Members of a citizens’ group, Landowners for a Common Purpose, urged the board of the Upper Republican Natural Resources District (URNRD) to sell the 19,000 acres owned by NCORPE in Lincoln County
“It’s a long time to live with one person,” said Wilma Egle regarding her husband of 75 years.
The band “Lighthouse 3113” from Holyoke, Colo. performed classic country hits and songs from the 50s and 60s during the SW Nebraska Crafters & Entrepreneurs Christmas Festival. From left, Dave Landes, Lyle Worley, Marianne Landes and Mark Meusborn, all from Holyoke. (Johnson Publications photo)
Carol Fleshman, right, from Holyoke, Colo., calls her business “Carol’s Cluttered Closet.” She makes dog beds and dog coats. Mercedes Hauxwell from Imperial, middle, and daughter Faith try to decide on which dog bed they like best. (Johnson Publications photo)
Amanda Schmidt, left, smiles in front of her display of handmade bar soap and bath products made with milk from her own 50 goats. She calls her business “VRBKA KOZA.” Her cousin, Samie Johnson, right, and daughter, Alex Johnson, were there to help however needed. All three are from Grant. (Johnson Publications photo)
The Imperial city gym parking lot was a sea of cars on Saturday.
From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., the SW Nebraska Crafters & Entrepreneurs held their Christmas Festival.
Samuel Haarberg of Imperial was honored to be selected as an escort for the AKSARBEN Coronation & Scholarship Ball. The event was held at Baxter Arena in Omaha on Oct. 28.
From their “Recipe for Freedom,” these young ladies produced an American flag for the K-4 program Friday. (Johnson Publications photo)
Music Director Jodie Liess directs the second grade class as they sang “In Service of our Country.” (Johnson Publications photo)
Eric Gonzalez told students at a pair of Veterans Day programs on Friday that some of the things they can do everyday are heroic.