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According to a press release from Cedar County Board of Commissioners, public access to all Cedar County offices and the Cedar County Courthouse will be limited. “Admittance to the courthouse during regular business hours will be for necessary business only, effective Monday, March 23.” Patrons are...
The City of Wakefield held an emergency city council meeting on March 19 at the Wakefield Civic Center. The only item on the agenda was action on measures to mitigate COVID-19. Discussion included whether to keep Gardner Public Library open, how to get supplies to home-bound people. Discussion took...
According to Wayne County clerk, Deb Finn, the Wayne County Courthouse will be closed to the public and all non-essential personnel on Friday, March 20. The courthouse will reopen on Monday, March 23. The Wayne County Board of Commissioners will meet Monday, March 23 at 9 a.m. in the courtroom....
March Madness may skip a year, but March Gladness is still on at Wayne's Flower Cellar. Owner Greta Smith said there's never been a better time to send flowers. March Gladness allows people or organizations to send flowers to people to "bring light, smiles, joy and comfort." For $25, The Flower...
The following is a message from Providence Medical Center in Wayne: Providence Medical Center is actively monitoring, preparing and working to prevent and control the spread of influenza and COVID-19 in the region. For the latest on Coronavirus (COVID-19), we recommend using the Centers for Disease...
According to a press release from Wayne County officials, the County is working to reduce or eliminate nonessential visits to the courthouse in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Many public services can be completed online, including renewing vehicle registration, paying property taxes, driver’...
 Water issues and the on-going coronavirus situation were among the topics discussed by the Wayne City Council meeting on March 17. Due to the state recommendations on social distancing, the meeting was held at the Wayne City Auditorium. A resolution was passed, accepting a proposal and awarding a...
The following is a message from the City of Wayne:  "In an effort to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus, limited access is being allowed into the Wayne City Hall, effective at 9 p.m., Tuesday, March 17, 2020, until further notice.  Staff members are still in their offices conducting business...
The Wayne County Commissioners met for their regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday morning. The commissioners decided to recess instead of adjorning so they can meet with other County officals at 1 p.m. in the district courtroom to discuss plans for potential COVID-19 closures. Full coverage from...
 The following information was released by Wayne State College at 10:45 a.m. on Tuesday, March 17: Dear Wayne State Students, Given the recent advisories from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts to drastically limit public gatherings to arrest the spread of...

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