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With state resources spread thin, the villagers must band together to battle the Dallas hot-rodder, Brian Bass, joins the guys to build a '60s style hot rod out of Do They Do It? With Kenneth Tonef Leather/Grand Central/Flyboard 10 20 to a Texas swap meet - can they spin a rat-infested Ford into a cool hot rod ?. DAILY immobilier-haute-garonne.infolcom/news/local-news/state- .. -center-used-fake-rn-credentials-officials-say/ DAILY -holds-emergency-meeting-in-light-of-mold-violence/ -basketball-student-tickets-sold-out-in-three-minutes/ At the time, United States Route 40 was known as the National Road and/or Trail Raceway in , based on the popularity of drag racing in central Ohio. . In May Scioto Downs started a live outdoor summer music concert It includes nostalgia drag race events, a parade of street rods, vendors and a swap meet.
With 32, square feet, the store is loaded with inventory. This includes athletic shoes and socks of all kinds, more than 50 styles of NFL caps and more than styles of Collegiate hats, the largest selection in Western Nebraska. In addition to NFL apparel, Husker items include T-shirts and novelty items such as clocks, baby kits, license plates, pennants, framed pictures, even a toaster that leaves the Nebraska emblem on the bread.
Then there is a wall of the sports bags and brand-name back packs.
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Popular brands with college and high school students include Hurley, Nike, Adidas and New Balance, plus there are sunglasses, hats and T-shirts by Oakley. Recently added is a popular line of sandals called Yellow Box, which are embellished with rhinestones. Owners Don, Yvonne, Don Jr. Inthe Wests purchased a part of the former DeGroff s building from J.
Twenty-five years later, we re still here, so I guess I must have been right! KRD has been serving its membership — now consisting of over 95 employee groups and five churches — since its charter was approved December 20, Their organization certificate states that they wish to establish a further market for securities of the United States and to make more available to people of small means credit for provident purposes through a national system of cooperative credit, thereby helping to stabilize the credit structure of the United States.
The original charter was approved on December 20, The credit union started out serving one employee group with savings and small loans. Inwe added Home Banking which our members are thoroughly enjoying. This year, we have been pleased to be able to add Bill Pay and Money Desktop. These are both great tools for our members to take charge of their finances.
We are guided by a seven-member Board of Directors, which is voted on by the membership. We are in our 64th year and planning to be around for many, many more! Gratefulforthe past, preparing for the future: She s wanted to be a chef since high school.
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A commercial triple sink sat in the backyard. A vast collection of cookbooks promised endless possibilities. Finally, all the experiences of Shellie s life are coming together, and she and her family are realizing Shellie s dream of creating a new type of food business that offers "pre-prepped and pre-assembled meals.
Highway 83 Shellie, of McCook, Nebraska, opened "Purple Moon Cookery" in a former school building that her family has cleaned, repainted, retiled 1, square feet of tilerecarpeted and renovated into a full preparation kitchen and dining and conference meeting rooms. Purple has always been Shellie s favorite color. Shellie and Doug and their kids added and removed walls, replaced a window with a four-foot-wide door, built a reception desk and repurposed antique kitchen collectibles for display.
An absolutely wonderful O Keefe and Merritt cookstove and Shellie s grandmother s oak buffet grace the reception area. Shellie and Doug installed the pound commercial ventilation hood over the range in the prep kitchen. Inspiration Shellie s inspiration for the innovative method of offering prepackaged foods came originally because of her desire to help busy families, like her own. But, although cooking something for two hours is my thing, it doesn t work for lots of people.
Now they don t have to worry if they ve got the time or the ingredients or the desire to do their own "home cooking. The directions say, "Thaw overnight and cook. Some of Shellie s recipes have family history, or are her own creations. Still others she s gleaned from her extensive collection of cookbooks —including two vintage and valuable Julia Child favorites.
Becka and year-old Racheal look through the Julia Child cookbooks and through a family recipe box. Shellie laughed, "Oh, yeah. We are complete and utter cookbook geeks. Shellie bakes her own bread, using a recipe she found in a book when she was in grade school. Cost of meals Shellie said her meals come in individual sizes or family sizes. Shellie knows that her preassembled meals can definitely help busy families, but she s realizing they can also meet the needs of singles and the elderly.
Catering, meeting rooms Shellie offers catering, offsite or on-site using two new dining rooms. One room seats up to 32, the other seats up to While the Purple Moon is not a walk-in-and-sit-down restaurant, its rooms can be reserved by clubs, organizations, community groups, businesses or even families and friends. Dreams and work experience Shellie has been developing the concept of her Purple Moon Cookery for about five years.
