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New High School construction on track

Almost two years ago, Crete Board of Education members and Crete Public Schools administrators sat in the regular August meeting hoping for passage of the bond issue the next month.

New CEO at Crete Area Medical Center sees benefits of rural medicine

It has been a busy month so far for Rebekah Mussman, and it’s only Aug. 12.

Council hears neighborhood views on special exception

    Neighborhood residents around 11th and Boswell were heard for the third time at a Crete City Council meeting last Tuesday in opposition to a special exception request to allow a commercial...

Crete woman dies in Sunday rollover

The Lancaster County Sheriff Office says Michele T. Ferretti, 59, of Crete, was on her way to her grandchild’s baptism when she was killed in a rollover accident Sunday.

Hazardous waste collections in Crete Aug. 15

Five Rivers Resource, Conservation, & Development (RC&D) will host hazardous waste collections again this year. The partnerships with the Nemaha NRD and participating counties, as well as a grant...

Doane makes top 50 University Botanical Gardens and Arboretums

Ebke on statewide tour

Highway 33 section closed Monday after truck overturns

Planning Commission schedules public hearing for August

Council approves fountain basin quote

Saline County Fair photos online

First Student ready for bus routes

McGowan announces resignation for Spring 2016

German settler’s 1868 homestead on display

Dog park grand opening July 24

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Manstedt taking reins of Cardinal football team

Manstedt taking reins of Cardinal football team

If we were to characterize the Crete High football team as an SUV about to go on a long road trip, then new head coach Reed Manstedt is more interested in seeing to an oil change and few regular maintenance...

Softball team 1-2 at Aurora

The Crete High softball team opened their season Friday with a 1-2 mark at the Aurora Quadrangular, tripping by one run to both Central City and Cozad before posting a convincing win over St. Paul.

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Tiger volleyball posts 3-1 mark in first tourney

Tiger volleyball posts 3-1 mark in first tourney

The Doane volleyball team scored a five-set upset of NAIA preseason seventh-ranked Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) Saturday to highlight a 3-1 weekend in their season debut at the Bethel Classic in Mishawaka,...

Soccer seasons begin at 1-1

The Doane men’s and women’s soccer teams began their seasons during the past week with a trip north, both posting 1-1 records in matches against Jamestown (N.D.) and Presentation (S.D.).

Tigers picked third in GPAC poll, 22nd in NAIA

The Doane football team was picked third in both the Great Plains Athletic Conference preseason coaches’ and media polls and tied for No. 22 in the NAIA preseason poll.

Hansen named to head Doane wrestlers

Former Simpson College (Iowa) assistant Matt Hansen has been announced as Doane’s new head wrestling coach following the departure of Tyson Springer last month.

Schuurmans fourth at Pan Am Games

Jared Schuurmans, a 2010 Doane graduate who recently won the men’s discus at the U.S. championships, placed fourth Thursday in that event at the Pan Am Games in Toronto.

Ten Doane squads named NAIA scholar teams

NWU announces it's leaving GPAC next May

Doane grad Schuurmans wins U.S. discus title

Schuurmans set for U.S. championships