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Break in and theft at City Limits under investigation

An employee at City Limits in Elgin arrived at work Saturday morning to find an unwelcome sight. A person or persons used a concrete block...

EPS summer office hours announced

Summer hours at the Elgin Public School office have been announced. They will be 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Thursday. The office will be closed on Fridays.

New AMH CT scanner arrives

Recently, patients of Antelope Memorial Hospital began benefiting from the latest computed tomography (CT) diagnostic technology. The hospital’s new 64-slice CT scanner arrived last week...

Local farmer makes anonymous donation to support PJCC’s fine arts program

An anonymous Antelope County farmer has won the opportunity to direct a $2,500 dollar donation from the America’s Farmers Grow Communities program, sponsored by the...

Elgin UMC to host event Sunday in celebration of Nebraska’s sesquicentennial

Dr. Sara Brandes Crook, professor of Political Science and History at Peru State College will be sharing a Humanities Nebraska program entitled:  “Nebraska’s Winding...

PJCC paper drive is Saturday

The Pope John students will hold a paper drive on Saturday, May 20, 2017. Those in the Isidore and Gonzaga Houses are in charge of...

Summer reading program again offered at Elgin Public Library

School will soon be out, and it will be time for the Elgin Public Library’s Summer Reading Program. The theme this year is “Build a...

Kerkman awarded stipend for UNL research project

Regan Kerkman of Elgin is among 88 undergraduates who have been awarded stipends by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to participate in research with a...

Fund set up to aid Schmitt family after fire

A fund has been set up to aid former Elgin resident Michael Schmitt and his family after they lost everything they had in a...

Elgin FFA celebrates past, present & future at annual banquet

Elgin FFA’s past, present and future came together Friday night as a banquet celebrating the golden anniversary of FFA was held. Current FFA members were...

Dysart Family to perform Sunday at Elgin UMC

The Elgin United Methodist Church is pleased to announce that The Dysart Family will be sharing their musical talents at the regular 10 a.m....

Registration underway for St. Boniface Alumni Banquet

The 74th and final St. Boniface High School Alumni Banquet date has been announced. The event will be held Saturday, June 24, at the KC...

Newspaper Earns 11 Awards From NPA “Better Newspaper Contest”

If you’re going to do something, do it right! The Elgin Review and other newspapers from across the state were recognized for excellence at the...

Drug Take Back To Be April 29

Antelope County will once again take back expired and unwanted prescription drugs. On Saturday, April 29, the Antelope County Law Enforcement Center, in cooperation with...

EHS Prom Is Saturday

The Knights of Columbus Hall will be the site of the Elgin High School Junior-Senior Prom this Saturday, April 22. “A Night Under The Stars”...

Council Approves Pool “Mushroom”

Children going swimming this summer in Elgin’s new pool will be able to enjoy a new water feature approved by the Elgin City Council...

PJCC Prom Grand March Is Saturday Night At 7:15 p.m.

Evening gowns and tuxedos will be on display Saturday night as the Pope Junior Junior/Senior Prom will be held. The theme for this year’s prom...

Hupp Takes Second At State Speech Meet

KEARNEY — Three PJCC students competed in four events at the NSAA Class D-2 State Speech Championships held Friday at the University of Nebraska-Kearney. Senior...

“Annie” Musical To Be Performed This Weekend

Practices are nearly completed and the time has come to take the stage. The annual Pope John XXIII High Musical will be performed Friday and...

Elgin Trio To Attend Boys State

The Elgin American Legion Post #229 announced the names of three high school students chosen to join nearly 400 other juniors from across Nebraska...