On Tuesday morning Western Nebraska Real Estate celebrated their new location with a Chamber ribbon cutting. The new location in Alliance is at 612 West 3rd Street. The WNRE team says, “it’ll be a good location…right on 3rd Street… nice and visible.” The employees consist of Heather Jensen, Cindy Randall, Jim Weinman, and Larry Steggs.
“Be Creative, Get Messy, and Have Fun” with art is what Studio A in downtown Alliance is all about. Owner Ashley Dudden is a 2005 Alliance High School graduate who made her dreams a reality in her hometown with her business. She is celebrating her business’ one-year anniversary today with a ribbon cutting by the Alliance Chamber of Commerce. Studio A is an art studio that offers art classes, painting parties for kids and adults, paint nights, art supplies, custom artwork, and custom vinyl T-shirts. Dudden says, “I grew up downtown, and always wanted to come back.” Studio A is located in downtown Alliance at 424 Box Butte Ave. You can listen to a full audio interview below.
Dudden’s mother Deb Thiems is the owner of Special Stitches, a familiar Alliance business, located in the same building. Thiems says, “It’s good to be back…I’ve been sewing for 30 years.” She does custom logos, embroidery, commercial quilting, mending, and sewing.
Accoriding to Terri Haynes, “Andie Rising the proprietor of Bean Broker in Chadron gave a generous donation of quarters to the Quarters for Aquatics Campaign. She saved the quarters from the arcade games located in her business and donated them to this community cause. As excitement builds for the completion of the Aquatics Center, please continue to collect quarters, coins, bills, and personal piggy bank. We are still trying to reach our goal of $25,000. You are welcome to take your filled banks to the First National Bank of North Platte in Chadron. The Quarters for Aquatics Committee will also host an event to bring your personal banks to the new pool once it is open.”
Chadron is a community rich in hometown values, and those values are reflected in passionate local businesses like Outlaw Printers. Outlaw Printers is located in downtown Chadron at 218 Main Street and on the Chadron State College campus with their store called, “Gameday”. A client and fan in the Chadron area said, “Outlaw Printers always comes through with the great quality and design they are known for. They have gone the extra mile and service is always timely and 1st rate. 5 stars from this fan.”
According to their website, http://www.outlawprinters.com, they “are a retail store offering Chadron State College apparel, hats, stadium chairs and promotional items. We also carry Chadron High School and Hemingford High School custom clothing. Outlaw Printers offers custom screen printing, embroidery and heat press to personalize your gear or outfit your employees and customers with your personal logo to advertise your business. Outlaw printers also offers a full range of printing services including custom letterhead, envelopes, business cards, invoices, wedding and graduate invitations, blueprint copies, lamination, GBC binding, and many more services.”
Eagle Radio News Director Kalin Krohe spoke with Owner of Outlaw Printers Matt Reeves about the history of his business, what Reeves’ favorite things about Chadron are, their different locations, and why people should trust Outlaw Printers with their next project.