Plans have been in full swing to welcome the public to Nemaha County Hospital on Friday, Dec. 2. It will be the third consecutive year the staff will be host of Nemaha County Gives Back.
LISA JONES, third from left, presents two Shopko Foundation Community Charitable Grants Thursday, Nov. 10.
Reports by guidance counselors at Auburn Public Schools (APS) were presented to the Board of Education Monday, Nov. 14.
By David Swanson
The Auburn High School Bulldogs start the 2016-2017 campaign with 19 student/athletes on the squad. The wrestlers move back into Class B this season after a two year hiatus in Class C.
Jim Weeks, new Auburn Bulldogs boys’ basketball coach, will have four letter winners along with many key contributors from last year’s team which compiled an 8-15 record.
Auburn High School Girls Basketball Team begins play this week with a squad which should learn and improve as the season progresses, according to Head Coach Derek Bissitt, who moved over from the c
Genevieve Mae (Ulmer) Young, 94, of Humboldt, Nebraska was the daughter of Nelson H. and Cecelia (Smith) Ulmer. She was born February 8, 1922, at the farm home north of Dawson.
Arlene Elise Louise (Bergmann) Schuette, one of six children of Heinrich and Anna (Rippe) Bergmann, was born August 2, 1923 in a farm home near Auburn, Nebraska.
Roberta Jane “Bobbie” Drennen, one of two daughters of Walter and Prudence (Beal) Finke, was born May 23, 1927, in Nebraska City, Nebraska.
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