Buy A Burger, Fund Cancer Research At Ta-Ta’s For Teri Burger Bash Saturday

WAYNE – Those in Wayne on Saturday can help raise money for breast cancer research and get what Ta-Ta’s For Teri organizer, Steve McLagan, calls “the best burger in town.” The biannual Ta-Ta... Read More

COLUMBUS - A band on its farewell tour took time to share some tricks of the trade with local youth musicians. On its 50th Anniversary Farewell Tour the Barbary Dixieland Show Band, stopped in Columbus to put out a workshop at Immanuel Lutheran i... Read More

COLUMBUS - Nebraska State Chamber representatives stopped in Columbus Wednesday morning to go over the upcoming topics they will be focusing on during the upcoming 2017 legislative session. Nebraska State Chamber President Barry Kennedy says the ... Read More

COLUMBUS - Fourth graders from several local schools had the opportunity to learn all about animals on Wednesday. More than 200 kids came to Ag. Park for Day 2 of the UNL Extension and 4-H "Animals Inside & Out" Day. The elementary stude... Read More

NORFOLK, NE — Five years ago, almost to the week, The Zone reopened thanks to United Way. According to Director of The Zone, Julee Pfeil they had lost their funding in 2010 and had to start over as a nonprofit. “It really was with the boost... Read More

WAYNE – The Business & Industries Committee, formerly known as Wayne Industries, put up a 20,000 square foot spec building in 2007-2008. That building, currently housed by Williams Form, will be expanding in 2017. Williams Form Engineering (... Read More

WAYNE – If you’re looking to sell your “treasures,” but don’t have enough for a garage sale, the Wayne Public Library can help with their Treasure In The Trunk event Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. During the sale, members of the public... Read More

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Some Northeast Nebraska Tribal communities are getting federal funds to help with community development projects. Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack announced $9 million of federal funds at the 8th Tribal Nations Conference in Washington,... Read More

At about 4 months old, Bella is the perfect age for adoption.  Her origin is unknown as she was discovered in the machine shed on the Rescue property.  A funny little girl who drapes like she has no bones, Bella is very affectionate and purrs readi... Read More

MADISON - Blood taken from a Norfolk man accused of vehicular homicide will be allowed as evidence at his upcoming trial. In a decision filed Tuesday, Madison County District Court Judge Mark Johnson overruled four motions to suppress blood and ur... Read More

COLUMBUS - One person was hospitalized Wednesday morning  after hitting a parked car and launching it into a neighboring yard. Columbus Police say a man was driving a red Pontiac Catalina westbound on 6th Street when he rear-ended a ford explorer... Read More