After several meetings, the Cuming County Planning Commission (PC) is ready to hold a public hearing to review and possibly recommend the adoption of the county’s updated rural zoning regulations.
The Cuming County Board of Supervisors may be close to naming the county’s next Economic Development Executive Director.
The Kornhusker Kids 4-H Club agronomy team placed first in the 8th annual Innovative Youth Corn Challenge.
Cuming County voters will know in a week what city council, school board and county board incumbents have filed to seek re-election for the May 2020 primary.
Two members of Beemer American Legion Post 159 will soon be doing a bit of conditioning. If they haven’t started already.
In reality, Guardian Angels Central Catholic couldn’t have asked for a better start to the D-2 District wrestling tournament Friday at Central Valley in Greeley.
Senior David Garcia put an exclamation point on the heartbreak round for West Point-Beemer at the B-3 District wrestling tournament Saturday at Pierce High School.
The Boys Basketball Subdistrict brackets have been released. Click below to see the tournaments with coverage teams competing.
The Girls Basketball C1-3 Subdistrict at Wisner-Pilger High School. As of today, West Point-Beemer is currently 10th in the Class C1 power point standings.
Taking care of the basketball was a big priority for Guardian Angels Central Catholic. With 20 turnovers, there were times that didn’t happen. But down the stretch, the Bluejays produced some valuable possessions. As a result, GACC was able to pull out a 54-42 win over Battle Creek in the gi…
On Feb. 11 at about 10 p.m. the Stanton County Sheriff’s office and Wisner Police arrested Leland Heinhold, 57, of Wisner on a felony arrest warrant from Stanton County District Court for Failure to Appear on an earlier arrest following a vehicle pursuit in northwestern Stanton County.
Wisner and Cuming County voters may see a ballot minus some incumbents if things didn’t change between 11 a.m. and the end of the day on Tuesday. As of press time, Wisner Ward 1 Councilman Chris Liermann, Sr. had not filed for re-election, nor had W-P School Board member Jacki Kalkowski.
The Aksarben Foundation has announced the opening of their Aksarben Community Grant Program for 2020. Started in the 1990’s, this grant program has been overseen and funded by the Aksarben Friends membership group and has touched nearly every county in Nebraska.
Two members of Beemer American Legion Post 159 will soon be doing a bit of conditioning. If they haven’t started already.Daryl Harrison and Ken Hanel have agreed to walk the 432 miles of Nebraska’s Highway 20 in May to raise awareness that US-20 has been designated the “Nebraska Medal of Hon…
The late Clement “Clem” C. McGuire of Wisner was honored at a ceremony on Jan. 11 in Lutremange, Belgium, for his participation in the Battle of the Bulge. McGuire returned to Wisner after World War II, married and raised a family. He was modest about combat experience and the fact that he h…
Governor Pete Ricketts came under a bit of fire late last week after making comments in which he repeatedly referred to Nebraska’s public schools as “government schools.”
Worth more than just consideration: The Legislature would provide additional funding for career-readiness and dual-credit education initiatives under a proposal heard last week by the Education Committee.
Today is I Love Public Schools day. It’s also Catholic Schools Week and School Choice Week. And in March it’s Lutheran Schools Week. Whether you are a supporter of public schools, religious schools, home schooling or other private education, most of it is available right here in West Point.
West Point News readers will notice the byline for Teresa Hasenkamp in this week’s issue. It’s part of some staff changes that have taken place the past few months at West Point News and Wisner News-Chronicle.
Me thinks it’s going to be more than just an interesting election year in Nebraska.
- Wisner man told family little of his decorated past nor his role in historic Battle of the Bulge
- Sheriff, police arrest suspect after he flees through window
- James Strehle
- Girls subdistrict basketball brackets released
- Two from Beemer post will walk to raise money for Medal of Honor Hwy signs
- Roger Claussen
- County close to hiring next Economic Development director
- Departments from 3 communities battle house fire Monday
- Beemer American Legion members will walk to raise funds for Medal of Honor Highway
- Cadets capture historic state title
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