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New clinic to open in Wood River


Shelton Public Library Closed for Construction Until Further Notice



New clinic to open in Wood River

The Wood River Area Economic Development Corporation and Mary Lanning Hospital are working together to open the Wood River Family Care at 905 Main Street this month. The clinic will provide care for the entire family and will include pharmacy services.

Shelton Public Library Closed for Construction Until Further Notice

The Shelton Public Library will be closed for construction until further notice. Construction planned to be completed this summer is now underway at the library.

Shelton Annual Fireworks Show Still Accepting Donations

The 2015 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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