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    The citizens of Niobrara County have spoken.

  • 2017 Most Influential Agriculture Person to present in Lusk

    The Niobrara Conservation District is hosting Gabe Brown, a nationally-recognized innovator of cover crop cocktails in no-till grain and livestock production systems on November 9th at the Niobrara County Fairgrounds.

  • Good Luck Lady Tigers at State

    For the first time since 2005, the NCHS volleyball team will be part of the 2A State Tournament.

  • Voters head to polls

    Voters in three Wyoming counties will head to the polls on Nov. 7 to determine the fate of three measures aimed at raising money for education, economic development and health care.

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Lady Tigers announce post season awards

2017 Lady Tigers Volleyball seniors L to R: Reygan Molzahn, Baleigh Abott, Trisha Hales, Coach Sandra Johnson, Amanda Smith, Emma Ceaglske, Miranda Gilkey and Jalyn McDaniel. Photo/Lisa Shaw

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Lady Tigers get taste of state tournament experience

It was the first time since 2005, and the lack of experience at state volleyball was more overwhelming than the Lady Tigers were ready for. Photo/Lisa Shaw

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Streak is stopped; Lady Tigers headed to State

#16 Reygan Molzahn, #2 Kianna Blackburn, #18 Amanda Smith, #3 Miranda Gilkey, #14 Taylor Gaukel, #10 Riley Shaw, #12 Courtney Rowley, #41 Jalyn McDaniel, #1 Baleigh Abott, #25 Lucy Ceaglske, #24 Ashley Christianson and #15 Trisha Hales. Photo/Lisa Shaw

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Rocky Mountain College adds former Lady Tiger to HOF

NCHS Class of 1996 alumni Sally Powers Nichols has had a traveled and illustrious career since her days as a three-sport star at Lusk.

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Tiger Football season ends with loss in Yoder

The game started ominously as Cyclone senior quarterback Brady Fullmer marched his team downfield before calling his own number for a four yard touchdown run just three minutes in.

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