Long-Vacant Former Husqvarna Plant in Beatrice, Getting New Owner

BEATRICE -  Worldlawn Power Equipment, Inc. is acquiring the former Husqvarna Turf Care Manufacturing Company Building in north Beatrice.   The Nebraska Governor’s Office announced the acquisitio... Read More

PAWNEE CITY - How far would you go to keep something such as your family bible? Would you put your life on the line for it? Well Joe Stehlik's ancestors wouldn't even hesitate with that question. Their answer would be a definite yes. Joe Stehlik i... Read More

Lincoln, NE (KOLN) -- Lincoln Police were contacted by the Lincoln Airport Authority on Wednesday after an employee witnessed a potential sale of homemade fireworks. Tory Bouma, 38, of Firth, Nebraska was arrested after he tried to sell homemade ... Read More

TABLE ROCK - Back in 1873, 143 years ago, a group of men constructed a schoolhouse made out of native stone, about four miles southeast of Table Rock overlooking the Nemaha River valley to the East, giving it the name "Pleasant Valley." Nettie St... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - A 16-year-old Nebraska City girl has been ticketed after allegations she hit the subject of a protection order with her car. Police say there are conflicting statements regarding the incident Wednesday. The teen says the 25-year-ol... Read More

OMAHA - Two Columbus Area residents have been arrested following a prostitution sting conducted by the Omaha Police Department. According to police reports from OPD, 11 individuals were arrested on Monday, June 27th in Omaha for soliciting pro... Read More

SIDNEY – Fremont County sheriff’s deputies arrested two Nebraska City residents Wednesday. Sheriff Kevin Aistrope said deputies responded to a disturbance call in Hamburg and arrested an 18-year-old Nebraska City woman for trespassing. Whil... Read More

BEATRICE – Fourteen Nebraska communities will share $2.11 million in state aid from the Civic and Community Center Financing Fund.  The Nebraska Department of Economic Development announced the award recipients, today. The largest grant, for $7... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - The Nebraska City City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 5, at city hall. The agenda includes a discussion with the Kimmel Foundation regarding ownership and care of "the triangle" near Eighth Street and Fifth... Read More

If the roadways appear congested over the July Fourth holiday, there is a good reason. Lower fuel prices have led AAA to predict that nearly 43 million Americans will travel over the holiday, with 84 percent of those travelers driving. The number wil... Read More

  LINCOLN - The Nebraska sheriff’s deputy whose 1985 homicide investigation helped convict six people later cleared by DNA tests said in court Wednesday that he never made any threats to gain a confession. The World-Herald Bueau reports ... Read More