Seventy-five years is a long time for anything to last, especially in the fast-moving world that we live in today. Erwin and Carol Keim, longtime residents of Chadron, have been married for 75 years and celebrated this accomplishment with their family Saturday as The Big Event volunteers helped clean up their property.
The Eagle captured its fifth straight “Best in Overall Excellence” title in the Nebraska Collegiate Media Association’s annual Golden Leaf Awards, presented Saturday, this year, at CSC.
The Eagle staff earned awards in 19 of 19 individual categories, and scored points in 18 of 19 categories.
Professor of Visual and Performing Arts professor Richard Bird is retiring after 28 years with CSC.
The son of an Air Force Colonel, Bird grew up traveling the world. His father was originally from Kansas City, Kansas, which influenced his decision to attend the University of Kansas.
The Chadron State softball team finished its season last weekend hosting the top two teams in the RMAC, playing a triangular with Metro State University, Denver, and Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction.
Spring is the season for volunteering and it took a lot for students, faculty, and community members to sacrifice their time and effort in support of The Big Event.
This summer, Joslynn VanDerslice, junior of Columbus, will be working at an internship for NASA. She was recommended for the position by her adviser, Michael Leite, and will start on June 15 in California. The project title is “Mars 2020 Geo-Analogs,” so named because the research she will be doing is work for probes that will be sent to Mars in the year 2020.
For two seniors, the culmination of four years of work came to a close Monday evening, during a joint senior recital in the Sandoz Center Chicoine Atrium.
More than 25 CSC athletes entered and competed in the Jack Christiansen Invitational Track and Field Meet on Saturday at Colorado State University, Fort Collins.
This is about my experience with The Big Event Group 22. I ran into Group 22 in front of Chadron High School, as they grappled with piles of mulch. I was covering the day of volunteerism for The Eagle newspaper, visiting jobs sites and live-tweeting.
“Mom! Mom! Mom, can you hear me?” No reply.
Swords, shields, and spears flew and danced around the amphitheater last Thursday for RLA sponsored LARPing, Live Action Role Playing, event.
Apr. 29, 2015
Chief Justice Coy Clark swore in Karson Langley as the new Senate Vice President. “I hope Senate treats you better than it treated me,” said former Vice President Taylor strong as Langley took office.