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Louisville Community Newsletter

•••March 27th, 2019••• 

Congratulations Louisville - Your Newsletter #700

(Scroll Down for an Editorial from Computer John)


Job Opening!!

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City of Louisville is accepting applications for Director of Louisville Library starting in May 2019. Position is part time, approximately 20 hours per week, some evening and Saturday hours. High school/GED necessary; some college preferred. Applicants must be able to occasionally lift 45/50 pounds, navigate stairs, able to demonstrate computer skills (Microsoft Word/Office is a plus) and willing to learn Apollo library computer program and complete Basic Skills courses as required. Current driver’s license, organizational skills and people skills are a must.

Applications and more information are
available at City Office, 210 Main, Louisville, NE 402-234-7705 or at
www.louisvillenebraska.com (click city tab.)

Return completed applications to the City
Clerk at the above address by April 5, 2019. E.O.E.


 Congratulations to Haleigh Diltz for placing 4th in Poetry at the NSAA Speech Championships! Go Lions!

Images courtesy from LPSLionsActivities on Twitter.


March 2019 Flood Information and Help Links

Donations are accepted by Red Cross and Salvation Army


Here is some drone footage of the Platte River near Louisville last week.

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Save the Date!!!

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 Louisville Alumni Banquet will be May 25, 2019 in Louisville H.S. School Commons area!

Watch for your letters in April!

Honored classes are:
60 yr - Class of 1959
50 yr - Class of 1969
40 yr - Class of 1979
25 yr - Class of 1994
10 yr - Class of 2009
Class of 2019



Mark your calendars! 

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Blood Drive

Louisville High School 

April 24th, 2019

10:00 am to 4:00 pm


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March 30 - Elaine Behrends & Friends

April 13 - Al Kelley & Reilly Creek Band

April 27 - Rick Stephens & Friends


KCCB Invite 2019

 (An Editorial by John Harrington)

Newsletter #700 - March 27 2019

Newsletter Edition #1 was October 26, 2005 -

( Click Here - to View Newsletter #1 in 2005 )

What were you doing on October 26, 2005?

I was Writing the Louisville Community Newsletter Edition #1

Editor Computer John - (aka John Harrington)

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And what are you doing today?

You are Reading the Louisville Community Newsletter #700

Current Newsletter Editor Katie Alvarado, Editor@LouisvilleNebraska.com

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Looking Back to 2005 we can remember back to a time before the 500 year floods of 2019, a time before the great recession of 2008.

We can recall a time before the country was divided and you could provoke a fight, by wearing an american flag lapel pin, or the wrong colored baseball cap. Before we lost folks like John Plucknett, and Lynn Berner.


Looking forward we have an unbelievable strong economy, nearly 100% employment and wonderful prospects for our kids graduating

(if only we can keep them here in Nebraska)

..and the very BEST..

We have Scott Frost and our best shot in years at a couple of decades of fantastic Dominant Husker Football -

So, life is great in Nebraska - (South of the Platte) -  reading Edition #700 of the Louisville Community Newsletter!

Heads Up Louisville, the Best is just Ahead!!

Computer John  -  John@WireBuilt.com


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To get your news paragraph, or announcement included into next Louisville newsletter, please send your information to editor@LouisvilleNebraska.com by 8am on Monday morning!


Area News


Beginning Tuesday, March 12, the Sarpy/Cass Health Department will be offering a free 6-week workshop in Plattsmouth for those living with chronic health conditions such as high blood pressure, depression, asthma, arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, and chronic pain. Living Well is an evidenced-based program that teaches participants how to collaborate with your healthcare provider and navigate the healthcare system, develop skills and increase confidence for self-management, and aims to improve self-rated general health. To register for this program, contact Arlene at 402-537-6971, or for more information, visit https://www.sarpycasshealthdepartment.org/chronic-disease-prevention

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Katie Alvarado, Editor

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