Nemaha Herald
State Track and Field Competition

State Track and Field Competition

AUBURN HIGH’S Jonathan Hannaford speaks with Coach Ben Ideus after completing his run in the 300...

Dan’s Vintage Market Will Open July 1 in Downtown Auburn

Dan’s Vintage Market Will Open July 1 in Downtown Auburn

By Darrell Wellman  Dan’s Vintage Market will be a new place to shop in Auburn beginning July 1....

Wayne Albury Will Return to Peru State as Baseball Coach

Wayne Albury Will Return to Peru State as Baseball Coach

After a year of teaching in Florida, former Peru State head baseball coach Wayne Albury will...

Five Bulldog Seniors Competed in Class B State Track and Field Championships

Five Bulldog Seniors Competed in Class B State Track and Field Championships

Five seniors represented Auburn High School at the 2016 Class B State Track and Field...

  • State Track and Field Competition

  • Dan’s Vintage Market Will Open July 1 in Downtown Auburn

  • Wayne Albury Will Return to Peru State as Baseball Coach

  • Five Bulldog Seniors Competed in Class B State Track and Field Championships


Bridge Inspection Bid Okayed May 18 by Nemaha County Board of Commissioners

A bridge inspection proposal from Mainelli Wagner & Associates was accepted Wednesday, May 18, by the Nemaha County Commissioners. There will be 58 routine and two special inspections done at $124 per bridge.

Auburn BPW Allows Study of Water Well Replacement Options

The Auburn Board of Public Works (BPW) allowed Utility Services Group to study three options for a well replacement Thursday, May 12. Chair Chuck Knipe said the board is planning ahead and being proactive. He favored the study focusing on the existing well field east of Auburn. Before the utility digs another well, it needs further information. The action followed a presentation by Utility Services representatives.

Auburn, Johnson-Brock Student- Athletes Honored for Academics

Twenty student-athletes from Auburn and Johnson-Brock High Schools were selected as Academic All-State by the Lincoln Journal Star. Sport abbreviations are as follows: football (F), volleyball (V), cross country (CC), softball (SB), girls’ basketball (GBB), boys’ basketball (BBB), girls’ soccer (GSo), baseball (Base), girls’ track and field (GTF) and boys’ track and field (BTF)

UNL’s Tierra Williams Enters NCAA West Regional in Top 5 of Long Jump, Triple Jump

This weekend, Tierra Williams of Auburn competes in both horizontal jumps in the NCAA West Preliminary Round at Lawrence, Kan.

GINNY KARPINSKI

1949-2016 

Ginny Karpinski, age 67 of rural Stella, Nebraska passed away on April 18, 2016 at Bryan LGH West Hospital in Lincoln, Neb., with her husband Frank by her side. Ginny was born on March 28, 1949  In Rockford, Illinois, the daughter of Jesse and Virginia (Tabone) Tucker. She graduated from Harlem High School in Loves Park, Ill. Ginny was united in marriage to Frank D. Karpinski on November 15, 1968 in Freeport, Ill. She was a housewife and homemaker and also worked for 12 years at the Glenwood State School, Glenwood, Iowa. Frank and Ginny served as foster parents the last 32 years and during that time helped in raising some 200 children! She is survived by her husband, Frank Karpinsi of Stella; seven children: Katie Smithberg and husband Mike of Plattsmouth, Neb.; Amie Karpinski of Stella; Christie Karpinski and significant other Chris Jones of Plainfield, Ill.; Bud Karpinski and wife Lacey of Barada, Neb.; Rachel Karpinski of Syracuse, Neb., Nate Foreman of Lincoln, Neb. and Micky Karpinksi and wife Brandi of Shubert, Neb.; seven grandchildren; brothers: Rick Tucker and wife Vickie of Loves Park, Ill. and David Tucker and wife Sandy of Durand, Ill.; extended family: Tausha and Tim Pokorny; Crystal Shaffer, Alicia Schoenberger, Ogie Nelson, Erin and Danny Beckman, M.J. and John Driskell and Sally Nuss; other family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents and a daughter Baylie Jo Karpinski on March 18, 2015. A Celebration of Life Service will be held Saturday, May 28 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Nemaha County 4-H Building in Auburn. Condolences may be left at www.gudefuneralhomes.com. Gude Mortuary of Nebraska City is in charge of arrangements.

VALERIA DAMME

1935-2016 

Valeria (Wellsandt) Damme was born April 4, 1935 in Nebraska City, the daughter of Elmer and Alma (Glassmeyer) Wellsandt. She married Harvey Damme April 17, 1956 at St. Paul’s Lutheran church near Talmage. She was a graduate of Talmage High School with the Class of 1953. Valeria lived in the Talmage community where she and Harvey raised their family until moving to Syracuse in 2007. Valeria was baptized and confirmed at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church near Talmage. Valeria worked at Thygeson’s drug store in Nebraska City. Valeria was an active member of St. John’s Evangelical (McWilliams) Church, rural Talmage. Valeria enjoyed flowers and gardening and especially attending her grandchildren activities and was very proud of their accomplishments. Survivors include her husband Harvey of Syracuse, daughter: Debra Wolken and her husband Dale of Adams and sons: Dale and wife Debbie of Talmage and Lynn and his wife Sherlyn of Syracuse; seven grandchildren: Denae Wolken and fiancé Brady Beckman; Devin Wolken and special friend Anna Dorn; Clayton Damme and wife Ana; Clinton Damme and Makayla Damme; Cody Damme and Ryan Damme; brother-in-law: Edward Damme and his wife Donna; many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents and father-in-law and mother-in-law Louis and Anna Damme. Valeria died May 19, 2016, at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Lincoln at the age of 81 years, 1 month and 15 days. Funeral services were held on Monday May 23 at St. John’s Evangelical Church (McWilliams) in rural Talmage. Burial was in the St. John’s Cemetery (McWilliams). Memorials are suggested to the St. John’s Cemetery (McWilliams), Talmage Rescue Squad or Family’s Choice Arrangements By: Fusselman Allen Harvey Funeral Home, Syracuse, NE 402-269-2441 Condolences to www.fusselmanallenharvey.com


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