CURTIS — Australian shepherds and border collies are two popular breeds of dogs used for herding sheep or cattle on farms and ranches.
A Curtis man is behind an effort to recall longtime Frontier County Sheriff Dan Rupp alleging mismanagement of the office.
CURTIS — The Aggie class of 2021 graduating on May 6 from the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture will hear from University of Nebraska …
A 57-year-old Nebraska man died New Year's Eve after being ejected in rollover crash in Red Willow County.
He is charged with five counts of possession of a controlled substances well as a charge each of possession of money while being in possession of a controlled substance and having no drug stamp.
North Platte Community College will bid farewell to longtime diesel instructor Kent Beel later this month. Beel has worked in NPCC’s applied t…
Maxwell J. Allen is scheduled to be arraigned in district court Aug. 27. He is charged with five counts of possession of a controlled substance as well as a charge each of possession of money while being in possession of a controlled substance and having no drug stamp.
Larry Gossen, NCTA's new dean, has come full circle from growing up in a small town and living on a farm to coming back to small-town living.
Maxwell J. Allen, who is charged with seven drug-related felonies stemming from a June incident, tested positive for THC, opiates and cocaine on Aug. 7, according to Frontier County Court documents.
A national treasure was laid to rest in McCain Cemetery recently (Aug. 3). Ted Hanich from Dunning was 99 years old and had served in the U.S.…
CURTIS — Mention Sandy Wills to folks in Curtis and they’ll likely have been the beneficiary of one of her baked or handmade creations.
CURTIS — A fast-paced month after her college commencement as a veterinary technician, Nebraska native Chrissy Starkey is settled into a new h…
CURTIS — Thirteen students at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture at Curtis had perfect 4.0 grade point averages for the spring semester.
CURTIS — Fifty-two Aggie students were named to the NCTA Honor Roll with a GPA of 3.5-3.99.