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For the fifth year, the Shamrock Shuffle 5K will be returning to Wilber on March 18. The fundraising event benefits the host Saline County Aging Services. Registration is now open and those that … more
Several area schools came to Tri County on Feb. 1 for State FFA Degree interviews and Supervised Agricultural Experience proficiency reviews. The State FFA Degree is the one of the highest honors … more
Saline County Extension hired a new 4-H assistant who has a diverse background in 4-H and had many great experiences in the program. Maddie Werner, originally from Syracuse, Nebraska, grew up on … more
The Tri County High county speech team placed third as a team out of 11 at the Pioneer Conference Speech Meet, with 15 medalists. McKenzie Smith was the Pioneer Conference champion in Persuasive … more
Wilber-Clatonia Public School hosted an interactive learning experience for parents to expand knowledge of technology and social media on Jan. 17 to equip parents with the confidence to have crucial … more
Zaiyahn Ornelas likes to wrestle. He’s good at it, too. The 106-pound freshman at Wilber-Clatonia is currently 36-0 with the district tournament looming this weekend. … more
Wilber-Clatonia High School's speech team had six medalists at the Fairbury Speech Invite on Jan. 7. Results included: Lena Eschiti – third place in Novice Persuasive; Sarina Lavilay … more
The Saline County chapter of Nebraska Pheasants Forever will hold its 28th annual banquet this Saturday, Jan. 28, at Wilber’s Sokol Hall. Banquet chairman Branch DeVries said the doors open … more
It's Round-Up time for 2023-24 kindergarteners at Wilber-Clatonia Elementary School. If there are any children in the Wilber-Clatonia School District who will be 5 years of age by July 31, 2023, … more
The City of Wilber will celebrate its 150th anniversary this year. In preparation for the events that will be hosted throughout the year, the planning committee conducted a contest to create an … more
Saline County residents are encouraged to dispute internet speeds at their homes in order to bring more funding to Nebraska to close the broadband service gap. The deadline to submit a challenge … more
A junior at Tri County has been serving as the Nebraska Future Business Leaders of America state president since April and says she has learned a lot from the experience. Payton Smidt said she … more
As the 2022 president of the Wilber Chamber of Commerce, I would like to report we have been busy and I have enjoyed my first year as president. From monthly meetings to supporting all the … more
Steve Ourecky was chosen as the 26th recipient of the prestigious Zajicek Community Builder Award on Dec. 4. The Zajicek Community Builder Award was established in 1996 and presented to Glenn … more
Judy Vrbka’s annual Christmas Recital was Dec. 11, at the Wilber Cultural Center. Fourteen piano students and one guitar student, Carter Schachenmeyer, performed. Each student played two … more
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