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

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

FRHS Teaching CPR to Senior Citizens

NORFOLK, NE — Thanks to Nucor and Faith Regional Health Services, soon all area schools will see CPR kits in their classes. But it goes beyond that. FRHS spend the morning talking about heart health in honor of February’s heart month. Ma... Read More

Shrinking Schools Adjust to Consolidation, Co-Ops

Enrollments are declining, but school pride is as strong as ever. Perhaps no school district knows that better than Howells-Dodge. The neighboring towns on Highway 91 officially combined their school districts in the 2012-2013 school year… and ... Read More

First Hand Look at Fire and Rescue Response Time

NORFOLK, NE — When it comes to response time for the Norfolk Fire Department, Norfolk Fire Chief, Scott Cordes says “We have to make that a priority.” That includes medical calls. “There’s a growing population there that needs medical... Read More

Norfolk School Board Addressing State Legislature

NORFOLK — Norfolk Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jami Jo Thompson is keeping her eye on the Nebraska State Legislature. In the school board meeting Monday night, Thompson said there are 187 bills this session that could directly impact educat... Read More

Experts Analyze Rural Population Loss

NORFOLK — It’s been a trend for nearly 100 years. A migration from rural to urban, and northeast Nebraska is no exception. Stanton County’s population peaked in 1930, same with Boone County. Antelope County’s height was in 1920. And the tr... Read More

Norfolk Fire Department: Timing and Moving with Purpose is Their Mission

NORFOLK, NE — There’s no stopping for Norfolk Fire Fighters. “From the time we get the first alarm, to when we arrive on the scene, the clock is ticking.” Norfolk Fire Chief, Scott Cordes says. It goes without saying that timing and mov... Read More

Sunset Mall Plays Host to Children's Day Festival

NORFOLK, NE — Sunset Plaza Mall was packed Sunday, and it was all for the love of reading. Read Aloud Norfolk held their annual Children’s Day Festival featuring 30 vendors from around the area. Each vendor had an activity or game for the kids... Read More

Heart Days A Hit in Downtown Norfolk

NORFOLK — Norfolk residents laced up their skates and hit the ice Friday night. While a few actually hit the ice, a crowd of mostly children and parents tried to stay upright in the one-night event at the corner of 3rd and Norfolk Avenue. Among... Read More

PART FIVE: Scenarios

NORFOLK, NE — Confronted by a life or death situation, our victim, Mason Greenough died because I hesitated and didn't draw my weapon quick enough. Luckily, this scenario wasn’t real, but part of a realistic and risk-free drill. “Some o... Read More