The Beatrice Senior Citizen Center celebrated 25 years in the current building at 101 N. 25th Street in Beatrice last month.
The Homestead Harmonizers met at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday night. Around 30 men pooled into the downstairs of the First Presbyterian Church, chatting and warming up their vocal chords for another night of practice.
It’s a common farm odor, but for Connecticut’s largest dairy operator, cow manure is the smell of money.
The man accused of plowing his SUV into a parade of Christmas marchers could have turned down a side street but didn't. Once he passed it, he never touched the brakes — barreling through and leaving bodies in his wake, according to a criminal complaint.
Exmark has had a longstanding tradition of supporting area communities.
From Nov. 19-20 the Tri County FBLA officers attended the National Fall Leadership Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The group traveled with a group of other FBLA members from Nebraska to the hotel and conference center in downtown Milwaukee.
Tri County Farm to Fork program has been able to bring area beef and pork producers together to provide one meal a month for elementary and high school students.
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