Even with the sink in the backyard "taunting" her and inspiring her, "This isn t something I ve rushed into," she says, with a grin. She has prepared the desserts for Hillcrest Nursing Home Foundation s annual "Night on the Hill" fundraiser for five years.
Shellie s known far-andwide for her decadent desserts. The Purple Moon is open Monday through Friday, from 11 a. Powered by a bunch of real people.
Visit us at mnb1. The Nebraska-based company, which offers businesses staffing solutions from 42 offices in 22 states, now houses its McCook location inside the former Springer-McGrath Company building at the southwest corner of West Third and B Streets. Rich Webb, Owner W.
Terms of the sale were not released. The K-Stores will be renamed Eagle Travel Stops and Convenience Stores, and will strive to exceed expectations in providing excellent products and services to their customers.
All staff will remain, according to a press release. Plans for expansion include Cenex branding and upgrades will be made to existing facilities to raise them to that high standard. Chairman of the Board Phillip Schumacher said, "We are excited about the expansion and look forward to providing topnotch service and becoming a valued member of your community. Colorado Retail Ventures Services L.
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The company owns and operates multiple convenience stores and truck stops throughout Colorado and Kansas. We are honored to be recognized by the SBA. The business opened in late and is located in a remodeled ice house in the block of West A, at the south end of West Third on the north side of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad railroad tracks.
The Loops offer their craft beers complemented by Siegfried s brick oven pizzas and "Stupid Pizza of the Week. Loop Brewery also delivers any food item on their menu and growlers of craft beer and soda. Loop Brewing is open Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.
The pub s phone number is The newly opened carry-out or eat-in restaurant at East B formerly Frank s Marketowned and operated by Lorenzo Bueno and his family, offers the giant burritos along with tacos, Mexican sandwiches, quesadillas and more. But these are not your regular burritos. With avocado, mayonaise and choice of condiments, that includes onion, homemade salsa and fresh cilantro, it tastes somewhere between a Greek gyro and a taco. The new business will keep everyone busy, Bueno said, with he and his wife, Cristina, doing the cooking and their kids — Ivan, 21, and Mauro, 16 — taking orders, stocking shelves or cleaning up.
Even their four-yearold daughter, Esperanza, has her job of wiping down tables, Cristina said. Another daughter, Cristy, 19, lives in Colorado and helps out when she comes to visit. While there, Bueno said his customers kept asking him when he was going to open up a restaurant but he always declined, citing the three Mexican restaurants already in town. But when he had the opportunity to move to B Street, the busiest street in the city, Bueno said he couldn t pass up the prime location and the larger space.
The food at Bueno s is grab and go, he said, although there are a few tables for those who would like to eat inside. He will also cater parties, lunches or other events. Also available in the store are Mexican hot sauce, soda pop, Mexican cheese, candy and pinatas. And it won t matter what day of the week you want authentic Mexican food: Bueno s Taquitos will be open 10 a. It will be a lot of work for now, he admitted, but later on, "I ll maybe hire someone so I can take my day of rest," Bueno said.
Four-year-old Esperanza Bueno, center, holds the over-sized tortilla used to make the monster burritos at Bueno s Taquitos.
The new carry-out or eat-in Mexican food place opened in November. On the shelves, Crosley radios. They re not antiques. They re not all "reproductions" of antiques.
The store s owner likes to refer to the merchandise in his new store — "Retro Planet" — as "assorted kitsch" with "retro styling. Mike describes his store as a "retro gift and novelty boutique" and has his shelves stocked with brand names that stir up memories of early- and mid-century America — Crosley radios and turntables, Morgan tricycles and scooters.
The Morgan trikes have LED headlights. Mike s sales staff includes his 13year-old son, Cliff, and his 8-yearold daughter, Taylor. Cliff s favorite things in the store are all the Morgan ride-on toys; Taylor likes the sunglasses and the Anne Tainter line of magnets, purses and postcards. Mike said he s enjoyed putting together the whole collection that also includes Johnny Austin neon lights and Adesso interior lights and small decorative furniture items.
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Mike said that when it came time to make a change, he decided "to make my own job" and created "Retro Planet. The phone number is Check out Retro Planet on Facebook at facebook. In addition to her spinning classes, she also offers "bootcamp" classes in the morning and evenings, where participants recently lost a total of pounds.
