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 By LuAnn Schindler    School    April 15, 2021 

Kerkman will represent Clearwater Legion at Cornhusker Girls State

Emma Kerkman, a Summerland-Clearwater junior, will represent Clearwater American Legion Post 267 Auxiliary at the 2021 session of Cornhusker Girls State. She is the daughter of Kelly and Amy Kerkman....

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

Orchard alumni association announces reunion information

The Orchard High School Alumni Association is making plans for the annual banquet. The 2021 all-school reunion will be held Saturday, May 29. An open house, for anyone wishing to take a final tour of the building, will run from 3 to 5 p.m. Class...

 
 News    April 15, 2021 

Single-dose vaccine clinics temporarily halted

The Department of Health and Human Services has communicated to local health departments, health care providers and pharmacies across the state to pause administering the Johnson and Johnson (Janssen) vaccine, following Centers for Disease Control...

 

Proceedings Antelope County Board of

PROCEEDINGS - ANTELOPE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Neligh, Nebraska April 6, 2021 Chairman opened meeting. Notice of meeting published as required by statute. Approved Agenda. Approved minutes of the March 9, 2021 BOC Meeting. Correspondence was...

 
 By LuAnn Schindler    School    April 15, 2021 

Testing dates bumped back due to COVID cases

Summerland - Ewing announced Tuesday evening that school officials had been made aware of three positive COVID cases in the elementary building. According to a text message sent via the school’s...

 
 By LuAnn Schindler    News    April 8, 2021

Holt County Supervisors adopt resolutions

Holt County Supervisors faced a light agenda, approving two resolutions, during the board’s March 31 meeting in O’Neill. Resolution 2021-10 approves the formation of a COVID American Rescue Plan...

 

Notice of Meeting Summerland School Board of Education

NOTICE OF MEETING SUMMERLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Summerland Public School Board of Education will hold a regular meeting Tuesday, April 12, at 6 p.m., at the Clearwater site. An agenda for the regular...

 

Vaccine clinics announced

North Central District Health Department will host Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinics in the area this week. Residents may sign up for the vaccine at the following clinics by visiting www.ncdhd.ne.gov and clicking the yellow button on the home page....

 

Quizlets bring home hardware from conference contest

In a battle of wits ... and a little trivia ... Summerland - Clearwater and St. Mary's quiz bowl teams fought through two finals to determine a winner of the Niobrara Valley Conference quiz bowl. The...

 

B117 COVID-19 variant confirmed in health district

North Central District Health Department has received confirmation that the B117 COVID-19 variant is present in Holt County. Confirmation was received late Friday, April 2. The variant is present in...

 

Vaccine clinic locations announced

North Central District Health Department is now offering COVID-19 vaccine to anyone 18 and older. To schedule an appointment, individuals should go to vaccinate.ne.gov to register. Registrants will re...

 

Nordby, Nilson earn bronze medals at state speech contest

A poignant story about two brothers - Aaron and Frankie - and the fine line between reality and fantasy, landed Summerland speech team members Kyra Nilson and Emily Nordby on the medal stand at...

 

Hilgers gives nod to two Briese bills

The work of the Legislature is now about getting bills to the floor for debate by the entire body. And that generally means a priority designation. Priority bills, one per senator, two per committee a...

 
 By Mark Mahoney    Opinion    March 25, 2021

Remarks from Mark

I’ve got a spring in my step because the time of year has arrived for college basketball’s big dance. There was plenty of March mayhem during the early rounds of the 2021 NCAA Division I men’s...

 

Proceedings Summerland Public School Board of Education

PROCEEDINGS SUMMERLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION March 16, 2021 Summerland Public School Board of Education held a regular meeting, Tuesday, March 16, at the Summerland - Orchard site. President Ed Nordby called the meeting, which was...

 

Vaccination clinics include shots for 18 and over

North Central District Health Department will vaccinate residents 18 years of age and older for COVID-19. Any district residents born in 2003 or prior, who resides in Antelope, Boyd, Brown, Cherry, Holt, Keya Paha, Knox, Rock or Pierce counties, is...

 

Hospital announces plans for remodeling project

"We're currently in the process of finalizing the blueprints for remodeling our patient rooms and nursing floor ˗ originally built in the 1970s," said Diane Carlin, Antelope Memorial Hospital chief e...

 

Perennials live to grow another year

Madelyn Meier Nebraska News Service With the 20 below-freezing temperatures that swept Nebraska this winter, most gardeners had a concern: if previously planted perennials would grow this year. For plant lovers and gardeners alike, the snow layers...

 

Reward local journalism: Support the Journalism Competition & Preservation Act

DAVID CHAVERN President & CEO News Media Alliance Over the past year, local journalism has been more important – and more needed – than ever. From the COVID- 19 pandemic to the reignited...

 

Full-day floor debate underway at statehouse

The legislature has wrapped up most committee hearings, and began half-day floor debate this week. Full-day floor debate will begin next week. In the meantime, committees are voting on which bills...

 

Notice of Meeting Summerland Public School Board of Education

NOTICE OF MEETING SUMMERLAND PUBLIC SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION March 16, 2021 Summerland - Orchard site NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Summerland Public School Board of Education will hold a regular meeting Tuesday, March 16, at 6 p.m., at the Orchar...

 
 By LuAnn Schindler    News    March 4, 2021

Team Jack co-founder dies after battle with cancer

Andy Hoffman, of Atkinson, co-founder of the Team Jack Foundation for pediatric brain cancer research, lost his own battle with brain cancer Monday. He was 42. Team Jack Foundation released a...

 

Applications accepted for Nebraska youth ag institute

It’s application time for one of the biggest youth agriculture outreach events in the state—the Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute. This year, NAYI is celebrating 50 years of bringing together high school students to learn more about Nebraska...

 

COVID-19 variant reported by NCDHD

North Central District Health Department reported Friday afternoon that the COVID-19 California variant (B.1.429) has been identified in the district. While the California variant is believed to...

 

COVID care goals continue at Antelope Memorial Hospital

"We truly supported each other throughout the height of COVID-19 challenges here at Antelope Memorial Hospital," said Marvi Pruden, RN and nursing supervisor. "Everyone was wonderful about coming in...

 

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