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July 29, 2003

Shootings in Cedar Creek!
Victims covered in Yellow and Blue Splotches...
In a burst of pure entrepreneurial inspiration, our neighbors in Cedar Creek have demonstrated how with a little imagination you can create a brand new business and bring joy and anarchy to an otherwise quiet little town like Cedar Creek, Nebraska.
If you ever wondered what these folks do when they are not having Frog contests, here is your answer: Mad Cow Paintball Click Here: http://www.cedarcreeknebraska.com/MadCow/Fields.htm

Mayor Awards Key to the City
The City of Louisville awarded Barb Smisek an Honorary Citizen of Louisville title to express appreciation for her many efforts to make Louisville the best it can be, especially her activity on the "Welcome to Louisville" sign project.

During a special open house at Home State Bank, Mayor Dave Pankonin presented a special document to Barb and Lynn Burner presented her with a symbolic golden key to the city.
Many citizens and business of Louisville attended the ceremony. The feelings of everyone were expressed by Lynn: "Barb, we do not want you to leave but we wish you only good!"
Barb plans to continue her studies on ministry and she will also be helping her parents at the Meeske Hardware Store in Weeping Water.

The Bridge is Open!!
Posted by Lynn Berner-Smith on Tuesday, July 22, 2003 - 11:51 am:
A very special "THANK YOU!!" to Dan Henry and the Louisville Maintenance Crew and anyone else involved....they now have the small bridge between Walnut St. and Main St. open. It has been impassable for quite some time.
Main Street is now more easily accessible for everyone.
Also, the community really looks great! They have taken great pains to keep things cleaned up.....Thank you! from a very grateful resident and business person!

American Family Insurance - Terri Scholting Agency
We are having a "Customer Appreciation" celebration Open House on Sat Aug 2nd 2003 from 11AM-1PM. 128 Main Street


Louisville Fall Clean-up Day
Saturday, August 9, 2003 at the city shop area from 7:00 am - 2:00 pm
Dumpsters will be available for the following:
Yard Waste: grass and leaves; no fee
general waste: no fee

White goods will be collected for a fee of $10.00 each - all doors shall be removed from the appliances.
lead acid batteries which are not cracked will be collected separately
Items Not Accepted: oil, oil filters, paint, tires, liquids, etc.
Alternate date if weather or unforseen circumstances: August 16, 2003

>>Meet Your Neighbors, At the Dumpsters!!<<

Join Club Louisville
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Come and Join Us! Select a lot in our new Subdivision, build a house and experience the Better Life!

Computer John
Assistant Editor

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