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    Raeville Welcomes New Gift Shop

    Raeville Welcomes New Gift Shop

    A “great idea” swirling in her head for years has finally become a reality for Raeville resident Karen Siems. Know by many for her award-winning works of leather art, Siems will add the title of Shop Owner to her resumé. “It’s been an accrued thing over the years,”... [Read more...]

    Prairie House Gifts Opens In Raeville

    A “great idea” swirling in her head for years has finally become a reality for Raeville resident Karen Siems. Know by many for her award-winning works of leather art, Siems will add the title of Shop Owner to her resumé. “It’s been an accrued thing over the years,”... [Read more...]

    Construction Underway For Prairie Breeze II

    Activity associated with the construction of a new wind energy farm near Elgin is well underway. “We’re pleased to report that initial construction activity has begun on the Prairie Breeze II Wind Energy Center,” said Alissa Krinsky, Director of Communications for Invenergy... [Read more...]

    Local News

    Morgan Elected NPA President; Newspaper Earns Four Awards At Convention

    The Elgin Review newspaper was recipient of four awards as part of the Better Newspaper Contest at the annual convention of the Nebraska Press Association (NPA). The contest was judged earlier this year by members of the Arizona Press Assocation. The... [Read more...]

    April 26, 2015 | Comments Off

    Elgin FCCLA Qualifies Two For Nationals

    Elgin FCCLA will be well represented when chapters from across the nation convene this summer in Washington, D.C. for the National Leadership Conference. Jaime Hoefer and Paige Nichols earned a trip to D.C. by virtue of their performance at the state... [Read more...]

    April 26, 2015 | Comments Off

    NSAA District Music Contest, Local School Results

    NORFOLK — The instruments were in tune Friday as students from Pope John CC and Elgin Public took part in the District Music Contest. Norfolk High School was the setting for the day-long competition featuring vocal and band/orchestra competitions. Both... [Read more...]

    April 25, 2015 | Comments Off


    Births

    Brayden Patras

    Kevin and Jennifer Patras of Tilden are the proud parents of a five pound, 13-ounce son named Brayden Alex. He was born March 6, 2015 at Antelope Memorial Hospital. Grandparents are Joe Kittelson and Christi Lundquist of Elgin, Karen and Richard Strong... [Read more...]

    April 15, 2015 | Comments Off


    Local Sports

    Four Medal At O’Neill Invite

    O’NEILL — The Wolfpack girls finished seventh and the boys track team finished ninth at the O’Neill Invitational held Thursday. Battling some of the best teams in the area, the Wolfpack found success in a variety of events. Leading the way were... [Read more...]

    April 26, 2015 | Comments Off

    Wolfpack Golfers Fourth At Ewing Invite

    The Wolfpack golf team finished fourth Wednesday at the Ewing Golf Invitational. West Holt posted a team score of 338 to finish first followed by Osmond 345, Norfolk Catholic 347 and EPPJ at 365. Altogether, 10 schools battled in the team competition. Medalist... [Read more...]

    April 26, 2015 | Comments Off

    Wolfpack Golf Compete At Plainview

    Wolfpack linksters competed at the Plainview Golf Invite which was won by Stanton. The Mustangs carded a 339 followed by  West Holt with 354, Randolph 363, Neligh-Oakdale  368, Crofton 369 and EPPJ finished sixth with a 371. Invite medalist was Alex... [Read more...]

    April 22, 2015 | Comments Off


    Deaths

    William Wirges

    William “Bill” Wirges, 83 of Omaha passed away Thursday, April 16, 2015 in Omaha. Bill was born July 11, 1931 in Petersburg, NE and passed away on Thursday, April 16 at the age of 83. Graveside services were held Tuesday, April 21 at St. Boniface... [Read more...]

    April 26, 2015 | Comments Off