A 20-year-old Detroit, Mich. man who faces charges related to a stolen firearm and possession of multiple grams of cocaine will make an appearance with counsel on Nov. 3 in Dawes County Court, though his counselor is yet to be determined.
Another member of what Tom Brokaw called “the greatest generation” will observe her 100th birthday today. The area’s newest centenarian is Margery Stoner, a lifelong resident of the Chadron area, says she’s surprised she has lived so long and is still enjoying life at Prairie Pine Lodge.
During their regular meeting Monday night, the Chadron City Council, with member Keith Crofutt absent, was introduced to the newest members of the Chadron Police Department — Lieutenant Gabriel Walz and Officers Chet Swanson and Zachary Klemp.
Sunday afternoon, the Dawes County Fairgrounds was home to a dessert bar and fellowship during the annual Dawes County 4-H Achievement Luncheon. Though there was no main meal this year, there were plenty of sweets to enjoy. In addition to the awards presentation, Senior Royalty King Ryan Vah…
November 1 is coming, and the Chadron Police Department would like to remind all of our community members that it is time to make arrangements to store campers, boats and trailers.
Jewell Maxine Stetson Shanley
The Chadron Police Department, Chadron Volunteer Fire Department and Dawes County Attorney/Coroner Vance Haug responded to two deaths less than an hour apart Saturday, though foul play is not suspect in either case.
The City of Chadron is working with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission in gathering names of people wishing to be placed on the deer donation list, for the deer taken as part of the deprivation process in and around the City of Chadron. If you wish to have your name placed on the list, p…
The City of Chadron is currently looking into grant funding through the Environmental Protection Agency to assist with properties that require removal of certain materials prior to development, more commonly known as “Brownfields.”
This week, Chadron will host firefighters and emergency personnel from across Nebraska during the Nebraska State Volunteer Firefighters Association NSVFA annual conference.
Author, biologist and Chadron State grad Mark Peyton will be presenting his talk, “The Accidental Author” at the annual Friends of the Library banquet on October 18’th at 6:00 PM.
The Hanks family was recognized with the Family Tree Award during Chadron State College's Homecoming Saturday. The Burkhiser-Madsen family also received the award.
There’s some new seating along the Bocce court at the Region I Office of Human Development (OHD) thanks to local Girl Scout Kourtney Hawk, who established four new benches as her Gold Award.
Following some lengthy discussion Monday night, the Chadron Public Schools Board of Education, with member Tye Pourier absent, approved the purchase of a 2004 Blue Bird bus in the amount of $39,500. The bus, which should be delivered in the next few weeks, will help restore some of the dwind…
Gary D. Fisher
Wednesday afternoon, Chadron Primary School students, staff and parents were notified that the school is now at 5% threshold for COVID-19 cases. Per the school opening plan approved by the Chadron Public Schools Board of Education earlier this year, the school moves from Green to Yellow stat…
During a special workshop on Sept. 28, the Chadron City Council had a roundtable discussion regarding the use of its estimated $940,000-950,000 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funds, with council indicating the money would be used to address water issues.
Chadron Community Hospital is updating visitor guidelines in response to increased cases of COVID‐19 in the region.
During the Monday night meeting of Chadron City Council, complaints about broken sidewalks called into question the authority council members have when it comes to reporting issues.
The cloth patches that military service members put on the shoulders of their uniforms are important symbols for soldiers and carry a wealth of historical information.
Students at Chadron High School have been busying themselves with getting ready for the 94th annual National FFA Convention and Expo in Indianapolis Oct. 27-30, though initially it appeared as if the local chapter was going to just miss the opportunity.
Editor's note: Due to a printing error in our Sept. 29 edition, this story was faded and difficult to read. For this reason, the decision was made to run it again.