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State Senator Dan Hughes of District 44, recently sat down with Barbie Long, Director of Community HealthCare and Hospice at her invitation to discuss home health issues. During the interview, Long not only represented the Nebraska Home
McCook Community College’s new Student Veterans Organization “Stars and Stripes” and MCC’s student life office are teaming up with area veterans to commemorate POW/MIA Day Friday on campus. The POW/MIA flag will fly below the American flag
Text to 911 is scheduled to be implemented in Red Willow County this week. The text to 911 system is designed primarily for deaf, hard of hearing and speech impaired citizens. However, if making a voice call
Distinguished McCook High School alum, Wallis Marsh of Houston, Texas, is the featured speaker at the 2018 Norris Breakfast. Held in conjunction with Heritage Days, the Norris Breakfast celebrates the legacy of McCook’s most famous resident, Sen.
This May, McCook Economic Development Corporation welcomed the newest owners to the Industrial Park when Luis and Maria Lopez purchased #1 Industrial Park Drive. The Lopez family has moved to McCook from Denver with their four children,
The Mid-Plains Community College Rodeo Team continues to hold its own following two days of competition in North Platte. The team hosted the MPCC Stampede Friday and Saturday at the Wild West Arena. The MPCC cowboys finished
The McCook Humane Society has recognized the McCook Community College volleyball team as September’s “Adopt-A-Kennel” Sponsor. This is a program where local individuals, businesses and groups can show the community their support for the areas homeless animals.
The McCook Community College volleyball team knocked off 20th ranked Central Community College in straight sets Tuesday to stretch the current winning streak to six games. Tuesday’s win came 25-16, 25-20, 25-18 and completes a two-game, straight-set
The McCook Community College Lady Indian volleyball team picked up its second straight conference win on the road Wednesday claiming a straight-set win over Central Community College 28-26, 25-22, 25-19. MCC improves to 2-0 in the Nebraska
The McCook Community College Lady Indian volleyball team got back on the winning track Tuesday night sweeping Southeast Community College 25-15, 25-13, 25-14. Freshman Faith Simpson (Wauneta-Palisade) had eight kills and six aces. Freshman Mallory Brown (Colorado