Smith to Host Agriculture Summit Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) will host an Agriculture Summit on Wednesday, August 11, in Kearney, Nebraska. The summit will begin at 8:00 a.m. CT. The summit provides Third District constituents an opportunity to visit with Smith, ask questions, and share their thoughts on the future of agriculture policy. Joining Congressman Smith to discuss disaster relief and the direction of federal agriculture policy will be Mark Slupek, USDA Foreign Ag Service Deputy Administrator for Global Programs, Jordan Schlake, Nebraska Department of Agriculture Trade Representative, John McCoy, Orthman Manufacturing CEO, and Norm Krug, Preferred Popcorn CEO. “Sound agriculture and trade policies are a crucial part of ensuring Nebraska’s agricultural industry can compete in a global economy,” said Smith. “I look forward to direct engagement from Third District producers on the challenges they face. Getting these policies right will better position our producers to remain amongst the top-producing in the country.” 2021 Agriculture Summit Wednesday, August 11, 2021 Younes Conference Center South Ruby Room 6 416 West Talmadge Street Kearney, NE 68845 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. CT
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Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Annie Jr. to be presented by Atkinson Children’s Theater,” “Lemonade Stand benefits missions in Nigeria, Africa”, “Hay Days Clue #2 Given”, “Celebration includes open house, tours, food and bouncy houses,” “4-H Pre-Fair Day results given”, “Giving back: Armstrong pays it forward,” ““We're headed to the fair”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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Bounce houses were at the  WHMS Open House.
Nebraska Endangered Missing Advisory - Zoey Kain Issued On: Friday, July 30, 2021 at 12:52:55 PM McCook Police Department is attempting to locate ZOEY KAIN, 14, white female, short dark hair with red highlights. ZOEY is approximately 5'6" and 180 pounds. Last seen at 2242 on July 28, 2021 in McCook. Last seen wearing a grey shirt with Gary Superfoods logo, blue jeans and Hey Dude Shoes. It is unknown who ZOEY is with or what type of vehicle she is in. Contact 911 with any information about ZOEY KAIN.
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Zoey Kain - provided by NSP
Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “West Holt Huskies ready for school year,” “New associate pastor at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church”, “Hay Days Clue #1 Given”, “Attended Energy Camp,” “Champions on the ball diamond”, “Gotschall and Runyan to leave on military deployment,” “T-Ball season in full swing,” “Sindelar gardens, raises chickens,” and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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Atkinson T-shirt team members with their medals.
A funeral service for Marvin “Trig” Earl Doolittle, age 85, of Amelia, Neb. will be held on Wednesday, July 28, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at the Amelia United Methodist Church in Amelia. Jean Estill and Linda Lambert will officiate. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, July 27 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a 7:00 p.m. prayer service at Seger Funeral Home in Atkinson. Burial will be in the Chambers Cemetery at Chambers. A complete obituary will be included in this week’s issue of The Atkinson Graphic.
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Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Tushla comes home,” “Received Quilt of Valor”, “Bouska is new commander”, “Campbell is new chairman,” “Immanuel Lutheran holds VBS”, “Chamber of Commerce hosts Quilt Walk,” and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Cowboys stay in Atkinson on ride to Mount Rushmore on horseback,” “Tours given at Stuart school”, “Knutson deals with “trouble”,” “P.E.O. members honored,” “Hay Days BBQ sponsors needed”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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Forrest Drury and Cris Rodriquez
Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Tushla to be buried,” “F1C Tushla to be buried July 17,” “Butterfield wins Grand Champion”, “Parade winners announced,” “Ridin’ off into National High School Rodeo in Lincoln,” “Flat Iron celebrates anniversary in July”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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F1C Louis Tushla
Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Fires light up northern Holt County,” “F1C Tushla to be buried,” “Fire damaged land may have assessed value change”, “Highway 20 is scene of vehicle accident,” “Gibbens awarded Educator of Year,” “Stuart to celebrate Independence Day”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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This photo was shared by a reader and was taken approximately a half to three quarters of a mile from the fire.
