Weeping Water Nebraska



The City of Weeping Water will be accepting water bill payments by debit or credit card or eChecks.  We will have more details at a later date.




There will also be a craft/vendor show at Gibson Hall during the day and many businesses will be having an open house and specials.  Be sure to check them out!


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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.

UPCOMING MENU - subject to change

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

turkey wild rice soup

ham & cheese spread sandwich

jello relish tray

deviled egg


Friday, December 5, 2014


baked potato

tomato & zucchini

cottage cheese w/fruit

pumpkin bar

Monday, December 8, 2014

chicken breast in gravy

mashed potatoes

green beans

fruit salad


Wednesday, December 10, 2014

ham loaf

hash brown casserole


lettuce salad

fruit & cookie


Nebraska Department of Labor provides a site free to companies to post their job orders and look for candidates.  Go to http://neworks.nebraska.gov to find this information.  

Between November 10th and November 21, 2014, Nebraska Department of Labor added just over 24 jobs to NEworks from the Weeping Water area employers. They made 1 referral to an individual who has indicated they are interestred in work opportunities in the Weeping Water area.  They have provided 1 employer service and encouraged them to use NEworks for posting jobs and finding qualified applicants in the Weeping Water area. 


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Curbside Recycling

For curbside recycling, QUALITY means:  ACCURACY of recyclable material (the right materials in the stream) AND CLEANLINESS of that material (clean and dry).

Put yourself in the shoes of a MRF operator:  trucks roll in day and night, loaded to the gills with recyclables and who knows what else, and they are charged with safely and efficiently sorting out the good from the bad from the best across a growing mix of materials.

3 things to consider

1.  Tangle free.  Long and stringy items, from garden hoses to Christmas lights and old wire to coat hangers, wreak havoc on equipment and create safety hazards for employees.  Don't forget plastic bags that gum up machinery at every turn.

2.  Recycle it right.  Just because it's recyclable somewhere doesn't mean it's recyclable at the MRF.  Clothing, electronics, food waste and car parts might make the grade at specific sites, but not at MRF.

3.  No garbage in = no garbage out.  Getting the right materials prepared the right way - clean and dry - keeps costs in line and makes the whole system work more smoothly. 

Examples of acceptable items for your curbside recycling:

Newspapers, magazines, envelopes, phonebooks, catalogs, printer paper, cardboard, food boxes, soda boxes, tissue boxes, milk cartons, juice cartons, aluminum cans and bottles, tin/steel cans, soda bottles, milk jugs and detergent containers.  All plastics with lids are acceptable.


The Lofte Community Theatre will usher in the holiday season on Saturday, December 6 with the hilarious family comedy, "Christmas Belles."  Written by Jessie Jones, 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 inadvertenly 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 6, 7, 12-14 and 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



Okay, you're busy.  It's the holiday season.  Ask your friends to each pick up a box of Christmas cards, put on a pot of coffee, get out the cookies, and sit around the table writing out cards for our military personnel.  This would be a great thing for your club or organization to do, too.  The cards need to be in Lincoln by December 8, so plan to mail them a couple of days before that.  Have fun and help brighten our heroes' holiday season!

Holiday Help_for_our_Heros


Spaghetti Feed


Healthy _Holidays


Happy Holidays


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