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City council stands behind community pool project

City council stands behind community pool project

Voting for the addition of a half-cent tax increase to the Nov. 4 ballot was unanimously approved by the Chadron city council, Monday during a special meeting.

Are T.V. award shows relevant?

Are T.V. award shows relevant?

I‘ve been struggling with story ideas, so I asked a question in the newsroom during the editors meeting.
“Did anyone watch the VMAs?”

Scrimmage sets tempo for upcoming football season

Scrimmage sets tempo for upcoming football season

The Chadron State College football team held a unique practice on Saturday, as they had a brief match-up against each other in preparation for the upcoming season.

New Student  Orientation  kicks-off  fall 2014

New Student Orientation kicks-off fall 2014

Suitcases, cars, and hundreds of feet covered CSC’s campus Thursday as incoming students prepared to move into their dorms. Kent Hall, campus’s freshman dorm, was crowded from wall-to-wall with students signing in and moving items to their room.

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Senate discusses funds, statuses for 4 clubs

Clarification and confusion on four clubs who were initially thought to have been approved as clubs by administration, but instead were not, was the main discussion at Student Senate.

 

Twisted Crawdad Trail Run set for Saturday morning

Chadron Community Recreation is hosting the second annual Twisted Crawdad Trails Race this weekend with check in at “the Cliffs.”

 

ROTC teaches students leadership skills, military techniques

    Humid summer air creates a thick blanket of sweat on the forehead, which pools to other parts of the body, but there is no escape from the heat. The men and women are dressed head to toe in crisp, camouflage suits, creating a vacuum for heat, but there is no complaining about the […]

 

The dead cry out for our attention

We were all rocked by the events in Ferguson. Military-grade weaponry patrolled a suburb of St. Louis as if it were Fallujah, while policemen violated the constitutional rights of peaceful protesters and even journalists.

 

Volleyball team earns first win of the season

The Chadron State College volleyball team made its way to Billings, Montana, last weekend to participate in a preseason tournament hosted by Montana State University—Billings that would get the Eagles’ season underway.

 

Handle the ISIS threat with caution

Most CSC students weren’t even in high school when the U.S. military invaded Iraq in 2003. It’s likely then that few of us remember the rhetoric that drove us into the nearly nine-year conflict.

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Apr. 16, 2014

Senate discusses, passes 2014-15 budget

Turmoil and discussion on the Activity Fee Board’s submitted budget for 2014-15 year, filled Senate’s meeting, Monday.


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Man on the Street – Sep. 12, 2014

“What do you think America should do about the ISIS situation in Iraq and Syria?”

Taylor Allison
19, sophomore of Gordon

“Since ISIS goes against everything America stands for they are a direct threat. We need to put a stop to this. We need to communicate with our allies and find solutions to the
situation.”