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Nebraska Convention of States Project Town Hall in McCook on Sun., Nov. 26

Learn How the States Can Save America with Nebraska State Senator Steve Halloran Omaha, Ne. -- The Convention of States (COS) Project is pleased to announce a Meet-and-Greet about the 2018 Nebraska... Read More

Stay warm this season with energy-saving tips from NPPD

Columbus, Neb. – ‘Tis the season for cold temperatures but we all want our family gatherings to be warm and cozy without the electric bill climbing. “This time of year it is common to see electric bills go up because homeowners use more el... Read More

Fatal train/van accident under investigation near Brady

On November 22, 2017 at 5:43 p.m., Lincoln County Deputies were advised of a van/train accident near mile marker 202 Highway 30. This location is roughly two miles east of Brady, NE. at a private railroad crossing. Deputies and Brady Resc... Read More

Voters recall 2 board members in western Nebraska town

SUTHERLAND, Neb.  -- Voters have recalled two village board of trustee members in the western Nebraska community of Sutherland. The unofficial vote count showed John Lutz losing his seat by a tally of 280-215 in Tuesday's voting, and Ray Ravenscr... Read More

Open House and dedication of new municipal building planned in Scribner

A dedication and open house is being planned for the new Furstenau Municipal Building in Scribner Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017. Doors will open at 2 p.m. with a short program at 2:15 p.m. followed by ribbon cutting ceremonies and tours of the new facility.... Read More

Open house held for new Seward County Justice Center

SEWARD, Neb. - An open house was held on Tuesday to showcase the three-story, $14 million Seward County Justice Center. The brand new Justice Center, which opened in May of this year, contains a 66 bed jail, County Sheriff Office, County and Distr... Read More

Nebraska city may change Sunday morning hard liquor ban

COLUMBUS, Neb. (AP) _ Officials of an eastern Nebraska city are considering a proposal that would allow hard liquor sales on Sunday mornings. Under current laws in Columbus, businesses are allowed to sell beer and wine starting at 6 a.m. on Sunday... Read More

Four men arrested in theft from home construction site

The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office has arrested four men in connection with theft from a new home construction site near Lake Maloney. It was reported on Monday, November 20th. Several thousand dollars in tools were taken. A canvas of... Read More

Stamford woman charged in Holdrege traffic fatality

A woman faces several charges in connection with a fatality accident in Holdrege this past summer. It occurred around 5:02pm on June 28, 2017 as 86-year-old Aldon Thieszen of Holdrege was struck by a vehicle while crossing a street. He later d... Read More

Grant helps Northeast Nebraska Behavioral Health Network expand efforts

LINCOLN--Rural Nebraska is in desperate need of more mental health and behavioral health resources, according to the director of the Northeast Nebraska Behavioral Health Network. According to the 2017 County Health Rankings, a 24-county region... Read More

Nebraska, Iowa students raise awareness of veteran suicide

OMAHA, Neb.  --  Student veterans from Nebraska and Iowa have joined together in a nine-day march to raise awareness of veteran suicide ahead of a football game between the two universities. The Omaha World-Herald reports that the student vetera... Read More