New Fields to Bring Bright Future For Genoa Baseball

GENOA - Genoa baseball looks to have a bright future, thanks to the continued improvements being made at the local ballfields. Baseball Field Project Committee Chairman Chad Buhl says they are hol... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Organ donor statuses on Nebraska driver's licenses will remain in effect until a citizen asks to change it. Gov. Pete Ricketts signed a measure Thursday to change current state law, which requires license holders to update t... Read More

(Wayne) - More than 1,000 students at Wayne State College were named to the Dean's List for exemplary academic achievement during the past semester. Students listed on the dean's list are full-time undergraduate students who have achieved a GPA ... Read More

COLUMBUS - Police continue investigation of a burglary after multiple storage units were broken into. Columbus Police Captain Todd Thalken says a call came in at approximately 9:46 a.m. Tuesday regarding five separate storage units being burglariz... Read More

WAYNE – After the 2013 Wayne tornado much of the industrial east side of Wayne had work to do on construction, one of those businesses is now up and completed. Black Hills Energy hosted Friday morning Chamber Coffee at 10 am. located at 711 Cent... Read More

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Nebraska Art Teachers Association is working with Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) to get high school students in Nebraska’s Third District to submit their artwork for the 2016 Congressional Art Competition. Congressman S... Read More

HUMPHREY - The Humphrey/Lindsay Holy Family boys knocked off a top ten team Thursday night. The Bulldogs upset #10 Twin River 60-52 thanks to a 23-point final quarter. Watch the Top Plays of the Game here. #10 TWIN RIVER (16-6)     10   ... Read More

WAYNE-The Wayne Community Schools Board of Education presented preliminary concept plans for an $18 million renovation and construction project during a public meeting, Thursday night at the Junior/Senior High. The presentation was an opportunity ... Read More

COLUMBUS - For city councilman Jim Bulkley, the time just seemed right to test the waters and run for higher office. A three-term elected city councilman, Bulkley filed paperwork on Thursday to run for mayor of Columbus. Bulkley, who has served as... Read More

NORFOLK - Concerns over water quality have risen throughout the country as the water crisis in Flint, Michigan concerning lead levels has continued. However, in Norfolk lead has not been an issue, says Water and Sewer Director Dennis Watts. “Wat... Read More

NORFOLK - Despite opposition from numerous groups, Governor Pete Ricketts remains steadfast in his goal of lowering property taxes across the state. In an interview with News Channel Nebraska on Thursday, Ricketts says the goal of two bills introd... Read More