No Injuries From 11th Street Crash With School Traffic

NEBRASKA CITY - 11th Street was congested with school traffic around 3:38 p.m. when vehicles collided near Second Corso. A Nissan Altima and Ford Explorer collided. Rescue crews attended to a woman... Read More

Tecumseh Inmate Donates Paintings To Prison Ministry Fundraiser

NEBRASKA CITY - ReLeasT Ministries in Nebraska City is sponsoring Crafty For Christ at the Lifehouse Chapel on Saturday, April 1. Events include a bake sale, raffle, lunch special and silent auction. Silent auction items include antique glasswa... Read More

Aurora Coop supports local Fire Dept.

Kevin Sagehorn explains why it was important for, and to Aurora Coop to donate Grain Bin safety equipment to the Volunteer Fire Dept. of Geneva....... Read More

Mayor Recognizes Lourdes' State Champion Team In Proclamation

NEBRASKA CITY - Mayor Bryan Bequette recognized the Lourdes Central Catholic basketball team and commended them for their 2017 D1 basketball championship in a proclamation given Monday at City Hall. He said Lourdes prepared for its defense of the ... Read More

Teten Plans Arbor Psychiatric Wellness Center

NEBRASKA CITY – City commissioners approved $80,000 from the Nebraska City Growth Fund to help establish Arbor Psychiatric and Wellness Center at 1120 Sixth Corso. Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Lindsey Teten, who has been contracting with CHI S... 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

Art and Artifacts Highlight Spring Events at NC Museums

NEBRASKA CITY - The Nebraska City Museum Alliance plans special programs this spring including Barada Hills paintings, the Power of The Wind Art Show and Native American Artifact Show. The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts will present “... Read More

Nebraska City Middle School Looking For

NEBRASKA CITY -- The Nebraska City School Board approved the creation of a dean of students at the Middle School at its regular meeting Monday. Principal Craig Taylor proposed that with the filling of three vacant language arts positions, classes ... Read More

Lourdes Plans

NEBRASKA CITY - The Lourdes Central Catholic back-to-back state championship basketball team will host a "Case the Trophy" Celebration at the school on Wednesday, March 15. The celebration is planned from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. to recognize the team an... Read More

Sen. Watermeier Highlights Priority Bills In State Legislature

LINCOLN - State Sen. Dan Watermeier says priority bills before the Legislature include sales tax on Internet purchases, confidentiality for lethal drug providers and farm land tax reform. The senator designated LB44 as his priority bill. It would ... Read More

Nebraska City Council Schedules March 23 Town Hall Meeting

NEBRASKA CITY - The Nebraska City City Council has scheduled a town hall meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, at the Kimmel Room of the Morton James Public Library. Agenda items for the special meeting include an overview of tax increment fina... Read More