West Point American Legion Post #70 Commander Steve Schwer stands at attention while Legion member Dean Lauritzen plays “Taps.”
Starting next week, people will be able to purchase gift certificates for the “Give, Get, Grow Cuming County” program.
The Cuming County Board of Supervisors agreed yesterday (Tuesday) to begin a “soft opening” of the courthouse, possibly as early as next week.
The days of a West Point police officer writing a speeding ticket may soon be over.
The calendar says it’s the end of May, which means property owners in Cuming County will start seeing new valuation notices in their mailboxes next week.
Organized youth baseball in West Point will have to wait until 2021 as there will be no season this summer.
It didn’t matter if they were eight years old or 18-years old. All they wanted to do is win. They referring to the five starters for the Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur basketball program who captured back-to-back Class C2 state championships.
Come Friday and Saturday, it will be an awfully strange sight seeing Burke Stadium in Omaha empty. Those two days were supposed to be when fans from all over the state piled into the stadium to watch the 2020 NSAA State Track and Field meet.
Estefania Barragan and Brithany Cervantes aren’t scared of a challenge. In fact, both girls embrace a good challenge. Naturally, wrestling was a good fit for them.
When Arizona Riecken had a gold medal draped around his neck on the basketball court of Pinnacle Bank Arena in March, that capped off an extremely heart-warming success story.
The cancellation of school and extra curricular activities, due to COVID-19, enabled one Wisner family to take a unique road trip they had talked about doing for years, but had never found the time to do.
The Wisner-Pilger High School class of 1970 was the first class to graduate from the newly consolidated school district and from the newly constructed Wisner-Pilger high school. This 50-year milestone was to be celebrated at the annual Wisner-Pilger alumni banquet, originally scheduled for M…
On Monday, new directed health measures (DHMs) loosen restrictions on gatherings, wedding and funeral receptions, businesses like bars, restaurants, barbershops, salons, and sports.
The Wisner Care Center held a Memorial Day program to remember veterans who have passed and to honor the 14 veterans currently residing there. The program was to be held outside so the public could view it while practicing social distancing from their cars, however the program was moved insi…
“Give, Get, Grow Cuming County,” a program to help businesses generate income during this time of restrictions due to COVID-19, received the green light this week. The program also helps consumers’ by boosting their purchasing power.
Thanks to Cuming County Economic Development, the Donald E. Nielsen Foundation and several other area businesses and organizations, businesses in the county have a chance to take part in a program to help them get back on their feet after the COVID-19 disruption.
Good news: Cuming County’s Board of Supervisors on Tuesday agreed to begin reopening the courthouse. It won’t be a rush to normalcy, but it’s a first step in the wake of the corornavirus pandemic that shuttered doors to local government offices and many businesses.
It’s hard to imagine a Memorial Day without a service to attend at a local cemetery.
Utility rate increases are never popular (emphasis on never).
I’m not sure when it became in vogue for officials of any political party to heap so much praise upon others in their party for doing their jobs, but it’s something we now live with daily. And it’s not limited just one party. It might be that it’s always been that way but we just hear it mor…
- West Point Police now issuing electronic citations
- Cuming County Courthouse to begin ‘soft opening’ soon
- Legion, VFW Posts honor veterans on Memorial Day
- Courthouse to reopen :)
- White-tailed squirrels spotted
- 1970 grads recall first year at W-P High School
- New property valuations to be mailed this week
- West Point blood drive Monday requires appointment, mask
- Businesses, patrons need to act quickly
- West Point swimming pool might not open