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In 1904, a group of Holdrege businessmen gathered to talk about the benefits of working together for their common good and the good of the community.
Holdrege was 20 years old, growing and prosperous. If they pooled resources, they reasoned, they could do far more than any of them could on their own.
Oct 2, 2015
Speaker Hadley: Nebraska must be more competitive on taxes
(Kearney Hub) -- KearneyHub.com reports that Nebraska Chamber staff spoke to Kearney area business and community leaders at the Kearney Chamber's legislative forum held earlier this week. Also at the ...
Sep 30, 2015
Annual Chamber Legislative Update Luncheon Held In Holdrege Recently
The Holdrege Area Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Nebraska State Chamber of Commerce and Industry, coordinated their annual fall Legislative Update Tuesday, September 22 during a noon luncheon ...
Sep 23, 2015
Holdrege Pump & Pantry is sure to ‘get you going’!
by Sierra Klein Bosselman’s acquired its first store in 1971 and in 1975, acquired the future marking rights to the Pump & Pantry name. Pump & Pantry has grown ...
On the wall in an office downtown, a tree stretches out its branches, its leaves full of verdant growth. Lindsay Warning, 2015 graduate of Holdrege High School, painted the image which not only serves as a decoration, but also a metaphor. Though the design is meant to be an actual tree, it also describes the philosophy of the agency: to help others grow, whether they are buying their first home, expanding to a larger house, or looking for an investment property.
Owners Scott and Michelle Boulware have watched their own family tree grow since they moved to Holdrege in ...