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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘Nebraska’

My hero is a Farmer

My hero is a Farmer

Mama, My Hero Didn’t Grow up to Be a Cowboy, He Grew Up to be a Farmer by Nancy Meyer Saturday, Sept 27 I attended the Harvest The Hope Concert nine miles north of Neligh, Nebraska.  This wasn’t any ordinary music concert.  It was a benefit headlined by none other than Neil Young and Willie Nelson, on behalf of a handful of grass-roots groups fighting the Keystone XL Pipeline in my home state of Nebraska. The event was massive.  Over 7000 tickets were sold and many acres of ... Full Story

Falafel King recalls Hatch Green Chile

Falafel King recalls Hatch Green Chile

  Falafel King recalls Hatch Green Chile Hummus and Hatch Green Chile Wraps because of possible Listeria contamination   Company name: Falafel King of Boulder, Colo.   Product names: ·         Hatch Green Chile Hummus in 10-ounce containers with “sell by” dates 02/14/2014 through 03/16/2014 ·         8.5-ounce Hatch Green Chile Wraps   Reason for recall: Potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes in the green chili from the ... Full Story

Obituary: Jack Olen Dawdy

Obituary: Jack Olen Dawdy

  Jack Olen Dawdy was born on June 9, 1941 to Lester Erwin Dawdy and Goldie Mae Wallace in Tecumseh, Nebraska. Jack received his formal education through Auburn High School in Nebraska, UCLA in California, and the Midwest Business College in Colorado. Jack Dawdy accepted Christ as his Savior while he was in the U.S. Navy, where he served as a Radio Man on the USS TALUGA (AO-62). Jack spent most of his life as a self-employed businessman serving his community with a wide range of ... Full Story

Obituary: John E. Kokes

Obituary: John E. Kokes

John E. Kokes, 55, of Berthoud passed away on March 5, 2012 from a long battle with cancer. He was born on December 25, 1956 in Sidney, Nebraska to Glenn and Vivian Kokes. John attended Caliche High School and graduated in 1975. On February 8, 1997 he married Jeri O’Bryan and together they made Berthoud, Colorado their home for the last 18 years. John worked heavy equipment construction throughout Colorado in various locations. John’s enjoyments in life were golfing, 4-wheeling in the ... Full Story

Nebraskans applaude Keystone decision

Nebraskans applaude Keystone decision

          Nebraska Rancher: Keystone Pipeline Decision Shows ‘Courage’ What do you think about the White House’s recent decision? It’s somewhat astounding to me. The turn of events… what has happened in the last few months. I would give the State Department credit. They came out to Nebraska and all the other states and held hearings. They must have listened to our concerns.The people of Nebraska came out in full force, filled the ... Full Story

Keystone XL Cops

Keystone XL Cops

The Keystone Cops comedy continues but this is no silent movie. Colorado congressman Mike Coffman claims to lead an effort to call on the president to reconsider his denial of the pipeline. Well, the pipeline does not cross his district so why should he be concerned about the problems this leaky pipe line will bring to those along it route. I will put his press release last to that you can parse his ideas after reading more about the pipeline We offer several articles for your information. ... Full Story

Rural support for denying Keystone

Center for Rural Affairs applauds Denial of Pipeline Construction Controversial Keystone XL Pipeline route rejected Lyons, NE - Americans concerned about the proposed route of the Keystone XL Pipeline received welcome news Wednesday when the Obama administration announced the rejection of a special U.S. State Department permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. “We applaud President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton for making a common sense decision that protects both Nebraska and the ... Full Story

This Week in College Football History: Nov. 28 –

This Week in College Football History: Nov. 28 – Dec. 4

  As part of an ongoing series throughout the fall, The National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame posts This Week in College Football History, which takes a look back at some of college football's landmark moments over the last 143 years.    This Week in College Football History: Nov. 28 - Dec. 4   FEATURED MOMENT: November 29, 1996 - With identical 7-0 conference records, No. 5 Colorado marched to Lincoln, Neb., to face College Football Hall ... Full Story

Why Are Penn State And Nebraska Playing On Saturday?

Why Are Penn State And Nebraska Playing On Saturday?

      By Mike Moran     It is becoming the question that I keep asking myself, repeatedly. Why are Penn State and Nebraska going to play a college football game on Saturday? The more I ponder the question, the more reasons I find to question the contest, as unpopular as the concept of cancellation may seem to most. As I watched the chaos unfold last night in State College after the announcement by the Trustees of Penn State that coach Joe ... Full Story

Obituary: Clarence Otto Greckel

  Clarence Otto Greckel, age 93 passed away Friday, October 28, 2011 at Berthoud Living Center in Berthoud, Co. His memorial service was held at Viegut Funeral Home in Loveland, on Friday November, 4, 2011 at 10 a.m. Clarence was born December 1, 1917 to Otto and Martha Greckel in Bloomfield, Nebraska. There he attended school through the 8th grade when, as with many during those years, his help was needed on the family farm. He enlisted in the United States Navy in 1942 and served ... Full Story

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