If you were unable to attend the District 25 School Board Forum that was held on Thursday, October 18, you can listen to the entire debate by following one of the links below. Listen to the forum again by clicking on the following links: Listen'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— Grace and Gratitude officially has joined the Broken Bow Chamber of Commerce after cutting the ribbon on Thursday, October 18. Grace and Gratitude, which is owned and operated by Karen Schipporeit, has had its doors open since June of t'... Read More

FALLS CITY  - The Richardson County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Falls City woman wanted in connection with a Sept. 18 explosion at the Spirit Shoppe on Harlan Street. Deputies arrested 39-year-old April  Feighner in Rulo. She is s'... Read More

Omaha, NE.—After a rocky week, charges of racism among other things, Douglas County Democrats have bounced back in the early voting battle. While still not enjoying the lead they have during the past two elections, Democratic vote by mail reques'... Read More

COLUMBUS --A Columbus house fire sent smoke over its downtown as firefighters worked to control the blaze. The call came in just after two o'clock today for a home at 2821 10th Street. Upon arrival, Columbus Fire and Rescue crews encountered heavy sm'... Read More

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa (Oct. 18, 2018) — Hy-Vee, Inc., based in West Des Moines, Iowa, is voluntarily recalling six of its meat and potato products across its eight-state region due to possible contamination with Salmonella and Listeria monocytogene'... Read More

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider proposed changes to fisheries regulations and orders when it meets Oct. 26 in Kearney. Many of the changes, including those to trout, northern pike and bullfrog orders, would resu'... Read More

BROKEN BOW— One year ago, the Nebraska hearts were auctioned off in Lincoln after being designed by people from all across the state. These hearts cost approximately $3,000, but it was not simply signing a check and sending it in. Proposals were dr'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska’s small, rural communities can bicycle their way to prosperity. That was the message at a Nebraska Tourism conference breakout, where the Cowboy Trail from Norfolk to Valentine and “gravel grinding” routes around L'... Read More

POTTER - Some of the students at a western Nebraska high school and junior high may have fallen ill after consuming chili with kangaroo meat mixed with beef last week. News Channel Nebraska first reported the mystery meat in chili served at Potte'... Read More

Omaha, NE.—It appears that State Auditor Charlie Janssen is looking to get re-elected running—get this—quietly. The Republican who finds himself in the middle of an on-the-job drinking scandal has spent just over $1,000, and that's not a mis'... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska Tourism Commission unveiled a new marketing campaign in Nebraska City Wednesday that puts the state’s pitch to travelers on a collision course with honesty. Tourism Director John Ricks said the campaign is rooted i'... Read More

FALLS CITY – Taking Back Our Community hosted a candidate forum in Falls City Tuesday where crime, enforcement and the way forward were scrutinized. City Council candidate Terry Stradtman told the crowd of about 80 people that she lost a daughte'... Read More

POTTER - Students at a junior and senior high school in the Nebraska Panhandle were served chili with kangaroo meat mixed with beef without their knowing, according to a release from Potter-Dix Public Schools. Head Cook Kevin Frei said he added th'... Read More