Archive - Nov 9, 2012
ARCADIA - - If you feel you have so much stuff that your house feels cramped, just imagine what it would be like if it wasnâ€™t just stuff, but equipment that saves lives and peopleâ€™s property. Thatâ€™s the exact problem the Arcadia Volunteer Fire Department and EMS have.
Last Sunday, the Arcadia Fire Department and EMS conducted an open house so that the public could see how cramped they really are and some of the dangers involved. Their hope is that the citizens of Arcadia and the surrounding areas will see the need for a new facility.
Today, Nebraska Public Power District's Board of Directors approved a 3.75 percent average rate increase for both its wholesale and retail customers that will take effect Jan. 1, 2013. NPPD has been discussing this rate adjustment amount with customers since early this year, and is down slightly from the four percent originally forecasted.
MERNA - Kitty Werthmann has made it her mission to educate people and set the record straight about what really happened during one of the most important events in history. Last Friday, Kitty brought her presentation to the student body and the public at Anselmo-Merna Public Schools.
The year was 1938 - Kitty was a 12-year-old girl living in her native land of Austria, which was in the midst of a deep economic depression. The unemployment rate in the country had climbed to 30 percent; farmers, banks and small businesses were going broke.
Ansley-Litchfield and Mullen met their matches Thursday night, losing 3-1 and 3-0 respectively in the opening round of the state volleyball tournament. for more coverage, check out the next edition of the Custer County Chief.