PERU, Neb. - Peru State College recently signed a transfer agreement with Highland Community College in Northeast Kansas to facilitate the transfer of HCC graduates to Peru State.
Better get the lawn mowed because Google Street View is sweeping through Fort Wayne. It makes a drive through Constitution Hill Office Park on June 24.
The Silex Banking Company of Silex has achieved another Superior 5-Star Rating from Bauer Financial, the nation’s premier bank rating firm. In the 30-plus years that Bauer has been analyzing banks, there has been a rise of increasingly complicated investments as well as burgeoning regulation.
SALT LAKE CITY — The mystery of what happened to a University of Utah student who vanished nearly a week ago remains as puzzling as it is scary.
LINCOLN — Tamon Lynum liked the Nebraska scholarship offer a lot before he visited NU’s campus this weekend.
We are hoping the 4th of July will be its typical hot day in Highland. Lots of activities are planned throughout the day and evening. If you have not made a donation to Roger Gormley, or leave it at the Bank of Highland, it's not too late to do so to cover costs of the fireworks and other events of the day. Highland PRIDE is serving homemade ice-cream and there will be hot dogs, etc. served at the Community Center by our EMTs and firemen. Read complete details in this Kansas Chief. You may contact Roger at 442-3373.
Gail A. Woodruff of Mt. Pleasant, a representative for Modern Woodmen of America, is one of a small percentage of financial representatives worldwide to achieve membership in the prestigious Million Dollar Round Table this year. The local Modern Woodmen office is located at 405 S. Mission Street, Suite A in Mt. Pleasant. Contact Woodruff at 989-779-7800 for more information about Modern Woodmen’s financial services and fraternal programs.
EASTON — Along with the usual games, rides and tasty summer fare of Easton’s annual carnival and Fourth of July celebration, this year’s community event will feature music of the Woodstock generation by The Janglebachs.
North Dakota’s oil production has been setting new records as a state, even while remaining the No. 2 producer in the nation. However, sometime — perhaps last year or even the year before — one of its counties set a national record. It was a record that no one really even noticed, until a newspaper in New Mexico happened to write about it.
Dear Editor: We need only look back a few years to know what awaits Wisconsin’s wolves if the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is successful in its proposal to strip gray wolves of the federal protections afforded to them under the Endangered Species Act . The last time our wolves lost their federal ESA protections Wisconsin immediately opened up trophy hunting and trapping seasons. In just one season, 20% of Wisconsin’s wolf population was wiped out. During the 2013-14 and 2014-15 seasons, over half of the wolves killed were pups. During Wisconsin’s three trophy hunting and trapping seasons, other cruel killing methods were allowed, including hunting wolves with dogs.
Lucas Hogan is The Citizen's 2019 boys lacrosse player of the year. Hogan is the latest Cayuga County-area player to win the honor. See the rest of the winners from over the years.
If the Coffee County Commission approves the proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year, the sheriff’s department will finally see pay raises, after years of unsuccessful requests by the sheriff’s department.
The office of U.S. Rep. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, will host casework on-sites, where staff members will be available to assist constituents with any federal department or agency issue on Thursday from 9-10:30 a.m. at the Village of North Baltimore Council Chambers.
A Dickinson College graduate who missed his commencement ceremony due to a hospitalization got a surprise on Saturday from his alma mater.
BRYAN, Ohio — A Hillsdale County, Michigan man is being sought in connection with the apparent murder of an Angola man.
The Quad-Citizen of the Year Award is a partnership between the Quad-City Times and IHMVCU to honor outstanding Quad-City area residents who go above and beyond for their community.
The University of Pennsylvania recently hosted a forum and expo with representatives from local minority and women-owned businesses and community leaders showcasing strategies that are prompting supplier diversity at Penn and beyond.
BALTIMORE — A U.S. judge says new evidence paints a "disturbing picture" that racial discrimination may be the motive behind the Trump administration's push to ask everyone in the country about citizenship status.
LINCOLNTON – Three inmates carried out what Sheriff Bill Beam called a “savage” attack on officers at the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center over the weekend.
“Anna” highlights the life of a female spy during the Cold War and manages to stay fresh and entertaining throughout with thrilling twists, brutal action and a look into what espionage can do to the mind.
