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FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26, 2016
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The two Cambridge teens accused in a hazing incident were in
court Thursday to hear the charges being brought against them by
the Nebraska Attorney General’s office. Both students entered
pleas of denial, the juvenile court equivalent of not guilty, at their
arraignments in Adams County court; each faces one count of intentional child abuse. Prosecutors have said the incident happened
in June 2015 at a wrestling camp in Hastings. The judge explained
the child abuse charge would be the same as a felony in adult
court, but in the juvenile system is known as a “sub two violation”
after the part of the law it falls under. The prosecutor for the state
says he’ll be turning over police reports and witness statements to
the defense attorneys, including interviews with two victims. The
students were both allowed to stay with their parents who also
came to the arraignments. The next step in this case will be a pretrial hearing late next month.
HESSTON WORKPLACE SHOOTING
Law enforcement officers responded to the scene of a workplace
shooting at Excel Industries in Hesston Thursday afternoon with reports of multiple fatalities and people wounded. The incident began about 4:40 p.m. Harvey County Sheriff T. Walton confirmed
at a 9 p.m. news conference that four people were dead, including the shooter, and 14 others were wounded. The shooter was an
Excel employee. Officials say area hospitals received 12 victims.
Six victims were transported to Via Christi Hospital. Two victims
are in critical condition and four victims are stable. Four victims
were transported to Wesley Hospital. Officials say three are critical and one is in surgery. Newton Medical Center received four
patients. All are in stable condition. Sheriff T. Walton said the
shooting started in Newton at 12th and Meridian. Two people
were shot while driving their vehicles. One person was hurt. The
other person wasn’t. Walton says the shooter continued north on
Highway 81 where he shot another person in the leg. “There was a
report of a stolen vehicle. That vehicle was the person that got
shot. The shooter went on into Excel Industries. Once he got to Excel Industries, he shot a person in the parking lot, and he entered
into the building itself,” said Sheriff T. Walton. “Inside the building
he shot a total of 15 people. Four were killed including himself, the
shooter.”Walton said about 150 people were likely in the plant at
the time of the shooting, and that the law enforcement officer who
killed the suspect “saved multiple, multiple lives.” He said the gunman had an assault weapon and a pistol.
NEBRASKA’S FIRST FLU-RELATED DEATH
Nebraska health officials say the first flu-related death this season
has been reported in the state. Officials with Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services announced Thursday that a
young child in a region of northeastern Nebraska has died from
the flu. Test results showed the seasonal flu virus was a factor in
the child's death, but the child also tested positive for several other
respiratory viruses. The child was in a region that includes Burt,
Cuming, Madison and Stanton counties. The child also spent time in
an area that includes Dodge, Saunders and Washington counties.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 13 children have died nationally from the flu this season. Health officials
say the flu continues to circulate at moderate levels in Nebraska.
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The McCook Lady Bison basketball team saw their
season come to an end last night in Ogallala, falling
to Alliance 52-40 in the Class B6 district semifinals.
Jaden Bryant led 12-13 McCook with nine points. Bailey Honn and Tiara Schmidt added eight points
apiece. Alliance will face fourth-seeded Scottsbluff in
the B6 district title game tonight. Scottsbluff upset topseed Sidney in the first semifinal 39-38. The Dundy
County-Stratton girls can punch their ticket to the Class
D1 state tournament with a win over South Loup tonight in Wallace. Pregame coverage on 103.9 The
Hawk and online at www.highplainsradio.net starts at
7:10 with tip-off at 7:30. The Wauneta-Palisade Lady
Broncos face Wilcox-Hildreth in the Class D2-4 district
title game at Southwest High School tonight. Pregame
coverage on 96.1 KICX and online at
www.highplainsradio.net starts at 6:40 with tip-off at
7p.m. The Cambridge girls can also qualify for the
state tournament with a win over Axtell tonight in the
Class D1-5 district final at Lexington.
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BECAUSE OF THE BRAVE
Three area boys teams moved one game closer to
qualifying for the boys state tournament with wins last
night. The Wauneta-Palisade boys knocked off Wallace 58-53 last night at the Graff Events Center for
the Class D2-8 district title. Wauneta-Palisade will
face Giltner in a district final at Southern Valley next
Tuesday. Southwest, Medicine Valley and Dundy
County-Stratton also won their subdistrict title games
last night. Southwest will face Axtell next Tuesday in
Lexington while DCS and Medicine Valley will square
off in their district championship game at the Graff
Events Center on Tuesday. The Bison boys begin the
Class B6 district tournament with a first round game vs.
Gering tomorrow in Ogallala. Pregame coverage on
KICX starts at 3:40.
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8 Polar ice caps
12 Gone by
13 Should (2 wds.)
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15 "To the right!"
16 Western Athletic
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18 Tin (abbr.)
19 Education (abbr.)
21 Oceans
24 Oodles
26 IBM Competitor
28 Ample amount
32 Alien's spaceship
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34 Miserable
35 Plastering SW style
39 Kiss & a ___
40 Doctoral degree
41 Syllables used in songs
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44 Like
46 East southeast
48 First woman
50 Meat
52 Glacier debris
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57 Lens shape
58 Separate price for each
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30 Smear
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51 Terminal abbr.
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