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Wilber is turning back the hands of time on Saturday, Dec. 23 for the last hurrah of its 150th anniversary celebrations. Hotel Wilber will host a holiday shopping event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. that … more
A one-of-a-kind quilt celebrating Wilber’s 150th anniversary is making its rounds at local businesses, and residents have a chance to win it at an upcoming raffle. The 80-inch by 91.5-inch … more
Thanks to the generosity of a Wilber couple, 15 Christmas trees featuring ornaments   from the Victorian period in the 1800s all the way up to the 2000s are currently on display at the Saline … more
Wilber’s Garden Club, which turned 96 years old in 2023, is showcasing holiday items its members have collected over the years at its annual holiday event. The ‘Holiday Decor … more
Jorge Vazquez is nearing the end of a two-year commitment to the Nebraska Schools Activities Association. Vazquez, a senior at Wilber-Clatonia, is one of 20 members of the NSAA’s student … more
The first veteran to be recognized for Saline County’s 2023 Veteran of the Month is Marine Sgt. First Class Emil Odvody, Jr., of Wilber. He was recognized by the Saline County Board of … more
Wilber-Clatonia is seeking a new superintendent for the 2024-2025 school year. Current superintendent Ray Collins announced his retirement earlier this year. On Nov. 9, the WC board of … more
After months of silence, Milligan 1 Wind, LLC appeared in Saline County District Court on Nov. 1 asking judge David Bargen for a decision in its lawsuit against Saline County for actions taken by the … more
Matthew Hoffman appeared in Saline County District Court on Nov. 1 for a pre-trial conference to advise on the status of the case. Jonathan Bratten, attorney for Hoffman, requested a procedural … more
Matthew T. Hoffman of Dorchester is scheduled to appear in Saline County District Court on Nov. 1 for a preliminary hearing before Judge David Bargen. Hoffman is charged with theft by unlawful taking … more
A group of Wilber-Clatonia students will have a new experience in November. Three will participate in all-state music for the first time, and one is back for his second time. Caleb Panning, … more
Last year, Andrea Hartman of Wilber saw a package of freeze dried candy at Scheels and decided to take a chance and bring some home. Now, she and her husband, Corey, own their own freeze dried … more
Vicky Ebeler opened her business, Victoria’s Garden and Formalwear, in Wilber on Sept. 1, 1992. On Oct. 30, the store will have its last day of regular business hours as Ebeler … more
Throw it in the hole! The railroad jargon for “apply the emergency brakes” accurately describes the resolution passed by the Saline County Board of Commissioners on Oct. 3 when they … more
Lifelong Wilber resident Doris Koll’s first book, “Early Days of Wilber Businesses,” has been flying off the shelves during its first month on sale at the City of Wilber office. … more
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