Despite the struggles stemming from the pandemic Harbur remained optimistic. “I think people are still getting engaged,” Harbur said. “We’re here to let the cancer families know that we’re all out here fighting together for them and for everybody.” Whether the itinerary includes a walk for life or a drive through for support, the main goal remains the same for the team. “If one of our stories can make an impact and help somebody else that’s what my hope is,” Harbur noted.
In the past five months, Congress has responded to the coronavirus public health crisis with several emergency relief measures, including the stimulus checks sent to individuals and households, payroll protections to small businesses, expanded unemployment payments, fee waivers for borrowing against 401(K) plans and more.
Greetings District 36. This week the Legislature had the opportunity to debate several topics that are very important to Nebraska, including LB 1106, the current proposal for property tax relief and LB720, which proposes to update Nebraska’s current business incentive program, known as the Nebraska Advantage Act. After hours of debate, neither bill was voted upon. There simply were not enough votes to overcome a filibuster.
Heart and effort seemed to be the key factors this past weekend for the two Angels 14U softball teams as they participated in the state tournament in Hastings, NE. Angels softball teams coached by John Herrick, Tyic Miller and Kurt Goldfish tallied three wins and two losses in the tournament. The three tournament wins did not come without obstacles for the Angels, however. Head coach Herrick was not able to attend the tournament, four players had to remain home and the roster brandished three brand new players to the squad who had only previously played one game as part of the collective.
When you bring together a group of individuals whom all possess different backgrounds, histories, education and jobs, and unite them around a common goal or cause, you create one giant family. This sense of family was ever-present on the hills of Wild Horse Golf Club as people from both near and far gathered for the annual Adrian Fiala Memorial Golf Tournament where former Huskers team up with golfers to raise money for the TeamMates program.
The Gothenburg Chamber of Commerce has a new board member in the leadership role following the resignation of board president Ben Kampschnieder earlier this month. Kampschnieder, global procurement agro senior supervisor at Frito-Lay, is relocating to Omaha with his wife, Erika.
Gothenburg, NE (July 21, 2020) – Country Partners Cooperative is pleased to announce a special equity redemption of $4.1 million in total of member equities. “Our strong balance sheet allows us to make this payment,” according to the cooperative’s CEO and General Manager E. Tod Clark. He also stated, “We owe our success to the loyal patronage of our member owners. Equity management, including equity redemption, is strictly at the Board of Directors’ discretion, and thus, can change depending upon the earnings and financial needs of the company. Anything that we do in terms of equity management takes solid financial earnings.” Chairman of the Board