West Point City Council Approves Bidding Process/Tables Dog Park Letter

WEST POINT – The West Point City Council will start a bidding process for paving improvements in two parking lots at the Nielsen Community Center. Council members looked at drawings of the propos... Read More

COLUMBUS - Area leaders say Nebraska will be negatively affected if a proposed EPA ruling to lower ozone standards is passed, and U.S. Senator Deb Fischer conducted a field hearing with stakeholders to discuss the issue. The panel of four answer... Read More

WAYNE – Important topics were discussed during the Wayne County Board of Commissioners meeting this morning. The Wayne County Board of Commissioners met for their regular scheduled board meeting Tuesday morning in the Wayne County Courthouse mee... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Gov. Pete Ricketts has unveiled a new way to track the performance of Nebraska's economy, education, public safety, health and welfare. Ricketts announced Tuesday that the state will list various rankings on a public website... Read More

ALBION - A judge went against a plea agreement and handed out a stiffer sentence to a Petersburg man convicted of animal neglect. Sixty-six year old James Majerus was sentenced to six months in jail and five years of probation in Boone County Dist... Read More

WAYNE - Hospital staff, school staff and law enforcement met at Providence Medical Center on August 26 to walk through their response if the unimaginable happened. They met to participate in a tabletop drill for an event involving an active shoote... Read More

NORFOLK - The Norfolk Area Chamber's Green Council is no more. Chamber officials announced on Monday that the Chamber's Board of Directors is not re-activating the Green Council for the remainder of the year. The move comes as the board looks to r... Read More

NORFOLK - Fire damaged a downtown Norfolk building early Tuesday Norfolk Fire was sent to the Appeara uniform and linen company building at the corner of 2nd Street and Braasch Avenue around 3 a.m. Tuesday. Initial calls indicated that a warehouse... Read More

WISNER – The Wisner City Council met Monday night during a special meeting before finalizing and approving the budget during their next regularly scheduled meeting. The agenda covered concerns the council might have regarding what is currently i... Read More

WAYNE - LB439 is one of the 181 laws that went into effect Sunday, and may be the only one that could directly save a life. The bill gives underage drinkers the ability to call 911 when they themselves or someone with them might be suffering from ... Read More

NORFOLK - It’s not just German food, music, and beer that makes Oktoberfest a hit in Norfolk. The fourth year for Norfolk’s Oktoberfest celebration has organizers excited for an even bigger turnout than what they saw in 2014 as the event for f... Read More