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In 1904, a group of Holdrege businessmen gathered to talk about the benefits of working together for their common good and the good of the community.
Holdrege was 20 years old, growing and prosperous. If they pooled resources, they reasoned, they could do far more than any of them could on their own.
Nov 18, 2015
Giving Thanks at My Favorite Party Shoppe and Clinch Enterprises
By Elena Olson King Toward the back of My Favorite Party Shoppe, a bright purple stripe of carpet divides the store in two. It's an unusual choice; most contractors ...
Nov 10, 2015
Anderson, Klein, Brewster, and Brandt Practice Law; Michael Klein Pens Lawlessness
By Elena Olson King For Michael Klein, he always knew the story of his adulthood would begin with law. “I always wanted to be a lawyer,” Mike remembers. ...
Nov 3, 2015
Bertrand Herald Announces New On-line Platform
Carrie Naylor, Publisher of the Bertrand Herald newspaper is pleased to announce to the communities of Atlanta, Bertrand, Funk, Loomis and Holdrege, a new on-line news and advertising marketing platform ...
What started out as a hobby for Carolyn Reddish, has bloomed into a business that has lasted 39 years. Reddish Barn Antiques is located right next to Carolyn’s home in Holdrege at 505 Broadway St. It is a mixture of antiques and collectables along with Fuller Brush cleaning products.
Carolyn started collecting antiques has a hobby when she heard about a class that was going to start up, taught by Hazel Loar. Hazel, owner of Loar’s Antiques, was going to offer a six night class for others to learn the tricks and trades of the antique business. Carolyn attended ...