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The gallant, heroic and selfless act of Robert Klase was remembered as the Lyons VFW Post 7998, which bears the honoree’s name, celebrated its 75th anniversary on Sat., August 28th at the Lyons … more
Twenty years ago, the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, awoke a sense of patriotism and appreciation for the men and women who sought to keep another attack from happening on American soil.  … more
Over 12,000 volunteers serve Nebraska 4-H youth statewide in a variety of roles. At the 2021 Nebraska State Fair, 13 volunteers were recognized for their continued dedication to making the best … more
This was the first year that Burt County Emergency Management invited all of Burt County’s emergency responders to a weekend long workshop. “We do this annually because it helps with new … more
It was a perfect summer day on Sunday for Harold Lindstrom to provide a showing of his collection of antique farm equipment and a variety of other things to bring back memories of years past. Last … more
The new Oakland-Craig gym floor saw its first action as the Lady Knights hosted Cedar Bluffs in volleyball action on Monday.  Fans were able to get their first look at the newly finished floor … more
Faced with the dilemma of operating with just one well, the City of Oakland has worked with Logan East Rural Water to provide temporary relief should the last remaining well cease to provide fresh … more
Last spring the Bancroft-Rosalie-Lyons-Decatur (BRLD) co-op dissolved for the junior high sports teams. High school sports remain together. This created a need with the junior high. Without the … more
Dedicated?  Determined?  Maybe “passionate about her work” would be the best way to describe Arla Ogden as she spent the last 43 years caring for children in Oakland.  One … more
Mia Linder, daughter of Chad and Elizabeth Linder of Oakland, took to the Midland University stage in the All-State Musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, having auditioned for a part … more
Shannon Dmoski lived in many different states and bigger cities before moving back to Nebraska with her family to become Lyons-Decatur Northeast’s (LDNE) new art teacher. Dmoski spent most … more
In many ways the Main Street is the economic life blood of any small town. So when a new business opens its doors, it is important to take notice. Mitch Smith of Lyons, has opened his new shop … more
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