Lions Club Pancake Feed Fills Bellies and Supports Community Events

NORFOLK - The Norfolk Lions Club is known for serving the public, but on Saturday they were doing a different kind of serving. The 57th annual Lions Club Pancake Feed was held at the Chuck Pohlman ... Read More

Rural Towns Face Aging Populations

BATTLE CREEK — It’s common knowledge that the trend is for the young population to leave rural Nebraska. But what would happen if the elderly population starts leaving too? Well, that would spell disaster for many rural communities who feature a ... Read More

Norfolk Catholic Cheer Squad Shooting for State Title Repeat

NORFOLK — Impressed? Well, the judges were last year at the Nebraska State Cheer and Dance competition. Norfolk Catholic won the state title for the Class C-1 Sideline Routine. And they’re shooting for making it two in a row. “We’ve been p... Read More

Small Gas Leak in Pierce Warrants Precautionary Evacuation

Some Pierce residents were temporarily placed on alert Thursday afternoon. Crews demolishing the former Farm and Garden building on the northeast corner of Main and Mill streets struck a gas service line just after noon. The crew had been told ga... Read More

Norfolk Philanthropist Passes Away

NORFOLK, NE — There are those whose sphere of influence is so great it can be too immense to measure. So it was with J. Paul McIntosh. The well-known Norfolk philanthropist passed away on Thursday morning. Family members say McIntosh passed ... Read More

Norfolk Lions Club 57th Annual Pancake Feed

NORFOLK, NE — It’s time for Norfolk’s favorite and largest Lions Club event. Need I say more. This year makes year number 57 that the Norfolk Lions Club has been feeding people with their largest fundraiser of the year. Gene Knight says, ... Read More

TransCanada Refiles for Keystone XL Approval

LINCOLN - The fate of the Keystone XL oil pipeline once again rests with a Nebraska commission. The Nebraska Public Service Commission announced Thursday that they received an application from TransCanada, seeking approval of the proposed route, w... Read More

Columbus and Norfolk Share Population Growth as a Priority

Columbus and Norfolk. They’re rivals on the court, separated by just 40 miles of four-lane highway, but they’ve seen a different trajectory in population growth over the past 15 years. Columbus has made growth a priority and increased its popu... Read More

GRAND ISLAND, Neb.- Several meat packing plants in and around Grand Island are facing closed doors tomorrow because of the "One Day Without Immigrants" protest. The nationwide work shutdown has gone viral and is urging all immigrants, not just His... Read More

PATH Act Delaying Some Tax Returns

NORFOLK —It’s tax season, and some of those who filed early could be waiting longer than expected to get their returns. The reason? A new federal law passed in late 2015 that took effect on January 1st this year. The Protecting Americans from... Read More

Bright Horizons New Location Offers More Space

NORFOLK, NE — An organization that serves 10 counties in northeast Nebraska has moved down a few blocks to a larger location. Bright Horizons, which was previously located on 305 N. Fourth Street has moved a few blocks down to 601 E. Norfolk Ave... Read More