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Flood Presented With Friend of Community College Award by the NCCA

Flood Presented With Friend of Community College Award by the NCCA

November 15, 2012


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NORFOLK – The speaker of the Nebraska Legislature has been recognized for his work with the state’s two-year colleges. State Senator Mike Flood, Norfolk, is one of this year’s Friend of Community Colleges Award recipient from the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA).  The honor was...

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Waylon Goodwin, Nikita Rector, Shift Editor, Editor in Chief

October 9, 2012


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Besides October being Domestic Violence Awareness and National Book Club month, October is also Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast Cancer is the most common form of cancer among women, and there are currently over 2.5 million breast cancer survivors in the U.S. According to Freedictionary.com...

The Young Americans Come to Norfolk

The Young Americans Come to Norfolk

Dale Hayes Jr., Nikita Rector, Business Manager, Editor in Chief

October 9, 2012


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The Young Americans performing group will be returning to the Norfolk area this year. They will be holding a workshop at Norfolk Catholic High School October 25th through the 27th, with a concert being held on the final night.  This is third time that Norfolk Catholic has hosted the Young Americans. ...

Furby: Back from the Dead

Furby: Back from the Dead

Daira Gentrup, Graphic Artist

October 4, 2012


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There are many games, toys and shows we remember from our childhood. We loved them, we hated them and one day we’ll be telling our kids about how hard it was to grow up without all the new gadgets and gizmos that will be invented in the next 20 years. There’s one toy though, that will haunt my memories...

O’Neill High School Is At It Again

Caitlin Wilson, Reporter

September 14, 2012


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O'Neill High School is always doing something fun and exciting with the technology of today's world. On Tuesday September 4th, the students of Micheal Peterson's accounting class got the idea to pay tribute to Colin Dodd's rap about the Debit Credit Theory. After watching his video, the students decided...

Robbery Suspect in Custody

Waylon Goodwin, Shift Editor

September 11, 2012


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28 year old, Robert Joseph Thomas, was arrested September 6, 2012 in connection with a robbery that occurred in South Sioux City, NE in late July. Police say Thomas entered the Bank of the West  located at 1001 Dakota Ave. in South Sioux City, and demanded money from employees threatening them saying...

PRESIDENT OBAMA VISITS SIOUXLAND

PRESIDENT OBAMA VISITS SIOUXLAND

Waylon Goodwin, Editor/Reporter

September 4, 2012


Filed under Local News, National

President Barack Obama made an appearance on the Morningside College Campus in Sioux City, Iowa, Saturday Sept. 1, 2012 Some of the key issues President Obama touched on were the importance of the middle-class, and the importance of voting in the upcoming election in November. When the Democratic...

Car Crash on Highway 35

Car Crash on Highway 35

Britt Young, News Editor

April 24, 2012


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Between Benjamin Avenue and Norfolk Avenue on Highway 35 there was an accident that left two vehicles in bad shape. Around 4:00p.m on Monday, April 24th, two vehicles (a pickup and an explorer) collided as they tried to get off the side of the road to miss each other. One ambulance was on the scene,...

Summer events in Norfolk

April 19, 2012


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For people that always say that there is not much to do in Norfolk during the year, wait until the summer starts. The summer events start off with the traditional DC Lynch carnival in the Sunset Plaza parking lot. The carnival, that comes twice a year to Norfolk, will be making its visit to Norfolk from...

Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

Update on O’Neill High Schools Holocaust Literature Class Presentation

Caitlin Wilson, Web Editor

April 18, 2012


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The O'Neill High School Holocaust Literature class would like to invite the community and surrounding communities to attend their presentation at the O'Neill Public Library at 6:30 Monday, April 23rd. The students, Allison Depko, Kelci Ross, Beatriz Dominguez, and Ashley Tompkins, will present about...

Really, What is it?

Waylon Goodwin, Reporter

April 12, 2012


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“Dude, it’s beef.” “Chabon, carne de res.”  No matter what language you say it in, BPI (Beef Products Inc.) CEO Eldon Roth stands by his product and its new slogan, “Beef is Beef,” and is not backing down. The Dakota Dunes, SD based company has came under recent scrutiny for its beef filler...

Legend of the Bunny

Legend of the Bunny

Britt Young, News Editor

March 29, 2012


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Easter is coming soon, and the one thing that all the young children are looking forward to is the Easter Bunny hip-hopping along to their house. All the stores are loaded up with little bunnies and eggs filled with candy.  The children walk by the Easter section and long for the basket that they...

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