Registrations Being Taken For AppleJack Fun Run

NEBRASKA CITY - The Alpha Omega Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has opened registration for the annual AppleJack Fun Run 5K coming up on Sept. 21. Registration and packet pick-up for the event will start... Read More

Piper Monson to represent Nebraska at national actress award ceremony

OMAHA - A Lourdes Central Catholic High School graduate received a big honor Friday night at the Nebraska High School Theater Academy Showcase in Omaha. Piper Monson was selected to represent Nebraska at the Jimmy Awards next week in New York City... Read More

Prosecutor Says Everyday Heroics Brings Down AK-47 Bandit's Crime Spree

LINCOLN – Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Woods commended the heroes that brought the AK-47 Bandit’s crime spree in seven U.S. jurisdictions to an end at a federal hearing Wednesday, where Richard Gathercole was sentenced to 35 years in prison... Read More

Henry Motors Cuts Ribbon At New 11th Street Location

NEBRASKA CITY – Henry Motors cut a ribbon Tuesday at a new showpiece that helps to transform a stretch of the 11th Street commercial district. The car dealership established a service center at the former Pine Acres location in August of 2011. T... Read More

Committee Seeks City's Nod To Purse $3.5 Million Trail Project

NEBRASKA CITY - The Nebraska City City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. on June 3. The Tree City Trail Committee seeks authorization to seek $2.9 million in grant applications for a  trail project. The committee intends to apply to the K... Read More

Library Plans Second Thursday Teen Nights

NEBRASKA CITY – The Morton-James Public Library is hosting one teen night a month for June, July and August. Teen nights at the Kimmel Gallery are scheduled on the second Thursday of the month. On June 13, a meme party is planned that include... Read More

Water Leak Shuts Down  Block Of 10th Street

NEBRASKA CITY – A water leak has shut down a block of 10th Street. Water was pouring from cracks at the curb, bursting from sidewalks, blasting through holes in the asphalt and cascading down the steps of the Windstream building near First A... Read More

Nebraska City Sets Community Picnic On June 9

NEBRASKA CITY – The second annual Nebraska City Community Picnic is scheduled on Sunday, June 9, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Wildwood Park. Events include face painting, story time, hula hoops and a collaborative art project. A community photo wil... Read More

Nebraska City School Recognizes Teachers At Last Day Lunch

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska City Public Schools recognized employees at their last day of school luncheon Friday. Those recognized for 25 years were administrative assistant Teresa Hopkins and elementary secretary Sue Kenealy. For 30 yea... Read More

Girl's Foot Injured Beneath Toppled Granite Panel

NEBRASKA CITY – Police are investigating a criminal mischief case involving the toppling of one of the granite panels of the school building memorial on the grounds of the Nebraska City Middle School. Nebraska City rescue was called to the Middl... Read More

Despite Bus Crash, Hayward Expects Full Attendance For Last Day

NEBRASKA CITY – Hayward Elementary School expects all of its fourth graders to be in attendance for the last day of school on Friday, despite a Highway 2 accident Wednesday that sent their bus into a roadside ditch. The Nebraska State Patrol say... Read More