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Video – Saturday Night Lights: CSC Stadium Opener

From an off season of anticipation leading to the debut of renovations to Elliott Field and Don Beebe Stadium, to a rain-soaked opener that nearly wasn’t, to a victorious midnight exit – this is Chadron State football.

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The Eagle to close its Facebook page

In light of the scandal surrounding Cambridge Analytica’s mining of personal data from more than 50 million unsuspecting Facebook users, The Eagle is dropping its official Facebook page effective the close of business Friday.

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Comm Arts faculty member Janice Haynes dies

Janice Haynes, an Assistant Professor in the Communication Arts Department at Chadron State College, died Wednesday in Rapid City, South Dakota. She was 60.

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4 wrestlers punished for role in hazing

Two conference champions, one of whom qualified for the 2016 NCAA DII National Championships, were among four wrestlers kicked off the team for their role in a hazing ritual on Saturday, Sept. 9.

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CSC, CPD investigating wrestling team for hazing allegations

Chadron State College and Chadron Police Department are conducting separate investigations into claims of hazing during an initiation rite allegedly conducted last weekend among members of the wrestling team.

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AD announces new head T&F coach

Athletic Director Joel Smith announced the hiring of the new head track and field coach, Wednesday. The announcement comes two weeks after Brad Gamble, announced his resignation.

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CASE CLOSED

Court rules in favor of CSC in professor’s wrongful termination lawsuit

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Marijuana arrest yields 2 guilty pleads, 1 pending

Two of three CSC students arrested on marijuana possession charges Tuesday, March 28, were fined Wednesday afternoon after their case was adjudicated in the Dawes County Court.

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