Three weeks from today (Wednesday) West Point will know who its next mayor and three city council representatives will be.
As election day 2018 draws nearer, the debate over Medicaid expansion in Nebraska is moving closer to center stage.
The Cuming and Burt County Public Power Districts’ Boards of Directors will hold a joint meeting Wednesday, Oct. 24 to hear more information regarding the possible consolidation of the two districts.
The City of West Point is planning to flush the low side of the city’s water system beginning at 1 p.m. Monday, Oct. 22.
Property owners in West Point, Beemer and Wisner will see a drop in their consolidated property tax levies as a result of most local governments dropping their levies.
There’s no sugar-coating it. Rain and cold temps made for miserable conditions at the Class C girls state golf tourney held at River’s Edge Golf Course in North Platte last week.
More than once during the C-2 District softball tourney last week at Timmermann Park in West Point, it appeared that Guardian Angels Central Catholic could possibly have to bank on drawing one of two wildcard spots.
When West Point-Beemer realized its potential back in August, they knew state was well within reach, despite being so young.
Chris Strehle of West Point will join prestigous company this weekend. This Friday, Strehle will be inducted into the 2018 Midland University Athletic Hall of Fame.
When it mattered most, Guardian Angels Central Catholic made the neccessary plays down the stretch to close out a 30-20 come-from-behind win over Wisner-Pilger Friday night in Beemer.
The General Election (Nov. 6) is now less than three weeks away, and candidates for several area, state, and federal seats are making last-ditch pleas for votes.
In dealing with a cash flow issue at the Wisner Care Center at Monday’s regular meeting, the Wisner City Council took stock in the local establishment, and made it clear that its importance to the City of Wisner is too great to overlook.
The Wisner Fire Department and EMS put on a fire safety program for the Wisner-Pilger Elementary students last Monday. Students experienced being in and exiting a smoke filled trailer sponsored by the Nebraska State Fire Marshal’s office.
The American Veterans Park is now completed and local organizers are planning a dedication for Sunday, Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. in West Point.
On Wednesday, Oct. 24, the Boards of Cuming County and Burt County Public Power Districts will hold a special meeting to consider further information regarding the possibility of a future consolidation. This meeting will be held at 9 a.m. at the CVA office building bottom floor south entranc…
When Nebraskans cast their vote in this year’s general election, they won’t just be putting people in office. They will also vote on a measure that will directly affect many people’s lives – 90,000 lives, to be more specific.
Impressive with a capital “I”.
Few people relish the thought of going before their city council or any other elected government body to complain about an issue that’s affecting their lives.
We’ll make this one short. This state needs another debate between gubernatorial candidates Pete Ricketts and Bob Krist. It’s discouraging that a second debate hasn’t happened. We aren’t blaming either side that it hasn’t taken place, but it’s time to get on with it.
Tuesday was designated as National Voter Registration Day, but if you missed the chance to do so and still need to, you have time. We say that, because nearly one out of every seven Americans of voting age who are eligible, are still not registered to vote.
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