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UNK celebrates milestone in STEM building construction

UNK celebrates milestone in STEM building construction

KEARNEY, Neb. – The following is from UNK Communications: “The University of Nebraska at Kearney’s new STEM building reached a milestone Tuesday afternoon. Representatives from UNK and the construction team gathered for a ceremonial beam signing and topping-out event to celebrate the continued progress on the 90,000-square-foot facility that will transform science, technology, engineering and…

$48 Million Approved for Nebraskans After March Flooding

$48 Million Approved for Nebraskans After March Flooding

NEBRASKA – The following is from the Federal Emergency Management Agency: “One month after the March 21 major disaster declaration for Nebraska flooding, more than $48 million in federal funding has been approved for Nebraskans affected by the disaster. The State of Nebraska, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), other federal agencies, the private sector…

Temporary Lane Closures: 26th Street and Avenue N

Temporary Lane Closures: 26th Street and Avenue N

KEARNEY, Neb. – The following is from the city of Kearney: “The City of Kearney Public Works Department announces that Nielsen Contracting will be working in the area of 26th Street and Avenue N beginning today Tuesday, April 23, 2019 and lasting through Monday April 29, 2019. Citizens should expect the northbound outside lane of…

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KGFW Sports – High School Update 4/23/19

KGFW Sports – High School Update 4/23/19

Kearney High Boys Soccer Yesterday @ Lincoln High Kearney 2 Lincoln High 0 Kearney finishes off an unbeaten regular season for the first time since 1992 and ends the regular season with a 15-0 record heading into the post-season. Goalie Jacob Hardy recorded his 12th shutout of the season, and Royce Austen recorded his 12th…

KGFW Sports – Storm Acquire 2, Game 3 Tonight

KGFW Sports – Storm Acquire 2, Game 3 Tonight

The Tri-City Storm have acquired defenseman Michael Ferrandino, and defenseman Trevor Griebel in yesterday’s USHL’s Dispersal Draft for the Central Illinois Flying Aces. The Flying Aces announced a temporary withdrawal from on ice competition to focus on the future of the organization. The Storm can close out their Western Conference semi-final matchup with the Des…

KGFW Sports – High School Update 4/18/19

KGFW Sports – High School Update 4/18/19

Kearney High Girls Soccer Lost @ Norfolk 2-1 Kearney Baseball @ Creighton Prep (Double Header) – 2:00 (ON KGFW) Kearney Catholic Soccer vs. Columbus Lakeview – 5:00 @ Ted Baldwin Field Kearney High Boys Golf @ Columbus Invitational – 9:00 @ Elks CC Kearney Catholic Boys Golf @ Gibbon Invite – 1:00 Kearney High Track…

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Militia group agrees to leave their encampment in New Mexico near US border

Militia group agrees to leave their encampment in New Mexico near US border

KVIA-TV(SUNLAND PARK, N.M.) —  An armed militia group of private citizens has agreed to leave their encampment near the U.S.-Mexico border after officials expressed concerns about them brandishing weapons on public property.”They decided it wasn’t worth the fight,” Sunland Park, New Mexico, Police Chief Javier Guerra told ABC News on Tuesday.Members of the group, which…

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Serena Williams posts video of daughter Olympia trying out tennis racquets

Serena Williams posts video of daughter Olympia trying out tennis racquets

TPN/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — The apple certainly doesn’t fall from the tree! Tennis superstar Serena Williams posted this video of her daughter Olympia hitting the racquet closet not once, but four times! “History in the making,” she wrote in the caption as little Olympia gave each racquet a smash test! Some of Williams’ celebrity friends…

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Bad winter wx forces calving season question

Damage from blizzards and flooding have raised the question of changing future calving seasons to late spring and early summer. Glenn Selk, Oklahoma State Emeritus Extension animal health specialist, tells Brownfield in the upper Midwest region, a breeding season in the hotter months of summer might be feasible, ”Getting the calving out of that time…

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