Nebraska City Settles With Former Clerk For $325,000

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City commissioners approved a $325,000 legal settlement with a former city clerk that claimed he was fired after casting doubt on the city’s handling of a public utilities... Read More

Boy With Minor Injuries After Ramming Car With Bicycle

 NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City Fire and Rescue attended to a Nebraska City boy Thursday evening after his bicycle rammed into the side of a northbound vehicle on 16th Street. Police say Christopher Moyer was going too fast through an alley... Read More

City May Pursue Bridge Repairs At 1st, 10th and 16th Streets

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska City City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 6. The agenda include seeking bids to repair creek bridges at First, 10th and 16th streets. The Dock Board proposes extending sheetwall to the creek.... Read More

Police Report Sudden Rise In Counterfeit Bills

NEBRASKA CITY – Police are reporting a surge in counterfeit bills in Nebraska City over the past few days. There are an estimated $70 million in counterfeit bills in circulation in the United States. There is about one counterfeit note for every... Read More

Art Center Hosts Kirk's Series

NEBRASKA CITY – The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts is presenting “Beyond the Missouri” photographs by Elise Kirk May 6 through June 13. A gallery talk is scheduled at 5 p.m. on May 16 in conjunction with the monthly “third Thurs... Read More

School Seeks Spots On NC's Communication Tower

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City commissioners are scheduled to meet at 5:50 p.m. on May 6 as the community development agency. The agenda includes a tower lease with the Nebraska City Public Schools Foundation. The school proposes attaching two... Read More

Crime Stoppers Highlight Thefts From Vehicles

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City Crime Stoppers are highlighting a number of thefts. Thefts from vehicles has greatly increased in recent months. Vehicles have generally been left unlocked. Thefts from mobile homes and camper trailers are also... Read More

Learning Center Momentum Highlighted At SCC Forums

NEBRASKA CITY – Southeast Community College concluded its community forums Tuesday intended to help shape the school’s strategic focus for the next five years. College President Paul Illich said the forums were held in 16 communities begin... Read More

Nebraska City Plans National Day of Prayer Events

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska City Ministerial Association is organizing National Day of Prayer events on Thursday, May 2. Ceremonies are scheduled at 7:30 a.m. on the northeast grounds of the Nebraska City High School, noon at the Eagles Club 10... Read More

NC Car Show Benefits Children's Hospital

NEBRASKA CITY – The Children’s Miracle Network is sponsoring a show and shine car show in Nebraska City on May 18 to benefit the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha. The hospital is a full-service pediatric health care center pro... Read More

Sixth Grader Writers Feature Robot Assistants

NEBRASKA CITY - Lourdes Central Catholic’s sixth  graders designed and created their very own robots in writing class.  Students were tasked with building a robot that was productive in society and solved a problem.  Then they had to draw a ... Read More