The Central Nebraska Humane Society clarified its actions taken during the recent flooding in Wood River at the Hall County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday.
WOOD RIVER — Wood River’s “Scott Frost: Welcome Home Tailgate” has been rescheduled for next Tuesday at Babel’s Barn.
Residents of 12 more Nebraska counties, impacted by high water and power outages due to the recent floods, may be eligible for individual assistance, including the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (D-SNAP).
LOUP CITY — A free mobile food pantry will be held Saturday in Loup City on Saturday.
CENTRAL CITY — Chapman native Darrell Widman was honorably discharged from the Navy in February 1969.
Hope Harbor is “a shelter from the storm,” but recently proved it can help after the storm.
WOOD RIVER — The 34 people who were evacuated from a Wood River nursing home during last month’s flood never moved back.
A Wood River man was arrested early Saturday by the Nebraska State Patrol on Old Highway 30 near Webb Road for possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
ORD — The University of Nebraska Medical Center Simulation in Motion-Nebraska program (SIM-NE) recognized its 5000th trainee at the Valley County Health System in Ord on March 21.
CHAPMAN — Chapman School students will showcase their creativity, problem-solving and teamwork skills at a state competition this weekend.
AURORA — A long-running fundraiser that has raised millions of dollars is taking place once again in Aurora.
The flooding and blizzard that hit Nebraska last month impacted thousands of families across the state, including students at 1-R School in rural Hall County.
WOOD RIVER — When the floodwaters were at their highest in mid-March, the Wood River Fire and Rescue Department building was staffed throughout the night.