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Crime Prevention Month town hall meetings

During the week of Oct. 12-18, members of the Crete Police Department will be out in the community providing presentations with tips on crime prevention. These presentations are designed to give specific...

City changes employee insurance carrier

    Crete City Council members voted last Tuesday to switch companies for employee health coverage at a projected savings of $421,000.

Rainfall totals Sept. 30 once in 200-year event

Above average rainfall from last Tuesday’s (Sept. 30) storms was an event occurring only once every 200 hundred years, according to a National Weather Service report issued online Wednesday by the office...

Nominees announced for County Court opening

The Judicial Nominating Commission for the County Court in the 1st Judicial District has forwarded the names of two nominees to Gov. Dave Heineman for his consideration.

Doane’s Dr. Jim Johnson honored

Doane College Professor of Mathematics Dr. Jim Johnson was honored this week with the Milton W. Beckman Lifetime Achievement Award. The award was presented at the Nebraska Association of Teachers of Mathematics...

Pink Out events start tonight

Harvest season safety reminders

Courthouse plans, updates on website

Crete City Council votes to restore park fountain

Commission forwards school site annexation

Painting Nebraska one county at a time

Sponsor-a-runner part of Crete Backpack event

Oct. 4 events include football clash, street dance, haunted houses

Crete Schools levy lowered for 2014-2015

Models show above normal precipitation for this fall

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Cardinals have answers in win over Orangemen

Cardinals have answers in win over Orangemen

The Crete High football team was like one of those smart guys on a TV quiz show Friday on the way to their 28-14 win over Beatrice Friday on Papik Field.

Crete harriers medal at conference meet

Crete harriers medal at conference meet


Golfers in ninth after first round at state

The Crete High girls’ golf team was in ninth place after the first round of the Class B state meet Monday at Pioneers in Lincoln. The meet concludes Tuesday afternoon.

Softball season ends at district tourney

The Crete High softball team compiled a 2-2 mark in the B-1 district tournament last week in Beatrice and finished their season with a 23-7 record.

Crete spikers fall to Lakeview

The Crete High volleyball team dropped a 3-0 decision to Class C-1 sixth-ranked Lakeview Thursday at Columbus in their only action of last week.

Cardinals rush past Pioneers, 40-0

Golfers qualify for state meet

Softball team third at conference tourney

Spikers 1-3 at Skutt Invite

Crete wins softball invite

Cardinal rally falls short at York

Crete harriers post best finish yet

Golfers win Seward Invite

Crete spikers sweep Hastings Triangular

Fourth-down plays help Cards past Vikes

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Doane spikers sweep ranked NWU

Doane spikers sweep ranked NWU

Coming off a win over NAIA 16th-ranked Dordt on Oct. 3, the Doane volleyball team recorded their second consecutive victory over a ranked team Wednesday when they blanked NCAA Division III 15th-ranked...

Tigers make bid for ratings return

Tigers make bid for ratings return

Running on the same course that will play host to the NAIA national championships next month, the Doane cross country teams put in a bid for a return to the rankings with 10th- and 12th-place finishes...

DWU rallies past Doane in Mitchell

NAIA 18th-ranked Dakota Wesleyan scored three touchdowns in a span of four minutes to rally for a 27-23 win over Doane Saturday in Mitchell, S.D.

Tiger soccer teams top Midland

The Doane soccer teams swept Midland Saturday on Papik Field to highlight their week as the women improved to 4-7-1 overall and 2-3-1 in conference play and the men emerged with 3-7-2 and 3-2-1 marks....

Tigers air it out in 100th Doane-NWU game

Through their first 99 meetings, since late in the 19th Century, the Doane and Nebraska Wesleyan football teams had collaborated to produce some pretty impressive numbers.

Tigers post upset shocker over Dordt

Doane harriers sweep Dean White titles

Els named to GPAC honor

Tigers rally for nail-biting win at Midland

Doane spikers chalk up GPAC wins

Tretheway leads Doane golfers at Fremont

Tigers rally for win over Broncos

Men's golfers second in GPAC meet

Tigers sixth, ninth at Greeno Invite

Volleyball suffers GPAC setbacks


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E-M outlasts Giltner

E-M outlasts Giltner

              MILLIGAN — When two high school football teams put up 1,200 yards in four quarters, you know there were some great offenses...

Wolverines thrash Warriors

Wolverines thrash Warriors

              WILBER — From defensive sacks and intercepted passes to kickoff runbacks, numerous penalties and the scoring of seven touchdowns...

E-M needs 5 sets to top Friend

              MILLIGAN — A marathon match ensued when Friend came a-callin’ to Exeter-Milligan’s volleyball court last Tuesday in Milligan,...

Meridian beats BDS in marathon night

              DAYKIN — Bob VanWesten knows his Mustangs can play well, especially if they get up on a team early in a match like they did...

AC tourney is tough for W-C

              HASTINGS — Wilber-Clatonia found it tough to generate offensive success and runs in two of its three games at the Adams Central...

Bulldogs chase down Mustangs

W-C Homecoming

SNC softball is Saturday

W-C harriers run at Malcolm

Mustangs earn third win

Longhorns cage Osceola at home

W-C boys shut out Lakeview

Homolka strikes out 10 in win

Timberwolves freeze Blue Devils

E-M linksters shine at scramble