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Cancer Support Group to Host Info Meeting

April 29, 2009 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

The Antelope County Cancer Support Group will be hosting an informational meeting with Shelley Fischer at 10 a.m. May 2, 2009 at the Elgin United Methodist Church.

Hungry Band Stops at Restaurant

April 29, 2009 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

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Dean Henn brought in this picture postcard of a band banquet held at the Van Cleve Cafe in Elgin many, many years ago. Members were seated around the table in their band uniforms, their instruments and hats set to the side. On the wall is a calendar from Montor Mills turned to June. Anyone with additional information about the band or the restaurant should contact The Elgin Review. Readers are encouraged to submit old photographs to the newspaper for publication.

Locks of Love

April 29, 2009 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

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Kelsey Welding is a 4th grader at Elgin Public.  She decided to donate her hair to Locks of Love when her 6-year-old cousin, Keric, lost his hair during chemotherapy.  He had to have a bone marrow transplant in December.  He is now back home getting stronger everyday.  Autumn at Shear Genius Salon cut Kelsey’s hair. Photo submitted


Physicians and Public Urged To be on Watch for Swine Flu

April 29, 2009 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services issued an alert Saturday to physicians to be on the watch for swine influenza in humans. 

While no cases have been identified in Nebraska at this time, as of Saturday, eleven cases of swine flu had been confirmed in the U.S., according to the federal Centers for Disease Control.  The confirmed cases are in California, Texas and Kansas, with suspect cases in New York. There are an undetermined number of cases in Mexico reaching into the hundreds.

Look What Mike Found!

April 29, 2009 by lmorgan · Comments Off 

elkshedThe famous young “Clearwater Elk” as featured in the Nebraskaland magazine in 2007 takes up residence at Sandhill Seasons Guest Ranch & Hunts from about January through May.  For the last three years or so Mike Dwyer has been watching him roam the hills on his ranch in Wheeler County east of Bartlett, NE.  This year he saw him one week with his antlers and on Monday of the next week he saw him without any.  Mike was fortunate enough to find both sheds.  The elk is still on Dwyer’s land but soon, by the end of May if he holds true to form, he will again end up around Merle Sehi’s farm south of Clearwater. Photo submitted


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