Publication: Beatrice Daily Sun

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We did start the fire

Sixty-one acres of prairie burned Thursday afternoon at the Homestead National Monument of America.Thursday’s fire was the first prescribed burn of the prairie in three years. Monument Superintendent Mark Engler said drought and budget issues were the ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 13 hours ago]
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Ethanol is good for Nebraska

I am frequently asked if I think ethanol production is good for Nebraska. I think well managed ethanol production have been very good for the Nebraska economy. While the industry was supported with a strong infusion of public dollars, the value added ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 13 hours ago]
First reported 14 hours ago - Updated 14 hours ago - 1 reports

Welcome greeny weenie Wally

Walmart, the elephant of American food retailing, announced April 10 that it plans to bring its clout, cash and vegetable crispers to the American pea patch this year and bigfoot its way into the still-growing U.S. organic grocery business.The news sent ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 14 hours ago]
First reported 16 hours ago - Updated 16 hours ago - 1 reports

County to replace bridge signs

More county signs may be getting an upgrade in the near future than originally expected.The Gage County Board heard from the Road and Bridge Committee on Wednesday, where it detailed plans to upgrade signs on county bridges and culverts.Gage County Highway ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 16 hours ago]
Entities: Upgrading
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YMCA director announces retirement

After 26 years of calling the YMCA home, Beatrice Family YMCA Executive Director Terry Gilfry announced his retirement this week.Gilfry, who has spent 12 years all together in Beatrice, will retire at the end of August. He first took on the executive ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 16 hours ago]
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Community Players gets funds for equipment upgrade

Guests at the Community Players’ next show, “Les Misérables,” can expect an improved theatre-going experience as officials plan to have upgraded audio equipment installed by next month.Officials with Community Players attended Wednesday’s Gage County ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 16 hours ago]
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Dog on death row after allegedly biting child

Adam Cloyd and Stephanie Carman are desperate to save the life of their friend Lamar.Lamar, a yellow Labrador Retriever, has spent the past 17 days in "doggie jail," a kennel at the Beatrice Humane Society, where he awaits his fate.Lamar was scheduled ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 17 hours ago]
First reported Apr 17 2014 - Updated Apr 17 2014 - 1 reports

Heavy on the cream

Six Beatrice High School staff members sat with fear in their eyes facing the entire student body, all knowing their little plastic parkas and orange hankies could not protect them from what could be smashed into their faces at any moment.Three of the ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 17 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

City considers $83,000 sewer lining project

The City of Beatrice may soon undergo a relining of sanitary sewers at a price of more than $83,000.During Wednesday’s Board of Public Works meeting, City Engineer James Burroughs presented his letter of recommendation to award the contract to Midland’s ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 16 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

County will continue public work sessions

The Gage County Board of Supervisors will continue to hold regular committee meetings as an entire board after trying the new format for the last two months.Previously, the supervisors met in three-or-four person committees the Monday before regular Wednesday ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 16 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

Bob D. Stepp

, at St. Lukes Hospital in Kansas City, Mo. He was born May 9, 1938, at Hydro, Okla., to William & Florence (Sutton) Stepp.Services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 17, 2014, at the American Lutheran Church in Fairbury, with Pastor Brian Julin-McCleary ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 16 2014]
First reported Apr 16 2014 - Updated Apr 16 2014 - 1 reports

Event planner teams up with DIY brides

Lisa Wiegand is a pig farmer by day and event planner by night.The multitasker, who her clients affectionately call the pig lady, has been in the floral and event planning business for 27 years operating Wiegand Farms and Floral right from her farm west ... [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 16 2014]

Quotes

"That's one of the reasons her coach said she was so good" says Krystal Uher. "She just gave it her all."
“This is an ag community and people are a little nicer,” he said. "This is a small town. That’s why I accepted this position."
“Because it is a small school they just generally get along well,” Cordry said. "They are a good group of kids to work with. I am lucky because some years you don’t always have that talent to do a musical.”"
John 3:16, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."

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We did start the fire [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 13 hours ago]
Ethanol is good for Nebraska [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 13 hours ago]
Welcome greeny weenie Wally [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 14 hours ago]
Community Players gets funds for equipment upgrade [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 16 hours ago]
YMCA director announces retirement [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 16 hours ago]
County to replace bridge signs [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 16 hours ago]
Dog on death row after allegedly biting child [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - 17 hours ago]
Heavy on the cream [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 17 2014]
County will continue public work sessions [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 16 2014]
City considers $83,000 sewer lining project [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 16 2014]
Bob D. Stepp [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 16 2014]
Event planner teams up with DIY brides [Published Beatrice Daily Sun - Apr 16 2014]
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