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Intralinks hires new employees for Chadron office

CHADRON — As Intralinks nears the completion of their Chadron office, they hired two new employees: Robert Sullivan as a Network Specialist and Grace Sorenson as a Receptionist. Intralinks, which provides services for personal and business computer needs, is opening a new Chadron location at 130 West 3rd Street, open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. They will be having an open house on June 9 from 2-6 p.m. with food, drinks, and a prize wheel, with a ribbon cutting at 5 p.m.
CHADRON, NE
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Chadron City Transit moves forward with pilot program

Chadron City Transit has more exciting news to share with the community. After the community public forum last week, we are now moving forward with the PILOT PROGRAM for a second Transit Bus that will be a FIXED/DEVIATED route. This is in ADDITION to the existing DEMAND route the City Transit currently runs. This will be effective June 1st, 2022.
CHADRON, NE
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Perry Allen Beguin (1946 - 2022)

Perry Allen Beguin was born to Hank and Aggie Beguin in Rushville, Nebraska on April 25, 1946. He went to be with the Lord and his son Brent on May 6, 2022. He grew up on the Beguin ranch 20 miles south of Rushville and was the youngest of four boys, Blake, Blayne, and Jerry. He loved the Sandhills and the country way of life. You can take the boy out of the country, but not the country out of the boy.
RUSHVILLE, NE
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Perry Allen Beguin

Perry Allen Beguin was born to Hank and Aggie Beguin in Rushville, Nebraska on April 25, 1946. He went to be with the Lord and his son Brent on May 6, 2022. He grew up on the Beguin ranch 20 miles south of Rushville and was the youngest of four boys, Blake, Blayne, and Jerry. He loved the Sandhills and the country way of life. You can take the boy out of the country, but not the country out of the boy.
RUSHVILLE, NE
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Infrastructure investment; millions in federal funding earmarked for tribal dam upgrades

OGLALA, S.D. — The Oglala Dam is getting an upgrade after sitting empty for years. “We’re announcing $29 million in funding this fiscal year for the dams program, including $22 million to repair the dam at Pine Ridge, along with six other dams across Indian country,” says Bryan Newland, assistant secretary, U.S. Dept. of Interior for Indian Affairs.
OGLALA, SD
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Chadron police reminds community to mow, trim property

Spring looks to be upon us and with the recent needed moisture, the grass is turning green and flowers are starting to bloom. We would like to offer a friendly reminder to mow, trim or spray your property or properties, and to trim branches encroaching on sidewalks, alleys and roadways early and on a regularly basis. City of Chadron Ordinances §11-304, §11-305, §11-307, §13-114 and §13-119 are all available for review at the City of Chadron website, https://www.chadron-nebraska.com/
CHADRON, NE
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Nebraska: 2 Record-Keeping Workshops, Rushville, May 23

Keeping your records up to date on the farm or ranch is important but can be a complicated task. Nebraska Extension is offering two workshops in Rushville at the Sheridan County Extension Office (800 S Loofborrow St.) on Monday, May 23. These workshops will help you develop an easier process in keeping records by using tools, resources and tips taught during the sessions.
RUSHVILLE, NE
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Oglala Sioux Tribe asking for help to locate missing nine-year-old boy

PINE RIDGE RESERVATION, S.D. — The Oglala Sioux Tribe is asking for the public’s help in locating nine-year-old Cole Lee Wayne Mills. Mills stands four-foot-eight and weighs 90 to 95 lbs. with brown eyes and light brown hair. He was last seen around 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 14, east of Pine Ridge.
OGLALA, SD
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Wanda A. (Wedekind) Kreitman

Wanda Arlene Wedekind Kreitman passed from this life into eternal life on May 10, 2022. She is survived by her daughter Barbara (Kreitman) McCartney and husband Fred of Chadron and her daughter Karlene (Kreitman) Well and husband Keith of Elizabethtown, KT, grandchildren: Amanda Earl, husband Brandon of Spearfish, SD, Scott Young, wife Mariah of Burlington, VT, Richard Well of Amberg, Germany, Ryan Well, wife Rachel of Lincoln and Rebecca Well of Mobile, AL, great grandchildren: Jezlin, Talon and Violet Earl, Krito, Asunh and McCartney Young, Evelyn and Emily Well, Special Angel friends Janel Dexter, Cathy Donahue and Barbara Merritt.
CHADRON, NE
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Twelve scholarships awarded to Nebraska students

LINCOLN – Expanding the highly-successful program in its second year, Chadron State, Peru State, and Wayne State Colleges awarded the Nebraska State Colleges Multi-Activity Scholarship to twelve high school students. “We are pleased to recognize twelve outstanding students with the Nebraska State Colleges Multi-Activity Student Scholarships,” said Dr. Paul...
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