St. Anselm's Bell Tower Repaired After Lightning Strike

ANSELMO--An act of Mother Nature destroyed a piece of history at St. Anselm's Catholic Church. On August 15, 2016 a severe thunder and lightning storm hit Custer County and lightning struck one of the... Read More

National Supply Low, But No Christmas Tree Shortage in Nebraska

LINCOLN - According to the National Christmas Tree Association, there's a nationwide shortage of Christmas trees and prices are increasing. But according to the Nebraska Christmas Tree Growers Association, Nebraska doesn't have a shortage. 10/11'... Read More

6 High School Students Honored by Columbus Optimist Club

COLUMBUS, Neb. - Six students from three Columbus high schools were given awards by the Optimist Club on Friday. Sarah Kwapnioski and Joe Massman received the award from Columbus High. The two seniors from Scouts were Matt Strecker and Maggie Feeh... Read More

Schuyler Man Faces 4th DUI Charge

SCHUYLER, Neb. - A Schuyler man may be looking at jail time after being picked up on suspicion of DUI in August. 65-year-old Hector Daviu is charged with his 4th DUI and if convicted, faces a max of three years with the possibility of probation. ... Read More

Individual Reports Theft from their Vehicle in the Area of the Fremont Mall

FREMONT - A theft was reported at the Fremont Mall on Thursday. According to Sgt. Brad Hansen with the Fremont Police Department, at approximately 3:55 p.m. officers were dispatched to the area of the Fremont Mall in the 800 block E. 23rd Street. ... Read More

Over 15 Candidates Applying For Post of Beatrice Public Schools Superintendent

BEATRICE -  Today (Friday) is the deadline for candidates to submit applications and background information for the position of Beatrice Public Schools Superintendent. The person chosen will take over for Pat Nauroth, who announced he’ll retire... Read More

Keep Fremont Beautiful Honors and Thanks all of their Volunteers for 2017

FREMONT - Keep Fremont Beautiful handed out multiple awards during their event on America Recycles Day. The organization hosted their Recognition Coffee on Friday morning to recognize and honor all of their donors and volunteers. They also gave ou... Read More

Sheriff's Office Stays Busy with 104 Arrests and 284 Calls in October

FREMONT - The Dodge County Sheriff's Office has released their statistics for October. According to the sheriff's office, a total of 104 arrests were made last month. One arrest was made for rape and for felony theft. Deputies made three arrests f... Read More

Sasse to ABA: “The American Bar Association is not Neutral.” **VIDEO**

WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Senator Ben Sasse from Nebraska recently spoke out about the American Bar Association (ABA). Senator Sasse, who is a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, took center stage on the Senate floor. He discussed the ABA's hi... Read More

Eager Volunteer Plans a

FREMONT - Community members will have the chance to learn about the everyday life of students from different countries. Aspect Foundation International Student Exchange Program is putting together a "Small World in Fremont" event. The event will t... Read More

Columbus City Council Considering Allowing Stores to Sell Liquor Before Noon on Sunday

COLUMBUS, Neb. - Folks in Columbus could soon be allowed to purchase a bottle of liquor before noon on Sunday. The item passed through the Public Property, Safety and Works Committee and will be up for a vote at next Monday's city council meeting.... Read More