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(Neb.)- Ice Cold Night Dooms Cardinals Against Mustangs
(Chadron)- Seven first half Gordon-Rushville three pointers combined with poor rebounding pushed the Mustangs past Chadron 39-28 at the Bird Cage on Friday. Chadron came out and connected on three... More

(Neb.)- McCartney's Record Setting Night Leads Lady Cards Past Gordon-Rushville
(Chadron)- Jadyn McCartney went off for a school unofficial school record 37-points, surpassed 1000 points in her career, and led Chadron to a 55-40 win over Gordon-Rushville on Friday night.... More

Qualty Tire Friday Prep Scoreboard (Updated At 10:05 pm)
Here Are The Latest Scores From Friday's Prep Action By The Associated Press Updated At 10:05 pm Nebraska High School Boys Basketball Alliance 50, Gering 36 Bridgeport 70, Bayard 36... More

(Neb)-Fire Destroys Ogallala Comfort Inn Motel
Photo - Courtesy KNOP-TV OGALLALA, Neb. (AP) -  An early morning fire today destroyed the Comfort Inn and Suites motel in Ogallala. KOGA Radio reports the fire completely engulfed the... More

(Neb.)- Cardinals Down Mustangs, Fall To Badgers In Home Triangular
(Chadron)- The Chadron High wrestling team hosted Valentine and Gordon-Rushville in a triangular on Thursday evening at the Bird Cage.  The Cardinals fell to Valentine 63-12 and Gordon-Rushville 36-30.  Chadron... More

Wahlstrom Ford ~ The Value Store 
1109 East Third Street
Chadron, NE

The 2016 KCSR-KBPY Parade of Lights drew entries and spectators from around the area to take part in the festive evening. First place honors went to Kustom Rock Crushing of Gordon with their flying reindeer and sleigh. Bauerkemper's were voted second place with their remote-controlled mini-bikes, and the Bordeaux Trappers 4-H Club float won third place. Click here for more photos. (Photo by Sara Taylor-KCSR News)

KCSR/KBPY's Dennis Brown and Roxie Graham-Marski took a turn ringing bells at Safeway during this season's Salvation Army bell ringing campaign. All funds raised stay local. If you would like to volunteer, call 308-432-3393 and say "I want to ring the bells."