News

MULTIPLE AGENCIES responded to a semitrailer fire late Sunday night, Feb. 11 on Highway 136 across the road from Orscheln Farm and Home at the east edge of Auburn.

The Nemaha County Commissioners Wednesday, Feb. 7, authorized Chair Marvin Bohling to sign the Law Enforcement Building office addition contract.

Monday night, Feb. 12, Peru Mayor Darrin Reeves appointed Bill Hunter to the Peru City Council. Hunter will be representing the city’s East Ward.

Sports

The Johnson-Brock Eagles ended their home schedule sweeping two games Friday and Saturday, Feb. 8 and 9.

PLAYING BASKETBALL THIS YEAR for Auburn Middle School are (front row, L-R) Paige Aue, Harmony Franke, Leah Grant, Melody Billings, Emma Jones; (second row, L-R) Kourtnie Ritter, Chloe Weeks, Jada S

The Auburn Bulldog girls’ basketball team had an 18-4 season record entering the Class C1-1 subdistricts.

Obituaries

Travis Edward Ries, 26 of Pawnee City, Nebraska passed away on Saturday, February 3, 2018. He was born on July 6, 1991 in Edmonds, Washington to Mike and Debbie (Collins) Ries.

Florence was born in Springfield, Nebraska to Herman and Mollie Ellingson on October 24, 1930.

Patricia “Trish” Lynn (Vinson) Keithley, 54, of Lexington, Nebraska was born on October 12, 1963, in Omaha, Neb. to James W. and Connie L. (Trosper) Vinson.

Nemaha County Herald

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