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Clearwater Rodeo Set for This Weekend

The annual Clearwater Rodeo will be held June 26 - 28, 2009 starting at 7:30 pm each night.   There will be a street dance...

NPPD Narrows Potential Wind Farm Sites to Six

Nebraska Public Power District has narrowed the list of potential sites under consideration for wind generation development near the communities of Petersburg and Broken...

WELCOME BACK ALUMNI!

Elgin High, St. Boniface Alumni Banquets to be held Saturday Night The word for this weekend is ‘alumni.’ Elgin High School and St. Boniface School will...

Garage Sales Map

Please click on this link to view the map from this week's issue of the Elgin Review garagesales

Vetch Days Begin Monday

One of the highlights of the annual Vetch Days celebration in Elgin will take place Monday evening. A ‘Poker’ Walk/Run will bring young and old...

Supervisors Approve Conditional Use Permit for Wind Turbines

The development of wind energy in southern Antelope County took another step forward last week as the Antelope County Board of Supervisors approved a...

‘Elvis’ Coming to Elgin Sunday

The St. Boniface gym will be “a rock’n and a roll’n” this Sunday, June 14 when Lincolnite Joseph Hall hits the stage as the...

Cruise Night is Saturday at Petersburg

Members of the Petersburg Volunteer Fire Department will be busy Saturday night. No, they hopefully won’t be putting out any fires. Instead, they’ll be...

Vacancies Filled at Elgin Public Schools

Vacancies on the teaching and administrative staff at School District #18 appear to have been resolved. At a meeting last month, the school board approved...

Nebraska to go Smoke Free on June 1

The statewide smoking ban takes effect on June 1, and the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and local health departments are...

Fallen Remembered on Memorial Day

Bright sunlight illuminated tombstones and made the colors of flowers jump out Monday morning as Memorial Day was observed with ceremonies at local cemeteries. As...

Principal, Two Teachers at EPS Let Out of Contracts

Fishers Headed to Ravenna; Simpsons Returning to Burwell Elgin Public Schools will be looking for two new teachers and an administrator in the coming weeks following...

EHS Seniors to Graduate Saturday

The eyes of Elgin High School’s seniors are on Saturday night, May 16 as the day they’ve been waiting for will finally come to...

Pope John Graduates Told to “Dream Big”

There was nary an open seat in the St. Boniface Gymnasium Sunday afternoon as the 42nd graduating class of Pope John XXIII Central Catholic...

Vetch Days Schedule Finalized

With the annual Vetch Days celebration little more than a month away, the Elgin Chamber of Commerce / Community Club has begun to finalize...

Supervisors Scheduled Special Meeting To Settle Lawsuit With Former Deputies

A lawsuit filed by two former deputies in the Antelope County Sheriff's Department appears to have reached a climax. It was learned last week that...

Postal Service Mailing Prices To Change May 11

On May 11, the price for a 1-ounce First-Class Mail stamp will increase from 42 to 44 cents. Elgin Postmaster, Sandy Kerkman, reminds customers...

Prom Royalty

Saturday night was a night to remember for students at Pope John Central Catholic High School as juniors and seniors participated in Prom 2009....

City Council Approves Summer Armor Coating, Pool Projects

City Hall Improvements Proposed With Spring at hand and summer not that far off, the Elgin City Council Monday night turned their attention to work...

UENRD Says Moratorium Remains on Existing Irrigated Acres and New Well Development

The Lower Platte River Fully Appropriated Designation which includes the Elkhorn and Loup basins was reversed on April 8, 2009.  However, due to the passage...