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Howey: We need to be more vocal

In the last 60 years or so, I’ve spent a lot of time in the outdoors enjoying my time fishing and hunting.

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Bighorn sheep tagging program aids research

CHADRON — Bighorn sheep in the Panhandle are sporting some new hardware this week thanks to the work of a helicopter capture crew, wildlife professionals and volunteers.

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Game and Parks accepting grant applications for projects promoting outdoor rec

LINCOLN — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is now accepting grant applications for 2020 to promote outdoor recreation facilities and amenities for political subdivision parks and outdoor recreation areas through the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF).

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William Andrew “Andy” Haskell

LEWISVILLE, Texas — William Andrew “Andy” Haskell, 51, Lewisville, Texas, formerly of Papillion, suffered a heart attack at his home Feb. 2, 2020. He spent the last moments of his life enjoying the Super Bowl with his beloved wife, Dana Bennett.

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Funds are being sought for “Once-in-a Generation” opportunity

In the last 40 years, Nebraskans have been skeptical of major statewide economic development projects that promise to be the best ever.

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Cedar duo headed to State wrestling Tourney

MALCOLM — Two Cedar Catholic wrestlers punched their tickets to state during last weekend’s two-day District C-1 Wrestling tournament here.

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Wynot shakes off Lady Cats to win

WYNOT — The Wynot Lady Blue Devils broke open what had been a competitive ball game on Friday night, when they went on a 19-5 third quarter run to pull away from the Hartington-Newcastle Lady Wildcats to earn the 58-35 win.

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