DISPLAYING THEIR third place plaque from the Class D-1 state volleyball tournament are the Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles.
Wednesday morning, Oct. 31 the Nemaha County Commissioners unanimously approved displaying In God We Trust at the courthouse. The location is to be determined.
Auburn Board of Public Works (BPW) customers will not experience increases to electric, water and wastewater rates in the coming year.
The Johnson-Brock Eagles are heading to Memorial Stadium Monday morning, Nov. 19. The 12-0 Eagles will play 12-0 Mullen at 10:15 a.m. in the Class D-2 championship game. Monday night, Nov.
LINCOLN - The Johnson-Brock Lady Eagles’ quest for their fourth straight Class D-1 State Championship fell a few points short in the semifinal round against Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family this past w
The Johnson-Brock Eagles made visiting Bloomfield the latest foe to experience their high-scoring offense en route to a 72-32 victory last Tuesday afternoon.
By Darrell Wellman
Nemaha County Herald
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