Dunbar, Otoe Have Contested Election For Village Board

NEBRASKA CITY - Contested seats on the Otoe and Dunbar village boards will be decided in the general election on Nov. 8. Dunbar has four candidates seeking two seats. They are Mike Doty, Jon Cunnin... Read More

COLUMBUS - Nebraska State Chamber representatives stopped in Columbus Wednesday morning to go over the upcoming topics they will be focusing on during the upcoming 2017 legislative session. Nebraska State Chamber President Barry Kennedy says the ... Read More

FALLS CITY - Students from Falls City High, Sacred Heart and HTRS hopefully left Falls City High School on Wednesday with a better idea on their next college destination. Falls City High School hosted a college fair on Wednesday with just under 4... Read More

NEBRASKA CITY - Judi Meyer of Southeast Nebraska Development District says Nebraska City’s struggle with bridges could help it in an upcoming grant application. Nebraska City is applying for $750,000 from a comprehensive development grant, which... Read More

AUBURN - An Oct. 13 preliminary hearing is scheduled for an Auburn man accused of sexual assault of a child. In a complaint filed Monday, Charles M. Smith, 26, is charged with the sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl on Aug. 20. Court records ... Read More

BEATRICE – Over 450 students from 13 area schools had the opportunity to attend the 5th annual Explore-It Career Fair at Southeast Community College Tuesday morning. Students were able to talk to 35 different employers in fields that interested the... Read More

SHUBERT - There will be no shortage of Halloween activities this year at Indian Cave State Park. The events start on October 7th with a trick-or-treat event taking place from 6-8 p.m. with a cost of only $2 for children. This will allow you to tri... Read More

SIDNEY - On Tuesday night the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office received a call of an overturned vehicle in a farm pond located at 3021 165th St. north of Anderson, Iowa. A  green 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup was recovered from the water at the sc... Read More

MADISON - Blood taken from a Norfolk man accused of vehicular homicide will be allowed as evidence at his upcoming trial. In a decision filed Tuesday, Madison County District Court Judge Mark Johnson overruled four motions to suppress blood and ur... Read More

COLUMBUS - One person was hospitalized Wednesday morning  after hitting a parked car and launching it into a neighboring yard. Columbus Police say a man was driving a red Pontiac Catalina westbound on 6th Street when he rear-ended a ford explorer... Read More

State election officials credited social media giant Facebook for prompting nearly 10,000 Nebraska voters to register online over the weekend. On Friday, Facebook posted nationwide registration reminders on the news feeds of users 18 and... Read More