August 17, 2001
Volunteers Flush for
The City needs 20 volunteers to test
out of the Copper
Administrative Order for water.
The City needs 20 homes, built before 1983 that have
no water softener or filter system. Larry from People's Service would need
to get into the home and flush all the faucets in the home and then get back
in to take the actual water sample six hours later. The faucet closest to
the water meter has to be used and that faucet cannot be used during the six
hours between flushing and the taking the sample.
Those who are willing to participate should call City
Hall at 234-7605.
It is preferred that houses are used, but apartments
can be used if we cannot get 20 houses and Businesses can be used if we
cannot get 20 houses and apartments combined.
This test will need to be repeated in October if
passed in August in order to test out of this order.
The Copper being tested for is coming from the
plumbing inside the house and has nothing to do with the city water lines or
All the votes are in and the good people of Cass
County have spoken!!
1st - Rebecca Jo Markham - Weeping Water,
Parent, Lora Markham
2nd - Mackenzie Stohlmann - Louisville,
Parents, Craig & Stephanie Stohlmann
3rd - William Essex - Louisville,
Parents, Chuck & Kim Essex
Thank you to all '20' participants in this first year
event! Congratulations to the winners!!
Special 'THANK YOU' to the Louisville HOME STATE BANK for their
These days it takes more than
Maybe right now is the time give some thought to the next step
Home State Bank Click
Here: is a great place to talk to friends
about plans for the future, like College!
Today is the much anticipated opening night for the Lofte's
presentation of the play Nunsense.
The local scuttlebutt on this is that a prominent member of Louisville's
financial community has gotten into the habit of performing as of late, and
she, as well as her daughter will be appearing in this fun filled
Lofte Theatre production.
Don't miss this excellent and funny production.
More later on this!
August 8, 2001
We are all well aware of the reputation that
Louisville has for having the cutest Babes around, well it's time to strut
our stuff for the rest of Cass County at the upcoming Cass County Fair!
Problem is, we are all but out of time! All the entry forms must be in by,
August 6th, which is Monday!!
You can get a form, and or drop off a form at
Home State Bank, tomorrow morning or on Monday.
Here: for the details: http://louisvillenebraska.com/events/
Women March on Louisville
Say, did you happen to notice that the entire the entire City
was transformed in many magical, (dare I say whimsical), ways last Saturday?
No Alice, it was not the looking glass, it was non-other than Louisville's
very own Art Chicks hosting a
Talented Women's Art Fair coinciding with their 3rd anniversary Birthday
When it was over, our exhausted Chicks said it was a complete
Weeping Water Next
The Elves at WireBuilt Company have begun searching for someone in
the Weeping Water Area to help us begin the WeepingWaterNebraska.Com website
project on or about the beginning of October.
The hours are long, and the pay is low, (as in $0), but it represents an
opportunity to provide a voice and a meeting place for your entire Community
and become part of the project that will ultimately link all Cities and
Towns in Cass County. It is also fun and an exciting new frontier!
You need to be well integrated into the Weeping Water Community and have
basic computer skills, some writing skills and Internet access. We will
provide you all the training and special software that you need and be right
there to help you work through problems when they occur.
If you are interested, please send us an email at mailto:[email protected]
We won't let you fail!
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