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Heat advisory again issued for region

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Change in hours coming to Shelton Post Office

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Shelton Annual Fireworks Show Still Accepting Donations

 

Heat advisory again issued for region

Temperatures will be hot again today under the influence of an upper level ridge of high pressure. Afternoon high temperatures will range from 92 to 102 degrees. A heat advisory is in effect for portions of southern and eastern Nebraska, as well as for much of Kansas, Iowa and Missouri where heat indices around or above 105 degrees are forecast this afternoon. A cold frontal boundary will settle across southern Nebraska and northern Kansas, bringing chances for thunderstorms and the potential for severe weather. The primary hazards from the storms will be damaging winds of 60 mph and quarter size hail.

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Change in hours coming to Shelton Post Office

Todd Case, Manager of Post Office Relations for the 688-689 zip code area in Central Nebraska explained some of the changes in store for the Shelton Post Office at a meeting on July 9. Read more in this week's Shelton Clipper.


Shelton Annual Fireworks Show Still Accepting Donations

The 2014 Shelton Fireworks Show proved be another “Small Town Spectacular” that rivals any big town blowout! The fireworks show was viewed by spectators from surrounding communities from near and far. Donations are still being accepted at area businesses as well as at the banks in Shelton, Gibbon, and Wood River. Donations can be mailed to: “Shelton Fireworks Fund” at PO Box 639, Shelton NE 68876. A “standard” contribution is $25, but any amount is appreciated. Thanks to all for contributing and making this a long standing tradition. Each year is a new year that creates a memory of a lifetime for our youth. Once this year’s goal is met, the remainder of the funds will go toward the 2015 show.

 

 

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