, Vic Rivera. Board Members present were Jake Stewart and Levi Grant.
LINCOLN — Nebraska National History Day held its 42nd annual state contest on Saturday, April 9. Two hundred forty-nine students from across Nebraska representing 37 schools presented research projects on topics related to this year's theme, "Debate and Diplomacy in History: Successes, Failu…
Nebraska Extension Sheridan County hosted 4-H youth, families, and volunteers from Sheridan and Dawes County on Sunday, May 1 for the 2022 4-H Public Speaking Contest. Box Butte and Sioux Counties also joined over zoom. Dawes County had 5 youth give speeches and 5 recorded Public Service Ann…