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Bradshaw man sentenced to jail, probation for felony perjury

YORK – Rodney G. Will, 56, of Bradshaw has been sent to jail and ordered to probation in a case where he was initially charged with nine counts of felony perjury. According to court documents, Will was questioned during a preliminary hearing in York County Court back on June 17, 2021. During his testimony during that preliminary hearing, he was asked about the details of deputies being at his residence.
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Grand Island Independent

Unthinkable thefts . . . and advice on how to combat gravesite crime

YORK – This is the time of year when everyone goes to the graves of their loved ones, to leave behind mementos, flowers, special items, decorations, as a sign of love and everlasting devotion. So it’s defeating and quite frankly mind-boggling that a conversation has to be had on...
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York News-Times

York neighbors: Obituaries for May 26

Read through the obituaries published today in York News-Times. Francis W. "Hub" Hurst, 80, of Fairmont, passed away on Tuesday, May 24, 2022 in Fairmont. He was born on April 12, 1942 to Harold and Helen (…
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Scout honors veterans through the Avenue of Flags

YORK -- With the help of Andrew Quick, a member of Boy Scout Troop 174, the Veterans Avenue of Flags will soon be on display along the north and south routes of York. Quick grew up in a patriotic family. He is the son of Brian and Molly Quick of York. When looking for his Eagle Scout projects, Quick wanted to do something that would be rewarding and helpful to the community. Brian introduced Andrew to Bruce Wagner of Wagner Decorating and Hobby Shop who was the founder of York’s Avenue of Flags 25 years ago.
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Grand Island Independent

Woman sentenced to prison for having large amount of methamphetamine

YORK – A 48-year-old Lincoln woman (whose address has also been listed as Lexington in court documents) has been sentenced to prison time in York County District Court in a case involving her possession of a very large amount of methamphetamine. Marlene Browning earlier pleaded guilty to attempt of...
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York gets a blessed, slow soaking: One inch is the norm

YORK – It began raining around midday Tuesday, exactly as the weatherman promised, continued all night and through the day Wednesday. By early morning Wednesday, York proper had received a 24 hour total of an inch of rain. Better yet, the wet stuff fell softly and achieved maximum penetration into the soil.
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York News-Times

City budget talks have started, with wish and want lists

Editor’s note: This is the second installment in a series regarding preliminary conversations regarding the city’s budget for the upcoming fiscal year. The city council recently had a special meeting to discuss different departments with the heads of those offices, to hear their needs and wants for the next year and into the future.
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Grafton man pleads no contest to arson in York

YORK – Steve E. Baloun, 56, of Grafton, has changed his plea in a case involving arson and burglary in York. This case began when the sheriff’s department was dispatched to a property in York where a woman said she believed Baloun poured gasoline on her house and a shed in an attempt to burn them.
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Bryan Health unveils new medical center in central Nebraska

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Day 1 Recap: Puelz soars to fourth national title as one of four Bulldog All-Americans

GULF SHORES, Ala. – Josie Puelz has done it again. The Lincoln Lutheran High School alum soared to a fourth-straight pole vault national title while rising to the top of the NAIA on Wednesday (May 25). Puelz emerged as one of four All-Americans for Concordia University Track & Field on the first day of the 2022 NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships. Other Bulldogs to reach the podium in Gulf Shores, Ala., were hammer throwers Alli Owings, Sarah Ragland and Chris Wren.
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York woman sentenced to probation for failure to comply as sex offender

YORK – Tambra Patz, 53, of York, was sentenced this week in a case involving her non-compliance as a registered sex offender. Investigators said she failed to provide required information to local authorities, as she is legally bound to do so as a lifetime registrant in the state of Nebraska.
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