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Courtesy photo COVID-19 has had a profound impact on the livestock industry. Local hog producers have been hit hard as processing plants have reduced capacities, forcing producers to find alternative outlets or even euthanize pigs.

News

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Three Humphrey High School students were selected to participate in the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY) Leadership Seminars.

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Memorial Day will be celebrated differently this year.

The Highway 81/91 RCUT is coming, but not because people didn’t voice their opposition.

Sports

All remaining NSAA activity practices and competitions, including district and state competitions, have been cancelled for this school year.

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Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family got up off the canvass after Friday night’s gut-wrenching loss to finish the 2019-2020 campaign with a win over North Platte St.

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Sometimes one team is just a little better.

Saturday, Wynot played a little better than St. Francis to take a 59-51 win in the Class D2 state championship game at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Columns

In 1978, the press operators went on strike in New York City, and newspapers were never the same.

Our television is getting a work out.

Another one bites the dust.

When I worked at the Garden City, Kan., Telegram, I was one of about 13 people in the newsroom. Now there are five.

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