Shame on you! I returned to Memorial Cemetery after the Memorial Day holiday to pick up the wreath I had left on my deceased children’s grave only to discover it was not there. When I called the cemetery office to ask about it, I was told that was not a surprise that someone had stolen it.
I am sickened by what occurred at Tuesday’s (Fremont) City Council meeting with regard to item 22 of the agenda.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Fremont Area Association of Retired School Personnel (FAARSP). In celebration of this milestone, Fremont’s Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a Chamber Coffee at First United Methodist Church at 8th and Broad streets.
Whether it is legal or illegal for (Fremont City) Council members to play Keno no longer matters. Last Tuesday night (June 27), our job was simple enough: Just decide whether there should be a formal hearing to resolve the question.
Although I think it is very important to know and understand how our politicians feel about different subjects, I dislike the fact that the Fremont Tribune utilizes the Opinion page for this.
In late June of 1973, I was struck by a truck while working, a summer job, for the Nebraska State Highway Department. This resulted with me losing both legs, above the knees, at the age of 17.
We thank God for the many ways we saw His faithfulness through the storm. One of the ways was the help and care of people. We are overwhelmed by your kindness and your hard work and your quick response. Your help made all the difference.
I want to express my heartfelt thanks to the five city council members who voted against removing the book, “This Book is Gay,” from Keene Memorial Library.
You may have noticed in several of the Saturday Tribunes photos of FAARSP (Fremont Area Association of Retired School Personnel) members volunteering in various ways. This is really what our organization is all about — serving others.
Thank you LeAnn Rathke
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and The Bridge is hosting a few events to show our support for those who have been impacted by sexual assault and remind everyone that we can all play a role in creating a safer and more supportive community.
March 14 was “Learn about Butterflies Day,” and this is my first year of discovering the importance of these pollinators in relationship to food security. I honestly have been living in the big city, most of my adult life, which has caused a separation between myself and the natural processe…
Keene Memorial Library has been in the headlines for not so positive reasons. But KML has so very much to offer and is truly a hub for the public.
I feel a great concern for our community when books with such apparently graphic obscene passages can't even be quoted in our Fremont Tribune, but are considered appropriate for children. Anything that obscene doesn’t need to be read by adults either.
I’m a resident of Lincoln but have seen samples of pages from books housed in your library that are way beyond the parameters of decency. To make such material available to children and teens should be the decision of parents in the family, and with great thought about purpose and possible c…
After reading the opinion from Rae Tuff I must wholeheartedly express my agreement concerning Jeff Forward.
As a veteran educator, I have had the pleasure of teaching a few thousand students. Regardless of the subject, I have often found myself teaching social skills. These include “following instructions,” “disagreeing appropriately,” and “getting an adult’s attention,” among many others. However…
For some time, we were left with no coverage on important issues going on with the city.
As a nation, we held our breath when Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field from sudden cardiac arrest. And then we cheered when we learned he was going to survive.
When I was a youngster and I’d ask my mother a question, she would tell me to get on my bike, go to the library and look it up! Kids today do not get on their bike and pedal, pedal. They get on their mouse and click, click.
I’d just like to comment on the book ban issue that’s happening currently.
At the Jan. 31 City Council meeting an auto sales lot was approved with a conditional use permit. I had no issue with the lot being allowed, however, I have a problem with the process by which it was approved.
It’s happening every day in America. Doctors and, in some locales, school personnel are pressuring parents to allow “gender affirming” surgeries on underage children.
Once again the six councilmen (James Vaughan, Sally Ganam, Lori Lathrop, Dev Sookram, Tad Dinkins and Mark Jensen himself) have denied another councilman’s ability to discuss a matter that concerns the citizens of Fremont.
Hello Fremont! I’m just an old lady from Lincoln that wants to stick her nose into Fremont’s. Please allow me.
I have not been attending city council meetings due to an injury so my knowledge is not first hand. I would also have to say it’s not gossip as it is reported in the Fremont Tribune and my husband attends those meetings passing along firsthand knowledge of the conduct reported in the Tribune.