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What's happening in Nehawka

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Local Specials & Sales



A few months ago we came out with our own Private Label Sushi line, called Nori. This product has grown in variety very rapidly and we are excited to add a few new products!!!

Stop by your Asian Department and try some delicious new products! You can find these in our cold case with the rest of our Nori Sushi line or have them made to order!

Pictured are the following: Poke Bowl, Sashimi Platter and White Dragon Roll!!

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DJ DugoutDJ's Dugout Sports Bar



on Food & Drink Purchases!

Thanks for being a DJ's Dugout Loyalty Club member. 

See stores for details. Valid every Tuesday thru 8/29/17.


What's happening out and about.......


community wide garage sale

FREE Garage Sale listings - How it works

You are free to browse garage sales, and/or  register your own just click here ----> "Register Your Garage Sale"

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Thank you and visit again soon!


Private Music Lessons Available in The Old Avoca Schoolhouse

Discover your inner musician with Greenblatt & Seay in The Old Avoca Schoolhouse! Lessons are tailored for the needs of the individual student, and can include playing by ear, reading music, jamming, performing, and recording.  Greenblatt & Seay have been teaching folks of all ages how to play (violin, fiddle, guitar, mandolin, recorders, penny whistles, harmonicas, banjo, dulcimer, etc.) for over 30 years. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


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The next Food Distribution - 16 September 2017


Lofte Community Theatre


Show Dates: 

September 8-10 & 14-17
Thursday- Saturday at 7:00  PM
Sundays at 2:00 PM




August 19 - Almost Good, John & Bonnie Stephens

September 2 - Jamie Williams & Friends

September 16 - Irish Donahoo & Ty Seeger

September 30 -Fred Larson & Friends

October 14 - Anniversary Show

October 28 - Larry Hansen & Friends

November 11 - Warren Brewer & Friends

November 25 - Plum Tuckered

December 9 - Christmas Show for Young Musicians





Job Opportunities


-LOUISVILLE CARE CENTER has current opportunities for you!!! •FT and PT RN/LPN ($1500 Hire on BONUS!!!) •FT and PT CNA and Medication Aide ($1000 Hire on BONUS!!!)  •FT Restorative Nurse Manager. We offer a full benefit package. EOE. Call us at 402-234-2125  APPLY ONLINE at  Visit us at 410 West 5th Street or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


Immediate Openings at our

Assisted Living/Nursing Care Facility

for caring, devoted individuals.

We offer competitive wages & excellent benefits!

FT LPN/RN Charge Nurse (6 pm – 6 am)

FT CNA’s (2pm–10pm & 10pm-6am)

Weekends Only CNA’s  (All Shifts)

PT LPN/RN Charge Nurse (6 pm-6 am)

Call for an application to be mailed to you or

apply in person at

The Nebraska Masonic Home

1300 Avenue D

Plattsmouth, NE 68048

(402) 296-7300

Application also on-line at

EOE **Must pass pre-employment physical, drug test, & background checks.


-NOW HIRING: Mike Litke's Tree Service, entry level groundsman, 18yrs+, 
Murray. 402-676-8395


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Nehawka Bar and Grill is booming and we are searching for a line cook to join our team! If you have experience and flexibility please talk with us! Give Brian Miner or Sierra Baker a call at the bar 402-227-2122.


Recipe of the week...


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3 Ingredients Nutella Brownies

  • 1 cup (8oz/240g) Nutella
  • 2 eggs (or egg substitutes for brownies)
  • 10 tablespoons all purpose flour
  1. Put the Nutella, eggs and flour in a large bowl and mix until all ingredients are combines. The batter should be thick and shiny.
  2. Line a 2 inch deep 8 x 12 in baking trey with parchment paper. Pour the batter into your trey. Bake at 350F (180C) for 20-25 minutes.
  3. Remove from the oven and allow to cool fully before slicing. Enjoy!






Something a little Personal....

