Richardson Speaks At Middle School Veterans Day Program

NEBRASKA CITY – Sgt. Christopher Richardson gave the Veterans Day address this morning at Nebraska City Middle School. Richardson, a Nebraska City police sergeant, worked at the strategic nuclear... Read More

Nebraska City School Plans #BeKind Open House Today

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City Public Schools are hosting a “community partnership” open house at the district office, 1700 14th Ave., from 4 to 6:30 p.m., Wednesday  in recognition of the #BeKind movement. A ribbon cutting, proclamation and... Read More

Veteran Tributes On Display At Nebraska City

NEBRASKA CITY – The Veterans Memorial Building in Nebraska City will be open special hours for Veterans Day weekend. Veteran tributes will be on display on Saturday, Nov. 10, and Sunday Nov. 11, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. At 1 and 3 p.m. each day... Read More

Soccer Fields On Agenda For Nov. 14 Hot Topics

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City Parks Commissioner Pat Wehling is scheduled to speak at NCTC’s Hot Topics on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at Scooter’s Coffee on south 11th Street. Wehling and Recreation Director Scooter Edmisten will provide an update ... Read More

Nixon Chooses Bests Costume At NC's Trail of Treats

NEBRASKA CITY – Former U.S. President Richard Nixon was reportedly on hand for the Trail of Treats in downtown Nebraska City Wednesday. Nixon offered his picks for best costume. Nixon's press secretary said he was able to get official support... Read More

NCTC Organizes

NEBRASKA CITY – Amy Allgood of Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce said a new winter market is intended to continue the slow food movement in the area. Allgood said the idea is to expand on the success of the farmers market in the summer to encou... Read More

Trail of Treats Ready For Halloween On Wednesday

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City News-Press is organizing the annual Trail of Treats in downtown Nebraska City on Wednesday, Oct. 31. Treats are available at 30 participating businesses for the 3:30 to 5 p.m. event. The News-Press will take phot... Read More

Freighter's Museum Unveils New Historical Marker

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska City Historical Society unveiled a new state historical marker at the Old Freighters Museum to recognize the role of an Army-built house in the Westward expansion of the United States. The historical society saved th... Read More

National and State Candidates Expected At Nebraska City Forum

NEBRASKA CITY  — About 25 national and local candidates are expected for Monday night’s political forum at Nebraska City. The Nebraska City High school Honors American Government class is hosting the 6:30 p.m.  forum on today at the high sch... Read More

Photos: Missouri River expected to fall below flood stage by Wednesday

A flood warning is still in effect for the following counties: Holt, Richardson, Atchison, Nemaha, Fremont and Otoe. The Missouri River is expected to fall below flood stage by Wednesday morning.           ... Read More

Old Freighters Museum To Unveil Historic Marker

NEBRASKA CITY – Old Freighters Museum is scheduled to unveil a new state historical marker at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 25. Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce will also host Business After Hours at the museum, 407 N. 14th St., from 4 to 6 p.m. ... Read More