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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


Filed under Local News

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


Filed under Local News

“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...

MS Benefit: Support Candi Jareske

MS Benefit: Support Candi Jareske

Nikita Rector, Editor in Chief

March 29, 2012


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On April 22, 2012 there will be an MS Benefit for Candi Jareske. MS stands for Multiple Sclerosis. According to PubMed Health, MS is an autoimmune disease that affects the brain and spinal cord, or central nervous system. Candi Jareske is an MS survivor. She has gone through several sessions of...

O’Neill High Schools Literature class embarks to Washington D.C. for Remembrance Project

O’Neill High Schools Literature class embarks to Washington D.C. for Remembrance Project

Caitlin Wilson, Web Editor

March 16, 2012


Filed under Local News

Early in the morning on Friday March 2nd, 2012, the O’Neill High School Holocaust Literature class, consisting of seniors Allison Depko, Kelci Ross, Beatriz Dominguez, Ashley Tompkins, and teacher, Katrina Gotschall, boarded a plane to Washington D.C. to take on a journey that was distinguished by...

Norfolk Bruizin’ Bettys

Norfolk Bruizin’ Bettys

Brittany Hinkel, Reporter/Cartoonist

March 15, 2012


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While others may spend their Saturday nights performing the boring and monotonous tasks of everyday life, the Norfolk Bruizin’ Bettys are on a derby track, making a difference in a way that is unique, yet fitting. The Norfolk Bruizin’ Bettys are a roller derby team that practices and competes...

The War on All Shores

March 1, 2012


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As the old saying goes “time waits for no man.” But in this case it waits for a women or so as it seems. With the recent passing of Whitney Houston it slowed and almost came to a stop as multiple news stations dedicated their time to shelling out information of her life including her drug abuse;...

A Crazy Valentines Day

Britt Young, News Editor

February 17, 2012


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Not only was there a crash, a shooting, and another death; there was also an attempted bank robbery and a shoplifting incident at Walmart.  Al Cappone's ghost must have been watching over us. On Tuesday the day of love, many were in shock to find out that two people ran off the bridge that morning...

BREAKING NEWS: Standoff in Stanton involves suspect from Norfolk shooting

February 16, 2012


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The suspect of the shooting in Norfolk  last Tuedsday is suspected to be in a shootout this afternoon in Stanton, Nebraska. Stanton Sheriff Mike Unger says he is confident that Carlos Alfredo Averalos-Martinez is in a house in south side of Stanton. The schools in Stanton have are on lock down unti...

Shooting in Norfolk leaves one in critical condition

Shooting in Norfolk leaves one in critical condition

Alberto Garcia, A&E Editor

February 15, 2012


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A shooting which took place in Norfolk Tuesday at around  12:15 p.m.left one person in critical condition. Edna Gutierrez, 33, also known as Edna Little Elk was shot at 706 South 3rd Street, in Norfolk, NE. The suspect of the crime is 34 year old Carlos Alfredo Arevalo-Martinez. Gutierrez was shot...

UPDATE: Crash on east Benjamin Avenue

UPDATE: Crash on east Benjamin Avenue

Alberto Garcia, A&E Editor

February 14, 2012


Filed under Campus, Local News

Two students at Northeast Community College were involved in a car wreck on east Benjamin Avenue  Tuesday morning. At 10:45 a.m., the 2004 Dodge Ram pickup they were driving, lost control after they hit what appeared to be a patch of ice on the road. The car then proceeded to breaking the guard...

Crash on east Benjamin Avenue

Crash on east Benjamin Avenue

Alberto Garcia, A&E Editor

February 14, 2012


Filed under Local News

Today at around 10:45 a.m.,  a car going eastbound on east Benjamin Avenue got into a wreck. Norfolk Police Chief Mizner, stated that the car was apparently hit a patch of ice which caused the driver to go into the guard rail. The car hit the guard rail over the bridge that spans the flood control near...

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