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Christmas Wreaths Needed for Display

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The Marysville Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a display of Christmas Wreaths at A “Merry”sville Christmas on Thanksgiving weekend. “In order to make this display we need to borrow your wreaths,” said Brenda Staggenborg, Chamber of Commerce Secretary.  “We would like to display old wreaths, new ones, simple ones and fancy ones.  Whatever you have, we would like to display ... Read More »

Remembering the Fallen Display in Fairbury

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The display — Remembering Our Fallen — is on display at the First National Bank North Branch, 1411 K St., during business hours through Dec. 30. Remembering Our Fallen serves as a reminder of the 117 men and women from Nebraska and western Iowa who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their country. While viewing the display visitors may view an ... Read More »

Original Copy of the Declaration of Independence in Abilene

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An original copy of the Declaration of Independence went on display Tuesday at an Abilene museum as part of a national tour organized by television producer Norman Lear. It will be on display Wednesday at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum as well, and then move on to other sites. Lear’s copy is one of 200 printed on ... Read More »

Remember Our Fallen Display Coming to Gage County

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‘Remember Our Fallen’ a photo exhibit to honor of Midwest soldiers who have lost their lives since Sept. 11, 2001 will be displayed at the Homestead National Monument. Bill and Evonne Williams created the exhibit which features photos of 98 fallen soldiers from Nebraska and West Iowa.  Bill Williams said every Nebraska soldier represented in the display died while serving ... Read More »

Moving Wall to be in Seneca

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The Moving Wall—a traveling replica of the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.– will be in Seneca Thursday ( July 29th) through Monday, August 2nd. The display will be available for viewing twenty-four hours a day in the City Park at 11th and Pioneer Streets and is free to the public. A prayer serve and taps will be conducted ... Read More »