Youngsters that attend the Elwood Public Library summer reading program Monday colored pictures of the night owls they would like to be . There was a raccoon, bears, several owls, a couple of bats and […]
Holbrook Days began Thursday, June 27th with Bingo at the Community Building in Holbrook. On Friday, the festivities included a ham and beef fund raiser sponsored by the Fire Dept. followed by the annual parade […]
Arapahoe Blue Dolphin swim team hosted a relay swim competition last Thursday at the Arapahoe Plunge.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) opened nominations this week for the 2019 Angels in Adoption Award for Nebraska’s Third District. Angels in Adoption, a project of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, […]
(HOLDREGE, Neb.) – The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District board of directors convened briefly for the regular monthly board meeting Monday. The board approved a work order for a standby generator to be […]
Arapahoe’s annual Prairie Pioneer Days celebration kicks off today, Wednesday July 3, with events planned for the entire family. A highlight of the July 4th celebration is always the Prairie Pioneer Days parade. This year’s […]
The Arapahoe City Council met on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 in the council room at the Ella Missing Community Center. Those in attendance included Mayor John E. Koller, council members Ward Carpenter, Todd Monie, John […]