WASHINGTON — Republicans marked tax-filing day by promoting their overhaul of the tax code to a public that remains skeptical of the measure. Sen. Deb Fischer, R-Neb., joined several colleagues at a Capitol Hill press conference highli'... Read More

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NORFOLK — Farmers across Nebraska are rattled as a trade dispute between the US and China threatens to severely damage markets for some of the state’s most important commodities. China has proposed a 25 percent tariff on soybeans and pork.  Wit'... Read More

Imagine owning a craft brewery in Norfolk with a tasting room right across the street. Now imagine before you can send your product to the taste room, a third party distributor has to take the beer to Omaha, before bringing it back to your taste room'... Read More

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NORFOLK - The future is unclear for the Herberger's location in Norfolk after liquidators were reportedly the only bidders for the bankrupt company Bon-Ton Stores Inc. Reports say the department store chain, which owns 200 regional department stor'... Read More

BROKEN BOW – The 5th Annual Have a Heart Food Bank Challenge, organized by Adams Land & Cattle, LLC (ALCC) asked local businesses and organizations around Custer County to make a difference for local Food Banks. The Challenge, open to area busi'... Read More

NORFOLK - The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing in Norfolk will offer an accelerated bachelor's degree in nursing program as part of an expansion, including a partnership with Wayne State College. UNMC's College of Nursing c'... Read More

OCONTO--A semi-trailer carrying cattle overturned on Highway 21 during the early hours of Tuesday morning. Approximately 3:30 a.m. the accident was reported near mile marker 56 on Highway 21, near Oconto, according to sheriff’s office records. T'... Read More

BROKEN BOW—Only seven years since the original building was established in Broken Bow, Mid-Plains Community College (MPCC) has already expanded with a 3,500-square-foot technical shop. Community officials, MPCC representatives, and local investors '... Read More

COLUMBUS - The Columbus Habitat for Humanity is asking for a permissive exemption from the county on 9 lots they currently posses. Habitat for Humanities Director Lori Peters appeared before the Platte County Board of Equalization on Tuesday to re'... Read More

NORFOLK — Professional baseball is coming to Veteran’s Memorial Field this summer. The Norfolk Area Sports Council announced today that the Lincoln Saltdogs and Sioux City Explorers of the American Association of Professional Baseball will play '... Read More

COLUMBUS - Platte County Officials approved a bid on Tuesday to resurface East 29th Avenue on the edge of Columbus. A bid was approved for $283,426.95 to complete the project this summer, with reconstruction of the road beginning this summer. A bi'... Read More

COLUMBUS - If you drive down 12th Avenue you'll notice a slew of houses either disappearing or lifted up and ready to be moved. The Columbus City Council approved numerous more requests to move homes from the 12th Avenue area, near the train track'... Read More