LINCOLN – The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), confirmed a find of emerald ash borer (EAB) in Saunders County. The Nebraska Forest Service collected an EAB larva from a tree on private land near Ashland. EAB, an invasive …
MALMO – Les Kotera, CEO and president of Security Home Bank of Malmo, and Kelly Holthus, chairman of Cornerstone Bank in York, have announced an agreement has been reached for Cornerstone Bank to purchase the Security Home Bank of Malmo and the Malmo Insurance Agency.
FREMONT – Members of local boards of education and Educational Service Unit 2 were recognized by the Nebraska Association of School Boards (NASB) during the Fremont area meeting on Aug. 21.
BRAINARD – The East Butler Board of Education gave the nod last week to not only its new budget, but also to the next step in a proposed construction project.
MEAD – Members of the Mead School Board unanimously adopted the 2019-2020 budget and levy resolution at the monthly school board held inside the Mead High School Library.
WAHOO – The seventh-ranked Bishop Neumann Cavaliers opened the home portion of their schedule with a 40-6 win over Lincoln Lutheran at Wayne Reeves Field on Sept. 6.
WAHOO – The Bishop Neumann softball team split a pair of games to open the season after playing host to Fillmore Central and Centennial at Hackberry Park on Aug. 24.
WAHOO – The North team shutout the South team, limiting them to just three base hits while winning the 17th annual Kiwanis All-Star Classic at Sam Crawford Field on Aug. 3.
WAVERLY – The Wahoo Pharmacy Blues opened play in the Class B Area 2 tournament with a tough eight inning loss at the hands of Elkhorn Training Camp on July 12 at Lawson Park in Waverly.
LINCOLN – The Nebraska School Activities Association announced the recipients of the Spring 2018-2019 Nebraska Chiropractic Physicians Association Academic All-State Awards.
FREMONT – The “dark” team got a team-high 23 points from Bishop Neumann graduate Kobey Simons on Saturday night in Fremont in the 13th annual Warrior Basketball Classic on June 1 at Midland University.
FORT CALHOUN – The Bishop Neumann boys and girls track and field teams each captured district championships at the Class B-1 District Track and Field Meet at Fort Calhoun High School on May 9.
COLUMBUS – Things were not looking good for the Bishop Neumann Cavaliers as they took to the track for the finals portion of the Centennial Conference Track and Field meet on Saturday, a windy and frigid afternoon at Pawnee Park in Columbus.
WAHOO – The seventh-ranked Wahoo/Bishop Neumann/Lincoln Lutheran baseball team improved to 9-3 on the season after winning a pair of games against Platteview and Platte Valley last week.