TART Committee Hosts Riverfront Development Meeting

NEBRASKA CITY – The Community Prosperity Initiative’s TART committee organized a meeting Friday regarding riverfront development in Nebraska City. Kim Wilson and Emily Anderson, who are leading... Read More

Ribbon Cut For Children's Watering Tower Garden

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce held a ribbon cutting Monday afternoon for the Children’s Watering Tower Garden. Children attending included Lilly Dorman, Evie Dorman, Zoey Martin, Joey Whitney, Sophia Whitney, Seth Whitney ... Read More

Summer Events Fill NC Council Agenda

NEBRASKA CITY - The Nebraska City City Council will lay the groundwork for summer community events at its meeting Monday night. Items on the agenda include a request from Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce to use the downtown sunken parking lot fo... Read More

Nebraska City Schools Holds 29th Bandfest

NEBRASKA CITY – Over 220 Nebraska City Public School students participated in the 29th annual Bandfest on Tuesday, including 20 trombonists. Erik Rodriquez, first chair trombone, wears the sombrero for the jazz band. Upcoming band events incl... Read More

Omaha Performing Arts names Lourdes teacher its Outstanding Educator

NEBRASKA CITY - Lourdes Central Catholic educator Lesley Gould will be honored at the Nebraska High School Theatre Awards Showcase on June 8 at the Orpheum Theatre in Omaha. Gould was announced as the Outstanding Educator this week by the Omaha Pe... Read More

Humanities Program Focuses On Trans-Mississippi Exposition

NEBRASKA CITY –  A Humanities Nebraska program based on the settlers’ question about civilization west of the Mississippi River is the focus of a June 7 program at the Morton-James Public Library in Nebraska City. David Wells, historian for t... Read More

Lant, Freshman Prevail. District 1 Too Close To Call

NEBRASKA CITY  - The Unofficial tally from Tuesday’s primary election shows Jeff Lant prevailing in a tight race for Otoe County sheriff. Lant finished with 750 votes compared to 706 for Lionberger. Deputy Brian Briley had 512 votes. There w... Read More

TART Organizing Community Picnic At Wildwood

NEBRASKA CITY - Nebraska City residents will be treated to a free community picnic in north Wildwood Park from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, June 10. The community appreciation picnic is being organized by TART, a Tourism, Arts, Recreation and Trails ... Read More

Borchers-Williams caps high school speech career with strong showing at national tournament

DENVER, Colo. - Nebraska City senior Oliver Borchers-Williams brought home more than just his high school diploma on Sunday. On the same day the Class of 2018 celebrated their graduation at Nebraska City High School, Borchers-Williams was being aw... Read More

Kennedy Campaigned At Nebraska City 50 Years Ago

NEBRASKA CITY - Robert Kennedy brought his presidential campaign to Nebraska City 50 years ago today and his visit is still remembered here. Gregg Niday of Syracuse was a one-year-older among the 2,000 people who attended a rally at the Otoe Count... Read More

School Threat Suspect Appears In Juvenile Court

NEBRASKA CITY – A Nebraska City teenager, who is accused of making threats against Nebraska City Public Schools that led to a school lock down and early dismissal on April 26, has made a court appearance this week. The teen was initially authori... Read More