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Full Service Camping, New Fees Come to Davis Creek Recreation Area

Mar 28, 2017

Campers now have access to electrical and water hook-ups at Davis Creek Recreation Area south of North Loup.  The 42 new full service camp sites, a new coin-operated shower house, and new vault toilets are part of a multi-phase improvement project at the recreation area. A second expansion phase, underway soon, will include a second boat ramp, a fish cleaning station, an RV sanitary dump, and a new…

LLNRD Recognizes Former Senator Sullivan

Jan 30, 2017

The Lower Loup Natural Resources District honored former 41st District State Senator Kate Sullivan with a plaque at the NRD Board's January meeting. Vice-Chairman Jim Eschliman read an inscription on the plaque, which stated the NRD's appreciation to the senator for eight years of exemplary service to District 41 and the LLNRD. General Manager Leon "Butch" Koehlmoos thanked the senator for her help…

Lower Loup NRD Board Re-elects Officers

Jan 17, 2017

There will be no change in leadership on the Lower Loup Natural Resources District Board of Directors in 2017.  At their meeting in December, the NRD Board unanimously approved re-electing the officer slate. Joseph Citta, Jr. of Columbus will serve as Board Chairman for another term.  Jim Eschliman of Ericson was approved as Vice Chairman and the Secretary will be Henry "Hank" Thoene of Burwell.  The…

Rasmussen Retires From NARD Board

Jan 17, 2017

After over two decades of service, a North Loup man has decided to end his run as the Lower Loup Natural Resources District’s representative to the Nebraska Association of Resources Districts (NARD).  Dean Rasmussen finished a 24-year stint as the LLNRD’s representative to the NARD Board of Directors at the end of 2016.  Rasmussen asked to not be re-appointed and will be replaced by Jim Eschliman…

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