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Crete dance instructor and choreographer Kayleigh Schadwinkel-Hickman made her dreams a reality this June when she choreographed for Broadway for the Arts for Autism benefit concert. Student … more
On June 21 at approximately 5:25 p.m., the Saline County Communications Center received information from the Friend Police Department of a motor vehicle and a train crash that occurred north of the … more
With summer weather and the days getting hotter, pets can be at risk for heat-related illnesses. Dr. Jennifer Vrabel of the Crete Veterinary Clinic said dogs can experience heat strokes like … more
The 100-degree heat was not the only thing hot in Crete this Father’s Day. When a crew becomes more like a family, what could be more appropriate than Crete Fire and Rescue hosting an area … more
At its June 7 meeting, the Crete City Council: approved Confluence for planning services on the Comprehensive Plan for Crete’s Zoning Code update at a cost of $169,500.00. The Finance … more
Burrage and Colonial Halls — the Quads, as they’re known to many Doane alumni — had their last round of residents this past spring. The two residence halls built in the late 1960s … more
The unofficial Jasmine Avenue railroad crossing saw heavy traffic on June 5, but it was railroad equipment and memorabilia leaving the property rather than anything passing by on a rail. The … more
An intern at the Czech Embassy in Washington D.C. visited farms around Saline County to learn more about farming in the United State and the Midwest to bring back home to his family farm in the Czech … more
At its May 17 meeting, the Crete City Council: approved entering a professional service agreement with Speece Lewis for project management services on the 22nd Street Culvert Project, so long as … more
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