Fremont County Extention Leads Donation Drive for Homeless, Hungry, and Animals

The Fremont County Extension office staff is running a donation drive in observance of Cy's Days of Service. This drive is open to the whole community and beyond, not just 4-Hers. A covered trailer... Read More

ALBION - Boone County's attorney isn't happy with how a proposed plea agreement in a felony animal abuse case has worked out, so trial has been scheduled for July. Sixty-seven year old James Majerus of Petersburg appeared in Boone County District ... Read More

OMAHA -- Third-grader Saffiya Rustamov isn’t quite sold on cursive. With its loops and swirls, she concedes the flowing script looks nicer than print. Cursive is more formal, more grown-up, she says. “Cursive is prettier, but I like to... Read More

TECUMSEH, NE - The Tecumseh City Council gave $3,000 to put towards hosting the band “Boarder Line” for the 2nd annual Rock & Rock BBQ.  Kevin McKinney, the event organizer, says “Boarder Line” is a country band that will be just one of ... Read More

OMAHA, NE - Six concerts. Four days. One big impact. Garth Brooks will bring more than 20 semitrailers, dozens of crew members and about 100,000 fans to the CenturyLink Center Thursday through Sunday. His presence will mean thousands of people ... Read More

FALLS CITY - A Glowing on a Summer Night One Mile and 5K event will be coming to Falls City this summer, and the whole family is welcome to join. Danitra Crofford spoke at the city council meeting Monday night to ask for approval of the event, and... Read More

FALLS CITY - The Falls City City Council is moving forward with a new website after approving Golden Shovel as the designer at Monday nights city council meeting. Falls City Clerk Gary Jorn stated at Monday nights city council meeting that  EDGE ... Read More

FALLS CITY - The Falls City Jaycees will be hosting a pitch, hit, and run contest on May 9th. Jaycees Community Vice President Rachel Jackson says the event will be held at SNC Field in Falls City and will have four separate age brackets for kids ... Read More

Nebraska City commissioners agreed to pay $88,000 in back pay to emergency medical paramedics and technicians for overtime dating back two years. Paramedic Manager Andrew Snodgrass said the city took over emergency medical services from an all-vol... Read More

City commissioners accepted Mayor Bryan Bequette’s nomination Monday of Mark Marcotte as the new city clerk. Marcotte had previously worked at his family’s business, serving as a loan officer and senior vice president of the Farmers Bank. I... Read More

City commissioners unanimously voted in support of Grayson Path to be Nebraska City’s new city administrator. Path is currently city administrator in Jetmore, Kan., a town of about 900 people in western Kansas. He became Jetmore’s first city ... Read More