Robert G. Streiner
(Obituary ~ 03/09/04)
Robert G. Streiner, 48, Russell, Kan., died Sunday, March 7, 2004, at Central Kansas Medical Center, Great Bend, Kan. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., on Thursday, March 11, at Beeny-Ferry Funeral Home, Sheldon, Mo. Family information will be announced later by Beeny-Ferry Funeral Home...
The way it was
(Column ~ 03/09/04)
100 Years Ago - March 9, 1904 Nevada was visited by another fire last night, making one fire for each of the past three nights and citizens are beginning to think that Nevada has a firebug. The origins of each of the three fires are unknown. Last night's fire destroyed the R.W. ...
Grant supplies officers with the right stuff -- for a haz mat response
(Local News ~ 03/09/04)
By Steve Moyer The members of the Nevada Police Department will now have some protection if they come across a situation involving hazardous materials thanks to a grant from the Department of Homeland Security. The department received suits, gloves, masks, filters and other equipment to help keep officers safe when dealing with potentially dangerous material. The equipment will be in each police car along with the regular equipment already carried...
Skelton dedicates Neal Center flagpole
(Local News ~ 03/09/04)
By Steve Moyer Congressman Ike Skelton was in town Monday to dedicate the flagpole that A-Plus Metals presented to the Neal Center. Skelton donated a flag that flew over the capitol in Washington to the center. Nevada High School ROTC cadets were on hand to raise the flag for the first time as Whitney Davis, city of Nevada Human Resources manager, sang "The Star-Spangled Banner."...
Nevada Youth Wrestling qualifies 17 for Regionals
(Community Sports ~ 03/09/04)
The Nevada Youth Wrestling Club sent 18 competitors to the District 5 U.S.A. Wrestling Championships in Neosho, Mo., last weekend. Seventeen finished in the top six to advance to the regionals at Ozark, Mo., on Saturday. Nevada regional qualifiers are:...
Bronaugh Wildcats hope third time's a charm
(High School Sports ~ 03/09/04)
By Larry Lewis Bronaugh coach Tim Judd has seen his Wildcats lose twice to Golden City, but he thinks the next time may be different. "I feel like the third time, we can get them," he said. The third time will be tonight for the sectional championship at Lamar, Mo...
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