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alvo news, june 22, 2016








Date Sunrise Sunset Sun hours Days until autumn
Wed, Jun 22 05:54 AM 09:01 PM 15:07 91
Thu, Jun 23 05:55 AM 09:01 PM 15:06 90
Fri, Jun 24 05:55 AM 09:01 PM 15:06 89
Sat, Jun 25 05:55 AM 09:01 PM 15:06 88
Sun, Jun 26 05:56 AM 09:01 PM 15:05 87
Mon, Jun 27 05:56 AM 09:01 PM 15:05 86
Tue, Jun 28 05:56 AM 09:01 PM 15:05 85

Sun hours for this week

Moon's last quarter at 1:15 PM on the 27th


ALVO NORTH NE 63 CONSTRUCTION UPDATE - Over 42 people from in and around Alvo attended the Nebraska Department of Roads informational presentation at the Fire & Rescue Station and Village Office on Thursday, June 16th. Sixteen members of the NDOR Right of Way Division, NDOR Engineering Division and three representatives of JEO Engineering were available to answer questions, concerns and show everyone the proposed changes to highway 63 north of Alvo to Church Road. They all emphasized that the plans are not final yet. The first phase construction is set to start in 2017 from April to October, when the highway will be closed to through traffic. From October 2017 to April 2018, the road will be open but will not have completed shoulders, driveways, etc. In April 2018, second phase to complete the new highway will be completed. Click HERE for full information on the NDOR web site.





20160614 NE trd

I told you all it wouldn't last. The drier (and hotter!) weather hit the upper panhandle last week. Click on the image above for complete coverage of the entire country, including Alaska and Hawaii. Notice that the entire area west of the Rockies is dry.



   And here's some history - some days are better than others.

June 22nd, 1933 - Germany became a one political party country when Hitler banned parties other than the Nazi party.

“Nazism seemed to many just an extreme version of what [most Germans] had always believed in or taken for granted. It was nationalistic, respectful of the armed forces, socially conservative, disdainful of laziness, hostile to eccentric or incomprehensive ideas that came from cities, disapproving of homosexuals and other unconventional human types, and avid to achieve ‘greatness’ for Germany. They welcomed parts of the Nazi political and social smorgasbord and told themselves that the rest was less important or was not meant seriously.” - Walter Rinderle and Bernard Norling, historians


June 23rd, 1972 - U.S. President Nixon and White House chief of staff H.R. Haldeman discussed a plan to use the CIA to obstruct the FBI's Watergate investigation.

"Watergate was a constitutional crisis of the highest order." - Tom Brokaw


June 24th, 1947 - Kenneth Arnold reported seeing flying objects over Mt. Rainier, Washington.

Arnold's Report


June 25th, 1876 - Lt. Col. Custer and the 210 men of U.S. 7th Cavalry were killed by Sioux and Cheyenne Indians at Little Big Horn in Montana. The event is known as "Custer's Last Stand."

"Benteen, come on, big village, be quick, bring packs." - Message from Custer


June 26th, 1985 - Wilbur Snapp was ejected after playing "Three Blind Mice" during a baseball game. The incident followed a call made by umpire Keith O'Connor. LA Times Obituary

"I've never questioned the integrity of an umpire. Their eyesight, yes." - Leo Durocher


June 27th, 1927 - The US Marines adopted the English bulldog as their mascot.



 June 28th, 1976 - The first women entered the Air Force Academy. 16AFA1

1996 - The Citadel voted to admit women, ending a 153-year-old men-only policy at the South Carolina military school. 


2000 - The U.S. Supreme Court declared that a Nebraska law that outlawed "partial birth abortions" was unconstitutional. About 30 U.S. states had similar laws at the time of the ruling.

"If men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament." - Florynce Kennedy


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