City Approves Summer Movie Series

NEBRASKA CITY – The Nebraska City City Council approved several summer time events at its April 15 meeting. The summer movie series will return to the sunken parking lot Saturday’s at dusk from... Read More

Nebraska City Churches Continue Flood Relief Meals

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City churches continue to offer meals for displaced workers this week. The Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints at 920 Centennial Ave. has a meal at 6 p.m. on Thursday. St. Mary’s Catholic Church on north Sixth ... Read More

No Injuries In

NEBRASKA CITY – No injuries were reported following an accident on Fourth Corso and Steinhart Park Road during the school rush Tuesday morning. A black Dodge Durango driven by Laurie Swierczek, 37, of Nebraska City and a white Chevrolet Suburban... Read More

Free Admission Offered For Arbor Day Celebration

NEBRASKA CITY – Arbor Bank and Arbor Day Farm are offering free admission to the Tree Adventure and Arbor Lodge mansion during this year’s Arbor Day celebration in Nebraska City, April 26-28. Pam Frana: “You can go to the tree adventure ... Read More

The Late Ted Beilman Selected As Arbor Day Honoree

NEBRASKA CITY- Nebraska City Tourism and Commerce and the Arbor Day Committee have selected the late Ted Beilman as the 2019 Nebraska City Arbor Day Honoree. Beilman, who passed away in March, will be recognized posthumously as a tireless supporte... Read More

Where's Pam? Wounded Warrior Treks Across America

AUBURN – Ken Brock and his service dog Pam understand the day-by-day battle of those going through the Wounded Warrior Project. Brock, who suffers from post traumatic stress disorder, reached Auburn Tuesday, about the half-way mark of his 2,... Read More

Schedule For Arbor Day 2019 In Nebraska City

Think Green In ‘19 Think Green In ‘19 Nebraska City Arbor Day Celebration April 26 to 28.  * Event scheduled both Saturday and Sunday.   Tuesday, April 23 The Great American Clean Up. Meet at 3:30 at the Sunken Parking Lot on Central Ave... Read More

Teen Depression, Suicide Talk Scheduled At Library

NEBRASKA CITY- The Morton-James Public Library will host Nicholas Cody for a depression and suicide talk for teens. Cody shares his story about his battle with depression and suicide and discusses topics and advice intended to help those experienc... Read More

Nebraska City Churches Provide Meals For Displaced Workers

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City churches are providing meals for workers displaced by flooding. Evening meals are served Monday at First Lutheran, Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church, Wednesday at the First United Methodist Church, Thursday a... Read More


NEBRASKA CITY – Photographers, artists and anyone who can use a ride are being put on notice for Blue Rivers Public Transportation Week April 8 to 12. Dispatcher Bobbi Lechner said a $50 prize is on the line for the “Spot the Bus” contest. ... Read More

Nebraska City Utilities Awarded First In Safety

NEBRASKA CITY – Nebraska City utilities was recognized with the first place award from the American Public Power Association’s safety award for excellence presented at Colorado Springs, Colo., on April 1. Nebraska City was chosen from among 32... Read More