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Jimmy Weber to perform Sunday.

This Sunday, November 19, at 2:30 p.m. Jimmy Weber’s “I Moved A Mountain” performance will  appear at the Wood River High School Performing Arts Center in Wood River. Weber’s “I Moved A Mountain” is a collection of stories about the places he has gone and people he has met along the way during his 24 years of service with the U.S. Air Force.  This performance features songs from Johnny Cash, George Jones, and Glen Campbell, mixed with classic Rock and Roll from the 50’s-70’s.   If you drum up a copy of this week’s Clipper, you can learn more about Jimmy Weber today!

Quilt of Valor given to Shelton Veteran Lyle Stearley.

As part of Shelton Public School’s Veteran’s Day program on Friday, November 10, a “Quilt of Valor” was presented to Betty Stearley, the wife of Shelton World War II veteran Lyle Stearley, at the Shelton Veterans day program on Friday morning November 10th as he was unable to attend. The quilt was made by 13 year old Shelton seventh grader Kiersten Bennett. The  quilt was displayed at the Buffalo County Fair where it received a blue ribbon. The quilt was  also displayed at the state fair this year along with other quilts of valor. Mr. Stearley was a Corporal in the Marines from October 1943 until April 1, 1946. He served in Hawaii, Iwo Jima, the Volcano Islands and Japan with the 45th Marine division in the Pacific. He was a driver of a Dozer Tank and was stationed in Iwo Jima when the American flag was put there.  He was later stationed at Nagasaki after the second atomic bomb was dropped, staying until the end of the war. Lyle was awarded the Bronze Star by the president of the United States for heroic achievement while serving with company B, fifth tank Battalion, Fifth Marine Division in 1945 and 1946. Lyle graduated from Shelton High School and so did his children. His wife, Betty, is a member of the Shelton American Legion Auxiliary, post #297. After serving in World War II Lyle returned to Shelton in April 1946 and has lived there ever since.

Shelton to pay more for county law enforcement

The Shelton Village Board worked through a light agenda for its November meeting on Thursday, November 9. Trustees acknowledged the five percent increase in the law enforcement contract with the Buffalo County Sheriff’s Department for coverage for the community. A letter from Buffalo County Sheriff Neil Miller indicated that the raise was due to increased costs including gasoline, insurance and employee benefits. Snatch up a copy of this week’s Clipper to learn more about what’s going in Shelton and area communities.





Gibbon netters named to all-conference team

Three Gibbon senior volleyball players were recently named to the All-LouPlatte Conference Volleyball team by a vote of league coaches. Named to the team were, left to right Miranda Smith (First Team), Sydni Kroll (Honorable Mention), and Parker Kenton (First Team). Among the Gibbon High records set during the recently concluded season were most ace serves in a game – 15 vs. Burwell, most ace serves in a season – 163, most kills in a game – 42 vs. Overton, most kills in a season – 693, most assists in a game – 37 vs. Burwell and Nebraska Christian, and most assists in a season – 639.



Gibbon Board of Ed discusses budget items, audit review

Members of the Gibbon Board of Education heard an audit report of the district and discussed agenda items such as the budget, a contract with Marzano Research, a new time clock and the consolidation of some of the district’s bank accounts at its regular monthly meeting on Monday evening. Karen Labenz, of Dana Cole and Company, reviewed the recently completed audit of the district with board. She reported that the audit found that there were no difficulties in performing the audit and that the district’s staff had been very helpful. Labenz said that the firm was able to issue an unmodified opinion of the audit report, the best possible result and that it speaks highly of the staff an board of the district. Check out this week’s Clipper to learn more about the Gibbon Board of Education meeting as well as other goings on in the area.



Lady Centurions’ season ends at state

For the third time in four years, Centura’s volleyball team played their last game in the state tournament in Lincoln.  This year on Thursday, November 9, playing on the court at Lincoln’s Southwest High School, the Class C-2 number three-seeded team in the field of eight met Superior.  The Lady Wildcats got past the Centurions, needing four sets for the win. Set yourself up to learn more about the Lady Centurions’ at State or to keep up with other area schools by picking up a copy of the Clipper today!


Community Thanksgiving Meal to be held in Gibbon

The Fourth Annual Gibbon Area Community Thanksgiving Meal will be held Thursday, November 23, at the Gibbon American Legion Club from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The menu includes turkey, ham, potatoes, gravy, stuffing, vegetable, bread, salads, and desserts.  A free will donation will be accepted. Everyone is welcome. For more information, contact Denise Fenster at 216-1015.