The Auburn Automotive Rebuilding Fundraiser held Saturday, April 24th was a huge success!
Governor Pete Ricketts commented on a decision by the Nebraska Economic Forecasting Advisory Board, which raised the revenue forecast by $90 million for the current fiscal year FY2020-21, decreased estimates by $5 million for fiscal year FY2021-22, and made no change to FY2022-23.
Nebraskans will have more options when buying fireworks under a bill passed April 29.
AUBURN MAYOR Dan White (left) and Councilman Rick Janssen were joined in the concessions stand at Legion Memorial Park by volunteers Jenni Anderson and Mellissa Riggins who helped hand out free cupcakes to anyone who wanted one. Nemaha County Herald photo by Darrell Wellman
Stoner Drug in Auburn is currently administering vaccines for the COVID-19 virus to citizens who are at least 18 years old. Members of the community can schedule appointments to receive the Moderna vaccine Monday-Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m., by phone or in person. Those looking to get the vaccine can also visit www.healthmartcovidvaccine.com to schedule an appointment. The Moderna vaccine is a two shot vaccine that requires four weeks between doses. Vaccinations are available with zero copay.