New Murals At GAR Hall Tell A Soldier's Civil War Story

NEBRASKA CITY – The Grand Army of the Republic Hall and Civil War Museum unveiled a new mural series telling the story of a Civil War soldier at the museum on Sunday. Mural Painter Kent Schwartz ... Read More

Over 200 Powdered At Northside Color Run

NEBRASKA CITY - Nearly 50 pounds of color awaited hundreds of runners at the Northside color run and carnival Friday night. Ahna Nelson of Parents in Education said the group has sponsored the carnival in the past, but this is the first year with ... Read More

Carrier Truck Stuck In Mud At South Intersection Construction Site

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City police say a traffic disaster was averted Wednesday after a vehicle carrier got stuck in the mud at the south intersection of highways 2 and 75. A Kansas driver made a turn onto Highway 2 too wide, dropping wheels o... Read More

New Nebraska Supreme Court Judge credits hometown for his success

NEBRASKA CITY, NE - Honorable Jeffrey Funke hasn't forgotten where he's come from. In fact, he and his family still call Nebraska City "home." The youngest judge on Nebraska's Supreme Court was born and raised in Nebraska City and he told Rotar... Read More

Donations Provide Concession Stand For Softball Complex

NEBRASKA CITY - Nebraska City's softball complex may soon have a concession stand. Nebraska City Parks Commissioner Pat Wehling said Monday that donations are providing $10,000 for the building. He asked city commissioners to add it to their prope... Read More

Industrial Zone Advancing Near 11th Corso Properties

NEBRASKA CITY - City commissioners advanced a zoning proposition Monday to benefit construction of storage units near 11th Corso and 15th Street. Henry Clark, who operates Clark Storage in Glenwood, Iowa, told commissioners he would build 150 stor... Read More

Future of Riverview Nature Park Tasked To Park Advisory Committee

NEBRASKA CITY - Nebraska City Parks Commissioner Pat Wehling is re-establishing a parks and recreation advisory board and says the future of Riverview Nature Park will be among the citizens group’s first order of business. Ongoing water erosion ... Read More

Nebraska City Revenue Compensates For Sales Tax Decline

NEBRASKA CITY - City Administrator Grayson Path told commissioners Monday that there are enough positive revenue signs in this year’s city budget to compensate the sudden loss of $120,000 in sales taxes. Path forecast the city’s lodging tax to... Read More

NC Council To Consider Closing Road In Riverview Nature Park

NEBRASKA CITY - Nebraska City commissioners are scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. on April 17 at city hall. The agenda includes closing of the road in Riverview Nature Park, re-establishing the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. The city will c... Read More

Library Sponsors

NEBRASKA CITY - York College Traveling Children’s Theatre will present Once Upon A Wolf on Saturday, April 29, at 2 p.m. at the middle school. The Morton-James Public Library is sponsoring the performance for the Arbor Day weekend. Seating for t... Read More

Otoe County Taking Bids To Resurface Old Highway 2

NEBRASKA CITY - The Otoe County roads department is taking bids to re-surface old Highway 2 from the intersection west of Dunbar to east of Table Creek Golf Course. Proposed projects include 11 miles of old Highway 2 between 38 and 60 roads. SY... Read More