FOOD BANK IN UNADILLA WEDNESDAY FROM 10 - 11 a.m.
At the corner by the Park
The temperature topped out at 49 degrees at the Western Wilhelm Outpost on Sunday, January 1...you won't hear any complaints here!
Our condolences to Betty (Block) Burke, on the loss of her husband Michael.
NOTICE OF REGULAR MEETING
JANUARY 11, 2023
UNADILLA VILLAGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Chairman and Board of Trustees of the Village of Unadilla, Nebraska, will meet in a publicly convened session on Wednesday, January 11, 2023, at 7:30 p.m. at the Village Library, 770 G Street, Unadilla, Nebraska. The agenda of subjects to be considered at said meeting is kept continuously current and available for public inspection at the Village Office.
1: Appoint Village Clerk Tiffany Portenier
2: Oath of Office for the Village Clerk
Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda shall not be enlarged later than twenty-four hours before the scheduled commencement of the meeting. Any persons needing special accommodations should contact the Village Office at least five days prior to the meeting date.
Corinne K. Zahn, Village Clerk
I certify that the above notice of meeting was posted by me in the three following public places within the Village: Countryside Bank, Post Office, and Community Center message board on 1-02-2023, posted on www.UnadillaNebraska.com on 01-04-2023, and not published in the Syracuse Journal-Democrat.
Corinne K. Zahn, Village Clerk
Get well wishes to all those who've been sick or in the hospital. We know Covid is on the rise in this end of the county. Take precautions everyone and be well!
Jeff Barnes will once again be our speaker on Groundhog Day's celebration. "The wild and wooly first years of the Nebraska Territory is the subject of Nebraska historian Jeff Barnes's presentation of "The (Mad) Queen of the Prairies: Frenzied First Years of the Nebraska Territory", at the Unadilla Community Center on Saturday, February 4, at 10:30 a.m. (Please feel free to share!) The talk is in conjunction with our annual Groundhog Day celebration and is sponsored by Humanities Nebraska.
Thank you to additional All Fund Drive contributors Brett & Donna Lucas and Jeff & Penny Rodgers.
PLEASE CAN’T WE ALL JUST GET ALONG
by Crime Beat Cub Reporter Bob Wilhelm
Tragedy struck Otoe County this holiday weekend as inflatables were spreading joy, hope and the message of the season. Cut down in their prime this incident was extremely deflating to all those who enjoy them. Authorities remain tight lipped about any leads but believe it may be the result of a turf war between rival groups. Tensions have risen in recent years between those who have moved from traditional to the inflatable displays. The word on the street is that investigators are looking for information on a bearded rather portly old fellow in a red suit and hat that was last seen leaving the area in a vehicle accompanied by 8 reindeer. They are calling them mammals of interest. We expect more information to become available after forensic work is completed. Initial speculation is that this senseless tragedy was caused by a drive-by unplugging. There is hope that tensions between the two groups can be worked out and that any damage can be patched up to ensure continued peace and good will to all. Anyone with information on this crime is asked to contact authorities. All providers of information will remain confidential.
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
1-4 Corinne Zahn
1-6 Jerry Friede, Samuel Hincker, Karla Kastens
1-9 Betty Vodicka
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 1-5-1923, The Otoe Union:
A Mr. Ludwig, near Unadilla, shipped a car load of "Spotted Poland China porkers that topped the Omaha market at $8.25 per hundred weight." Ed Stanley got a dray license. Henry Meyers bought the Sasseen garage & blacksmith shop. Ann (Pell) Dorman died; seven of her twelve children survived her. She was laid to rest in the Unadilla Cemetery. Kathryn Heinrich and Arthur Maller were married at Hopewell Church.
Kristen & Brian Walters
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RICH HARVEST WINERY
HUSKER VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE 2022
Lost in the first round of the Sweet 16
NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2022
8-27 NE vs Northwestern @Dublin, Ireland LOST 28 - 31
9-3 NE vs North Dakota WON 38 - 17
9-10 NE vs Georgia Southern LOST 42-45
9-17 NE vs Oklahoma LOST 14-49
10-1 NE vs Indiana WON 35-21
10-7 NE at Rutgers WON 14-13
10-15 NE at Purdue LOST 37-43
10-29 NE vs Illinois LOST 9 - 26
11-5 NE vs Minnesota LOST 13 - 20
11-12 NE at Michigan LOST 3 - 34
11-19 NE vs Wisconsin LOST 14 - 15
11-23 NE at Iowa WON 24 - 17