The West Point Community Theatre curtain came down this week after seven successful “The Sound of Music” performances, the last of which was Sunday. In one of the final scenes, Captain Von Trapp (Ryan Reeson) and Maria (Rebecca McKay) join his children in a song.
The fiscal year 2021 budget for the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District (LENRD) reflects projects and programs that will protect our future while fully leveraging local taxpayer dollars as efficiently as possible.
Cuming County’s Board of Supervisors yesterday gave final approval to the 2020-2021 budget that seeks a property tax increase of $57,091. The board held its required public hearing on the budget Tuesday morning.
West Point Public School Superintendent Bill McAllister is considering modifications to the schools COVID-19 plans pending what the risk dial for Cuming County looks like this week.
Property owners in Nebraska will see an increase in their state property tax credits next year, according to news shared this week by Nebraska Department of Revenue.
Ten points in a matter of 18 seconds late in the 3rd quarter gave new life to the Guardian Angels Central Catholic football team.
Plenty of determination lifted Guardian Angels Central Catholic to its first win of the season during pool play of the NEN Jean Groth Volleyball Classic Thursday at North Bend. That was a big win for the Bluejays, GACC head coach Kate Hagemann noted.
Reaching the Gold Division of the NEN Jean Groth Volleyball Classic was a huge step forward for West Point-Beemer’s volleyball program. The Cadets accomplished that by winning pool play, which they hosted Thursday evening, thanks to wins over Tekamah-Herman and Wayne.
Fueled by a quick start, West Point-Beemer locked up a 37-22 home win over Arlington in Friday night’s high school football season opener. But it didn’t come without a fight.
A pitching dual unfolded between Guardian Angels Central Catholic’s Erin Franzluebbers and Bishop Neumann’s Macy Sabatka.
Finances were the order of the night Tuesday, Sept. 8, as the Wisner City Council approved an $11.8 million 2020-21 budget and approved a $21,275 grant application.
The Wisner-Pilger Board of Education approved a property tax request of $6,052,214 for the 2020-2021 school year at their Sept. 9 meeting. This year’s request is $36 less than last year’s request.
Wisner-Pilger Schools is celebrating their 2020 Homecoming week this week with a variety of activities. “You Can’t Tame Our Pride” is the circus theme that has been chosen for the week.
When it came time for Gwen Donner, a junior at Wisner-Pilger High School, to select a project for her FFA Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE), she decided to join the ranks of the more than 200,000 beekeepers across the United States. A year and a half after starting her first four bee h…
The Cuming County Board of Supervisors is eyeing a property tax increase of $57,091 for the new budget year.
Roses to those involved in West Point Community Theatre’s production of “The Sound of Music.”
I’m beginning to wonder if all those in charge of updating information on the weather forecasting apps know where West Point, Neb. is located.
The calendar says high school football season, but the weather says July 4. Doesn’t matter, because I’m looking forward to another step to normalcy: the start of another high school fall sports season.
As if things weren’t hard enough for Nebraska’s small businesses, news comes that the Trump administration plans to claw back a chunk of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funds legitimate businesses have used as a lifeline to keep their employees on the payroll.
Weekly newspapers like West Point News have joined others in urging support for Congressional action to prevent slowing of the mail during the coronavirus pandemic.
- School board hears COVID plan update
- So long, farewell...
- Delwin Meyer
- James Van Cleav
- Doernemann, Timmerman crowned king, queen at GACC
- Property tax credits hit $3 million for Cuming County
- WPCT still alive with ‘The Sound of Music’
- Funk – Hagedorn
- Bluejay rally falls short
- Council approves $11.8 million budget
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