Volunteers find little trash at Rocky Mountain National Park
DENVER (AP) — Volunteers have stepped forward to help clean up Rocky Mountain National Park during the partial federal shutdown.
But The Denver Post reports that volunteers over the weekend found little to clean.
Beatrice residents will once again be able to unload their unwanted large items during the annual clean city week.
The city has held clean city week since 1989, allowing residents to put their large items near the curb for the street department to haul away to the landfill at no charge.
Graduation impacted Quaker Valley and Sewickley Academy on the baseball diamond this year. Both teams lost a bevy of experience talent.
However, the programs are looking to reload for strong section runs this spring.
A winter storm in April put a damper on Easter plans as snow fell across the state Sunday morning.
Parts of Beatrice and Gage County received an estimated six inches of snow.
Picking up trash that the wind carries away from the Beatrice Landfill is something of a Sisyphean task.
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With freezing rain and sleet in Beatrice's forecast, the Beatrice street department took some precautions and helped ease some of the potential slickness early Thursday morning.
A patch of relatively warm January weather was interrupted on Monday when Beatrice caught the southern tail of a storm that left much of Nebraska covered in a few feet of snow.
Cleanup on the site of a former auto salvage yard the city of Beatrice acquired last year is nearly complete.
An incumbent and challenger have both filed to represent the southwestern portion of Gage County in 2019.
Incumbent Terry Jurgens and challenger Jason Moore each filed this week for the district 7 seat on the Gage County Board of Supervisors in the 2018 election.
While Beatrice residents settled in for a holiday weekend accompanied by frigid temperatures and snowfall, Beatrice street department workers were busy clearing the streets during the first winter storm of the season.
Beauty shop banter leads to kidney donation
NORTONVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Be thankful for women's beauty shop banter, for one day, it might save your life. It definitely saved Jason Moore's.
"I was getting my hair done, and she was discouraged as a wife," said Alli Scott, 23. "I got cold chills from my head to my feet when she was talking about it. I knew it was me immediately."
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KENAI, Alaska (AP) — Fishermen on Alaska's Kenai River will have to keep an eye out for private property, as an Alaska Native corporation has stepped up its efforts to protect its riverfront lands.
Cook Inlet Region Inc., which is a major land owner along the Kenai River, has erected signs letting the public know where its privately owned property is and asking people not to use the undeveloped land to fish without a permit.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (AP) — The co-owner of a southern Indiana flooring business destroyed by a weekend fire says he'll rebuild the three-decade-old family-owned store.
Saturday's fire reduced Bounds and McPike Flooring in Bloomington to smoldering ruins. No one was injured.
A musical on Cher's life is set to hit Broadway in 2018.
The 'Believe' hitmaker took to her Twitter account on Tuesday (06.05.17) night to announce that the highly-anticipated production based on her younger years, her successful career and life now will hit the stage in New York City next year.
Tyrannosaurs had faces as sensitive as human fingertips, Montana fossils show
It may be hard to believe, but a 27-foot long meat-eating dinosaur that died in Montana about 75 million years ago had a sensitive side.
Ferguson to pay $3M for naked, unarmed man’s stun gun death
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The city of Ferguson, Missouri, has dropped its appeal of a federal jury's $3 million award to survivors of a naked, unarmed, black man who died after a police officer repeatedly shocked him with a stun gun and will pay the money, court filings show.
Ferguson appeals $3M verdict in police stun gun death
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The city of Ferguson, Missouri, is appealing a federal jury's $3 million award to the family of an unarmed, naked man who died in 2011 after being repeatedly shocked with an officer's stun gun.
Jury awards $3M to family in 2011 Ferguson stun gun death
ST. LOUIS (AP) — A federal jury has awarded $3 million to the family of a naked, unarmed black man who died in 2011 after police in Ferguson used a stun gun on him.
Jason Moore's mother, wife and son alleged in the lawsuit that the St. Louis suburb's police force used excessive force and violated Moore's civil rights. The lawsuit was filed in the wake of 2014 fatal police shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown that thrust Ferguson into the spotlight over police treatment of minorities.
Trial underway over man’s 2011 stun gun death in Ferguson
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A federal trial was underway Tuesday in the wrongful-death lawsuit against Ferguson police over the 2011 stun-gun death of a naked, unarmed black man.