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Museum to host

The Robert Henri Museum and Art Gallery is pleased to announce that it will be sponsoring its annual Holiday at the Henri on December 6 and 7, 2019. The museum and gallery is located at 218 East 8th S... Read More

Judges, Lawyers, Media to Review Nebraska’s  50-year-old Bar-Press Guidelines

  Lincoln, Neb. (November 13, 2019) – Nebraska Bar-Press Guidelines, written almost 50 years ago, will be reviewed by a committee of the Nebraska State Bar Foundation to see if they need to be revised or if they remain relevant in today’s... Read More

Joe Diffie to Headline Sutherland Rodeo Concert

(Sutherland, Nebraska, November 15, 2019) – Country Superstar Joe Diffie, boasting hits such as “Pickup Man” and “John Deere Green” will headline the concert following the Sutherland Rodeo on July 3rd. Sutherland Longhorn Bar owner Tim Aden... Read More

Hastings man gets 3 years for causing brain damage to infant son

Hastings, Neb. -- A Hastings man has been given three years in prison for causing brain damage to his infant son. Adams County District Court records say 26-year-old Angel Gutierrez-Huerta also was sentenced last month to a year of probation. The ... Read More

Partnership Seeks LB840 Funds for Hemp Operation Centered in Scottsbluff

A new business has submitted an LB840 funding application to the City of Scottsbluff for an operation to grow hemp seed, process the crop, and ultimately retail some of the resulting products. Western Farms, LLC, a partnership of ag producers Mark... Read More

Request for Proposals Now Being Accepted for the New Home of Morton Statue

Lincoln, NE - 11/13/2019 - The Willa Cather National Statuary Hall Selection Committee is actively accepting applications to take ownership of the J. Sterling Morton statue currently displayed in Statuary Hall in Washington, DC. All applications m... Read More

Cambridge woman named NPCC Business Student of the Month

  A woman from Cambridge is North Platte Community College’s Business Student of the Month for November. Rebekah Farmer was nominated for the recognition by Kathleen McCune, Business and Office Technology instructor. “Rebekah Farmer is ... Read More

Man charged in Hastings slaying pleads to lesser charges

Hastings, Neb. -- A Hastings man initially charged with murder has pleaded guilty to attempted robbery and being an accessory to a felony. Adams County District Court records say 21-year-old Deante Mullen entered the pleas Monday after prosecutors... Read More

Enjoy Korean culture, cuisine Sunday on UNK campus

KEARNEY – The Korean Student Association at Kearney is hosting its ninth annual Korean Festival at 7 p.m. Sunday (Nov. 17) in the Nebraskan Student Union Ponderosa Room on the University of Nebraska at Kearney campus. The event, which is free ... Read More

NDOT Announces New Roadside Memorial Policy

November 13, 2019 (Lincoln, Neb.) — Today, the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) announces their new roadside memorial policy aimed at allowing an immediate family member to memorialize a death which occurred as the result of a vehicular... Read More

Grand Island police say meth overdoses killed 2 at motel

GRAND ISLAND, Neb. -  Police say two people whose bodies were found in a Grand Island motel room died of methamphetamine overdoses. The bodies of 38-year-old Joshua Perkins, of Grand Island, and 37-year-old Shannon Sybert, of Shelton, were found ... Read More