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  • Community cleanup set in Orchard

    LuAnn Schindler, Publisher|Jul 3, 2024

    Orchard trustees agreed to sponsor a community cleanup event when they met in regular session on June 10. According to village clerk Brenda Harrison, dumpsters are expected to arrive July 15. Additional information will be announced on the village's Facebook page. Trustees also approved hiring AMGL CPA, of Grand Island, to complete the yearly audit. The board requeted bids since Herley & Reinke CPA, of Norfolk, no longer conducts municipality audits. Harrison said three companies were...

  • Orchard trustees modify painting agreement

    LuAnn Schindler, Publisher|May 22, 2024

    Orchard village trustees approved modifying a decision regarding painting at the community center when they met in regular session, May 14. At a May 2 special meeting, trustees approved a quote from Timmerman’s Painting, of O’Neill, in the amount of $7,061, for painting the gym, bathrooms, lobby, vestibule and heating, ventilation and air conditioning duct work at the community center. Following discussion on May 14, Tyson Schutt made a motion to modify the original motion to purchase paint fro...

  • Orchard garbage rates see 12% price hike

    LuAnn Schindler, Publisher|Feb 21, 2024

    Orchard residents will see an increase in garbage disposal rates when the next utility bill hits their mailboxes. Village clerk Brenda Harrison said trustees approved Resolution No. 1-15-2024, which raised garbage costs during its Jan. 15 meeting. The new rate, an increase of 12%, went into effect Feb. 1. Regular residential garbage service will run $25.66 per month. Small businesses will now pay $32.03 monthly. An additional trash container will run $9.11 per month. Harrison said dumpster...

  • APPROVED CLAIMS SUMMERLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    Feb 21, 2024

    APPROVED CLAIMS SUMMERLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS Moody Motors, 2023 Ford transit van, 65,800.00; Amazon Capital Services, Inc., sup/rep, 530.69; Auto Glass Solutions, rep, 397.60; Black Hills Energy, nat gas, 467.46; Blain Pumping & Plumbing, septic pumping, 840.00; Bomgaars, sup, 113.70; Bud’s Sanitary services, LLC, Jan-Feb trash, 2,220.00; Capital One Bk(USA),NA, sup/wkshps/postage, 2,223.25; Clearwater Market, sup, 257.66; ColdType Publishing, print/adv, 443.00; Culligan of Norfolk, sup, 508.00; Cummins Sales and Service, contract service, 1...

  • Orchard under boil water notice

    Erin Schwager, Journalist|May 19, 2022

    A boil water advisory has been in effect for the village of Orchard since Sunday, May 15, due to a loss of pressure in the water distribution system, according to village officials. A drop in water pressure can be caused by to several things, including power outages and leaks in pipes, according to Nebraska's Public Health Environmental Lab. While the cause has not been determined in Orchard, a loss of pressure, which led to power outages, following Thursday's storm, may be a culprit. Due to a...