Nevada Speedway May 8 results
(Community Sports ~ 05/23/04)
By Gail Agee Special to the Herald Our Mother's Day Special Race got us back into racing after a two week rain delay. The Midwest Outlaw Mini Sprints joined us this week for one of their scheduled visits to the track this year. Their excitement started during hot laps when two of the cars got together sending one flipping. ...
(Sports Column ~ 05/23/04)
Does everybody have so much money except me that they don't care about these ridiculous gasoline prices? What bothers me is that it's costing me too much to drive to Kansas City to watch the Royals and I'm forced to do the TV thing while sitting in Nevada. I can't afford driving any distances to do that which I most enjoy, which is attending ballgames...
(Outdoors ~ 05/23/04)
As Jack Larson pulled a big fighting bluegill out of the water, he said, "If these bluegills weighed as much as a big bass, you would need deep sea fishing gear to catch them." Larson was using a flyrod on an area pond for the first time. He was surprised just how much fun it was to catch these fine fighters. ...
(Obituary ~ 05/23/04)
Ernest Baertschi, 97, Nevada, passed away Thursday, May 20, 2004, at Moore-Few Care Center in Nevada. He was born April 30, 1907, in Thayer, Mo., to Mathias Baertschi and Emma Rose Munz Baertschi. He was married December 6, 1940, in Thayer, Mo., to Lorene Mills Baertschi. She preceded him in death Jan. 17, 1995...
The third cup
(Column ~ 05/23/04)
Hi neighbors. Sometimes I think we spend a lot of our time getting ready to do something else. Although I've heard anticipation is as much fun as reaching the goal, the journey is as important as reaching the destination, and baking is as delightful (and needless to say more healthful) than eating the cookies, I have doubts. I suppose one could conclude then that anxiety is as "exciting" as the anticipated panic attack...
Family strawberry patch turns into small business
(Local News ~ 05/23/04)
By Nick Wright Nevada Herald The cows are lowing in a nearby field and an occasional car drives down the blacktop, the stillness broken only by the slow methodical shuffling and low chatter of those who came to pick strawberries. Welcome to the Ogle Strawberry Patch. People come from as far away as Camdenton and Chanute to get these organically grown strawberries...
Master gardeners help with yardwork
(Local News ~ 05/23/04)
By Brian Johnson Nevada Herald Eight Master Gardeners picked up their shovels, hoes, cypress mulch and plants Thursday evening to help out their fellowman with a little lawnwork at 929 S. Cedar. "This is great," said homeowner Pam Harth. "It's wonderful. I can't believe it." Pam's not the only one who likes what she sees...
Stories from Sunday, May 23, 2004
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