Sibleyport is a beautiful small town located in Nebraska, America. Looking historically the town came to be by merging two villages located on neighbouring hills. The town had total population of 5117 in 2010 census making it one of the smallest cities in Nebraska. The exact date of villages founding is unknown but it is guessed that it occurred some time around year 1770. The villages merged 1852 under the name Sibleyport. The economy of Sibleyport relies on tourism and manufacturing. We’re currently attempting to boost the…
I am very pleased to announce that the petition of changing Sibleyport towns name has been successful and we are now proud townsfolk of We Rock City, which you will be able to show at our famous September Rock Festival!
Times, dates, and details have yet to be finalised but I can tell you that we’ve got a VERY high profile country music superstar interested in performing. I can’t name names right now but I can tell you that he’s a regular on the TV and has played concerts to over 60,000 people in 24 different countries around the world.
I know you want to hear more but you’ll just have to wait
For many years our lovely town of Sibleyport has been in a decline. Our shops and business districts closing down, our streets are in dismay, and our children are leaving for bigger cities. We are also facing a declining birthrate caused by financial troubles due to high number of unemployment.
Today we are happy to announce that during our last council meeting we have approved additional funding for festivals and events, as well as tourism businesses and organizations interested in undertaking tourism-related initiatives.
As the result of the huge interest of our youngest voters we have also created a petition to change our towns name into We Rock City. During our discussion with several private companies we were able to agree to a plan of hiring additional 500 workers by the end of November.
Welcome to official website of Sibleyport town.
We’ve decided to launch this blog as a way of connecting our beautiful town with the world. No longer do you have to be lucky enough to stumble upon our sleepy hamlet by taking the wrong turn and winding your way through Foresters Rd. You can now find out all about our beautiful city through the world wide web!
Many thanks must go the creative team behind this website (because our great Lord knows that I can’t put something like this together!)
Jenny Smalls, Wendy White, and Martha Cunningham of our IT department have done a beautiful job with the design, layout, and structure of the site. So first of all, thank you ladies!