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31
OCT
2014

Johnson Lake Drawdown Allows for Clean Up

Central decided to take advantage of the low water levels at Johnson Lake and do some shoreline maintenance work. As the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission worked to complete their Angler Access Project near the inlet at Johnson Lake, the water levels remained around eight feet...
20
OCT
2014

Curtis Technical Agriculture School Students Experience Central’s Project

Students from the University of Nebraska Technical Agriculture School in Curtis enjoyed a “mini-tour” of parts of Central’s hydro-irrigation project on a recent October day. Eleven NCTA students, shepherded by Assistant Professor of Agronomy Brad Ramsdale and Dick Neel, the...
16
OCT
2014

“Prehistoric Fish” Stocked in Two Central Supply Canal Lakes

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission recently stocked 990 paddlefish in two small lakes along The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District’s Supply Canal. Gallagher Canyon and Midway lakes, as well as the Supply Canal that conveys water to the lakes, were...
15
OCT
2014

From the Archives: Dam Named in Honor of George P. Kingsley

(Reproduced verbatim from the Hastings Daily Tribune, July 7, 1937) Major Tri-County Unit Will Memorialize George P. Kingsley, Pioneer Project Leader The Trico board of directors late yesterday took steps to adopt the name Kingsley Dam for the major unit of the Tri-County power...
13
OCT
2014

Lake McConaughy Sign Gets Fresh Coat of Paint

Central teamed up with the group Keep Keith County Beautiful to re-vamp the iconic “Leave only your footprints please!” sign located on the shore of Lake McConaughy. Central funded the project, which included repairing and repainting the cement slab. The sign had not been...