Young Bulldog Girls Lose 24-43 to Sidney in District Final
Auburn Cheerleaders Retain C-1 Non-Tumbling State Title
Bulldog Boys Double Score on Thunderbirds in Regular Season Finale
Peru State Cheer Team Gets Its First-Ever Win
Fire Destroys Auburn Automotive Business; Other Building Sustains Smoke, Water Damage
BPW Produced Power to Avoid Rolling Blackouts


The Peru community and surrounding areas are invited to a Town Hall on March 9 at 6:30 p.m. in the Peru State College Performing Arts Center or by Zoom video conference.

Eight new coronavirus (COVID-19) afflictions were reported from Nemaha County from Sunday, Feb. 21 through Saturday, Feb. 27. That is two fewer incidences than during the week of Sunday, Feb.

February 2021 averaged 12.7 degrees below normal, the coldest since 1989. The maximum temp was 63 degrees on February 23rd, just seven days after the month’ minimum temperature of -32.


Young Bulldog Girls Lose 24-43 to Sidney in District Final

The Auburn Bulldog girls’ basketball season ended Friday night, Feb. 26 in the C1-8 district final at Kearney. Auburn lost 24-43 to Sidney.

Coach Grant Cole’s Comments

Unbeaten Bulldog Boys Seek Third Straight State Title

The Bulldogs finished off the 2020-21 regular season with a 74-37 victory over Johnson-County Central to complete an unbeaten regular season.


Marilyn Kay (Behrends) Knippelmeyer was born June 28, 1944 in Auburn, Nebraska. She was one of three children born to Orval and Ora (Gerdes) Behrends.

Edward “Bus” Hall, one of five children of Garlan “Fat” and Ella W. (Kerns) Hall, was born February 13, 1946, at Tushla Hospital in Auburn, Nebraska.

Dorothy Christine (Grube) Niedermeyer was born January 22, 1929 on the family farm outside Johnson, Nebraska.

Nemaha County Herald

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