The Brady football team will have a little pep in their step heading into Homecoming week. They met the Maywood/Hayes Center Wolves at Maywood last Thursday, and dominated the game from start to finish. Coach Seamann was definitely pleased with his team’s efforts.

The Lady Eagles met two clubs last Tuesday for a triangular at home, coming away with a win against Dundy County-Stratton, and a charting a loss against South Loup.

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From player to spectator to referee to assistant coach, Brady native Rebecca Stearns has run the gamut when it comes to high school sports. So it was only natural that her passion for the game would eventually lead her to the volleyball head coach position at Brady Public Schools.

Brady hosted a triangular on Sept. 8 and a game against Garden County on Sept. 11, and then traveled to Callaway for a tournament on Sept. 12 to complete the week’s efforts. The Eagles struggled to gain a foothold this week, maintaining the upper hand on just two of the six match-ups they co…

This week we spotlight Trinity Christophersen, daughter of Salena and Art Christophersen. Trinity is a 4-year veteran of the volleyball team, and is involved in plenty of other activities off the court, including One Acts, National Honor Society, Yearbook, basketball, hunting and fishing.

The Brady Board of Education met last Monday along with two special hearings. At 6:30 p.m., the annual budget hearing was called to order by board president, Marge Spencer. Five board members were in attendance, with one member absent, DeAnn Vaughn. The 2020-2021 budget was presented, with a…

Last Friday, the Brady Eagles faced off against the Garden County Eagles with disappointing results for our hometown favorites. Early on, the Brady defense kicked in and looked like they were going to cause some trouble for Garden County, allowing only a single touchdown in the first quarter…

There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned rivalry match to fill the bleachers on a Friday night. Last week was no exception, as Brady and Maxwell fans alike made for the field to support their teams. They were given plenty of opportunities to cheer. The first three quarters of the game saw t…

The Lady Eagle Volleyball team has had a rough start, but they got a little of their own back this week against local rival, the Maxwell Wildcats. Coming off two losses at the South Platte triangular, Coach Rebecca Stearns knew that some changes needed to be made. “In the South Platte and Pe…

There is a lot of excitement surrounding a 21st birthday. Traditionally it’s a time for celebrating a person’s official move to adulthood, and all the freedoms that entails. For Brady alum Lexi Simants, though, it will forever be a bittersweet memory, tied to the ordeal of her second kidney …

Mike Tyson once said, “Everybody has a plan...until they get punched in the face.” Honestly, that’s a good description of a lot more than boxing! Prescribed burning is definitely one of those things. I’ve been corrected before when I mistakenly referred to this activity as a “controlled burn…

The Brady Eagles traveled to meet the Pleasanton Bulldogs on their home field for the first football match-up of the season Friday, Aug. 28. The Bulldogs came out fighting, and set a punishing pace for the young Eagles in the first two quarters, racking up 46 points by the half.

The sound of pounding feet, shrill voices calling out plays, the pop of a good solid hit, the roar of the crowd. Football has arrived, and the elementary kids won’t be left out. The Sandhills Youth Football League teams are preparing for the season openers on Sunday, Sept. 13. Over 20 kids f…

And not in a good way. The school’s cooling tower/heat exchanger caused major headaches last week as students filled the building. The system had been repaired less than a decade ago, but was not cooling the way it should. An emergency school board meeting was held Sunday, Aug. 23 to discuss…

The Village of Brady Board of Trustees met last Wednesday, Aug. 12 at 7:00 p.m. with all members in attendance. Several topics were considered, with the village’s action on a local property being a highlight.

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The first day of school traditionally features a few frayed nerves. The onset of a pandemic in 2020 ratcheted that tension up for both students and staff as classes started again this Monday. Due to the West Central District Health Department’s current Covid-19 risk level, all staff were req…

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In his decade of service as Athletic Director and Head Football Coach, Andy Seamann has learned that the only thing that stays the same is change. Whether you’re talking about the challenges associated with playing sports in a pandemic environment, or the constant flux of student-athletes th…

Covid-19 is here to stay. From an adult’s perspective, the changes in how we live our day-to-day lives is a sometimes annoying, but unavoidable, inconvenience as the country struggles to decide how to handle this unwelcome visitor. But for kids, it can be intimidating, nerve-wracking, and do…

The back to school process begins in earnest next week with the Brady Public School’s Meet & Greet on Thursday, Aug. 13, and the staff is excited to welcome students back to the building. The format will be atypical, as families will be asked to arrive during assigned time frames. Studen…

The first day of school is fast approaching! If you haven’t gathered your supplies yet, here is the full list of what is needed broken down by grade and teacher. 

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Viter Tree Solutions may be just reaching their first anniversary in business, but the experience behind it spans one and a half decades. Wade Viter is a recent transplant to the Brady community, having lived in Gothenburg until about six years ago. But he’s no stranger to the tree business.

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Brady Public Schools is gearing up for fall classes by prioritizing student and staff safety. A group of dedicated teachers and administrators formed a committee to outline the school’s procedures in the face of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Emphasis was placed on in person schooling, as th…

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Kindergarten Round-Up was held last week, July 21st , at the school. Beth Boden, kindergarten teacher, was on hand to welcome all the new faces to her classroom and give them a taste of what their daily activities will be. In a typical year, this annual event would last around two hours. Typ…

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Graduation is a milestone that has been celebrated at Brady High School for more than a century. From its beginnings as a burgeoning prairie school to the current technology-heavy modern educational institution, Brady Schools has changed exponentially. And this year’s graduating class boasts…