Trevino is a certified spinning instructor since and has taught in the San Francisco Bay area and in Phoenix, Arizona. For more information on classes, contact Trevino at We want to continue to enhance your shopping experience. With guaranteed lower prices and the same friendly service! Red Willow County s Visitors Committee printed 10, new tourism brochures and wants them all gone — and the word out about tourism, recreational and historical attractions in McCook — within a year and a half.
On the day when the thermometer reached degrees — setting a record for June 18 — Carol Schlegel, the committee s executive director, gave to county commissioners the new brochure called "McCook — Nebraska s Hot Spot. They are also available throughout McCook, and upon request for mailing and downloadable on the visitors committee s website — www. The website is also relatively new, launched in February. The old site, www.
Schlegel encouraged everyone with events to contact her so that she can add them to the website s new calendar of events. Schlegel is especially interested in hunting activities, as McCook as been named No. While Schlegel is concerned that tourism commissioner representation may not cover all areas of the state equally, she s excited about the development of a commission whose main focus is Nebraska tourism.
Schlegel said a new focus of her tourism group will be bird watching. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission may provide money for portable blinds, she said, as the commission strives to create cooperate efforts with tourism groups across the state.
The local visitors committee may also develop a cooperative effort with a group promoting the Great Western Cattle Trail.
Schlegel said, "Our history is who we are, and what makes us unique. We need to tell our stories well.
The newest brochure created by Red Willow County s Visitors Committee was unveiled for county commissioners at their weekly meeting in June But what sets them apart is their focus on being community-based. In McCook, the company offers customers a full suite of financial services, products and advice at its downtown location.
As the oldest bank in the west, it draws a connection between its longevity and its mission: Wells Fargo started in with two employees: Henry Wells and William Fargo. They methodically conceived a plan to provide express and banking services to California to serve the many pioneers heading west in search of gold.
The company opened its first office in San Francisco and began building a reputation based on reliability, security, convenience and trustworthiness. Wells Fargo is one of the largest financial institutions in the state.
For more than years since it opened its doors, Wells Fargo has maintained its reputation for strength and stability and has earned respect for innovation, especially around its mobile and ATM services and online banking offerings.
In recent years, Wells Fargo has introduced technology to help make banking faster, easier and more convenient for its customers. Innovations include offering customers an e-receipt option, so that they can keep easy tabs on their transactions and not worry about a crumpled receipt in a pocket or purse.
More recently, Wells Fargo began offering mobile deposit to its customers in Nebraska and across the nation. Using an Android or iPhone device, customers can easily deposit checks into their account simply by taking pictures of the front and back of the check. In McCook, Wells Fargo provides financial support to local nonprofits.
But the company goes beyond that, encouraging team members to get involved and make a difference locally by volunteering on boards and serving community organizations, including putting together a team to pack meals for Feed My Starving Children.
In October, team members offered financial literacy lessons around smart use of credit at the high school. Each year, LEAD fellows — 30 motivated Nebraskans involved in agriculture — meet once a month from September through April for three-day, theme-driven seminars. A special happy hour downtown at Bossa Nova on 7th Street. Live entertainment and silent auction.
The inaugural event was a great success and our second year promises to be even better. The Coventry Inn hosts a lunch and there is no specific requirement for participation. A night of fun and music from Pittsburgh's most well known musicians: Tres Lads and friends, featuring: This was a new event in we just had to bring back. Our vintage racers will participate in a parade into nearby Squirrel Hill and stop on Forbes Avenue to show their cars and visit Orr's Jewelers for a private reception.
Watch vintage racers compete on the track all day to quality for Sunday's featured races. Vintage Race Practice and Qualifying Heats — 9: Our day event closes with a bang as we continue with our races and car shows all day long.
Will have Cruise Night every Monday through August 31 Fun for the whole family! It is known to local residents as 'National Trails'. History Clark Rader, Sr. It was the fifth largest racing facility of its kind in the United States at the time. The NHRA 's national event known as the Springnationals bounced around among three different sites from According to National Trail Raceway's website, " On both Saturday and Sunday, the admittance gates had to be closed while cars were still sitting on Route 40 waiting to get in to the event as the grounds were already full.
Inthe first ever all-female professional final took place between Shirley and Lucille Lee. For most of the Springnationals' history, the event was run in the month of June, often on or around Fathers Day weekend.
But, due to Ohio's sometimes unpredictable weather, some feel this is why the performances of the race cars were usually not as quick or as fast as at other NHRA national events.