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Tri Cities Sports

  • UNK's Laramey Becker is one of 20 basketball players named to the 2016 Allstate NABC and WBCA Good Works Teams.
  • The UNK mens and womens basketball teams earned wins over Central Missouri Saturday on the Buckle Court at UNK's Health and Sports Center.
  • The Nebraska womens basketball team lost at Indiana yesterday afternoon 59-47.
  • The UNK mens and womens basketball teams picked up convincing wins over Southwest Baptist last night at the Buckle Court at UNK's Health and Sports Center.






Tri Cities News

  • (KGFW)- The Kearney City Council received their first formal look at the One and Six-Year Street Improvement Plans for the community at Tuesday night's meeting.
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  • (AP) - A Kearney hotel executive has been convicted of unlawfully employing someone who was living in the country illegally.
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  • (AP) - Gov. Pete Ricketts property tax plan is drawing praise from Nebraska's farming community and opposition from school officials, who would face new restrictions on their budget authority.

    Both sides argued their case Tuesday to the Legislature's Education Committee, which is reviewing one of two bills introduced on the governor's behalf. Farmers testified that property taxes have increased even though the economy has weakened. School officials say the state should increase its funding for K-12 education. Sen Kate Sullivan of Cedar Rapids says the measure she introduced is reasonable, doable and not overly intrusive. Ricketts says the bill strikes a balance because some farmers and ranchers believe it doesn't do enough, and some school officials say it's too burdensome.

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  • (Two Rivers)- Two Rivers Public Health Department reports that a probable case of Mumps has been identified within their district which includes Buffalo, Dawson, Franklin, Gosper, Harlan, Kearney and Phelps Counties.
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