Historic Main Street

Historic Main Street

The first white settlers arrived In March 1856. Elam Flower and Darrell Reed built a log house, which was used at various times as a church, a school, and a stable. In 1857 a post office named “Weeping Water” was established. It was 10 years before a village was platted and a store opened. The... Read More

Local Commerce

Local Commerce

Airport (sky diving), American Legion Club, Auto parts store, Auto repair shop, Banks and loan offices, Beauty shops,  Bookkeeping service, Building and construction firms, Car wash, Ceramic shops, City park, fishing lake & Campground, Community center, Community theater, Convenience stor... Read More

Weeping Water Park

Weeping Water Park

CAMPGROUND REGULATIONS: Camp fees:  Electrical - $15.00 per night     Tents: $7.00 per night All Campers must be parked on a camper pad.  One Camper per pad. One tent for immediate family allowed with camper.  Additional tents will each be charged $7.00 per night. ... Read More

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Weeping Water Newsletter - December 17, 2014


There is still openings available on the Planning Board and Board of Adjustment.  If you would be interested in serving on one or both of these committees, please call the City office at 402-267-5152.  Thank you for your consideration.


The public is invited to attend the Chamber of Commerce Holiday Banquet on Saturday, January 17, 2015 at Gibson Hall.  Social time starts at 6:30pm followed by a meal at 7:00pm provided by Slattery Vintage Estates.  Tickets will be available at Grandpa Snazzys, Upton's Market and the City office.  $6 per ticket or 2 for $10. There will also be a cash bar.

Awards will be announced for Community Service, Business of the Year and Business Person of the Year.  To vote, fill out the form and return no later then Monday, January 12th.

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Library Programs


Senior meals are available at the Hopper Community Center, 101 W Eldora Ave., Suite 3, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Call Ruth Vogt at 402-267-5303 to order a meal or schedule a delivery.


Wednesday, December 17, 2014

baked chicken

mash potatoes & gravy

green beans

lettuce salad

cake/ice cream

Friday, December 19, 2014



scalloped potatoes

peas & carrots



Monday, December 22, 2014

swiss steak & gravy

mash potatoes

california blend vegetables


Wednesday, December 24, 2014




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The Lofte Community Theatre will usher in the holiday season on Saturday, December 6 with the hilarious family comedy, "Christmas Belles."  Written by Jessie Jons, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, "Belle" is the story of three squabbling southern sisters trying to pull off their church's Christmas program.

Poor suffering Frankie is pregnant with twins and weeks past her due date.  Hot-flash suffering Honey Rae is trying to keep the Tabernacle of the Lamb's Christmas program from spiraling out of control and middle sister, Twink, is in jail for indavertently setting the town on fire.  Their hilarious holiday journey through a misadventure-filled Christmas Eve is guaranteed to bring joy to your world!  If you saw the Lofte's first season production, "Dearly Beloved," you will recognize many of the same colorful characters in this sequel.

Directed by Kevin Colbert, the play features Keri Hogue of Elmwood, Shari Hoelker of Omaha and Wendy Allen of Plattsmouth as the three Futrelle sisters.  The production also showcases the talents of Randy Wallace and Doug Rothgeb of Omaha, Ross Mumford and Ken Snyder of Elmwood, Kirsten Wood and Melinda Mead of Plattsmouth, Betty Colbert of Weeping Water and Alyssa DePaolo of Lincoln.

"Christmas Belles" runs December 19-21.  Friday and Saturday night curtain times are 7:30pm.  All Sunday performances are 2pm matinees.  Tickets are $19, but there are special reduced rates for groups of 20 or more.  Call the box office at 402-234-2553 to make reservations.


Pictured above:  Shari Hoelker, Keri Hogue and Wendy Allen


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Seeking person experienced in housing rehabilitation construction management.  Responsibilities include: application processing; client interviews; property inspections; work write-ups/specifications; cost estimating; construction monitoring; record keeping; homeowner counseling.  Experience in rural community setting desirable but not required.  Good written/oral communication skills required.  Background in Federal/State housing finance programs; grant administration, grant application development and building code inspections a plus.  Requires travel in southeast Nebraska.

Submit resume, references, salary history/requirements by January 9, 2015 to:  Southeast Nebraska Development District, 2631 "O" St., Lincoln NE 68510-1398 or email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . An Equal Opportunity Employer.  Full job description at www.sendd.org.

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