StephHoshorStephanie Hoshor

Thanks to Dr. McMordie for rushing into the night to help ensure the safty of this beautiful young lady and  save her family's vacation!

Doctors might not make house calls, but what about an airport call?

It happened early in the morning at Eppley Airfield when a Nebraska Medical Center neurosurgeon responded to a page and quickly drove to the airport in his pickup truck.

It wasn’t exactly a medical emergency. Because of a mix-up, Stephanie Hoshor, a 19-year-old with an implanted brain shunt, had been directed through a metal detector instead of an X-ray portal as her family asked.

“Oh, my God,” her mother shouted. “No, no, no, no!”

The problem is that the magnetic field of a metal detector could change the programming of the drainage shunt — Stephanie has a noncancerous brain tumor — and possibly lead to severe headaches or worse.

The family was booked on a 5:39 a.m. flight to Atlanta on Aug. 5, bound for a vacation in Mexico. It was almost 5 a.m. when the Hoshors went through security.

Her mom, Jennifer Hoshor, called the Nebraska Medical Center, which paged the neurology department. Dr. Joseph McMordie, a fourth-year resident, took the call.

He wasn’t Stephanie’s regular doctor, but he checked her medical chart and knew what to do.

Dressed in hospital scrubs, he drove to Eppley in less than 15 minutes, meeting mother and daughter at the terminal’s front curb.

“They were right where they said they would be,” he said, “so I hopped out.”

Said Stephanie: “He pulled up in his truck and swung it into park as fast as he could.”

With the clock ticking on their flight departure, it was dramatic. As Jennifer said, “It literally felt like we were in a movie.”

Dr. McMordie opened a suitcase carrying a device with dials that measure the pressure setting on the shunt. If the metal detector had changed the prescribed pressure level, it would be dangerous for Stephanie to board.

“It could lead to a host of complications,” the doctor explained last week. “Anywhere from headaches to over-drainage, and even brain hemorrhage if it goes on long enough.”

It took only two minutes to check, and he said it appeared that the metal detector hadn’t disrupted the setting. Steph was good to go, but McMordie said it was important to have it checked.

“I definitely wouldn’t want to be in Mexico for a week or two with the shunt on the wrong setting.”

With a Transportation Security Administration staffer escorting them, mother and daughter ran up the escalator, through the south terminal, past lines of people and through security to their gate — just before the door to their flight closed.

They could have caught a later flight, but they got on board as scheduled, joining Stephanie’s dad, James, and grandparents Pat and Al Hoshor.

A good time was had by all in Mexico, except that the Hoshors did no scuba diving because of Stephanie’s shunt.

The family lives in Murray, Nebraska, and Stephanie is a sophomore at Doane University, where she plays on the golf team, majors in journalism and is sports editor of the school newspaper, the Doane Owl.

She feels fine, she said, much better than during finals week in May when headaches started. She later became very ill and was taken to an ER.

A CT scan, a biopsy and an MRI discovered a baseball-size tumor, which can’t be removed. Stephanie had surgery to implant the shunt, which drains fluid in a tube down the inside of her neck to her torso, where it is safely absorbed.

She said she’ll live with the shunt the rest of her life.

On the departure date three weeks ago, mom Jennifer said, she had told a TSA agent that Stephanie couldn’t go through a metal detector. Mother and daughter got separated, and another agent asked whether Stephanie had any metal on her.

‘I told him yes,” she said. “A shunt and a plate in my head.”

Steph said he then ushered her though a metal detector. That’s when Jennifer said she “got a little panicky.” But she wasted no time in calling the med center, and was amazed at how fast things happened.

She is grateful for her daughter’s regular neurosurgeon, Dr. William Thorell, and for Dr. McMordie, who drove to the airport.

The TSA provided paperwork for Jennifer to file a complaint, but she said she won’t do so. She called it a learning experience for all.

Dr. McMordie said he was glad to help. “It was pretty rewarding, and a simple thing to do. It’s good that it worked out for everybody.”



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