Newspapers are valuable
(Editorial ~ 11/25/17)
It’s an interesting time to be in the newspaper industry. Times, they are a-changing. It seems there is a new way to share information popping up every day. And gloomy people have predicted the demise of printed newspapers for quite some time. But we’re not going anywhere...
Hospital CEO shares hard truths
(Local News ~ 11/25/17)
In a Monday afternoon interview, Wesley Braman, interim chief executive officer at Nevada Regional Medical Center, delivered both sobering and encouraging news related to the hospital and its condition, both at present and for the future. “These days you’ve got to be a good financial steward of the funds you have,” said Braman. ...
White: Bountiful month of November holds something for nearly all Missourians
(Outdoors ~ 11/25/17)
If ever there was a month that could be called “Sportsman’s Month” it has to be November. Whatever your outdoor pursuit — it all comes together this month, as November in Missouri holds something for everybody. I remember when the late Ray Heady, who was the outdoor editor of the Kansas City Star, said, “My health is always better in November.” That holds true for many Missouri outdoorsmen and women...
Hume goes to battle with roster of six
(High School Sports ~ 11/25/17)
The Hume Hornets opened the 2016-17 basketball season with just five available players. With the new season upon us very little has changed for the Hornets, as head coach Justin Wehar’s club opened the 2017-18 campaign Tuesday night with a roster of six...
- Meet your 2017-18 Nevada High cheerleaders (High School Sports ~ 11/25/17)
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