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Arapahoe Library receives new sign

Arapahoe Library receives new sign

After months of planning and designing, the new Arapahoe Public Library was installed last week.  The new sign will be lit at night and features the library's logo of a child sitting beneath a tree reading.

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"It is by acts and not by ideas that people live."
~Anatole France

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 18:23
South park improvements continue PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 13 August 2014 00:00

On the south side of Arapahoe, there’s a lot of activity at the site for the renovation of the south park area, as the long awaited plans are becoming reality.
Last year, the plans for the new park area included 10 RV pads, a dump station, water hook-up, and a block restroom station.  Surrounding the RV Park, a one-half mile walking trail with approximately 10 fitness stations will be evenly spaced along the trail.  “Each fitness station will focus on specific exercises such as pulls-ups, step-ups, sit-ups, stretching, and so on. There are plans to include a nine-hole disc golf course throughout the interior of the walking trail,” Mayor John E. Koller had said during an interview earlier this year.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 18:46
Gosper County summer recorded higher than average precipitation; colder winter PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 06 August 2014 00:00

Back in April, the Arapahoe Public Mirror ran a story about the prediction for the summer weather for the area. It’s always nice to look back and see if the predictions came true.
According to the data collected from UNL Cropwatch, Furnas and Gosper Counties have recorded 120-140 percent of precipitation in the last 90 days with nine to twelve inches of precipitation recorded in the same time frame. Since May 1st through September 22, 2014, the Arapahoe, Edison, Elwood, and Bertrand areas have recorded close to 21 inches of precipitation.
Furnas County also saw its first frost September 13, which had some speculate whether soybeans and corn were mature enough to survive the damage. So far, the crops in the area seem to have pulled through the early freeze with little noticeable damage.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 18:39
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