Auburn Cools Down Sports Complex With New Splash Pad

  AUBURN - Mayor Scott Kudrna and about 60 kids joined Street Commissioner Harry Bridgmon and the Auburn Chamber of Commerce Friday to cut the ribbon on a new splash pad at the city’s sports... Read More

Memorial Day Services Scheduled in River Country

Memorial Day services are scheduled in River Country on Monday, May 29 PLATTSMOUTH - Memorial Day ceremonies begin at 8:45 a.m. with a flag raising on the east end of the Plattsmouth Main Street. A presentation will follow at the Memorial Wall of ... Read More

Table Rock Dedication Planned For Civil War Soldier

TABLE ROCK - Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War will conduct a dedication ceremony Saturday for a Pawnee County soldier who did not have an official burial place for over 150 years. Private William McNeal, the 21-year-old son of a pioneer fa... Read More

Walgreens Holds

NEBRASKA CITY - Walgreens is sponsoring “Red Nose Day” May 25 asking people to purchase red noses to held end child poverty. Walgreens has raised $28 million the past two years through the Comic Relief charity. The red noses went on sale for ... Read More

Nebraska City Youth Soccer Club continues to draw huge interest

NEBRASKA CITY, NE - The Nebraska City Youth Soccer Club drew over 300 kids for their fall and spring seasons this year. 208 players, ranging from ages 4 to 19, participated in the fall season. 310 kids played during the spring. Eight teams compete... Read More

HTRS School District Currently Stuck with Old Football Field Thanks to ‘Forever Clause’

TABLE ROCK - After the Humboldt - Table-Rock - Steinauer school district permanently moved all of it's schools to Humboldt last year, the district realized it had a problem. "The grant states that is perpetual, which means it's forever. So that g... Read More

Nebraska film on The Arts to debut May 31 in Auburn

AUBURN, NE – “Why the Arts Matter,” a documentary on the benefits of arts education in Nebraska public schools, debuts 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 31 at Auburn High School. Produced by Nebraska Loves Public Schools (NElovesPS), the 30-minute ... Read More

Calvert-Sheridan Days Revival Coming to Auburn this Weekend

AUBURN - In 1882, the two towns of Calvert and Sheridan combined into the city of Auburn in order to take the county seat from Brownville. Later on, residents wanted to celebrate the heritage of the two towns and organized Calvert-Sheridan Days. T... Read More

WWI Novelist Began Work At Nebraska City 'Artist Colony'

NEBRASKA CITY - Nebraska Humanities Speaker Karen Gettert Shoemaker returned to Nebraska City Monday night, offering a packed house at the Arbor Bank’s community room a reading from her novel set in Central Nebraska during World War I. The novel... Read More

Elementary Students Experience Career Day at Falls City South School

FALLS CITY - Students in grades 3rd-5th grade in Falls City had the chance to learn about a wide variety of different careers on Monday. Falls City's South School held their annual career day with nine different presenters speaking to all the stu... Read More

Levee Chairman Links Slower Flow To River Flooding

PERCIVAL - Levee District Chairman Pat Sheldon said Monday he is surprised at Missouri River flooding over the weekend considering the rainfall events. The Missouri River crested a 19.9 feet Sunday morning, nearly two feet above flood stage at Neb... Read More