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Springfield Wednesday Newsletter: October 21, 2020


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The Sarpy County Sheriff's Office along with Sarpy County Human Services has established a help line for the citizens of Sarpy County during the COVID-19 pandemic event. Starting today, people who are sick, elderly, or caretakers of this demographic in Sarpy County may call the Sarpy County Sheriff Helpline at 402-593-1593 for needs such as picking up prescriptions, groceries, or other necessities. A uniformed Sarpy County Sheriff's Deputy will pick up and deliver these items in a marked police cruiser. This helpline may also be utilized by the general public to make non-emergency police reports via telephone that do not require a police officer present in their home.

The following providers are participating in this program:

Walmart in Papillion
Target in Papillion (Groceries Only)
Bakers at 36th St & Twin Creek Dr
Bakers at 801 Galvin Rd (Pharmacy Only)
Springfield Drug (Pharmacy Only)

Please check the Sheriff's Office website and Facebook Page for any new updates to this program.

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We are open for IN-PERSON worship!  We will continue to stream LIVE on Facebook.  We are asking for pre-registration for attendance.  Please contact the office 402-253-2270 to get your reservation!

Sunday Services at 9:30am


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WOW-TV Farm Family of the Week, November 9, 1969

Local Springfield farmer, Orval Keyes was elected to three terms in Nebraska state legislator for District 3 from 1968-1980. He was born on October 31, 1913 at the family farmstead two and half miles northwest of Springfield. During his time in the state legislature, he served as chairman of the revenue committee. In 1978, he was one of the original sponsors of a seven percent limit in increases in local government spending.   On November 9, 1969, State Senator & Mrs. Keyes and family were the featured WOW-TV Farm Family of the Week. It was noted that the Keyes family farmed 200 acres and had 7,500 head of cows and calves east of Springfield. Before becoming a State Senator, Keyes bought and fed 1,500-2,000 hogs a year and fed 200-300 head to cattle. Except for the combining, he and Mrs. Lois Keyes did most of the farming.


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October 9, 2020


Autumn Sky Burns, Coordinator, Tobacco Education & Advocacy of the Midlands, (402) 276-2976



Papillion, NE-  Each year from October 23 to 31, individuals, schools, and communities across the United States show their commitment to a healthy, drug-free lifestyle by wearing or displaying the red ribbon. Red Ribbon Week raises awareness of drug use and the problems related to drugs faced by individuals, families, and communities. This annual health observance encourages parents, educators, business owners, and other community organizations to promote drug-free lifestyles.

Tobacco Education & Advocacy of the Midlands (T.E.A.M.) is hosting a FREE Drive-In Movie at Falconwood Park in Bellevue on October 22nd to kick off Red Ribbon Week. This “Be Happy. Be Brave. Be Drug Free” event includes a tobacco-free family-friendly movie showing of “Hocus Pocus” for 100 vehicles free of charge. T.E.A.M. will provide each vehicle a complimentary goodie bag that includes a red ribbon. Anyone 18 years or older can register for a parking pass at Only one person in each vehicle needs to register for a pass, and they are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Social distancing measures will be taken and masks are required when outside of a vehicle. 

“As many community events and activities have been postponed or canceled, we wanted to provide a safe experience for people to leave their homes and watch a movie in a tobacco-free setting outdoors – at no cost to them,” said Autumn Sky Burns, T.E.A.M.’s Outreach Coordinator for Sarpy County. 

Falconwood Park will open at 5:30 p.m. for the 7 p.m. showing. Audio will be enabled through each car’s FM radio, and on-site attendants will guide vehicles to their parking spots and check that everyone follows the Sarpy Cass Health Department COVID-19 Event and Gathering Safety Plan. No tobacco or alcohol use is allowed inside or out of vehicles.

T.E.A.M. is a community coalition of organizations, educational and community groups, and individuals that meet monthly to educate and advocate for healthy tobacco-free communities. For more information, call 402-593-3022, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or


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Please support Springfield’s local businesses during this difficult time.

Springfield Artworks is still temporarily closed to protect the owners and the customers.They will post here when they feel it is safe to Re-open.

Black Sheep Coffee House

Sweet Rice Thai Food: (402) 714-4516

Runza Restaurant

Trojan Tavern: (402) 253-2333

Valentino’s Pizza: (402) 253-2491

Wicked Hen Farmhouse Café breakfast, lunch & some evenings: (513 )721-6877

Springfield Drug & Soda Fountain

Ace Hardware

Soaring Wings Vineyard

B&D Pit Stop

These and all Springfield businesses need your support to survive these difficult times.


