Nemaha Herald

Tuesday morning, Sept. 9, Lt. Gov. Lavon Heidemann resigned his position as well as withdrew as the running mate for Pete Ricketts, Republican gubernatorial candidate. Monday, Sept. 8, Johnson County District Judge Daniel E. Bryan, Jr., issued a domestic abuse protection order against Heidemann. Lois Bohling, Heidemann’s sister, filed a petition for the protection order Wednesday, Aug. 27, in Johnson County District Court. The order is effective for one year unless vacated by the court before then.

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FORMER LT. GOVERNOR Lavon Heidemann and his wife, Robin, were recognized with a plaque on the west side of the Oak Bowl at Peru State College. As a state senator, Lavon Heidemann helped secure state funding for the football stadium renovation.

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By David Swanson.

Saturday afternoon, Sept. 6, a large crowd gathered at the renovated Oak Bowl under sunny skies and mild temperatures to recognize donors in ceremonies four hours preceding the Peru State College (PSC) Bobcats’ football home opener. “Who would have imagined two years ago standing in the concourse of this beautiful remodeled Oak Bowl,” PSC President Dan Hanson remarked to open the dedication of the board recognizing donors of at least $2,500.

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