Work to begin replacing the bridge over the Elkhorn River south of Beemer will get underway in August after action taken at two recent Cuming County Board of Supervisor meetings.
Members of the Cuming County Feeders Association and the Young Nebraska Cattlemen affiliate grilled steaks for the inaugural Nebraska Cattlemen’s Senator Social and Steak event held near the State Capitol.
Cuming County’s Board of Supervisors last week joined a long list of other counties in Nebraska that have adopted resolutions declaring their support for the right to bear arms.
Thirty-four seniors attending Guardian Angels Central Catholic will graduate this Sunday, May 9.
This year’s Relay For Life of the Cuming County Area will take place on Facebook May 16-23, and silent auction bidding will be on www.biddingowl.com May 13-20. Cancer survivors wanting to take part in this year’s Relay can register with Carly by calling 402-372-4005.
Knowing they had the potential to do something big, West Point-Beemer delivered on that potential as the Cadet boys’ track team captured the East Husker Conference championship Saturday at Lyons.
Megan (Neuvirth) Maslanka always had natural ability. But it was her dedication and work ethic that took her basketball career to the next level. To a hall of fame level.
Gunnar Ray’s 38 was the low score of the day as he led Oakland-Craig to a home triangular win Thursday at the Oakland Golf Course.
Errors were troublesome for the GACC-SS-WPB baseball team as they finished the game with eight. But ultimately, it was one bad inning that sunk the Patriots in a 6-4 loss to T-C Thunder Friday at Anderson Field.
Hitting off the tee box has been a strength for the West Point-Beemer golf team this season. But the closer to the hole they get, the more difficult it gets. And it was those struggles that forced the Cadets to settle for a 3rd-place finish at their home triangular last week Tuesday at India…
As the city searches for new sources to tap for clean drinking water, the Annual Water Quality Report appears in this week’s News-Chronicle.
The Josh Abbott Band is the headline entertainment for Wisner’s 150 Celebration. They will take the stage on the Thunderdome track at 9:30 p.m. on June 26.
The Wisner 150 Planning Committee is firming up events for the anniversary celebration June 25 – 27. The Wisner Junior Livestock Show will be held June 24 – 27 in conjunction with the 150th celebration.
The Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District’s board of directors isn’t short of opinions to consider regarding its proposed groundwater management area for parts of Cuming, Dodge and Colfax counties.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow said “For bells are the voice of church; they have tones that touch and search the hearts of young and old.”
Nebraska lawmakers last week advanced from general file a bill intended to shift the cost of school bonds away from owners of farm and ranch land.
A proposal to limit increases in property taxes collected by local governments in Nebraska stalled on general file last week after a failed cloture motion.
Some will consider this column a bit self-serving. So be it.
If you ever need a reminder that you are growing older, just wait until you turn 64.
A memorable high school basketball season wrapped up Saturday with BRLD’s boys bringing home the third-place trophy from the state Class C2 tournament, matching the accomplishment of the BRLD girls’ team the week before.
- Feeders grill steaks for state senators
- Marvin Kreikemeier
- Joyce Baumert
- Eisenmenger receives ‘Leading With Faith’ award
- One of Nebraska’s best
- WP-B Art program paints bright future for students’ career options
- Gerald “Jerry” Spanel
- Mark Steinborn
- Work on new Elkhorn River bridge to begin in August
- Joyce Baumert
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