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This week's Fourth Grade Star Student of the Week is Paizlee Klug. She is the daughter of Chris and Rochelle Klug. Read more about Paizlee in this week's edition.
Still plenty of time for submitting ideas for Niobrara's Top Ten Priority List for 2021. See some of the suggestions for priorities, which are starting to come in, in this...
A hawk posed for a photo on Monday morning, on top of the Missouri National Recreational River sign, at the south end of the Chief Standing Bear Bridge. Wildlife viewing...
The Niobrara Village Board approved the Niobrara Planning Commission's recommendation for a village ordinance for a zoning amendment allowing special use exception, which...
During the reorganization of the Niobrara School Board on Monday, Matt Moody was elected president. Ward Adema will be serving as vice president, with Diane Teadtke as...
Work progressing on new river access project…
An alfalfa field, owned by Niobrara State Park and located near the new Mormon Canal Bridge at Niobrara, is being made into a new river access area. The project began in November and will include a boat ramp for canoe and kayak launches, a parking lot, and an overlook area. A new road is also being made veering from the county road on 522 Avenue. The same contractors that worked on the Mormon Canal Bridge are working on this project. Tribune photos.
N/V Cougars held off Wausa; finish second in Holiday Tournament
The N/V Cougar boys' varsity team dropped its game with Creighton on December 19 as Creighton claimed a 76-62 victory. To find out how the players did, including Coach Quick's comments, pick up the latest edition of the Niobrara Tribune.
A new year of priorities-Residents asked to submit priorities for the year 2021
Niobrara residents are once again being invited by the Niobrara Tribune to submit their ideas for Niobrara's 2021 Top Ten Priority List. To find out what last year's top ten priorities were, and to find out how to submit ideas, pick up the latest edition of the Niobrara Tribune.
School officials announced that there has been a change in game times for the high school basketball games this week. On both Tuesday, Jan. 12 and Friday, Jan. 15, the JV girls’ games will begin at 4:15 p.m. instead of 4 p.m. The girls will play four quarters on both dates and the JV boys will play two quarters.
N/V Cougar girls runners up in Holiday Tournament
By Pat Svec, Cougar Coach
The N/V Lady Cougars squared off against the St. Edward Beavers in the first round of the Verdigre Booster Club Holiday Tournament on Monday, December 28. To read about the tournament and how the players scored, pick up the latest edition of the Niobrara Tribune.