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Official Contest Questions:
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What Should BUILD Doing More of?
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Drawing to be Held 8/29/08 at 5PM and Winner Posted on the BUILD  Website
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NEW JOBS Section - Community Website
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Platte River State Park
Mahoney State Park

USE CODE: 33-33500-1

Both Require Applications to be Submitted On Line
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Shadow Lake Towne Center
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Look Up Old News!
The Cass Gram has a newOnline Feature that allows you to look-upNews items that were published in past issues.
The Cass Gram is that handy, free single page news leaflet that you can
pickup at Subway, or Home State Bank

 enter any keyword, such as your last name to see what past news stories pop-up

Cass Gram - Get your News, while it is still News
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Keep Up!
with all the Latest Louisville Issues
Read the most recent City Council Minutes

Read  recent BUILD Meeting Minutes

  Now, let's Snoop on the Neighbors!!

Read all our local news by clicking on:
All the Community Classified Ads are on the Left Side
All the Community Newsletters are on the
Right Side
(just click on the Editors Name)

See what's for sale, and read today's local buzz!!

Louisville Interactive

  We built this feature to encourage you to share with the BUILD group
your ideas, observations and suggestions for a better Louisville.
Your comments and ideas are shared at the
Monthly BUILD meeting and with the City.
All comments are saved, reviewed and discussed
This is a convenient chance for you to say what you think!
Take The Survey http://www.b-u-i-l-d.com/talk _to_build.htm 
We have significantly improved our Classified Section,
and the popularity of this section has grown dramatically!
We see most new listings Tues and Wed with the Weekly Newsletters.
You can now add a digital photo, and all the ads are monitored, to keep them local. The classified section, is now the most
frequently visited section of the website,
so get out there and sell something!
Click HERE !
Anybody in Louisville can contribute
a story..or a Guest Editorial on pretty much
any Community subject by Clicking HERE:
http://www.louisvillenebraska .com/news/submit.htm
  Type your story in the little box (cut and paste it)
This represents your access to
about 1404 of your neighbors
and you don't have to pay to get your message out
(Be Aware: message content must be approved by the editor's Mom,
and she says; "If you can't says something nice, then shut up and eat!")

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Hey, Life is Better Here!
If you are among the geographically challenged that happen to live somewhere else...
Come and Join Us! Easy as 1, 2, 3..... 4
 Select a lot in our new Subdivision, drive down and check it out,
get a loan eat dinner, then buy some firewood!
you too can experience the Better Life!

From the Editor
Settling In
Life in Louisville
The End of the Summer of '08 is in sight
This has been a rough summer. We started with an almost constant series of threatening weather. It seamed like the trip to the basement with the radio, was a nightly routine. Certainly no one will ever forget the night in June we lost 4 Scouts including Clete's Grandson Ben.
The world stopped to mourn the tragic loss.
(I suspect that if a normal person lives to 99, that person may have touched or influenced 20,000 people over their life time. I can't think of anyone in all of history that ever touched a million people by the age of 13 like Ben Petrzilka and his Scouts did)
The Platte was full and neighbors were pumping out their basements round the clock. TV and radio news was bleak, the cost of food and gas sobering, then the heat settled in and cooked us all for a couple weeks. The garden was a complete failure, no salsa this year.
We are going to be talking about this summer for quite a while.
The world suddenly brightened when I heard the sound of our Marching Band practicing. It signalled the coming of the fall, football season, and that feeling of all things returning to normal. My wife heard the marching music and went in to her Pom-Pom waving, hi kicking cheer-leader stance as she felt the same wave of happiness.
I guess that is why we all live down here. There is a fundamental feeling of peace, that comes from simple, and familiar things. Kids are all back in school, weather is moderating, Main Street is looking all clean and prosperous.
Hey, did you see the article in the August 18th World Herald!
There is a new restaurant in Nebraska City called: Lil' Dickies Steakhouse 
JOHN FERAK of the Omaha World Herald spoke to
Julie Naberhaus of Nebraska City
Real estate agent Julie Naberhaus of Nebraska City called the restaurant an integral part of the effort to invigorate downtown and give people more reasons to spend time there. Naberhaus wants downtown to model itself after Omaha's Old Market and the Louisville, Neb., Main Street, which has a collection of boutiques, art galleries and specialty stores.

I think that we can all take some pride being grouped with the popular Old Market, and being on Nebraska City's short list of:
"places we would like to be more like!"
I for one am more than ready for the peace and tranquilty that flows from watching some leaves turning color, sipping some cider, and viewing some soothing smash-mouth football!
Order is Restored
Having Fun and Getting Regular South of the River
Computer John