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More Break-Ins In Valentine

 

According to Valentine Police chief Dana Miller, there were at least three more vehicle break-ins reported from Tuesday night in the central part of Valentine. She also reported that a total of 10 calls were reported on Tuesday from overnight thefts. These incidents are occurning late at night or early in the mornings and have almost all be with unlocked vehicles. Chief Miller asks residents to lock their vehicles and remove any valuables from their car. Residents are also asked to be vigilant about people in their neighborhoods late at night. Call the police department if you have information about these crimes or have been victimized. Call 402 376-3055.

 

Break-Ins Tuesday AM

According to Valentine Police Chief Dana Miller, at least one, possibly two individuals were involved in the breaking and entering of residences and garages in the Northwest part of Valentine during the early morning hours of Tuesday September 30. Small items and personal identifications were stolen. If you have any information about these break-ins, you are asked to call the Valentine Police Department at 376-3055.

 

One Vehicle Accident on Hwy 97 Thursday

CHERRY COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE AND CHERRY COUNTY HOSPITAL AMBULANCE SERVICE RESPONDED TO A ONE VEHICLE ACCIDENT THURSDAY EVENING. THE ACCIDENT, INVOLVING A 2004 HARLEY DAVIDSON OCCURRED ON HIGHWAY 97 JUST SOUTH OF MERRIT AT ABOUT 4:45PM. THE VEHICLE WAS GOING NORTH ON 97 WHEN IT RAN OFF THE EAST SIDE OF THE HIGHWAY AND THE DRIVER WAS THROWN FROM THE BIKE. THE DRIVER WAS TAKEN BY AMBULANCE TO CHERRY COUNTY HOSPITAL FOR TREATMENT. THE DRIVER'S CONDITION HAS NOT BEEN RELEASED.

   

Badger Booster Spirit Contest Tomorrow

The Badger Boosters are sponsoring a “Spirit” contest this Friday night, September 26th, before the Badger football game, which is set for 7 pm Central Time. Come dressed in your best Badger gear or be the loudest fan and win a prize. The Badger Spirit table is located just as you walk in the gate at Badger field.  Stop by the table for the judges and the winner will be announced at half time.

 

Come out and cheer on the Badgers and show your Badger spirit!!

 

Fischer Congratulates Circle C Market for its national recognition

U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) released the following statement congratulating Stacey Adamson, Tracee Ford, students at the Cody Kilgore High School, and the entire Cody community for Circle C Market’s national recognition as American Graduate Champion: “The tireless efforts of Stacey Adamson and Tracee Ford to lead their neighbors and build a student run grocery store have revitalized their entire community. Their dedication to Cody and the students of Cody-Kilgore High School has transformed a clever idea into a valuable educational tool and an economically important reality. I congratulate Stacey and Tracee for their national recognition as American Graduate Champions and thank them for their work to empower students and enrich their community.” “American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen” is a public media initiative supported by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting dedicated to recognizing and promoting efforts to keep youth on track to graduation.  More information on Circle C Market is available on their website: http://www.circlecmarket.com/

Story from Midland News.

   

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