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The bells will still ring at Tri County Public Schools, but the schedule will be a little different. In the past, TCPS has scheduled two-hour late starts on some Wednesday mornings, Dr. Tiffanie … more
Another July is here which means another Saline County Fair is set to get started on Sunday, July 16, with entries and wrap-up on Monday, July 24, with trap shoots and cleanup. Entries for the … more
Madisyn Reichert of Wilber is among 148 Husker undergraduates who have been awarded stipends by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to participate in research with a faculty mentor this summer. … more
Gold Star Martial Arts in Crete, Seward and Lincoln has been helping kids learn martial arts while also helping them build confidence, character and focus, and an instructor and student are up for … more
Wilber’s Sokol Hall recently underwent some much needed upgrades. Leon Slama, president of the Sokol Hall organization in Wilber, said new furnaces and air conditioning units have been put … more
A large crowd filled the Wilber American Legion building June 17 for a community barbeque and “Dueling Piano” show. Shanon Meyer, program manager for Wilber, said she was pleased … more
Saline County Aging Services is offering a Meals on Wheels program to residents in both Crete and Wilber, with the Crete program starting in June after support from Crete Mayor Dave Bauer. As we … more
Saline County Aging Services is offering a Meals on Wheels program to residents in both Crete and Wilber, with the Crete program starting in June after support from Crete Mayor Dave Bauer. As we … more
The 41st annual Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska will stop in Wilber on Thursday, June 8, as more than 300 riders make their way through a 372-mile trek across the southern half of the state. Riders … more
Humanities Nebraska speaker Dr. Bruce Garver of Omaha presented “Czech-Americans in Nebraska” at the Crete Public Library Community Room on May 7.   About 80 people attended the … more
The Saline and Seward County USDA Farm Service Agency offices are highlighting available assistance programs to help farmers and livestock producers address the ongoing drought. Producers being … more
The Wilber Lions International Club donated $750 to the Dvoracek Library’s summer reading program on May 17. Library director Holly Baber, assistant Nancy Fulton and board members Tonja … more
After starting the business in 1945 and having times when it wasn’t open very often, the Fox Hole Tavern in Wilber continues to be a staple in the community. The tavern opened when two war … more
The Wilber 150th Committee has commissioned Wilber-Clatonia’s eighth graders, along with help from their social studies teacher James Bates, the task of creating a time capsule. In 50 … more
Wilber-Clatonia fourth graders partnered with community members to celebrate Arbor Day on April 28. Although soggy weather impacted the original plan for the program a special tree planting … more
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