Celia Arneson (left) and Isabel Brenneman (right) proudly display their entries into the weekly Alliance Times-Herald coloring contest. They were declared this week’s winners, and received coupons for a free small chiller and frisbees from Maverik. Turn to our Kids Page to see the new contest.
The Alliance Public Library Foundation will host their second escape room over Heritage Days, with a twist. Honoring the Heritage Days theme, the room will be based on the Wizard of Oz but will also incorporate a murder mystery. The Wicked Witch of the East is dead, and it is up to your team…
The Alliance Public Library will host Josh Soule, Wyoming author, with his suspense thriller “The Monster” on Saturday, July 27, with an Author Presentation and Book Signing at 10:30 a.m. in the Community Room. Josh has worked in Law Enforcement, security, social work and currently in educat…
Alliance High School was moved from the existing Middle School into a new building built in 1953. This included a 26,000 square foot two-story original building that had an attached gym/stage, kitchen and boiler room. The original gym now serves as a multi-purpose room and the kitchen is no …
Dave Randolph owner of Dave’s Pharmacy in Alliance and Hemingford has been named the 2019 Grand Marshal of the Heritage Days parade. He will be officially crowned on Tuesday, July 16 at the Central Park Fountain.
Box Butte General Hospital Board President Tom Furman called the June Board meeting to order Monday June 28 th at 6:53 p.m. where staff of GNMSS, new employees, and Employee of the month were all recognized.
Dave’s Pharmacy in Hemingford celebrated five years in business on Friday, June 28, 2019 with an open house and on Tuesday July 2, 2019 the Alliance location celebrated one year in business. Dave and the staff would like to thank all of their patrons for their continued support.
Austin Benda proudly displays his entry into the weekly Alliance Times-Herald coloring contest. He was declared this week’s winner, and received a coupon for a free small chiller and a frisbee from Maverik.
Dalsey Lambley of the financial services firm Edward Jones in Alliance recently won the firm’s exclusive Spirit of Partnership Award for outstanding performance during 2018.
Sue Martin, MS, RN, CS, FNP, ARNP-BC, CWOCN-AP, (left), was chosen as the 2019 3rd Quarter Provider of Choice. She was presented the award July 2 by Box Butte General Hospital CEO Lori Mazanec.
The sky above Laing Lake Park in Alliance was alight with bursts from fireworks to celebrate the Fourth of July on Thursday with a show organized by the Alliance Jaycees.
The City of Alliance graduated 20 employees in its first class of a new training program for employees who supervise staff or may do so in the future. The program, Professional Development: Leading Teams helps employees grow and develop soft-skills like communication, motivation and team bui…
Spirit 103.9-FM in Alliance will be hosting a relics exhibition and healing ministry, Treasures of the Church, at Holy Rosary Catholic Church in Alliance at 2 p.m. on Sun., July 14. This event is free and open to the public.
Snolicious Tropical Sno Hawaiian Shaved Ice is now open at it's regular lot at 304 E. 3rd St. During Heritage Days it will be located in front of Redman's Shoes, check out their Facebook page for specials!
Nora Roberts is quoted, “If you don’t go after what you want, you’ll never have it. If you don’t ask, the answer is always no. If you don’t step forward, you’re always in the same place.” Several applicants for the Box Butte Health Foundation (BBHF) and Box Butte General Hospital (BBGH) scho…
In Memory of Keith & Connie Schumacher, Darlene Anderson, Janice Annen, Jim Yardley, Alyssa Mazanec, Gordon Smith, Kathryn Hood, Barbara Henderson, Lyle Fodnes, Kenny Luce, Henry Luce and Evelyn Rice.
With Heritage Days around the corner, three young people approached the Alliance Times-Herald, asking if they could set up their lemonade stand at the ATH office during Heritage Days. The Times-Herald agreed, noting it is a way to foster youth entrepreneurship in the community.
After discussion about concerns of fair treatment by the city of Alliance, the city council voted in favor of transferring a budget authority of $30,000 from the Central Park tennis court project to fund improvements to the Rolling Prairie Disc Golf Course.
The Box Butte Babysitting Basics Camp took place June 17-19 at the Nebraska Extension Office in Alliance. Youth ages 11 and up learned about baby care and babysitting as a business; created a babysitting kit; learned cooking skills; and became First-Aid and CPR certified. Back L to R: Meliss…
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, …
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.
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.