Friday, April 10, 2020

Exeter's Cruise Night!!!

Exeter-Milligan senior Kayla Geiger and Nebraska Lutheran Senior Sam Otte dressed up in their finest for Cruise Night and despite the many important events that the Covid-19 virus has cancelled they didn’t let it interfere with one more event.  

Friends and neighbors from Exeter and surrounding communities got to wave and honk at each other from their vehicles Saturday night as the town held a cruise night.  Cars starting filling up main street around 6:30 p.m. and by 7:30 nearly 100 cars had come and gone.  Cruisers continued their steady stream downtown until after 10 p.m.  Several residents chose to watch the cruisers from their front porches. The event, organized by residents Tara Due and Kim Gloystein, was a success in their book, “We are so happy with the turn out.  I know it lifted our spirits seeing everyone’s happy faces,” quipped Gloystein.

Kenny and Lisa Soukup watched the cruisers from their front porch on Friday night.

Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Exeter Public Library Catalog Available Online

The Exeter Public Library now has their entire catalog available to browse online.  You can look at the catalog here

Librarian Lynette Trauger is available during limited hours at the library but you can also send an email with what you would like to borrow at or call and leave a message at 402-266-3031.

The catalog is a work in progress.  Currently, Trauger is adding descriptions about each book to the catalog.  Books may be picked up curbside at the library.  Please include your cell phone number in the email or message so that Trauger can contact you about when you will be outside the library for pick up.

Monday, April 6, 2020

Schools Officially Closed/Sports Season Cancelled

By order of the government Exeter-Milligan schools will be closed for the rest of the 2019-2020 school year.  Also, due to the COVID-19 virus the NSAA has cancelled the spring sports season.