Preston Airman Remembered 67 years after US Air Force plane crashes

NEWS CHANNEL NEBRASKA -- US Army Corporal Bernard Portrey, a 19 year-old man from Preston, Nebraska was killed in 1950 when a military transport plane crashed between Alaska and Montana the first step... Read More

Milam and Cook combine to no-hit Doniphan West

FALLS CITY, NE - Noah Milam and Collin Cook combined to throw a five-inning no-hitter in Falls City's 17-1 win over Doniphan West, KS Thursday. The Tigers grabbed an early lead in the first inning when Brett Black grounded out, scoring two runs. ... Read More

SNC Throws Soup Supper with a Small Twist

FALLS CITY - Attendees at the Southeast Nebraska Communications Soup Supper had the chance to taste test several different kinds of soup. 20 to be exact. The 6th annual SNC soup dinner took place at Prichard Auditorium on Thursday in Falls City... Read More

Nemaha County Has Its Own

AUBURN - While Washington, D.C., wrangles over the Waters of the U.S. rule, Nemaha County commissioners are tackling water issues on their own. Del Aufenkamp appeared at the county board meeting Wednesday with claims that Commissioner Bob Hutton h... Read More

Southeast Nebraska Communications to Host Soup Supper Thursday

FALLS CITY - A local telephone company is offering a soup dinner in exchange for a donation to its backpack program. Southeast Nebraska Communications is hosting a soup supper beginning at 5 p.m. at Prichard Auditorium in Falls City on Thursday. ... Read More

Improvements Made at Stanton Lake

FALLS CITY - If you've been to Stanton Lake lately you may have noticed a few changes. Several new signs are now at the park, with the biggest one greeting all park visitors as they enter and exit the park area. The signs include the upgraded m... Read More

Leyden Appointed to Falls City Council

FALLS CITY - The city council of Falls City has a new member. On a 5-0 vote, the council approved Mayor Jerry Oliver's appointment of Derrick Leyden on Monday night. He will be taking a seat on the council as a member of the 4th ward, which includ... Read More

Council Approves Demolition of Third Condemned House in Falls City

FALLS CITY  - The Falls City council approved the demolition of a nuisance house on Monday. The house that stands on 1813 McLean St. is now on a list of three Falls City houses that are set for demolition. City Clerk Gary Jorn told the counci... Read More

Watermeier Questions Push For Income Tax Cuts

LINCOLN - State Sen. Dan Watermeier calls property tax reduction a critical need in his latest legislative radio address and questions moves to lower income taxes at a time the state faces a shortfall of nearly $1 billion. He said farm earnings ha... Read More

Cattle Groups Want Falls City Native Herbster as Ag #2, Bring Back Meat Labeling Law

A Falls City native, who is a candidate to be President Trump's Deputy Secretary of Agricultural, has been endorsed by a number of cattle groups, including a Nebraska organization that want him for his support of the re-instatement of a meat labe... Read More

Falls City Man Gives Every Kindergartner Free Book in Memory of Late Wife

FALLS CITY - For 34 years, Diana Kottich advocated reading to her young students. "She was a life-long, career-long kindergartner teacher here at North School, and she loved the kindergarten kids," says her husband Steve Kottich. Diana would l... Read More