Yesterday afternoon approximately at 2:10pm a two vehicle crash occurred. The crash occurred 3 miles East of Bartley on Hwy 6. One vehicle was driven by 71 year old Gary Joseph of Cambridge. He was driving a 2005 Dodge Dakota Pickup that was totaled. He was the only occupant in
MPCC offers physics via distance learning
Nebraska college and university students in need of a general physics class will have the opportunity to complete one via distance learning.
Mid-Plains Community College will offer PHYS 1410: General Physics I this summer. It will be taught by Jared Daily, a physics and engineering
Libraries all over the country are celebrating National Library Week. In 1800, the Library of Congress was founded. In 1828, Noah Webster published the first dictionary of American English. On a local level plenty has been happening with national library week at the McCook Library, library director Jody Crocker explains.
The Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office continues its search of the owner of some missing jewelry.
On Wednesday November 19th, 2014, a McCook citizen dropped off pieces of jewelry that they recovered along a walking trail in McCook. These items consist of some lapel pins and necklaces. After reviewing
The City of McCook is currently hiring Lifeguards for the 2015 Pool Season. If you are interested or know of anyone who is interested, please submit your application by April 17, 2015 or via the City of McCook website at www.cityofmccook.com or call 308-345-2022 ext. 220, if you need
Due to a broken water main on East Circle Drive, water customers on East Circle Drive and West Circle Drive will be out of water for several hours today, April 13.
The Water Department apologizes for the inconvenience and asks motorists to please choose alternate routes to help with congestion
The McCook Police Department has received several complaints from area residents who have received scam telephone calls from individuals claiming to be with the Internal Revenue Service. The callers, some with foreign accents, have advised an officer would beat their doorstep shortly reference tax problems if they do not immediately
The Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft from a parked vehicle in McCook. During the late evening hours of Wednesday March 25 or early morning hours of Thursday March 26, 2015, person or persons entered a parked vehicle in a residential neighborhood in McCook and removed items
Culbertson - On Monday afternoon Hitchcock County public schools held a ceremony recognizing their achievement of being one of 63 schools in the nation to be chosen for the National Distinguished Title 1 School Award. On behalf of the school they were pleased to have special guest speakers, Nebraska Govenor