Thursday, August 30, 2018
WAHOO – Area farmer’s markets are reporting another successful year, but they are winding down.
WAHOO – There was plenty of rummaging going on last week at the Saunders County Fairgrounds in Wahoo.
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
YUTAN – The City of Yutan kicked off its visioning and community assessment process Monday evening.
WAHOO – The fifth-ranked Bishop Neumann Cavaliers overcame 11 penalties and four turnovers in a season-opening 33-7 win over the Boys Town Cowboys.
COLON – A major refurbishing project at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Colon has re-directed all activities at the church over to the parish hall.
FREMONT – A resident within the Three Rivers Public Health Department jurisdiction has died from complications related to West Nile Virus.
Friday, August 24, 2018
WAHOO – Downtown Wahoo will be host to the second Wahoo Barstool Open, starting at noon on Sunday, Sept. 2.
RAYMOND – Wine lovers in Nebraska can rest easy, knowing grape growers were back in the fields harvesting last week.
Thursday, August 23, 2018
RAYMOND – Raymond Central Public Schools recently added some breathing room.
WAHOO – Saunders Medical Center staff, Board of Trustees and a few other interested people gathered last week for the next step in the facility’s strategic plan process.
WAHOO – Two days of music and fun are being billed this weekend at Starlite Ballroom.
WAHOO – The re-construction of Chestnut Street in Wahoo is moving along.
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
WAHOO – The township form of government in Saunders County is going to stay.
LINCOLN – The fifth-ranked Wahoo Warrior softball team has the 2018 season off to a great start.
YUTAN – The operation of UTVs, ATVs and golf carts drove onto the Yutan City Council agenda Tuesday evening.
Monday, August 20, 2018
WAHOO – Starting Aug. 20, Dr. Nicole Akers will be joining the team at Saunders Medical Center.
MORSE BLUFF – Those waiting in line recently for the annual Morse Bluff American Legion chicken dinner had a little something extra to look at this year.
Friday, August 17, 2018
CEDAR BLUFFS – Last Friday, area soybean growers got a chance to learn more about crop management.
WAHOO – East Butler Public School students returned to classes on Monday, but the pre-schoolers are getting an extra week of summer break.
WAHOO – The Lower Platte North Natural Resources District gave the nod Monday evening to a new fiscal year budget.
WAHOO – Some students, as well as a few teachers, stuck around at St. Wenceslaus Grade School in Wahoo this summer.
Thursday, August 16, 2018
CEDAR BLUFFS – For six decades, a quiet spot among the Platte River bluffs in northeastern Saunders County has been the home to a busy camp.
CEDAR BLUFFS – The purchase of new football helmets has been approved by the Cedar Bluffs Board of Education.
CEDAR BLUFFS – Calvin Crest Camp Conference and Retreat Center is throwing itself a party.
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
WAHOO – Tuesday morning at the Saunders County Board of Supervisors meeting, Ken Hanke of Wahoo was recognized as the Veteran of the Month.
WAHOO – The individual department requests have been compiled and the county’s next fiscal year budget is under review.
YUTAN – The 2017 high school football season was a memorable one for head coach Dan Krajicek and the Yutan Chieftain football team.
WAHOO – Lake Wanahoo will be under new management next year.
YUTAN – After much debate, Yutan High School’s golf program will continue.
WAHOO – The City of Wahoo took the final step last week to make its law governing the operation of ATVs and UTVs within city limits in compliance with state statute.
Monday, August 13, 2018
CEDAR BLUFFS – More renovations are being planned at Cedar Bluffs Public Schools, with the plans for the elementary school to provide up-to-date safety measures and classrooms for the students and faculty.
SWEDEBURG – Last month, Swedeburg Covenant Church members finished the construction of a “Little Library.”
WAHOO – The Saunders County Museum in Wahoo will host its car and tractor show Sunday, Aug, 19.
Friday, August 10, 2018
CEDAR BLUFFS – Scott Jarman didn’t come home empty handed from this year’s Nebraska Auctioneers Association State Championships.
PRAGUE – The town of Prague will be hosting its annual Beer Barrel Days this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Thursday, August 09, 2018
WAHOO – East Butler pre-schoolers will get an extra week of summer vacation.
WAHOO – Area schools are ready to welcome students back for another year of learning.
WAHOO – A snapshot of economic and demographic trends were presented last week to the Greater Wahoo Development Foundation.
CEDAR BLUFFS – The village park in Cedar Bluffs is historically quiet this time of year, as baseball and softball seasons have concluded and football is yet to start.
Wednesday, August 08, 2018
WAHOO – The majority of township officials who attended the Saunders County Supervisors’ meeting Tuesday morning said they wanted to keep the township form of governance.
WAHOO – A new symbol of patriotism now graces the lawn of the Veterans Memorial Building in Wahoo.
WAHOO – Veteran Coach Chad Fox has coached some really good players in his 16 years at Wahoo High School.
MORSE BLUFF – Chicken will again be the star of the meal served up in Morse Bluff on Sunday.
Friday, August 03, 2018
WAHOO – The list of recyclable items at Region V Services in Wahoo will soon be changing.
WAHOO – It has been confirmed that a corn damaging disease known as Southern Rust has been sighted in eastern Nebraska counties, including Saunders.
WAHOO – The Saunders Medical Center Auxiliary and Wahoo Senior Center are hoping to start a new tradition in Wahoo, and the effort is already off to a great start.
Thursday, August 02, 2018
CEDAR BLUFFS – Emergency personnel were called out this morning to two separate farm-related accidents.
WAHOO – Good weather. Good crowds. Good fair.
Wednesday, August 01, 2018
WAHOO – This week, the Nebraska Supreme Court is getting a look at some courtrooms in the state.
WAHOO – After Wahoo Public Schools’ students get settled into the classroom next month, school officials will put together a plan for district patron education.