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Board approves new foreign language curriculum

    The Crete High School foreign language department was a centerpiece of the Crete Board of Education meeting last Monday night as teachers presented on new curriculum and several trip...

Students study small business plans in downtown Crete

    Starting a small business isn’t as easy as everyone thinks it is.

New Brew House on the block

    Speier’s Clothing Company, Ben Franklin, Gambles, Papik’s Tavern - they all made way for Western Auto, KH’s, then Heath, and now, The Brew House.     By fall, new...

Highway 33 bridge work set east of Crete

Weather permitting, work is scheduled to begin the week of April 18 on Highway 33 east of Crete, from Reference Post 19+07 to Reference Post 24+00, according to the Nebraska Department of Roads.

C/URB Coalition to meet April 18


Trauma Champions

Kuhlmanns chair Care and Share Campaign

Back to work, back to life

CPD warns of phone scam

UNL History Harvest headed to Wilber

City Park tank is upgraded M4 Sherman

SCC Board to move forward with bond issue planning

Doane College announces two Fulbright Scholars

Commission meets on housing plat, zoning codes

City water project entering final year

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Crete High Sports

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Crete boys split with Vikes, Titans

Crete boys split with Vikes, Titans

The Crete High boys’ soccer team finished the penultimate week of their regular season with a 9-5 mark after pounding Lakeview Tuesday and falling to Norris Thursday in a pair of home matches.

Crete girls take fourth at Yowell Classic

Murphy Sears and Abby Allen recorded runner-up performances on the track and in the field Saturday to guide the Crete High girls’ track and field team to a fourth-place finish at the Yowell Classic in...

Cardinal nine set for busy final week

The Crete High baseball team lost to Blair Thursday at home and to Grand Island and Norfolk Saturday at Norfolk to fall to 4-10 on the season.

Crete girls look to district tourney

The Crete High girls’ soccer team lost to Lakeview and Norris last week. The Cardinals fell to 2-10 on the season and finish their regular season slate this week. The team plays at Grand Island Northwest...

Crete girls win team title at Syracuse

SYRACUSE — Murphy Sears and Claire Meinke won two events apiece on the track, Abby Allen added one more and the Crete High girls captured the 4x400-meter relay on the way to the team title Thursday...

Cardinal boys secure runner-up honors

Cardinal girls top Wolverines, 8-1

Cardinal nine posts 1-3 week

Girls' soccer records second victory

Sears wins 3,200 at Waverly

Crete girls post first soccer win

Third-ranked Schuyler tops Cardinal boys

Tennis team edges Waverly

Crete baseball team loses pair of home games

Sears, Allen pace Cards at Norris

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Doane Sports

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Tigers rack up dozen wins at Dutcher Classic

Tigers rack up dozen wins at Dutcher Classic

The Doane track and field team recorded a dozen victories and six newly-minted NAIA national meet qualifying times or marks during the sun-splashed Dutcher Memorial Classic Friday and Saturday at Lauritsen...

Softball team primed to host GPAC tourney

Softball team primed to host GPAC tourney

The Doane softball team maintained their hold on second place in the Great Plains Athletic Conference last week with a Tuesday home sweep of Nebraska Wesleyan before falling to Morningside Thursday...

Tiger baseball fighting for spot in tourney

The Doane baseball team swept Nebraska Wesleyan Saturday and split with Concordia Sunday as the Tigers scrambled to pull themselves into an eighth place spot and a berth in the Great Plains Athletic Conference...

Tiger men top NWU in dual meet

LINCOLN — The Doane men won seven of eight field events and added four victories on the track to post a 110-90 dual meet victory over Nebraska Wesleyan Friday at Abel Stadium and Greeno Track.

Tiger men's golfers tied for second place

The Doane men’s golf team moved into a tie for second place overall after the third round of the Great Plains Athletic Conference Tournament Monday (April 11) at Firethorn.

Tigers split GPAC doubleheaders

Doane baseball 1-3 on northern swing

Tiger duo becomes NAIA leaders at Concordia

Doane softball takes share of GPAC lead

Doane nine 1-3 for the week in GPAC action

Tigers win eight in outdoor opener

Softball opens GPAC slate at 3-1

Baseball team posts 3-3 week

Tiger softball sweeps No. 22 Grand View

Softball team upsets Golden State squads


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Area Sports

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Local teams shine at Del Wicks

              SUPERIOR — The number of familiar faces was about the same, but the addition of Lawrence-Nelson, Deshler and Rock Hills, Kan.,...

Wolverines win pair of track titles

              MILFORD — Thirty-eight individual medals, many in multiple events.            ...