COVID-19 has upended just about every aspect of American life, and small businesses and their employees have been hit hard.
By Senator Deb Fischer
In a state that is just “opening up” again with a wary eye on a second wave of pandemic and a new awareness of inequities in the justice system as pointed out by the Black Lives Matter movement, is
By J.l. Schmidt Statehouse Correspondent
Auburn resident Marvin Behrends will be 100 years old on July 17, 2020.
By Darrell Wellman
10 UNDER CITY REC softball player Isabelle Bishop gets on base with this hit (photo above) Wednesday evening, June 24th.
The American Senior Benefits Juniors American Legion team dropped its opening games of July. The team has a 3-5 record following the holiday weekend.
After posting 3 victories, 2 of which via shutout, the First National Bank Auburn Senior Legion team is 8-1 after the holiday weekend.
Joseph L. Hermsmeier, 75, of Auburn, Nebraska, passed away on June 18, 2020 in Auburn. Joe was born in Beatrice to Loyd and Elsie (Sipek) Hermsmeier on May 18th, 1945.
Julie Mayer, 78, of Coupeville, Washington, passed away Sunday, June 21, 2020 at Regency on Whidbey, in Oak Harbor, Washington.
LaVerna Gerdes was born December 26, 1923 in Brock, Nebraska to Edmund and Lydia Barner. Her early years were spent living on a farm near Talmage.
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