Antelope County Emergency Manager and Road Superintendent would like to express a sincere thank you to the residents of Antelope County, and the traveling public during the recent flooding and the days following.
Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) continues to work with multiple public and private partners to serve those affected by the floods in Nebraska.
The Neligh-Oakdale Board of Education has scheduled an emergency school board meeting for Tuesday, March 19, at 2 p.m.
With a travel ban remaining in effect across Antelope County, many residents have concerns regarding mail and parcel deliveries. County Emergency Management has determined roads continue to be unsafe for travel.
Antelope County Deputy Emergency Manager Mike Mortensen says, "rural roads in the county are not safe."
Antelope County Sheriff Bob Moore met with administrators from Neligh-Oakdale, Clearwater, Orchard, Tilden, Elgin Public, St. Boniface and Pope John Sunday afternoon and requested schools remain closed through Wednesday, March 20 and maybe longer.
The Antelope County Commissioners and Road Superintendent Casey Dittrich met in emergency session Sunday, March 17, at 1 p.m. at the courthouse to discuss plans to repair bridges and roads in the county due to widespread flooding.
Due to recent weather related issues, the mobile food pantry that was to be held in Neligh on Tuesday, March 19, has been canceled.
Due to impending weather, tipoffs for tonight's C2-8 subdistrict boys basketball games in O'Neill have been changed.
Day two of the NSAA State Wrestling Tournament continues at the CHI Health Arena in Omaha.
In a low scoring game, a balanced attack by the Neligh-Oakdale Warriors led to a Niobrara Valley Conference championship Saturday, Feb. 2.
Jayden Arehart, Kaleb Pofahl, Brock Kester and Andrew Herley went undefeated throughout the day as the Warriors competed in the NSAA State Dual Championships at the Buffalo County Fairgrounds, Saturday, Feb. 2.
The Neligh-Oakdale Lady Warriors snagged another win against the Orchard-Clearwater Cyclones 35-26 Tuesday, Jan. 15.