Gage County Approves Road Paint Stripe Bid

BEATRICE – The Gage County Board today approved a contractor bid to do paint stripes on nearly 34 miles of asphalt roads.  Gage County Road and Bridge Chairman Terry Jurgens says the work would be ... Read More

NORFOLK - Dozens of area non-profits are benefiting from a day of giving Tuesday. The Norfolk Area Big Give was held Tuesday. Organizers say over $66,000 was raised for almost 30 northeast Nebraska non-profits. Big Give coordinator Anders Olson... Read More

BEATRICE – Beatrice Police this morning cited two 17-year-old males on suspicion of passing a counterfeit $50-dollar bill at a downtown bakery. Sergeant Jay Murphy says employees of the business noticed something strange about the bill. :... Read More

Omaha, Nebraska. - The father of an eight-year-old girl left with severe brain damage has  been convicted of drunk driving and child abuse following an October car crash. 36-year-old Benjamin Thompson is scheduled to be sentenced in August. He... Read More

LINCOLN - The rain couldn't decide if it wanted to stay or go at Highlands Golf Course in Lincoln on Tuesday, but it didn't matter to the Aurora Golf Team. Thanks to Alex Kubik's 71, the Aurora Huskies hold a seven shot lead (300) entering the fin... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. - Authorities in Lincoln are warning residents about an old technical support scam. Police say the scammer calls posing as Tech Support from companies such as Microsoft, Apple or Dell. Consumers will eventually receive an email di... Read More

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GRAND ISLAND, Neb.- A new pedestrian and bike path will add safety and comfort, according to at least one city official. This project is part a 2040 long range plan. According to Public Works Director John Collins, the path would cost $80,000:... Read More

AUBURN - In 1882, the two towns of Calvert and Sheridan combined into the city of Auburn in order to take the county seat from Brownville. Later on, residents wanted to celebrate the heritage of the two towns and organized Calvert-Sheridan Days. T... Read More

GRAND ISLAND, Neb.- Summer reading programs for young kids and teens starts soon. "Building a Better World"  will be held this Thursday from 7 to 8 pm and Friday from 10 to 11 a.m. "Water War" for kids from 11-18 meets Thursday, June 1, from 2... Read More