This November, voters in the community of Gibbon are being asked to approve funding for the renovation and an addition to the existing fire hall to include a new fire hall, city hall, and community room. Those proposed additions will be located on the site of the current fire hall and will include a substation for the Buffalo County Sheriff’s Department.
Gibbon native and Gibbon high graduate Alissa Baxter recently assumed duties as the administrative assistant at Gibbon High School following the departure of Carlia Brundage.
Wood River and Dannebrog first responders were honored Wednesday, September 30, at Heartland United Way’s annual meeting and 2020-21 campaign kickoff.
Two candidates will face voters for the office of mayor of Wood River on the November 3 ballot, incumbent Greg Cramer and challenger John Webster. In an effort to aid voters in making informed decisions, the Clipper asked both candidates identical questions and now present their answer for the readers’ consideration.
On Tuesday, September 29, six Gibbon students were inducted into the Gibbon Public School Chapter of National Honor Society. Induction normally takes place in the spring, but due to COVID-19, it was postponed until the fall this year.