Village Board Meeting Tonight
(Wednesday, January 9th)
Village Library, 7:30 p.m.
Public is always welcome!
Can you believe this wonderful weather?
50's and 60's in January - we're going to pay for this!
Thank you's have been building up so here goes:
to Rick Block for clearing off the walking path at the park;
to Gladys & Don Vrana for their donation of Syracuse annuals
to the Resource Room; to the Museum of Memories for the
Syracuse newspaper collection; to the family of Berdean
West for their many items for the History Room; and to
Jim & Marilyn Schreiner for their donation of a 1917 plat book.
Groundhog Day is less than a month away!
Here are the candidates for this year's King & Queen:
Mark Czapla, Ralph Maloy, Jack Stilwell, Rachel Zeiger
Ruehling, Jodie West Valish, and Dawn Clark Dettmer.
Don't forget to vote by putting your spare change (dollars
preferred!) into the jars at The Bar or Countryside Bank.
Proceeds go to Fire & Rescue and the Unadilla Area Fund.
Good Luck everyone!
Did you know that during the 5-year period between 2007
and 2012, Nebraska experienced a 5% increase in the number
of farms and a 10% increase in the number of new farmers?
From east to west, Nebraska experiences a 4584 foot elevation
difference and the average annual precipitation decreases by
one inch every 25 miles, allowing Nebraska to have a diverse
agricultural industry from one side of the state to the other.
Glen Wyatt recently turned 94 years old. His daughter,
Karen Drevo, shared this photo of him when he was 19.
BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERSARIES
1-9 Betty Vodicka
1-10 Lisa Schmitt
1-11 Easton Doeden, Amy Bryan
1-14 Mollie Aernie
1-15 Mark Moerer
NEWS FROM 100 YEARS AGO
Friday, 1-10-1919, The Otoe Union:
"5 per cent discount on horse blankets. E.S. Carper, Harness
man." Grover Miesbach, who was stationed at Vancouver,
Washington "in one of Uncle Sam's lumber camps, arrived
home" by way of Camp Dodge. John Gehrke and family,
2 miles south and 1 1/2 miles west of Unadilla, were moving
to Colorado. He was selling all farm items and animals
at a public sale.
NEWS FROM OUR NEIGHBORS
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NEBRASKA FOOTBALL 2018
9-1 Akron @ Nebraska (Cancelled due to rain)
9-8 Colorado @Nebraska LOST 33-28
9-15 Troy @ Nebraska LOST 24-19
9-22 Michigan @ Ann Arbor LOST 56-10
9-29 Purdue @Nebraska LOST 42-28
10-6 Wisconsin @Madison LOST 41-24
10-13 Northwestern @Evanston LOST 34-31
10-20 Minnesota @Nebraska WON 53-28
10-27 Bethune-Cookman @Nebraska WON 45-9
11-3 Ohio State @Columbus LOST 36-31
11-10 Illinois @Nebraska WON 54-35
11-17 Michigan State @Nebraska WON 9-6
11-23 Iowa @Iowa City Lost 9-6