Not long ago, I had a fantastic entrée at a place that had recently entered it in a local culinary contest. I could not believe it didn’t win and was immediately curious about what possibly could have beaten it out. With a little online searching, I learned which establishment DID win that contest.
Set to take stage for the fourth Summer on the Square series in 2019 is local band Mystery Train. Hailing from Wayne County with band members Bear Jarman on drums and vocal, Nick Perkins on guitar, Gordon Perkins on guitar and vocal and J.D. Willhite on bass and vocals.
Just in time for summer vacation, Lorain and Amherst youth will have a place to go with a focus on nutrition programs, downtime and a sense of community.
As he pursues the Democratic presidential nomination, Gov. Jay Inslee’s refusal to rule out a third term has left a pileup of politicians waiting on his decision. And, increasingly, some are not standing idly by. Two statewide elected officials, Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz, are openly eyeing the governor’s […]
MCCAMMON — The bison at the Perkins ranch have a gait, physical features, a way of interacting with people and other distinguishable traits recognizable to their owners.
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, 900 Kennesaw Mountain Drive in Kennesaw, will have the following programs in July:
College students with an interest in serving as spokespersons for animal agriculture are urged to to apply for the position of Minnesota State Fair 4-H Animal Science Speaking Up for Animal Agriculture Peer Mentor. Six positions are available. This program is sponsored by Minnesota 4-H and Minnesota Livestock Breeders Association.
HARTINGTON — Services for James A. “Jim” Eickhoff, 87, Hartington, will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 25, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Hartington. The Rev. Owen Korte will officiate. Burial will be in St. Michael’s Cemetery in Hartington with military rites provided by Hartington VFW Post 5283 and Hartington American Legion Post 4.
The regular committee of the whole meeting of the Pere Marquette Charter Township Board of Trustees that was scheduled for Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. has been cancelled, according to Township Supervisor Paul Keson.
CREIGHTON — Services for Daniel “Dan” Hoferer, 71, Creighton, will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, June 29, at St. Ludger Catholic Church in Creighton. The Rev. Jeremy Hans will officiate.
NIOBRARA — Services for LaVerne Kemp, 89, Niobrara, will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 27, at St. William’s Catholic Church in Niobrara. The Rev. Jeremy Hans will officiate with burial in L’Eau Qui Court Cemetery in Niobrara.
ROCK HALL - Ann Sherman Walls, 99, of Rock Hall, MD, passed away on June 12, 2019. She was born at home in Scobeyville, NJ, to the late Catherine and John Sherman on August 6, 1919.
A video posted to Facebook depicting one Midland County teen apparently firing a pellet gun into the mouth of another was a hoax and did not involve a loaded gun, Midland County Sheriff Scott Stephenson said in a press release.
As part of its 10th year as title sponsor of Wawa Welcome America!, Wawa Hoagie Day, July 2, will feature a heartfelt salute to our local and national heroes, and free admission to the National Constitution Center. Plus this year, Wawa is building and serving the largest number of hoagies to date — weighing a total of nine tons.
WINSIDE — Services for Faye Mann, 89, Wayne, will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, June 28, at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Winside. Burial will be in the Greenwood Cemetery in Wayne.
McLEAN — Services for Delmar D. Pfanstiel, 90, McLean, are pending at Stonacek Memorial Chapel in Osmond. He died Monday, June 24, 2019, at Faith Regional Health Services in Norfolk.
PIERCE — Memorial services for Donald R. “Don” Zimmer, 95, Pierce, are pending at Stonacek Memorial Chapel in Pierce. He died Sunday, June 23, 2019, at Heritage of Bel-Air Nursing Home in Norfolk.
WAYNE — Services for Alyce J. Konold, 98, formerly of Wakefield and South Sioux City, are pending with Hasemann Funeral Home in Wayne. She died Saturday, June 22, 2019, at Countryview Estates in Wayne.
WAYNE — Services for Phyllis Kubes, 90, Omaha, formerly of Battle Creek, are pending at Hasemann Funeral Home in Wayne. She died Sunday, June 23, 2019, at an Omaha hospital.
RANDOLPH — Services for Kevin Keifer, 55, Randolph, are pending with Johnson Funeral Home in Randolph. He died Sunday, June 23, 2019, at Osmond General Hospital in Osmond.