Gov. Ricketts to Host "Protect Our Kids & Schools" Town Halls in Grand Island & Nebraska City Governor Pete Ricketts has announced that he will host “Protect Our Kids & Schools” town halls in Grand Island and Nebraska City. At the town halls, Governor Ricketts will discuss major priorities for the state’s schools, including the proposed health education standards and controversial sex education topics contained in them. At the town hall, Gov. Ricketts and others will deliver remarks about the draft sex education standards, and how Nebraskans can encourage the Nebraska Department of Education to scrap them. More information about Governor Ricketts’ opposition to the controversial sex education proposal can be found at www.Governor.Nebraska.gov. Protect Our Kids & Schools Town Hall in Grand Island When: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CT on Thursday, July 1, 2021 Where: Grand Royal Ballroom, Ramada Midtown Conference Center, 2503 S. Locust, GRAND ISLAND
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Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Can Care-a-Van visits Atkinson,” “Holt County TeamMates gets Community Builder Grant,” “Horse riders to be in Atkinson”, “Food Bank for Heartland representative visits,” “Wallinger qualifies for National Rodeo,” “Alvarez is WHMS Foundation Board new Junior Member”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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Linda Nekuda from the Atkinson -Stuart Food Pantry serves hamburgers to Bryce Kerkman and Tate Schmaderer after they made a donation to the Can Care-a-Van last Friday.	Photo by Lorraine Lieswald
Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “TC Energy confirms termination of Keystone XL Pipeline project,” “Public comment sought for study,” “Legion Auxiliary tells essay winners”, “Cost-Share Funds available through Lower Niobrara NRD,” “Blood drive to be in Atkinson, June 23,” “Vroomans set up lemonade stand”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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Maintenance Work Will Begin in Norfolk Weather permitting, maintenance work will begin June 17 at US-275 and 25th Street and June 18 at US-81 and Benjamin Avenue, according to the Nebraska Department of Transportation. State maintenance forces will be replacing traffic signal cabinets. Signals will be down from 9:00 a.m. until late afternoon. Traffic will be controlled with a 4-way stop. Motorists are reminded to drive cautiously in and near work zones, to buckle up, and put phones down.
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Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “WHMS adds COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics, take-home tests,” “Public comment sought for study,”, “Lower Niobrara NRD Board votes for new Irrigated Acres”, “Rentschlers deal with Type 1 diabetes,” “NCDHD gives COVID-19 updates, immunization schedules told,” “A fine place to stay”, and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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Traveler at Mill Race park
Gov. Ricketts to host “Stop 30 x 30” Town Hall in Norfolk, Thurs., June 3 Recently, Governor Pete Ricketts announced that he will be hosting a series of “Stop 30 x 30” town halls across Nebraska. 30 x 30 is a goal set by President Joe Biden to permanently protect in its natural state 30 percent of the nation’s land and waters by 2030. At the town halls, Gov. Ricketts and others will deliver remarks about the 30 x 30 plan, and how Nebraskans can push back on President Biden’s radical climate agenda. Details for the Governor’s town hall in Norfolk on June 3rd are below. Additional dates and times will be announced shortly. More information about Governor Ricketts’ opposition to 30 x 30 can be found at www.Governor.Nebraska.gov. Stop 30 x 30 Town Hall in Norfolk Thursday, June 3 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. CT at Johnny Carson Theater located at 801 Riverside Blvd. in Norfolk
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Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Legion holds Memorial Day program,” “Dr. Welshons joins Greater Sandhills Family Healthcare,”, “Fun Run held for Medical Services Foundation”, “First Communion received,” “Gov. Ricketts to host “Stop 30 x 30” Town Hall in Norfolk, Thurs., June 3,” and so many more! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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Memorial Day Program
A funeral service for Joel Beddow, age 77 of Atkinson will be held on Tuesday, June 1, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. at Seger Funeral Home in Atkinson. Visitation will be from 9:00 a.m. until the service time at the funeral home. Burial will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery at Atkinson. A complete obituary will be included in this week's Atkinson Graphic.
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Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Bloodmobile to be in Stuart, June 9,” “Memorial Day Program is Monday, May 31,”, “Reiman deals with dyslexia”, “Medal of Honor Highway walkers stop in Atkinson, burgers served at Legion Hall,” “Received funds for cleaning Mill Race Park,” and so many more including sports from both West Holt and Stuart Schools and baseball! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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Group who were walking the Medal of Honor Highway
Get your copy of this week's Atkinson Graphic, available later today, and read the articles that accompany these headlines, “Honors graduates told,” “Broncos qualify one for State Meet”, “West Holt golfers qualify”, “Headed to State Track,” “Alumni Mass to be held Sat., May 29,” “Memorial Day program scheduled,” “Lower Niobrara NRD issues Cease and Desist Order,” and so many more including sports from both West Holt and Stuart Schools! Don't miss out. Subscribe today - In-State is $40.00; Out-of-State is $46.00; or get an E-Edition for $20.00 and read The Graphic on-line anywhere!
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A funeral service for Arlene Margaret Voss Ries, age 86, of Wood Lake, Neb. will be held on Tuesday, May 18, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Ainsworth. Visitation will be held on Monday, May 17 from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. with a 6:30 p.m. prayer service at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Ainsworth. A graveside burial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Cemetery at Atkinson. A complete obituary will be included in this week’s issue of The Atkinson Graphic.
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