Bridgeport Bees Swim Meet - 6/8/2019
Alyssa Stricker proudly displays her entry into the weekly Alliance Times-Herald coloring contest. She was declared this week’s winner, and received a coupon for a free small chiller and a frisbee from Maverik. Turn to our Kids Page to see the new contest.
The Alliance Public Library hosted local author Mary Wernke on Monday night, having her talk about her newly published book, "Beyond the Titanic." The book was inspired by her distant cousin, Margaret Mannion, who survived the sinking of the Titanic. Wernke discussed how she wrote the book, …
Box Butte General Hospital would like to notify the public that the Greater Nebraska Medical and Surgical Services number has been spoofed. This means a scam organization has copied the clinic’s number and is making fraudulent calls asking for personal information. When this occurs, the call…
Nyeli Bauer proudly displays her entry into the weekly Alliance Times-Herald coloring contest. She was declared this week’s winner of the contest, and received a coupon for a free small Chiller and a frisbee from Maverik. Turn to our Kids Page to see the new contest.
Four Alliance High School students and one Hyannis High School student were among 259 high school students from across Nebraska who participated in the 25th Annual Masonic All-Star Marching Band, which performed Saturday (June 1) during Shrine Bowl festivities in Kearney.
“Players Sports Bar I” out of Alliance fell just short of advancing to the American Poolplayers Association (APA) 9-Ball World Pool Championships in Las Vegas when they lost in the finals of the Western Nebraska APA 9-Ball World Qualifier held recently at Eagles Club in North Platte.
Bloedorn Lumber hosted its one-hundreth anniversary open house on Saturday afternoon. Visitors were served hot dogs, chips and bottled water, had the opportunity to put their names in for a prize drawing and play cornhole.
F. Jordan Colwell, spouse of Tiann Colwell and son of Daryl and Patty Colwell is a recent graduate of Walden University, with a Doctorate of Business Administration with an emphasis in Leadership. Colwell’s Doctoral Study is titled-Leadership Strategies to Improve Nurse Retention.
The Board of Directors of Consumers Cooperative FCU, every year, allocates a $1000 Scholarship to be awarded to a graduating senior who is furthering their education. The scholarship applicant or their parent(s) must have been a Consumers Cooperative FCU member for at least one year. This…
Wally A. Seiler has announced teh recent awarding of grants and scholarships totaling $8,900 by the Darold A. Newblom Foundation to two organizations and seven individuals. Seiler serves as the Secretary-Treasurer of the Foundation which was created under the terms of the Last Will and Testa…
Crowds flocked to the Alliance Airport on June 1 to take part in a ribbon-cutting ceremony to usher in the new service provided by Denver Air Connection. The day was filled with fun activities, including a drawing to give away tickets for travel.
The proceeds from the 'Cancer Sucks' tournament went to Ross Wills and Janet Toedtli to assist with their ongoing cancer treatment costs. The tournament was sponsored by forty-seven local sponsors and raised over eleven thousand dollars.
Nebraska is one of five states selected by the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) to take part in a pilot project that will provide financial assistance to farmers to address ephemeral gullies on highly erodible land.
The Alliance Public Library has several programs scheduled for the next two weeks for the summer reading program. On Wednesday, June 5, at 2:00 p.m. children entering first through sixth grades are invited to learn about nocturnal animals. The educator from the Riverside Discovery Center in …
Box Butte General Hospital is committed to providing an excellent patient experience and customer service. To maintain our standard of excellence, BBGH continues to make campus improvements. Starting June 17, 2019, the kitchen and cafeteria will be closed for construction. The projected time…
Alliance Archery Club and Panhandle Archers are joining forces to co-host the first 2 day 3-D archery shoot Saturday and Sunday June 8th and 9th. While they have been co-hosting outdoor 3-D shoots for 3 years this will be the first 2 day shoot.
After two years, the collaborative mural project taken on by the Carnegie Arts Center and Keep Alliance Beautiful has found its home at the corner of Box Butte and Third Street in Alliance.
In celebration of “A Universe of Stories” Summer Reading program, the Alliance Public Library will host Universe Photography with Brenda Fulk of rural Mitchell, sharing “Photos by Bren” on Thursday, June 13 th at 6:30 pm in the Library Community Room.
After reviewing the contract and discussing the benefits of having a school resource officer, the Alliance School Board agreed to approve funding for the SRO, with the district agreeing to pay $42,000 per year.
In an effort to bring an event that is expected to attract 200 young people to Alliance, Edison Red Nest III submitted a request to the Alliance School Board Monday night to use Bulldog Stadium as a place to host the event.
Denver Air Connection officially took over as Alliance’s new air service on June 1st. Eight passengers flew out on the morning flight, and passenger Cayley Gerth, had the plane all to herself on the afternoon flight back into Alliance.