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Owens’ 2018 tale of a mysterious murder and a young woman who lives in a North Carolina marsh sold more than 7 million copies worldwide. “Surprise bestsellers are often works that chime with the times,” wrote Mark Lawson in The Guardian, noting that the book, though set in the past, “is, in its treatment of racial and social division and the fragile complexities of nature, obviously relevant. But these themes will reach a huge audience through the writer’s old-fashioned talents for compelling character, plotting and landscape description.” (Penguin, $14.99)

The Senior Corps Foster Grandparent Program at Community Action Partnership of Western Nebraska held their mid-year recognition at two places …

SCOTTSBLUFF — The Scottsbluff High School yearbook program brought home top honors from the Nebraska High School Press Association’s Fall Conv…

Tenth Street in Gering was lined with people of all ages, ready to watch floats and cars work their way down the street as a part of the 97th annual Oregon Trail Days parade Saturday, July 14.

With around 40 floats, the parade lasted just over an hour and featured floats and vehicles from organizations throughout the county, from the Gering Fire Department exhibiting its various engines and vehicles to the Riverside Discovery Center, which won the parade’s top prize for their zoo-themed float. 

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