Farmers, Dealers React to Senate Decision

The Senate Voted 76-16 Tuesday night to pass a temporary extension of several tax provisions, which include Section 179. Section 179 allows farmers and small businesses to deduct up to $500,000 of equ... Read More

PILGER - State officials will be helping replace some damaged artifacts from the Pilger tornado. Nebraska Lt. Governor John Nelson will be in Pilger Friday. State officials say Nelson will be joining members of the Woodmen of the World to present ... Read More

COLUMBUS – Columbus leaders are heading an effort to honor America’s veterans and recognize the global impact a Columbus native had on an international scale. After visiting Normandy for the 70th Anniversary of D-Day last June, Congressman ... Read More

NELIGH - The court cases of two related Antelope County officials facing theft charges have been delayed. Oakdale Village Clerk Megan Brandt and her father-in-law, Antelope County Supervisor Harlan Brandt appeared in Antelope County District Court... Read More

PIERCE - A Pierce man who confessed to accidentally shooting and killing his friend will be spending at least five years in prison. Twenty-four year old Daniel Hofmann was sentenced to an indeterminate term of 10-14 years in prison in Pierce Count... Read More

Snow and ice this morning is blamed for at least eight traffic accidents in River Country. 22-year-old  Ashley L. Anthony of Syracuse  lost control of her Pontiac Grand Am due to ice and snow on Business Highway 75 near Centennial Avenue west of... Read More

NORFOLK - Northeast Nebraska industry leaders are coming together to present a unified voice advocating for a four-lane Highway 275. The organization 4 Lanes 4 Nebraska was announced on Wednesday. The group is made up of a board consisting of indu... Read More

LINCOLN — Bo Pelini became the new head football coach at Youngstown State Wednesday. He didn’t leave Nebraska without expressing disdain for Athletic Director Shawn Eichorst. Pelini met with players on Dec. 2 at Lincoln North Star H... Read More

Tim Pendrell of Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce remains convinced that record crowds attended the annual AppleJack Festival, but the estimates in the range of 100,000 people did not translate into higher sale tax figures. Compared to the prior ... Read More

Nebraska City's LB840 economic development fund received its maximum contribution from city sales tax this year with a $200,000 allocation. Voters approved the plan in 2006, linking the economic development allocation to city sales tax collectio... Read More

Organizers of a new youth center opening this winter are hoping it will become a fun destination for Nebraska City youth. Kaelea Edwards, River City Youth Center volunteer, says the new youth center at 13th Street and Central Avenue has a target d... Read More