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Scam calls up, and now they’re texting, too

           Omaha Public Power District is receiving an increased number of customer reports of scam phone calls the past several days

       We’re hearing about a new tactic. Scammer are reaching out to some customers via text messages. Either way, their goal is the same – to fool customers and steal their money.

          Scam calls pick up several times a year, and the numbers seem to be increasing since the pandemic began. It’s happening all across the country. Callers try to take advantage of customers by falsely identifying themselves as utility employees and claiming customers have overdue bills. In some cases, they claim customers need to pay for equipment, such as meters. They often use “spoofing” technology so that the calls appear to be legitimate.

          The callers try to get their targets to give up credit, debit or checking account information over the phone to make a payment, or to purchase a pre-paid debit card, such as a Green Dot card, from a nearby store. With purchased cards, they instruct customers to call them back with the numbers. They threaten to disconnect service soon if customers do not pay.

         We are getting new reports of scammers texting customers, as well. In these cases, they’re demanding payment via a bar code.

          OPPD stresses that none of these people demanding payments or financial information works for the utility. The utility never cold calls customers demanding payment. And it does not accept payment in the form of pre-paid debit cards.

Additionally, Some customers have reported receiving phone calls from callers who claim to be OPPD employees, and instructing customers to go to various west Omaha “kiosk” locations to pay in person. These are NOT OPPD kiosks. And OPPD would never cold call customers demanding they make payment at a kiosk.

 Customers have told us that the callers are alleging these kiosks are to allow for “contactless payment” in light of COVID -19. The scammers then followed up on their phone calls by texting customers a QR code, like the kind that makes payment via bitcoin. They instruct customers to use that code to make a payment.

Again, these types of kiosks are NOT used by OPPD. This is just one more method thieves are using in our digital world to try and take utility customers’ money. And they are using the pandemic to take advantage.

 We continue to advise customers:

  • Never give personal or financial information to a stranger during an unsolicited phone call.
  • If such a person should appear unannounced at one’s door, claiming to work for the utility, do not allow them inside. Always ask for identification or verification. OPPD employees always carry identification. Failure to produce identification is a tip-off to the customer that something is wrong.
  • Be suspicious of any emails you receive regarding your utility bill if you have not opted in to online communications from OPPD.
  • Never provide personal information via email, and do not click on suspicious links.
  • Do not respond to text messages seeking personal information or utility bill payments. Do not click on links within such messages.
  • Never turn off security systems for any reason if a stranger asks. Any customer who receives such a request should call law enforcement immediately.

          Customers with questions about making a payment, or about their account in general, should always call OPPD directly. Within Omaha, the number is 402-536-4131.

          Outside of Omaha, customers should call 1-877-536-4131.



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Elmwood Rescue relies heavily on donations, fundraising and 911 calls to fund our ambulance service since we don't get any Tax Money.  We are 100% self-sufficient on those options.  We use the money to help with upkeep and maintenance on our equipment and vehicles.  We also provide Free EMS standbys at all E-M Knight Home Football games, yearly scholarships to high school seniors, training for our members, reimbursement for new EMTs on our service (it costs approximately $1,500 to send 1 student to EMT class).

Below is the link to sign up.  Everyone that signs up before October 15th will get a T-Shirt and a Medal.  Anyone who signs up after October 15th will not be guaranteed a medal. 


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 2020 10 04 New look CCMT 1

The Cornhusker Country Music Theater is gradually getting a NEW LOOK!

As of now, the top front is still old barn board, but there is a new, white metal awning where the old shake shingles used to be and below that, new, Cornhusker red, metal siding. Little by little, the whole front will have a new, fresher look.

The CCMT is a nonprofit organization that operates solely on the tax-deductible donations of generous donors.

Admission to all of our live, family-friendly shows is only $4 for all those over 13 and FREE to those younger.

We have a small dance floor and encourage you to bring your friends and loved ones to join us for a good, clean, old-fashioned musical experience.

Call for more information, 800-487-8797, ext 211 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

We're located at 211 Main Street, Louisville, NE.




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Buy or Sell with the Best!

 Molly Amick

It's a great time to buy OR Sell.
Call me today for a
FREE Market Analysis of your home!


3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 1634 sq ft
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