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Northeast Nebraska Reading Council hosted the annual Young Authors Festival on Saturday, April 9th in Ley Theater at Wayne State College. Sixty-one young authors selected from area schools attended the event. Featured authors included Judy Young of Mink Creek, Idaho and Charlotte Endorf of Hadar, Nebraska. Also present was Mrs. Patricia Jenkins Rhode. She started this worthwhile event 25 years ago. Judy Young is an award-winning author of over twenty children's fiction, poetry and nonfiction picture books as well as her first children's novel, Promise. A frequent speaker at schools nationwide, . . .
Several representative came to speak to the Junior and Senior classes about their experinces in the service and how the military had impact on their lives. Our guests were Daryl Mundil, Bud Neill, Gerald Kennedy, Colby Keiser, Pete Keiser and Marc Janssen. The discussion included four branches of the military: the Army, Navy, Marines and National Guard. The different points of view were great as we had people that were retired, active and new to the service. Daryl spoke of his time and spending a year on a remote island and how he formed many lifetime friendships in that short . . .
14 Winside seniors attended two presentations at the Henry Doorly zoo and Aksarben Aquarium on Friday April 1st. The seniors arrived at the zoo around 900 and toured for a.couple of hours before viewing a North American Parks video at the IMAX theater. After lunch they were engaged in an endangered species and North American amphibian presentation by zoo curator Julie Anderson. After the presentation the group traveled to Schramm State Park and the Aksarben Aquarium south of Gretna where they toured the upper workings of the aquarium and watched a feeding session of several fish groups. After the tour, Greg Hartel presented a . . .
Forecast for TonightMostly clear. Lows around 40. West winds up to 10 mph.
Forecast for ThursdayWarmer. Sunny. Highs in the upper 70s. Southwest winds up to 10 mph.
Forecast for Thursday NightWarmer. Clear. Lows in the mid 50s. South winds 5 to 10 mph.
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