The Cuming County Fair is back...
No one in attendance at last Wednesday’s groundbreaking for the US-275 West Point to Scribner expressway was disappointed that no shovels were used.
This year’s summer acting camp headed up by Marlene Wiechman saw success with the help of two special co-directors who are no strangers to the stage.
There are two very important “Pearl’s” in Austin Throener’s life.
Gina Uhing, Director of the Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department, was honored as the “2020 Area Person of the Year” by the Norfolk Daily News and Elkhorn Valley Bank & Trust Company Thursday in Wisner.
Waterloo-Valley plated a quick 1st-inning run. That ended up being the only time either team crossed home plate as Waterloo-Valley edged West Point 1-0 in the American Legion Class B Area 3 Junior baseball tournament Friday at Omaha Roncalli.
During coach pitch action in June, Gunnar Tullberg of the West Point White Sox watches the ball into his glove at 2nd base.
West Point swam away with a 1st-place finish at their home swim meet held June 19 at the city pool. The Dolphins netted 742 team points.
Summer is a time for growth. And for the West Point American Legion Junior baseball team, their growth this season has been immense, according to head coach Jacob Hohenthaner.
One rough inning could have derailed the Bombers. Instead, West Point responded in a big way for a 12-8 win over Blair in DCBL action Sunday afternoon at Anderson Field.
Cuming County soon will have a corn whisky distillery after action taken last week by the Cuming County Board of Supervisors.
The Cuming County Fair Foundation and Agricultural Society (Fair Board) have undertaken the restoration of a wagon once used by the West Point Cadet band in the late 1800s before it became the property of the Agricultural Society in the early 1900s.
Beemer is back to hosting their annual Play Daze this year. Beemer Play Daze will be held July 23 - 24.
A back-to-school plan for the 2021-2022 school year was approved by the Wisner-Pilger Board of Education at Monday night’s meeting.
As the city searches for new sources to tap for clean drinking water, the Annual Water Quality Report appears in this week’s News-Chronicle.
US-275 work has been 33 years in the making, and I’ve been there for all of it...
It hit me this week that it was five years ago this month I was one of the too many who had cancer on their mind and in their body. I don’t consider any cancer to be minor, but what I had to go through was minor compared to so many others.
Like a good number of West Point residents, I was likely going to moan a bit when my next electric bill arrived this week.
Pathways to Tomorrow (P2T) put another feather in its cap. This week it was announced that P2T has been selected as the Nebraska Career and Technical Education’s (CTE) Outstanding Secondary Program of 2021.
Let’s not get the cart too far ahead of the horse... We’ve had some comments about “why all the rush to build a new swimming pool in West Point?” Truth be told, no one has said West Point is getting a new pool anytime soon. There’s a lot of work yet to be done, including finding a way to pay…
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