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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 19, 2016

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SPIRIT WEEK AT MCC

The McCook Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams will host rival squads from North Platte Tuesday for the final home games this season at the Peter and Dolores Graff Events Center. In addition to the action on the court, several campus groups and organizations will be involved in a variety of “Spirit Week” activities. Tuesday’s doubleheader is set to start at 5:30 p.m. with the women’s match followed by the men. MCC’s Phi Theta Kappa is hosting “Disability Night” which has involved several groups including PTK, Phi Beta Lambda, MCC’s college success class, athletic teams, and community organizations including “Walk In My Shoes” and “Community Chest.” The McCook Rotary Club, celebrating its 111th anniversary will be MCC’s special guests in the VIP room during the game. The MCC Student Senate has designated the week “Spirit Week” which includes Super Hero Monday, Blue and White Tuesday, Wacky/Switch Day Wednesday and Twin Day Thursday in addition to a formal dance Thursday night. A sophomore king and queen will be determined as part of a student vote. In addition to selling the “Walk In My Shoes” shirts, PTK will sell MCC pom-poms. Signed basketballs from the MCC men’s and women’s teams are up for silent auction and PTK in conjunction with Community Chest are having free-throw shooting contests and half-time of both games. All the proceeds from shirts and other items will be donated to Community Chest and will remain with local agencies to help with adults and children with disabilities.

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HOME OF BISON SPORTS FOR 38 YEARS!

Community Hospital is excited to announce the 2016 Concert for Healthcare will feature Confederate Railroad Saturday, April 2 at the historic Fox Theatre in McCook. Brett Alan & The CRB Band will open the evening. Tickets go on sale in March. This concert will be the fourth in as many years to bring nationally known talent to entertain audiences on behalf of patients receiving care at Community Hospital. Confederate Railroad is best known for their major hits. Songs like “Queen of Memphis,” Trashy Women, Jesus and Mama,” and “Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind.” From rowdy country to raw emotion, a Confederate Railroad concert covers a wide range of feelings and appeals to ages from young to old. “The band limits their performances to 100 or so each year,” said Terri Shipshock, Community Hospital Health Foundation Executive Director. “We are fortunate to have booked this group to provide local entertainment on behalf of healthcare services.” Net proceeds will allow Community Hospital Health Foundation to fund life-saving, state-of-the-art equipment, support staff education, and assist patients when it is needed the most. “It is our goal that with the support of generous sponsors, 100% of your ticket purchase will go to support patient care services,” Shipshock said. “Your attendance at this beneficial event helps us preserve the facilities and programs that have been brought to our region.”

NEBRASKA FARMS AND RANCHES HAVE DECLINED

The number of farms and ranches in Nebraska declined again last year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said Thursday that the number of farms and ranches in the state declined 400 from the previous year to 48,700 in 2015. The number of small farms with less than $100,000 in revenue declined 500 while the number of large farms increased by 100. The average size of farms in Nebraska increased by 7 acres to 928 acres. The total amount of land used for farms and ranches in Nebraska remained unchanged at 45.2 million acres.

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Three southwest Nebraska area wrestlers are one win away from competing for a state title. after day one of the state meet in Omaha yesterday. Kaden Guerrero and Garrett Fries of Southwest join Southern Valley's Connor Berkquist in the semifinal round tonight at CenturyLink Arena. First round consolations in Classes B and C are this morning followed by A and D. McCook's Jaret Matson, Kaleb Taylor and Eric Langan all went 11 in their matches yesterday while teammate Dunncan Fassler lost his first match and will wrestle first this morning. Listen for more reports with Mike Carnes throughout the day on 96.1 KICX and 103.9 The Hawk.

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Joseph Fiennes, Tom Felton (PG-13)

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Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin (R)

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Lauren Cohan, Rupert Evans (PG-13)

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The McCook Bison boys basketball team dropped a 52-41 game last night at Cozad. Caleb Sheets and Travis Wallen led the Bison with 13 points apiece. Both McCook girls and boys host Grand Island Northwest tonight at the MHS gym. Girls pregame coverage begins at 5:30 with tip-off at 6pm, boys game will follow. The Dundy CountyStratton, Cambridge and Wauneta-Palisade girls all advanced to district finals next week with wins last night. The Wauneta-Palisade boys will host Dundy County-Stratton tonight on 103.9 The Hawk. Pregame coverage starts at around 6:40 p.m.

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