Thursday, April 14, 2014


Alliance Hosts District Music Competition

By AMANDA LOOMIS

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE  — The Alliance High was full of not only students from AHS but also students from — Hemingford, Hyannis, Chadron, Creek Valley, Crawford, South Platte, Gordon-Rushville, Garden County, Hay Springs, Thedford, and Mullen — for the 2014 District Music Competition hosted yesterday. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


One-Hour Walk Shines Light On TeamMates Organization

By AMANDA LOOMIS

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE — The local TeamMates Mentoring Program has been pairing mentors with mentees for 11 years, explained Karen Todd, local coordinator. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Trials Set For July Term

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — Two felony domestic assault cases are scheduled for trial during the jury term commencing July 28, following proceedings in Box Butte District Court Wednesday. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Alliance FFA Hosts 2013-14 Awards Banquet

ALLIANCE — The Alliance FFA chapter hosted their annual awards banquet Tuesday in the Alliance High Commons. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Alliance Archery Club Hosts Last Indoor 3-D Shoot This Season

ALLIANCE — The Alliance Archery Club hosted its last indoor 3-D shoot for the 2013-14 season. Every year attendance goes up at the indoor shoots. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


AMS Girls Compete At Scottsbluff Quad  

SCOTTSBLUFF — The Alliance Middle School boys and girls teams split Tuesday, competing at separate quads in the twin cities. The boys went to Gering and the girls were at Scottsbluff. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


AMS Boys Compete At Gering Quad  

GERING — The Alliance Middle School boys competed at the Gering quad Tuesday. The event featured athletes from Alliance, Chadron, Gering and Scottsbluff, but team scores were not available.  For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Alliance Crush Competes At Two April Tournaments 

ALLIANCE — Girls cannot play competitively in volleyball at Alliance Middle School until seventh grade. Local fifth and sixth grade girls formed a traveling team this year — the Alliance Crush. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Wednesday, April 23, 2014


Hearing Set For Irrigated Land Valuation

By JOHN E. WEARE

T-H Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — Freshly tilled field or range dotted with cows and young calves, every tract of land in Box Butte County has an assessed value. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Principal Candidates Down To Two

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — Last week, it was announced there were three applicants for the Alliance High School Principal position. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Alliance YMCA Encourages Kids To Get Out And Play

ALLIANCE — The Alliance Area Family YMCA is encouraging kids and families to make physical activity a part of their daily routine in an effort to combat the growing childhood obesity epidemic. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Medical Laboratory Professionals Key To Accurate Diagnosis

ALLIANCE — The Box Butte General Hospital (BBGH) Laboratory Department professionals take their job seriously, as they should since 80 percent of all medical decision health care providers make are based on the test results qualified laboratory staff provide each day. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Bobcats Third At WTC

By AARON WADE

T-H Director of Operations

MORRILL — Hemingford track and field teams traveled to Morrill last week for the Western Trails Conference meet. The Bobcat boys finished third. Mitchell and Bridgeport finished first and second respectively. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Monday, April 21, 2014


Reading, Writing And Reaching Out

By AARON WADE

T-H Director of Operations

HEMINGFORD – Lessons taught in school aren’t always from the textbook. Hemingford sixth graders recently learned the values of hard work and helping others. For these reasons the Alliance Times-Herald selected the class as this week’s Unsung Youth Heroes. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Life Of A Night Nurse

By ANNA LUCE

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE – Connie Waits, Good Samaritan resident, worked nights as a nurse through her career days. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Education for Older Drivers

By ANNA LUCE

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE – Over the Easter weekend many children were visited by the Easter Bunny, who gave them colorful eggs, candies, and other goodies in their Easter baskets. Churches across the City of Alliance had special Easter Sunday church services as well. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Streetscape Phase II Update

By AMANDA LOOMIS

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE — Streetscape Phase II is still set to move forward, but the project will not begin as originally planned. Phase II encompasses both the 300 and 400 Blocks of Butte Avenue. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


An Encore

By ANNA LUCE

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE – Todd Almond returned to visit his alma mater and to share his famous music in a concert at the Performing Arts Center on Saturday. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Pizza Causes Heavy Smoke Damage

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — At 5 a.m. Sunday, the Alliance Fire Department responded to a fire at an apartment in the 400 block of Boyd. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Things I Never Thought I’d Say

By AARON WADE

T-H Director of Operations

Two weeks ago I experienced an interesting, tiring and eventful weekend. My oldest child turned eight so we had his birthday party that Friday, which included a slumber party and four guests. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!