HOISTING THEIR District Championship plaque is the Auburn Bulldog softball team. Saturday afternoon, Oct. 10, Auburn disposed of the Ponca Indians by two shutouts. It included a no-hit effort by senior Kylie Allen. The Bulldogs will make their fifth consecutive trip to Hastings to play in the Class C state tournament. A recap of the district games as well as other information pertaining to state softball may be found elsewhere in this week’s Nemaha County Herald. Nemaha County Herald photo by Kendall Neiman
Auburn BPW Updates Nemaha County Commissioners on Possibly Supplying Water Long-Term to the City of Peru
The Nemaha County Commissioners were informed Wednesday morning, Sept. 30 on the Auburn Board of Public Works (BPW) possibly furnishing water long-term to the City of Peru.
A downtown Auburn location is the home to two new businesses. Oct. 8 was the opening day for TouSha3 Boutique and Relax & Unwind at 921 Central Avenue.
The College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) is pleased to announce that Nemaha County Hospital has earned the 2020 CHIME Digital Health Most Wired recognition as a certified level 7. The CHIME Digital Health Most Wired program conducts an annual survey to assess how effectively healthcare organizations apply core and advanced technologies into their clinical and business programs to improve health and care in their communities.
Nebraskans are known for being honest, hard-working people who are fiscally responsible. This is a big part of how we’ve grown the Good Life and prospered through the years. Nebraskans are not only industrious, but we are also open-hearted and generous, charitably giving to churches and nonprofits. These strong civic and family values are at the core of who we are. It’s important that we never lose sight of them and guard against efforts to undermine them.