Lexington Clipper-Herald

  • Limited acres. Unlimited opportunities.
    Nebraska’s crop producers are among the most productive in the world, continually breaking yield records as they grow more corn, soybeans and other commodities with… ... read more
    Source: Lexington Clipper-HeraldPublished on 2017-01-21
  • Lucky opportunity to meet author
    LEXINGTON—Students at Lexington Middle School got to meet author Gordon Korman through Skype on Wednesday. ... read more
    Source: Lexington Clipper-HeraldPublished on 2017-01-21
  • Nebraska grit needed to face budget challenges
    LEXINGTON—Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts made a brief stop in Lexington on Wednesday, the last day of a State of the State fly-around tour. ... read more
    Source: Lexington Clipper-HeraldPublished on 2017-01-21

Tri City Trib

Lexington Clipper-Herald Sports

  • Minutemen edge Red Raiders
    LEXINGTON – The Lexington basketball teams faced the Sidney Red Raiders on Saturday at LHS. The Lex girls lost to the lady Raiders, 20-50, the… ... read more
    Source: Lexington Clipper-Herald SportsPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Overton sends Vikings away empty handed
    OVERTON – The Overton Eagles hosted the Bertrand Vikings for basketball on Saturday. The lady Eagles beat Bertrand, 54-48, and the Overton boys buttoned up… ... read more
    Source: Lexington Clipper-Herald SportsPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Battleground: Elm Creek
    ELM CREEK – Three area schools sent wrestlers to the Elm Creek Invite Friday. Lexington and Cozad sent their JV boys, Overton also competed. ... read more
    Source: Lexington Clipper-Herald SportsPublished on 2017-01-17

North Platte Telegraph

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