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Nehawka VFD soup supper



42nd Annual Quack Off
Will take place on
Saturday, January 27th, 2024 at 7am


Unadilla Groundhog Day 2024



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Union playground revamp

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Union United Inc. (non-profit community improvement group in Union, Ne) is raising money for a new playground! Our goal is to provide a safe and fun environment for the families and children in our community. This will include replacing the outdated playground equipment, rebuilding the park's landscape and providing handicap accessibility.
We are very excited to be a part of this process and we know that any donation will help make an impact. Thank you in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to our community.
Union United Inc. is a 501(C)(3) organization- all donations are tax deductible and will come with a receipt for that purpose. To learn more information about Union United Inc. visit:



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The Union American Legion Auxiliary hall is available for rental

Reasonable rates for 4-8 hours

Full kitchen, carpeted dining hall, and all utilities

Easy to locate, right on Main Street

Individuals have rented it for birthday parties,

showers, anniversaries, and funeral dinners

For more information or to reserve it call

Nancy Crook 402-263-2035

this is a landline with an answering machine

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OPPD encourages energy conservation during deep freeze 

We know the dangerously cold temperatures continue throughout our service territory and our region have an impact on you and your family, and on our electrical system. The weather came on faster and has been more prolonged than anticipated.

As of this time, our regional transmission organization, Southwest Power Pool, has not called upon member utilities in 14 states to curtail energy usage. Rather, Omaha Public Power District is proactively asking our customers to conserve energy today and for the next several days to help keep our systems and your homes and businesses safe and energized. Our teams continue to work around the clock for you.

Taking these three easy steps not only benefits our customers, but our neighbors, during the ongoing deep chill:

  1. Lower your thermostat by two to four degrees below your normal temperature.
  2. Avoid using appliances like your washer or dryer or dishwasher, especially during the peak usage times of 7 to 9 a.m. and 4 to 7 p.m.
  3. Prepare for the potential of power outages related to weather or other causes over the next several days by ensuring you have supplies like flashlights, warm clothes and blankets handy. Charge electronic devices such as laptops and cell phones.

Be sure to report unplanned outages via our OPPDConnect appat, or by calling 1-800-554-OPPD (6773), so that we are aware and can respond as quickly as safely possible.

For more energy conservation information, including guidance on reducing energy for each room in your home, to an energy usage calculator, and other tips, visit, you will also find a video library to walk you through ways to make your home more energy efficient, step by step.

We will continue to keep you updated on weather and outage information as conditions may warrant via StormAndOutage.comOPPD’s Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as Nextdoor. 


country line dancing

Country Line Dancing - Jan 10, 17, 24

For country couples and singles
Line dance class at VFW Post 2543, Plattsmouth, NE
Class is from 7-8pm with open dancing starting at 8pm
Only $5 to participate


Looking Forward to Spring?

seed swap 2023

Seed Swap with Plattsmouth Garden Club

At Plattsmouth Library

Saturday, January 27 10am-1pm

Bring your flower and vegetable seeds to swap! Or come to learn more about growing from seed and then obtain more seeds from the Plattsmouth Garden Club! We will have free seeds and experienced gardeners to give you advice on how to plant seeds and caring for the plants.


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 River Bank spring is coming




TEAM 2024 meetings


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Monday, January 22, 2024

VFW Post 2543
510 1st Ave
Plattsmouth, NE

11:30 am - 5:30 pm


Sunday, January 28, 2024

First Baptist Church
16220 Highway 75
Plattsmouth, NE 68048

10 AM - 2 PM


Wednesday, February 7, 2024

Plattsmouth High School

1916 E Hiway 34
Plattsmouth, NE 68048
8 AM - 2 PM


Monday, February 19, 2024

Town Hall
623 House St
Avoca, NE 68307

1 - 6 pmm




Come on over and take a spin on our dance floor!  This is a family-friendly venue, so bring the kids, too!

211 Main Street
Louisville, NE
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1 - 4 PM

January 7, 14, 21 & 28

On February 11th, we'll go back to our regular 2nd Sundays only for amplified jams

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Bring your instruments, bring your voices or just sit in and listen!
Let's get together and have a good time!




1-4 PM

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Email for more information:,

or call Larry, 1-402-949-0668.



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