Nebraska, Oklahoma Ask to Join Case Challenging Colorado's Legalization of Pot

LINCOLN — Nebraska and Oklahoma are asking to join an existing case challenging Colorado’s legal marijuana. Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson and Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt ea... Read More

AUBURN - Auburn High School will be closed on Monday to accomodate the East Central Nebraska Conference track meet. The meet was postponed from Saturday to Monday due to weather. Calvert Elementary, Bulldog Beginnings Preschool, and Little Lear... Read More

FAIRBURY – Jefferson Community Health Center (JCHC) in Fairbury has hired a new part-time Physician Assistant. Julie Grammer- Seifers, originally from Endicott, will be working one weekend a month at JCHC in the Emergency Room. Seifers ... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - The Nebraska City News-Press and Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce awarded the prestigious tree award to Patty Coates for her bur oak at 1217 Oak View Dr. Coates said the tree has a circumference of 157 inches and a diameter of mo... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - After hosting a children's program earlier in the day at Northside Elementary, Arbor Lodge State Historical Park invited students from Hayward Elementary to come and enjoy what the park had to offer. Laura Steinman talked to the st... Read More

BEATRICE - Beatrice sophomore Cameron Jurgens set a new school and meet record in the Shot Put at the Willis Jones Invitational at the House of Orange on a cold and blustery Friday. The Nebraska football recruit threw 63-feet, three inches on his ... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - The National Arbor Day Foundation gave Nebraska City school children sergeant crabapple seedlings and planting instructions at the Arbor Day children's program Friday morning at Northside. Laura Steinman, activities coordinator at ... Read More

Happy Arbor Day Melanie Mowlewski Poster contest entries Street sweeper on Central Avenue at 5 a.m.               Send your photos to     &nbs... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY -- Melanie Mowlewski, a return artist in residence at the KHN Center for the Arts, is bringing “Paper Words” to Arbor Day. She was first an artist in residence seven years ago and said she wanted to return to the Home of Arbor Da... Read More

Cabela’s reported a better-than-expected first quarter on Thursday, but not because it sold more hunting or fishing gear. Company management instead attributed the results to a swath of companywide cost-cutting measures, and its successful credit c... Read More

Cabela’s will pay $1 million to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to settle claims that the Sidney, Nebraska, retailer’s chief financial officer, Ralph Castner, misled investors regarding the company’s profitability ratios in 2012. ... Read More