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Fire Takes Structure In Morning Blaze In Page

An early morning fire has left three Page people homeless. The fire was called into the Boyd-Holt 911 Dispatch Center at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday morning with the Page and the O'Neill Fire Department responding. The callers to the dispatch center reported two people were out of the house with possibly...
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Ian Munsick Concert In Three Weeks

The annual Summerfest Concert is coming up and fast. The concert sponsored by the O'Neill Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting Ian Munsick on Saturday, July 16 at the O'Neill Community Center Parking lot. The concert starts at 9 p.m. with the Sunset Sinners, opening for Ian Munsick. Breathing fresh...
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Outdoor Story Time (O'Neill)

We invite children and their grown-ups to join us for 20-25 minutes of songs, stories and rhymes. This program will be held outside the O'Neill Branch Library. In the event of inclement weather, we will hold the program indoors. Please call 617-349-4023 for more information.

Fourth of July Celebrations To Kickoff This Weekend

STUART — The annual 4th of July celebration will kick off Thursday, June 30, with a free-will offering to enter the Stuart White Horse Museum and Heritage Museum. At 7 p.m. there will be a rodeo at the Stuart rodeo grounds. On Friday, July 1, from 2-4 p.m. relive...

Holt County Board of Supervisors Proceedings (6-30-2022)

The Holt County Board of Supervisors met as a Board of Equalization with all members present except Chairman Frahm. County Assessor Tim Wallinger, Deputy County Treasurer Cathy Fuhrer and County Clerk Cathy Pavel were also in attendance. This meeting publicized pursuant to Section 84-1411 R.R.S. 1943. Notice of meeting given in advance thereof by publication in paper as shown by Affidavit of Publication on June 9, 2022, in the Holt County Independent. Acting Chairman Tielke convened the meeting at 9:00 A.M. with the flag salute.
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Robert Harold Bradley Sr.

Robert Harold Bradley Sr., passed away in Atkinson, Nebraska on June 11, 2022 surrounded by his loving wife, his children, and their spouses. Robert was born on Dec. 27, 1955 in Monte Vista, Colorado to Robert Earl and Annie Bradley. He lost his father at a very early age and Annie was remarried to Rodney Brown. Rodney Brown raised Robert and all the Bradley children as if they were his own and quickly became Dad.

Public Notices (6-30-2022)

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that LINQUIST TECHNOLOGIES, LLC, a Nebraska Limited Liability Company, is organized under the laws of the State of Nebraska. The registered agent is Donald L. Linquist, Jr. The street address of the registered agent and designated office is 109 North 2nd Street, P.O. Box 192, Page, Nebraska 68766. The general nature of its business is to engage in and to do any lawful act concerning any and all lawful business, other than banking or insurance, for which a limited liability company may be organized under the laws of Nebraska; and for all other purposes authorized by law, to the same extent as natural persons might or could do. The limited liability company was formed on June 1, 2022, and has perpetual existence. Its affairs shall be conducted by the Members pursuant to the Operating Agreement duly adopted by the Company.

Northeast to close Mon. July 4; fall registration continues

NORFOLK, Neb. - In observance of Independence Day, all offices at Northeast Community College in Norfolk and its extended campuses in O’Neill, South Sioux City and West Point, will be closed on Mon., July 4. The college and its extended campuses will re-open on Tue., July 5 at 8 a.m.

Holt County Department of Weeds Proceedings (6-30-2022)

The Holt County Board of Supervisors met as a Board of Equalization with all members present. County Assessor Tim Wallinger, County Treasurer Shelly Ross and County Clerk Cathy Pavel were also in attendance. This meeting publicized pursuant to Section 84-1411 R.R.S. 1943. Notice of meeting given in advance thereof by publication in paper as shown by Affidavit of Publication on May 19, 2022, in the Holt County Independent.

Stuart Helps Close "Digital Divide" Gap By Gaining Internet Access

Northeast Nebraska Telephone Company (NNTC) recognized the Village of Stuart, NE in Holt County as a Smart Rural Community (SRC) at the Stuart Park on Tuesday, June 14th. The designation comes from the Rural Broadband Association (NTCA) in conjunction with NNTC. This recognition is presented to those Broadband enabled communities who see an importance of Broadband Internet as a way to connect and grow through the capabilities of expanded online education, remote work, telehealth, ag technology, economic development, government services, safety and security. Stuart, NE is a Gig-Certified capable community enabling technology for all those who live and work there.

Flag Burning Ceremony Celebrates Flag's Service

The Son's of The American Legion, the American Legion and the O'Neill Fire Department held a flag burning ceremony last Tuesday, June 14 evening at the empty lot at 7th and Douglas. The American Legion passed a resolution in 1937 regarding what steps should be taken in appropriately disregarding an...

Local Author to hold book signing at Atkinson Library

Copies of Nelle Mack’s book will be available to purchase at $17 each at the book signing on June 29 at the Atkinson Public Library. Copies of the book (paperback or EBook) also are available on the author’s site: Nelle Mack describes herself as “a very spiritual...

Sister Maureen Murphy (1931 - 2022)

Sister Maureen Murphy, 90, passed away Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at Box Butte General Hospital in Alliance. She was born July 13, 1931 at Stuart, Nebraska to Jeremiah Patrick and Sophia Theresa (Kaup) Murphy and was given the name of Catherine Benedicta Murphy. Sister Maureen followed the Lord’s call to...

Association of Nebraska Art Clubs Winners

The ANAC (Association of Nebraska Art Clubs) Conference ended June 11 with more workshops and the dismantling of the 289 pieces of art from 38 clubs, with 25 of those being packaged to go on the year long ANAC Traveling show as they were the Best of Show and Award of Excellence winners, which will be in hosts’ galleries for one month. O’Neill will have the exhibition from June 12 to July 18. Of all the pieces, 4 Award winners were photos, and 3 of those were from Thedford Art Guild. Megan Licking won an Award of Excellence on her bull digging dirt with his tongue in his nose, titled ‘Snot today.’ Her photo of trees reflecting in a pond at sunset, ‘Reflections ‘ and Terri Licking’s ‘Nebraska Pre-Storm Sky’ got honorable mentions. Other winners from the area: Best of Show – David Dorsey, Sand Painters, Valentine, acrylic, ‘ Watermelon’ (pictured). Judge, Mary Binford Miller, Wichita, KS stated as soon as she turned the corner and saw the piece, she knew that would be her BoS. Other Award of Excellence winners: Daniel Smith, Arrow Artists, oil, ‘Garlicado”, Sue.

Amy Shane Retires After 16 Years Of Leadership At OPS

The beginning of July this year will bring new changes to the O'Neill Public School System. Amy Shane, who has been the Superintendent for the last 16 years will retire and turn the reins over to the new superintendent Mike Rotherham. Mrs. Shane, who has been in education for 35...