Nemaha Herald


The Johnson-Brock High School Class of 2015 which graduated Saturday, May 16, received a number of scholarships, which are listed below along with the graduates’ future plans. Kendra Alberts: Plans to attend Peru State College (PSC), with a double major in special education– kindergarten through 12th grade and elementary education with an emphasis in behavioral disorders.

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A $16,375 proposal for information technology services with WRK of Omaha was accepted by the Auburn Board of Public Works (BPW) Thursday, May 14. The bid, recommended by the Technology Committee, was the lowest of proposals meeting the utility’s specifications. WRK also provides services to Auburn State Bank and Carson National Bank. Dr. Michael Zaruba, board member, spoke with bank representatives who are happy with WRK. The other proposal meeting specifications was Harland, also from Omaha, who bid $17,440 annually.

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