The third Cuming County Feet on the Farm Adventure Race gets underway early Saturday.
West Point’s 1.5 percent local sales tax has netted the city roughly $81,264 per month in the first nine months of the city’s budget year.
Cuming County Economic Development this week began another round of the Business Improvement Grant program. Applications for the grants will be taken until Sept. 1.
Up until last week, any consensus reached by the Cuming County and Burt County public power districts’ boards of directors pertaining to a possible merger of the two districts was basically a gentleman’s agreement.
The West Point News has again been named a winner in the National Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Contest.
There have been some awfully good golfers go through the Guardian Angels Central Catholic golf program in recent years.
A total of 23 athletes from the West Point News coverage area competed in the 2018 State Track & Field meet Friday and Saturday at Omaha Burke.
For a second consecutive year, the West Point-Beemer girls track team completed a major accomplishment as they were crowned champions of the East Husker Conference.
While wrestling may be viewed as an individual sport, long-time head coach Ray Maxwell of West Point-Beemer knows quite well that is far from the truth.
Motivation can be an issue for teams in the state basketball consolation games. But it was no problem whatsoever for Bancroft-Rosalie/Lyons-Decatur.
The annual Wisner Jr. Livestock Show and Wisner Lions Club Rodeo will take place on June 28 through July 1.
The third Annual Feet on the Farm Adventure Race is set for this Saturday.
Discussion was held on the lack of interest and request for proposals for the sale of real estate at the school board meeting on Wednesday night.
Hannah Guenther took over her duties as Food Nutrition and Health Extension Educator for Cuming, Colfax and Stanton counties on June 1.
Three separate tracts of land owned by the City of Wisner, just north of the current fire hall, were sold as one to the highest bidder on Monday.
Spring storms like the one that rolled through West Point and Cuming County brings out the neighborliness in many folks.
It was a busy weekend in West Point, what with a local man being ordained into priesthood, several tractors rolling into town, the annual Cream of the Crop Dairy Show, Friday night’s high winds and an accident on Highway 275 in West Point that left one of the vehicles involved upside down.
Time stands still for no one.
The West Point News says kudos to all the candidates who threw a hat into the ring for the May primary. And if you weren’t one of those who either advanced to the general election or won the seat you were after, don’t give up. Stay involved in local government and continue to show that you w…
A week after the 2018 primary election, we’re still scratching our heads over the voter turnout.
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