Temperatures in the upper 50s and drizzly conditions didn’t stop the opening of the Auburn Dog Park Friday noon, May 19. It is located north of Longs Creek Village Assisted Living.

Wednesday, May 17, the Nemaha County Commissioners approved terminating an interlocal agreement with Otoe County. Both counties have been sharing a veterans service officer.

Monday, May 29 will be a time to remember those giving the ultimate sacrifice to protect American freedoms.


Three student/athletes represented Auburn High School at the 2017 NSAA State Class B Track & Field Championships.

Two Johnson-Brock Eagle 2017 graduates ended their high school athletic careers by medaling in the Class D state track and field meet. Freshman Ty Hahn also earned a state medal in his first meet.

Sunday afternoon, May 21, the Auburn Dairy Sweet Reserves baseball team opened its season capturing both ends of a doubleheader with Falls City.



Edna Margaret (Bohlken) Grundman was born on a farm southeast of Talmage, Nebraska, on December 14, 1920. She was one of three children of Harm and Gescha (George) Bohlken.

Dr. Richard Penney, 72, a nine-year resident of Surprise, Arizona, passed away there on March 30, 2017. He was born 11-21-1944 in Nebraska to Merrill and Estelle Penney.

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