A public safety software system proposal for the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Department was accepted by the county commissioners Wednesday, April 28.
By David Swanson
This year’s FFA district and state competitions have looked a little different. Because of COVID all of the events took place online.
By Brooklyn Epler Johnson-brock Ffa Chapter Reporter
Cooper Weeks has joined the Nemaha County Herald staff on a full-time basis.
The Auburn High School Girls Soccer Team beat visiting Nebraska City 2-1 in a shootout on April 27. The victory improved the Bulldogs record to 3-6, while the Pioneers fell to 1-11.
The Auburn Bulldogs take a 1-14 record to the Class B-1 baseball districts in Hastings.
The Auburn Bulldog girls were runners-up while the Bulldog boys took third in the East Central Nebraska Conference track and field meet.
Ida May Garver, only child of Cecil and Elsie (Skillet) Cooney, was born May 9, 1936, on a farm south of Peru, Nebraska.
Virgil Friedrich Plager, one of three children of Eli and Lydia (Borrenpohl) Plager, was born October 19, 1928 on the family farm near Elk Creek, Nebraska. Virgil was baptized at St.
LaVona Delaine (Gray) Swanson was born on October 3, 1923, in Loretto, Nebraska. She was the youngest of four children of Charles and Lovina Ann (Anna Enterline) Gray.
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