McCook- Both the McCook Men and the Lady Indians are set to open their Nebraska Community College Athletic Conference schedules on Saturday, November 21, afternoon when Southeast Community College visits the Peter & Dolores Graff Events Center. Tip-off is set for for the Woman and for
McCook boy's tennis @ Alliance/Scottsbluff
McCook 9 Alliance 0
1 Spencer Krysl def R. Toedtli 8-5
2 Kaden Sitzman def C. Dean 8-2
3 Von Fritsche def P. Pohlman 8-0
4 Josiah Hegwood def T. Garcia 8-4
5 Benjamin Putz def D. Horton 8-3
6 Sam Knoll def Z. Placek 8-1
1 Erik Eiler/Benjamin Putz def
The Nebraska State Patrol took 82 drivers off Nebraska roads for Driving Under the Influence (DUI) during the nationwide “You Drink, You Drive, You Lose” special enforcement campaign, August 21- Sept. 7.
Troopers and communications specialists put in overtime hours during the more than two-week long enforcement campaign thanks in
(Lincoln, Neb.)- Motorists who choose to drive under the influence of alcohol will be the focus of a nationwide campaign designed to remove impaired drivers from our nation’s roadways. Beginning Friday, August 21, and continuing through Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7, the Nebraska State Patrol will participate in the “You
Money available for on-the-job training
More money has been made available to help Nebraskans pursue a career in transportation, distribution, logistics and manufacturing.
Officials at the Nebraska Department of Labor office in North Platte were notified last week that the Job Driven National Emergency Grant has been extended throughout the Mid
By Ron Rosati, NCTA Dean
The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture is bringing agriculture classes to urban audiences in the Omaha area. In a joint venture between NCTA, the Omaha Home for Boys and Nebraska Extension, urban agriculture programs will be offered
CenturyLink said Friday it plans to lay off about 1,000 employees nationwide.
It isn't clear if the company's Nebraska employees might be affected. CenturyLink employs about 1,000 people in Nebraska, including 900 in the Omaha area.
“We do not have specific impacts by community and/or by state at this time,”
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MPCC to offer Associate of Fine Arts degree
Mid-Plains Community College has become the first community college in the state to offer an Associate of Fine Arts degree.
The college received a letter Tuesday announcing approval by the Higher Learning Commission, the final step in the process.