Friday, April 17, 2015


New Library Board Elected

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — On April 10, at a meeting of Friends of the Library, it was my honor to accept a nomination and election to the office of president for the organization. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


SSI, City To Seek Transit Support From County

By AMANDA MITTAN

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE— The Box Butte County Commissioners will meet at 8 a.m. Monday, April 20, on the second floor of the courthouse 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!


Rezone Of District To Allow Churches

By MYCHAL WILSON

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE — Iglesia Bethel Church requested the city of Alliance consider adding churches as a permitted use in Rural Residential Districts (RR). For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Traveling The Sidney-Deadwood Trail

By MYCHAL WILSON

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE — The Knight Museum and Sandhills Center welcomed a visitor from Sidney to educate those interested in the Sidney-Deadwood Trail and the Cheyenne-Blackhills Express route. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


City Of Alliance Activity Report

ALLIANCE— Choice Gas Election will continue through Thursday, April 23. The would like to encourage residents to call the available suppliers during the election period to be advised of the daily gas rates to ensure a selection that is right for you. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Nunes Looks To Break Own 10k Record In California Today

By KYLE CUMMINGS

T-H Sports Editor

LONG BEACH, Calif. – Jayme Nunes probably never heard a complaint while she had a paper route in Alliance. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Thursday, April 16, 2015


Insufficient Signatures End Recall Push

By MYCHAL WILSON

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE — The recall filed against Vice Mayor Wally Seiler and Council member Fred Feldges in February will not go through, as the petitioner did not collect enough valid signatures. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Moisture Helps Lower Fire Index

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — For the past several days, much of the weather in Alliance and the surrounding area has been warm and dry. While it’s a nice break from the snow and freezing rain common with winter and early spring, the drier weather can increase the risk of fire. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Rural Broadband Expanding Throughout Nebraska

By JOHN E. WEARE

T-H Managing Editor

HEMINGFORD — Internet access in Nebraska, especially broadband, has been viewed in terms of a digital divide — the disparity of access and use based on location and income level. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Herb Gardens Easy To Set Up, Maintain

By MARK DYKES

Asst. Managing Editor

ALLIANCE — There’s nothing like a good home-cooked meal, especially with the right seasoning. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


April Recognizes The Importance Of Mathematics

By AMANDA MITTAN

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE— Every child has their favorite subject in school. Some like to explore the world through reading and some prefer to put their imagination to work through writing. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Turek Siblings’ Competiveness Brings Out Best In Each Other

By KYLE CUMMINGS

T-H Sports Editor

HEMINGFORD — Many people around the area have heard of Brady Turek. The senior Bobcat set state-wide records for the most return touchdowns in a game (three against Creek Valley) and career (16) for eight-man football, all while helping Hemingford win the Class D-1 Nebraska State Football Championship this past season. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Three Hemingford Coaches Resign

HEMINGFORD -- Three Hemingford High School coaches submitted their resignations Monday evening at the Hemingford School Board meeting, according to The Hemingford Ledger. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Wednesday, April 15, 2015


It Is Never Ok

By AMANDA MITTAN

Times-Herald Writer

ALLIANCE— As temperatures begin to warm up, many find themselves wanting to be out and about more often, whether it is a trip to the local market or a much needed shopping trip, the warm temperatures tend to bring more people out. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Carnegie Arts Center 22nd Anniversary Show Winners

ALLIANCE — The winners of the Carnegie Arts Center’s Twenty-second Anniversary Show which will be displayed in the Skala-Garwood Galleries through Saturday, April 25, have been announced. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Ceremony To Name Chadron Post Office For Sgt. Cory Mracek

CHADRON — A public ceremony starting at 2 p.m. Friday, April 17, will be hosted to name the Chadron Post Office in honor of Chadron Native, Sergeant Cory R. Mracek.  For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


Reforestation Efforts Continue On Pine Ridge Ranger District

CHADRON — The Nebraska National Forests and Grasslands, Pine Ridge Ranger District continues to make progress on reforestation efforts with planting ponderosa pine seedlings to areas heavily damaged by high intensity burns in the 2012 wildland fires. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


AHS Golfers Fourth At Mitchell, Hare, Gomez Medal

By KYLE CUMMINGS

T-H Sports Editor

MITCHELL — It wasn’t ideal conditions for the Alliance High School boys golf team at the Mitchell Invitational, with wind gusts close to 30 miles per hour. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!


AHS Tennis Ninth At Lexington

LEXINGTON – With a fierce wind blowing, sending hats flying around the court, it proved to be a long day for the AHS girls tennis team at the Lexington Invitational Tuesday. For the complete story, please read your ATH or subscribe to our online edition!