A Nebraska Wesleyan senior biology student has been awarded
the University of Nebraska Medical Center's (UNMC) highest honor for
undergraduate research presentations at the Nebraska Academy of Sciences.
Allee Kuska of Exeter has been honored with a $500 award for her presentation on innate immune responses to virus infections of the respiratory tract. The award was presented at the annual Nebraska Academy of Sciences, held in April.
Exeter-Milligan school board has accepted the resignation of four teachers and the elementary principal at the end of the 2010-2011 school year. Leaving are Elementary Principal MariLyn Poppert, Grant Gabel, Chris Lewandowski, Susan Wait and Karen Kahler. Laura Kroll will be the new elementary principal, Shelly Mueller will teach fourth grade, Brent Zoubek will teach fifth grade and Jordan Marr and Matt Nicholas will join the high school staff.
Exeter-Milligan Senior Heather Pribyl was named as the York News Times Female Athlete of the Year.
The Exeter Aquatic Center is scheduled to open for it's third season on Monday, May 30th starting at 1:30 p.m. New this year to the pool will be a toddler slide and an aquatic wheelchair. The two new items were made possible by donations and grant money. Rhonda Stokebrand, a former manager of the pool and pool committee member has faithfully pursued raising the funds for these two projects.
The Village received $1,500 from the Mary F. Tous Charitable Foundation, to go toward both of the items, along with $400.00 from the Fillmore County Foundation. The Fillmore County Hospital donated $95.00 from their denim days fundraiser toward the wheelchair and the United Methodist Women donated $100.00 toward the wheelchair. Other donors to the project included Kenneth and LaVonne Guthrie and Harre Brothers.