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Summer Photo Contest Voting

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Great memories were made this past summer in Valley County. Several of these moments were captured and submitted as part of the 2015-2016 Summer Fun Valley County Photo Contest. You now have a chance to vote for your favorite photo. …

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Intentional Discovery during School-to-Work

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Bill Philips, an American entrepreneur and author, wisely stated, “The difference between who you are and who you want to be is what you do.” Every opportunity to learn, discover and grow is invaluable. Creating opportunities for youth in our …

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Rolling Hills Subdivision Open House This Weekend

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Are you looking to build a new home in Ord? Or are you looking for a move-in-ready home? The City of Ord, along with several project partners, has completed a 37-lot housing development to meet the needs of our growing …

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Be a Part of School-to-Work with Ord High School

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If your business is interested in expanding your workforce, either short-term or long-term, and providing meaningful work experiences for local youth, consider being a part of Ord High School’s School-to-Work program.

Why should my business be involved with School-to-Work?

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KC Creations Photography – August 2016 Chamber Spotlight

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After 10 years of living across the United States, Kellie Carr decided it was time to come home to Burwell and start a new adventure with her mom, Becky. Becky had a lifelong interest in photography and Kellie had developed …

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Re-Pioneering the Loup Valley

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Unique jewelry, an expanded clothing line, original artwork and so much more continue being provided at CinTrese Boutique. Co-owners of the boutique Cindy “Cin” Struckman and Teresa “Trese” Lange are in their second year of providing customers with a one-of-a-kind …

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Re-pioneering the Loup Valley

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Coming to a news stand near you! Valley County Economic Development and the Ord Quiz have partnered to bring you even more good news from Valley County. “Re-pioneering the Loup Valley” will present 24 stories over the next 12 months …

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