On Monday, January 11, Bridgeport was host to the 14th Annual Oregon Trail Honor Band, sponsored by Doane University.
The County Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, January 12 and, after roll call and the approval of today’s agenda, and the minutes of the December meeting, correspondences were read, a
County Court Judge Paul Weiss administers the oath of office to newly elected Morrill County officials Joshua Schmidt and Susan Kelly.
When Tanya Farrenkopf was made aware of the fact that her and her husband, Cameron, both had lifesaving Covid antibodies coursing through their veins, she wanted to be able to help others that were fighting for their lives with the coronavirus through blood donations and transfusions. After multiple calls to area hospitals and the American Red Cross, it was determined that, to donate their antibodies, they would need to travel to Eastern Nebraska or south to Colorado.
Bridgeport Girl Scouts met on Friday, December 18, at the Bridgeport Public Library for a morning full of Christmas activities. The youngsters enjoyed decorating sugar cookies, making Christmas crafts and ornaments, and taking to the city streets for a bit of Christmas caroling with a plethora of musical instruments. The scouts created Christmas cards for each of the residents at Skyview at Bridgeports, had their pictures taken as Buddy the Elf, and finished off the morning with popcorn and M&Ms in front of the 1966 classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Above, Livy Kanack and Eleanor Schmidt bang lemme sticks to the beat of Jingle Bells. SARAH STRAWN