Griggs celebrates back-to-back wins at I-49 Speedway
(Outdoors ~ 07/27/16)
The Midwest Mod-Lite Racing Series invaded the Nevada I-49 Speedway on Saturday night as 12 drivers signed into the facility. Ed Griggs of Pleasant Hill, Mo. soared into victory lane after collecting the Midwest Mod-Lite Series championship the previous night at Humboldt Speedway. Griggs also netted the feature win last season when the Mod-Lite series visited I-49 Speedway...
Tiger football program holds team camp, travels for scrimmage
(High School Sports ~ 07/27/16)
The Nevada Tigers held their second football camp session of the summer July 20-22. The camp took place at Logan Field as well as the team's practice field outside of Nevada High School, with grades nine through 12 receiving invites to participate. Technically, the mini-camp opened July 19 with the first annual athlete accountability test, as participating players headed to the Logan Field 50-yard line where they were able to demonstrate the progress they had made in the area of weight lifting over the course of the summer. ...
South division crown, playoff bid slip out of Griffons grasp
(College Sports ~ 07/27/16)
A dream of back-to-back MINK League South Division championships went unfulfilled as the Nevada Griffons fell to the Sedalia Bombers 3-1 in its regular-season finale Tuesday night at Lyons Stadium. Nevada (22-20 MINK League, 24-20 overall), entered Tuesday's contest in control of its own destiny. ...
NRMC 2016 fiscal year off to a good start, terrible finish
(Local News ~ 07/27/16)
Nevada Daily Mail Monday evening's meeting of the finance committee of the NRMC board reviewed the financial performance of the hospital's various units. For the 12-month period ending June 30, Nevada Regional Medical Center had a net loss of $2,370,646. That compares to a 2015 net loss of $797,182...
- Nevada singers perform with All-State Show Choir (Local News ~ 07/27/16)
Hot tips for keeping cool
(Local News ~ 07/27/16)
University of Missouri Extension COLUMBIA, Mo. -- It's not cool to be hot, says University of Missouri Extension health and safety specialist Karen Funkenbusch. Water, rest and shade help workers beat the heat. During heat waves, farmers and ranchers face increased risk of heat-related illness, which in severe cases can be fatal if untreated...
Judith L. Husebo
(Obituary ~ 07/27/16)
Judith Isabel Longworth Husebo, 69, a resident of 6573 Clark's Neck Road, Washington, N.C., died Friday, March 18, 2016, at Vidant Inpatient Hospice, Greenville, N.C. A graveside service will be held at 4 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 6, at Woodlawn Cemetery, 5701 Center Street, Omaha, Neb...
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