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Veterans Day observances set

A number of local organizations and groups, including American Legions and the Crete VFW are planning Veterans Day observances for next Wednesday, Nov. 11.

Doane awarded $2.25 million grant to improve student retention

Doane College has been awarded a $2.25 million Title III Grant through the U.S. Department of Education that will aim to improve student retention over the course of the next five years.

Tabor College records returned to Iowa from Doane

An 83-year partnership recently came full circle when Chuck Douglass and Harry Wilkens of the Tabor Historical Society in Iowa, traveled to Doane College to accept the Tabor College records that had been...

Planning Commission looks to south

At its monthly meeting Monday night, the Crete Planning Commission set its sights on several tracts of land south of town along Highway 103 that are ripe for possible development.

Park fountain rededicated

            Eighteen days shy of the 100th anniversary of the City Park fountain’s first dedication, Crete held its second.

Park fountain rededication on Tuesday

Crete School Board talks concussion policy

Crete superintendent search begins

Pretrial hearing Dec. 8 for former court clerk

Medicare scams hit Saline County

Rural Development names Donna Rut Clerk of the Year

Crete among Nebraska communities honored at national summit

Crete Fire and Rescue receives $17,000 CPR device

Crete awarded grant for downtown revitalization

Council enters round of biennial budgeting

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Vikings sweep Cards in B-5 tourney

Vikings sweep Cards in B-5 tourney

WAVERLY — Sixth-ranked Waverly rolled to a 25-7 win in the first set and didn’t slacken the pace much on the way to a 3-0 win over Crete Nov. 3 in the semifinal round of the B-5 district tournament....

Crete spikers fall in regular season finale

The Crete High volleyball team lost their regular season finale at York Tuesday (Oct. 27) by a 3-0 count.

Cardinals slip past Titans in double overtime

HICKMAN — There goes Reed Manstedt’s prospective list of poker-playing opponents.

Crete volleyball team sweeps Jeffs

The Crete High volleyball team swept Fairbury on the road Tuesday (Oct. 20) and lost 3-0 to Class B 10th-ranked Norris Thursday in the Crete High gym.

Pius X pulls away from Cardinals

Crete High football coach Reed Manstedt was ready to commiserate with the Omaha Skutt staff Friday following the Cardinals’ 27-7 loss to Pius X at Papik Field.

Crete volleyball sixth at conference

Beatrice escapes with win over Cardinals

District losses end softball campaign

Crete spikers prepare for conference tourney

Cards run wild in big win over Pioneers

Sears, Baum qualify for state golf

Softball fourth at conference tourney

Boys fifth at Aquinas cross country

Crete spikers look ahead to home dates

Softball team fifth at Crete Invite

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DeWispelare records All-America finish at NAIA meet

DeWispelare records All-America finish at NAIA meet

Good thing that Doane’s Marissa DeWispelare packed the elbow sharpener for her trip to Charlotte, N.C. and the NAIA Cross Country Championships Saturday.

Tiger men rally for win over Lancers

Tiger men rally for win over Lancers

The Doane men’s basketball team chalked up a split of games last week as their Great Plains Athletic Conference schedule began, falling to Midland Wednesday in Fremont before rallying to top Mount...

Tabor edges Tigers in first round of playoffs

The Doane football team fell victim to the turnover bug for the second consecutive week and Tabor College took advantage to edge the Tigers 16-14 Saturday in the first round of the NAIA Football Championship...

Women drop first two GPAC dates

The Doane women’s basketball team lost their first two Great Plains Athletic Conference games of the season, falling to Midland in overtime Wednesday in Fremont and dropping a home contest to Mount...

Tiger duo place at UNK Open

A pair of Doane wrestlers, Josue Solis at 157 pounds and Kevin Corbett at 174, secured place winning performances Saturday at the unscored Nebraska-Kearney Open.

Tiger wrestlers sweep Bacone Duals

Mustangs roll past Tigers in GPAC title game

Tiger men split on Kansas trip

DeWispelare dashes to GPAC title

Tiger women pull upsets over N.D. teams

Tigers' late rally sinks Chargers

Men's soccer loses in semifinals

Grapplers win opener

Tiger volleyball falls in tourney play

Hastings, USM top Doane men


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E-M ousted by Blue Devils

E-M ousted by Blue Devils

              MILLIGAN — The one line poetry fans remember most from Geoffrey Chaucer’s 1380 poem Troilus and Criseyde is “All good things...

Scotus ends W-C season

Scotus ends W-C season

              COLUMBUS — Hurdling defenders left and right while running amok offensively at Pawnee Park, Columbus Scotus needed only 28...

Timberwolves win D2 title

              LINCOLN — Containing a team with three 6-foot-plus players, delivering a mixture of ace serves and nasty net attacks, and staying...

T-Wolves blast Kenesaw; one step from title game

              MILLIGAN — The first time Exeter-Milligan played Kenesaw, it was the opening game of the season and the Timberwolves earned...

W-C gridders knock off Bison; head for semifinals

              WILBER — The final minute of football games can sometimes be the determining factor whether team wins or loses.

W-C knocks off No. 1 Boone Central

T-Wolves advance in playoffs

Longhorns have winning season

Wolverines knock off No. 10 Lakeview

E-M begins with overtime thriller

Bulldogs dominate Meridian

WC, Bulldogs start season at Freeman

W-C boys win third title of season

Chilly day produces big marks at Friend