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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.

Chadron Weather

Today Saturday
It is forcast to be Chance of a Thunderstorm at 9:00 PM MDT on September 19, 2014
Chance of a Thunderstorm
86°/55°
It is forcast to be Clear at 9:00 PM MDT on September 20, 2014
Clear
79°/48°

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Runners hit the trails at the ‘Cliffs’

The second annual Twisted Crawdad Trails Run at “The Cliffs” east of Chadron Saturday had three races for participants to enter, with the half marathon (13.1 miles) being won in the women’s division by CSC student Dani Buckley, 23, senior of Palmer, Alaska.

 

CSC plans retirement party for Champion blue spruce

Chadron State College has been home to a Nebraska State Champion tree for more than 80 years.

 

You should be writing

I want to tell you a little secret: I hate writing. I hate writing just about as much as any college student, if not more.

 

CSC rodeo team hosts 13 schools this weekend

The second rodeo of the season, and only home rodeo this year, is at the Dawes County Fairgrounds Friday-Sunday.

 

The other side of disability

The rattle of wheelchair wheels and the pounding of a basketball on cement echoes Monday as students join in the RLA event, In Someone Else’s Shoes.

 

Nerds should embrace popularity

About a week or so ago, I did something that I promised myself I would never do: I watched The Big Bang Theory.

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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. 17, 2014

“How do you stay connected with news and current events?”

Jazz Bozner
23, senior of Rock Spring, Wyoming
“I read The Eagle for athletics, and catch news in the caf.”