July is UV (ultra-violet) Safety month. The American Cancer Society recommends that you slip on a shirt, slop on some sunscreen, slap on a hat and wrap on sunglasses to protect your eyes and skin from the harmful skin cancer-causing rays of the sun this summer.
Avoiding direct sunlight
For the residents in the outlying areas of Red Willow County, including the towns of Indianola, Bartley, Lebanon, Danbury, and Marion, the Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office invites you to check out our new “Vacation Check Request” form. Select the link below and you will be routed to the Red
Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department (SWNPHD) has confirmed a fourth positive rabies case in southwest Nebraska. “This fourth confirmed case involves a skunk with rabies in Hitchcock County,” states Melissa Propp, RN, Surveillance Coordinator at Southwest Nebraska Public Health Department. Previous cases were located in Dundy and Hitchcock County.
The City of McCook Water Department will be repairing a water main this afternoon from 3:00pm to 5:00pm. The areas affected will be East K St, from Norris to East 2nd St. and East 1st St, from East L St to East J St. Customers in these areas should be
On June 15 the campus came alive as students returned to Curtis for Summer Session! The students and some faculty of the veterinary technology division resumed coursework for a busy and rigorous summer program. It’s always nice to see the energy level go up on campus when our students come
The City of McCook will be spraying for mosquitoes tonight Monday, June 15, 2015, beginning around sun down weather permitting.
Although the chemical used is not harmful to people or pets, if you have any concerns please stay indoors. To eliminate prime mosquito habitat, please remove any standing water or
Curtis, Neb. – The University of Nebraska’s “Curtis ag college” will honor four ardent advocates of the 103-year-old school at an alumni association banquet June 27.
A reunion of the joint alumni association for the University of Nebraska School of Technical Agriculture (UNSTA) and the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture
Some of the best storytellers in the nation will be in McCook next week for the 19th annual Buffalo Commons Storytelling and Music Festival. All activities are open to the public. Many of them are free.
Friday, June 12
The festival starts June 12 with a “History’s Mysteries” bus trip, which