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Aug. 28: Things to do this weekend

Come on down to Scribner this weekend! You won’t be disappointed! List events here: Miles For Heroes Freedom Fest Nebraska Bands for Nebraska Vets Scribner Rescue Breakfast Miles For Heroes

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Aug. 24: scribner in a second

Highlights from August 24th’s City Council meeting Scribner’s vicious dog ordinance still stands: no pit bulls, unless the dog owner can secure and prove they have purchased insurance that will

City Council Meeting 8.24.20

August 24, 2020 6:30 P.M. Roll Call & Pledge of Allegiance Citizen Comments. Approval of Minutes: July Regular Meeting, 7/30/2020 Special Meeting & Treasurer’s Report. Consideration and approval or rejection

A strange object in the sky

Helicopter to Make Low-Level Flights overEastern Nebraska Eastern Nebraska residents should not be alarmed if they see a low-flying helicopter over areas of the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District (P-MRNRD)

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Scribner in a Second

Highlights from July 28th’s City Council meeting: Miles for Heroes Freedom Fest will be held August 28 & 29 with three bands performing on Main Street August 28 @ 7pm.

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Monthly Food Bank #feedingsmalltowns

Thanks to Care Corps’ Lifehouse and the Food Security Taskforce for keeping Scribner in mind when it came to helping out those who need it most. On the LAST TUESDAY

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Scribner City Council in a Second

Highlights from June 22nd’s City Council meeting: The pool will open in early July at no charge, not limited to Scribner residents and up to 172 capacity. The slide and

City Council Meeting // June 22, 2020

SCRIBNER CITY COUNCILJune 22, 20206:30 P.M. **Our city council meetings are streamed LIVE on our Facebook page –City of Scribner Roll Call & Pledge of Allegiance Citizen Comments. Approval of

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You Got the PPP & EIDL Money…Now What?

The Paycheck Protection Program rolled out shortly after many had already applied, but had not yet received, the Economic Injury Disaster Loan grant. Most gave up hope with the Small

Playgrounds OPEN

According to the Three Rivers Public Health Department, public parks will open again June 1st. However, the picnic shelters in the City Park will remain closed for construction. Stay tuned

Website Facelift

We will be working on our website through the next few months so it may not be utilized with posts as often as it has in the past. If you

City Council Meeting // May 27, 2020

SCRIBNER CITY COUNCILMay 27, 20206:30 P.M. **Our meetings are now back OPEN to the public for those wishing to attend (social distancing will be observed). It can also be streamed

Small Town Life, Small Town Service

Did you know Scribner has a pharmacy? Did you know the prescription prices at Scribner Drugstore are typically less than those charged by big chain stores? What makes our town’s

Birthday Lights & Sirens

Our team of Scribner Fire & Rescue volunteers have families too and they know how hard COVID-19 has been on everyone. Let our volunteers help make your child’s birthday special!

Hittin’ the Bricks // Cruise Night

Starting: May 2nd @ 6pm. It’s definitely an odd time we’re living in right now, and some are having a hard time adjusting to the isolation. Scribner would like to


WHAT IS THE BIG GIVE? The Big Give event is a 24-hour fundraiser for area charities and projects in your community. But with the recent COVID-19, the Big Give will

COVID-19 Loan Relief // Now what?

This is what we know so far: —Paycheck Protection Program— As of Thursday (April 16, 2020) mid-morning, the $349 billion had all been accounted for. Congress was supposed to be

Cruise Night POSTPONED

We have decided to postpone Scribner’s Cruise Night for a couple of reasons. It was quickly brought to our attention that there was a concern about it being scheduled on

Scribner Awarded $60,000

On behalf of the State of Nebraska’s Economic Development, the City of Scribner was recently awarded funds toward the renovation of Mohr Auditorium. Under the Civic and Community Center Financing

Paycheck Protection Program // Resources

Two of the most popular questions lately have been, “What is the Paycheck Protection Program and how can I apply?” Keep reading to find out your options. While the city’s


SCRIBNER, NE — Regulations and information are constantly changing regarding the Small Business Loan application and approval under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The City of

COVID-19 UPDATE: Small Business Loans

The City of Scribner realizes our small town is going through trying times right now. We are doing our best to offer our businesses and residents every resource out there

COVID-19 UPDATE: Communities Affected

WASHINGTON, March 25, 2020 – USDA Rural Development has taken a number of immediate actions tohelp rural residents, businesses and communities affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. Rural Development willkeep our

City Wide Clean Up

Looking to get rid of some junk? Well, come on down to Scribner’s City Wide Clean up Day, held Saturday, April 4, 2020, from 8am to 5pm. It will be

COVID-19 UPDATE: City Office Closed to Public

Due to COVID-19, the city offices will remain open with certain modifications in place: 1. Inner doors will be locked2. Entrance by appointment only: (402)664-32313. Utility bill payment options:•Cash/Check in

Our City’s Response to the Coronavirus

The City of Scribner, its board of health and Scribner Fire and Rescue are following the Coronavirus protocol via Three Rivers Public Health Department in collaboration with the Dodge County

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Job Opening

Due to retirement, the City of Scribner is accepting applications for the position of Utility Superintendent. This position requires a licensing in water and wastewater. Experience and/or training with electricity,