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Love My Community: Firth

Love My Community: Firth
About 20 miles outside of Lincoln, nestled in the Southeast corner of Lancaster County and a mile north of Gage County, lies the town of Firth. With a little over 400 people and 218 acres, this small town has a tight-knit community, rich history, and a bright future.

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Heart of a Hero: Megan McMeen of Superior

This month’s Heart of a Hero nominee values family, community, and helping others any chance she gets. Megan McMeen, an RN at Superior Family Medical Center and Superior Public Schools, dedicates all of her time to helping and caring for others. Megan was born and raised in Superior, left to attend nursing school, and returned […]

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Love My Community: Ericson

Ericson: The Gateway to the Sandhills  Tucked among the rolling hills of north-central Nebraska is a village that has withstood the test of time and weather. While many homestead towns boomed in the late decades of the 1800s with more and more settlers moving to the area following the expansion of the railroad, the population of Ericson rose and fell over the decades.   […]

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Heart of a Hero: Philip Simpson of Burwell

This month’s Heart of a Hero winner gives much of his time to developing youth and the agriculture industry in his community. Philip Simpson of Burwell serves as an agriculture educator for Burwell Public Schools, and the advisor for the local Future Farmers of America (FFA) chapter. A dedicated chapter leader, Philip puts in countless […]

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Love My Community: Weeping Water

Weeping Water: A Story of Heritage and Hope At a spot south of Omaha and east of Lincoln, you’ll find a town that has defied the odds. Many small Midwestern towns have withered over the decades, their populations scattering like dry soil in stiff prairie wind, whipped up by droughts or economic downturns. Weeping Water […]

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Heart of a Hero: Elmer Rempe of Superior

Lifetime resident of Superior, Elmer Rempe, has been nominated by Randy Rhoads as this month’s “Heart of a Hero.” Not just one act of kindness can be traced back to Elmer. In fact, it’s because of his lifelong contributions to the community that he stands out among all who know him. “I’ve watched Elmer my […]

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“Heart of a Hero” Nomination: April Dexter

We honor nurse practitioner April Dexter for championing quality health care in our rural communities! April was recently reappointed by Governor Pete Ricketts to Nebraska’s Rural Health Advisory Commission, made up of 13 members from across the state. Some of the Commission’s efforts include establishing state-designated health care shortage areas and awarding rural student loans […]

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Love My Community: Lawrence

Lawrence: A Town Full of Heart. If you were asked to envision “The Great American Desert,” southern Nebraska’s thick green summer fields of corn and soybeans would not likely pop into your mind. But when early surveyors mapped the area, that was the phrase they used to describe the place where Lawrence, Nebraska sits today. […]

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“Heart of a Hero” Nomination: Cameron Vyzourek of Superior

Cameron Vyzourek, the Chamber of Commerce Manager in Superior, has been nominated by Lori Clyde as our newest “Heart of a Hero.” This is what Lori had to say about Cameron:  “Cameron is a very hard working individual who cares deeply about our community. Whatever she puts in, the community reaps the reward. She has […]

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Love My Community: Superior

History of Superior. Named for the quality of its fertile land, the town of Superior is situated in the Republican River valley, 60 miles southeast of Hastings and just a mile from the Kansas border. Settlement began in the area in the late 1860s. The town was surveyed in 1875 and incorporated in 1879. The […]

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