Sunset photo by Janine Stearns-Petracek
Continued get well wishes to everyone who's been sick. We had 31 cases of Covid in one day last week, and the death tally has went up by one, for a total of 3. (Pretty sure this should be 6 or 7.)
"The Bar", in beautiful downtown Unadilla, is now for sale.
Here's your chance to be your own boss and set your own hours!
Photo credits: Bob Wilhelm
Sadly, due to present circumstances beyond our control, the Groundhog Central Committee is cancelling the King & Queen contest for 2021. If agreeable, we will renominate the same people next year, so they will have all that time to collect their "votes". Having said that, we will have honorary royalty for 2021. Anyone who can raise $5000 (or more!) can become a King or Queen for life! You may also donate on behalf of someone else. Let's keep the spirit of the Groundhog alive!
Thanks so much to Kathryn Botsford Callaway for the information sent to us for the Resource Room. We've had several interesting items donated over the past year. We're hoping to resume research in a few months. Thanks everyone for your patience!
A reminder that all minutes of meetings of the Village Board and Planning Commission can be found under the "Village Office" tab above.
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
1-20 Michelle Windhorst
1-23 Happy 50th Anniversary to Bob & Barb Brandt!
1-24 Paul Minderman
1-25 Karla West Cross, Jeremy Wilhelm
1-26 Arlan Liesemeyer
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 1-21-1921, The Otoe Union:
"Ducks were seen flying north." After 4 basketball games, Guy Dean, center, was the top scorer with 63 points. John Feys' welcomed a baby boy weighing in at 11 1/2 lbs. The editors published a very interesting letter from Arthur E. Cowel, former Unadilla resident who moved to Keota, Colorado.
NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
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Country Music Friends,
Regrettably, although in the best interest of all of our patrons and performers, due to the covid-19 pandemic, we have decided to cancel all shows for the foreseeable future.
It's our hope that 2021 brings good health to everyone and we can reopen to get back to some good ol' country music with our friends.
Thank you for your continued support.
CORNHUSKER COUNTRY MUSIC THEATER
211 MAIN STREET
P.O. BOX 42
LOUISVILLE, NE 68037
1-800-480-8797, EXT 211
NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2020
10-24 AT Ohio State Lost 52 - 17
10-31 Wisconsin Game Cancelled
11-7 AT Northwestern Lost 21-13
11-14 Penn State WON 30-23
11-21 Illinois LOST 41-23
11-27 AT Iowa LOST 26-20
12-5 AT Purdue WON 37-27
12-12 Minnesota LOST 24-17
12-18 Rutgers WON 28-21
Signs from the 1950's
These photos were taken by Bob Wilhelm. The signs were found in Dan & Bev Anderson's attic and we believe are from the 1950's. If you have any information, please, let us know!