Saturday, August 30. 2014


Hemingford Antique Vehicles Moved To Gering Museum

By MYCHAL WILSON

Times-Herald Writer

HEMINGFORD — Four antique vehicles have a new home thanks to a donation to the Legacy of the Plains Museum from Sandra Wood of Hemingford. Wood inherited the three trucks and a car from her father after he passed away and she wanted them somewhere for all to see. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Here’s To A Colorful Weekend

By AMANDA MITTAN

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE— This weekend is Labor Day weekend and yes a three-day weekend for most. Labor Day is celebrated the first Monday of September and many consider it the end of the summer but it was formed to celebrate the American Labor movement and is dedicated to the social and economic achievements of workers. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!

Dobby’s Prepping For Annual Festival

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — Residents are again invited to take a trip to the past, at the annual Fall Festival at Dobby’s Frontier Town Sept. 20 and 21. Events are scheduled for 10 a.m.-6 p.m. each day. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Ice Buckets And ALS

By KOLTON QUICK

Spud Staff Writer

ALLIANCE — ALS, “Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis,” sometimes referred to as Lou Gehrig’s disease, is a neurodegenerative disease that works in a cycle, affecting the spinal cord and nerve cells in the brain. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


School Board To Conduct Budget Discussion

By MARK DYKES  

Asst. Managing Editor    

ALLIANCE — The Alliance Public Schools Board of Education will meet 7 p.m. Sept. 1 at the School Administration building. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Updates, Presentations On Commissioners Agenda

By AMANDA MITTAN

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE— The Box Butte County Commissioners will meet at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 2, on the second floor of the courthouse. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!

What A Difference Six Years Make

By AARON WADE

T-H Director of Operations

Travel back to Nov. 28, 2008. It is a cold, grey day after Thanksgiving. Colorado was at Nebraska for a nationally televised matchup. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Friday, August 29. 2014


Ribbon Cut At Panhandle Cooperative’s New Facility

By MYCHAL WILSON

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE — A ribbon cutting commemorated the grand opening of a new facility for Panhandle Cooperative Association just north of Alliance. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


E911 Board Discussing Moving Forward With New Technology

By AMANDA MITTAN

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE — The Box Butte County E911 Board met Thursday afternoon to discuss, consider and take all necessary action on agenda items. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Men Encouraged To Tap Into Primitive Sides

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — Men in the community can show off their cooking skills when it comes to traditional and non-traditional meats during the inaugural father-son game feed, titled “The Caveman Cook-off,” 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Alliance Evangelical Free Church. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Sugar Beets Still On Track

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — According to samples run Aug. 27, local sugar beets are looking good, Western Sugar Senior Agriculturist Wade Wimmer said, and have shown good growth in the past three weeks. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Motion Filed To Dismiss Case

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — Thursday in Box Butte County Court, a motion was filed by the state of Nebraska, to dismiss charges against Alejandro Chavez-Mondragon, 26, Midvale, Utah and 32-year-old transient Eugenio Mena-Dosta. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


City of Alliance Activity Report

ALLIANCE — All City offices will be closed on Monday, Sept. 1, for the Labor Day holiday. Regular office hours will resume on Tuesday, Sept. 2. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Brown Bag Programs At Alliance Library

ALLIANCE — Next week the Alliance Public Library and Friends of the Library will begin their Brown Bag series. Programs will include authors, Humanities Nebraska speakers, an astronomer, and the director of the Sandoz Center at Chadron State College, along with the traditional book reviews. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


ARC Hosts AR15 Match

ALLIANCE — David Orten took top overall honors at the third annual AR15 Match last weekend at Hoffland Range with a score of 62-B3. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Thursday, August 28, 2014

Public Transit Seeks Support For Local Fundin Managing Editor

Public Transit Seeks Support For Local Funding

By JOHN E. WEARE

T-H Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — As summer winds down local entities are finalizing their budgets for the next fiscal year. Box Butte County and the city of Alliance have both cut spending where possible and been wary of adding new expenses. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Parks Pleads Guilty To Federal Charge

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — Wednesday morning in the United States District Court, District of Nebraska, former Box Butte General Hospital Chief Operations Officer Jim Parks pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Litter Problem At Laing Lake

By MYCHAL WILSON

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE — Laing Lake was created to give citizens a peaceful place for recreation and relaxation, but that may be difficult when looking at the trash and algae floating along the shore. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!