New Program Brings Hope and Fitness to People with Parkinson's

WAYNE, NE — The tremors, stiff muscles and overall restlessness are what people with Parkinson's disease deal with everyday. For Randy Peterson, who was diagnosed with Parkinson seven years ago, ... Read More

Area Organizations Offer Affordable Housing Opportunities

MADISON — Repairing or building a home in Northeast Nebraska can be a reality according to two area organizations. “So many people are just so grateful because they just didn’t thing they could ever do it, and here they are having a home of... Read More

Semi Hauling Hogs Tips Over, Blocks Traffic

NORFOLK - 85 hogs blocked off Highway 275 after the semi they were traveling in tipped over. At 3:00 p.m. police responded to the scene on Highway 275 at the 37th Street roundabout where the east lane was blocked off by the tipped over semi. Acco... Read More

15th Anniversary of Deadly LifeNet Crash

NORFOLK, NE — What started off as a routine call ended in tragedy. On June 21 of 2002, Phil Herring, Lori Schrempp and Patrick Scollard boarded LifeNet out of Norfolk to retrieve an injured child who was to be transported to O’Neill Hospital. ... Read More

25th Nebraska Fly-in and Airfest Coming to Norfolk

NORFOLK — Whether in the sky or on the ground, organizers of the 25th Nebraska Fly-in and Airfest hope to share the thrill of flying in Norfolk this weekend. Held in a different Nebraska city each year, the Nebraska Aeronautics Commission chose... Read More

Midwest Music Brings Back Rock Band Camp for 11th Year

NORFOLK, NE — A lot of kids dream of being a rock star. For the last 11 years, Midwest Music has been holding a rock band camp for kids up to the age of 17. On the first day of camp, which is held at Midwest Music, the kids break up into band... Read More

Norfolk City Council Approves Colvin as City Administrator

NORFOLK — City hall’s administrative restructuring is starting to take shape. On Monday night, the Norfolk City Council unanimously approved Mayor Josh Moenning's appointment of Andy Colvin as city administrator. Colvin will continue his... Read More

Local Kids to Perform Peter Pan Rendition Saturday

NORFOLK, NE — For 30 years Norfolk Art Center has been partnering up with the Missoula Children’s Theatre to put together a theatre camp for local kids. Art Center Program Coordinator, Denice Hansen says the play gives an opportunity to come o... Read More

The Great American Comedy Festival Keeps Johnny Carson Legacy Alive

The Great American Comedy Festival celebrates a decade of laughs, magic and community. A tribute to Norfolk-native Johnny Carson, the festival has been held in mid-June every year since 2008. The event brings in comedy and magic acts from all acr... Read More

First Responders Prep for Fair Season with Mock Disaster Drill

MADISON, NE — Prepare for the worst and hope for the best. That’s a policy first responders are taking very seriously this fair season. This past Saturday a mock disaster drill took place on the Madison County Fairgrounds with a number of ... Read More

Pilger Celebrates Growth With Community Center Grand Opening

PILGER, NE — It’s been a long three years of rebuilding for a village torn in two. On Friday afternoon, Pilger residents gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the Cooper Family Community Center. Retired President of Midwest Bank Gene Will... Read More