Friday (09/23/2016) Alliance 31, Lexington 7 Amherst 49, Overton 18 Anselmo-Merna 82, Stapleton 26 Arapahoe 26, Wauneta-Palisade 6 Archbishop Bergan 41, Wisner-Pilger 16 Ashland-Greenwood 41, Milford-Dorchester 27 Auburn 15, Falls City 14 Aurora 26, Gering 0 Bennington 34, Plattsmouth 15 Bloomfield 102, Elkhorn Valley 21 Blue Hill 46, Axtell 6 Boys Town 39, Fort Calhoun […]

WAYNE – The Wayne High Metteer Girls Golf Invitational was held Thursday from the Wayne Country Club. 13 of the 17 teams represented competed with a full team. Battle Creek won the 18-hole invite with a 391, just edging Hartington Cedar Catholic by five strokes with a 396, Norfolk Catholic took third with a 402, […]

NEBRASKA CITY – State Sen. Dan Watermeier told Nebraska City Rotarians Wednesday that workforce development is key  to Nebraska’s economic development. He said corrections reform and forecasts for a budget shortfall will dominate headlines for the 105th state Legislature and  workforce development is  part of the answer for both issues. A recent proposal calls for […]

PONCA – During the 12th annual Missouri River Outdoor Expo another annual event took place this past weekend. The third annual Bob’s Burger Eating contest was held Sunday at Ponca State Park. 10 competitors participated in the event where they had to consume a Bob’s Bar Burger, side of fries and a big gulp drink […]

The Randolph Police Department is asking for your assistance in finding a missing juvenile. Machenzie Pollard has been reported as missing and was last seen in Randolph. Machenzie is a 13-year-old white female. She is five-feet, six-inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. She has brown hair and brown eyes. Machenzie may be wearing a gray […]

MILFORD – Southeast Community College-Milford offered high school students a great opportunity to see what it’s like to work in construction on Tuesday. This is the second straight year that Integrated Global Dimensions, a women owned small business based in Lincoln, got to put on the event in Nebraska. They will also hold sessions at […]

LINCOLN – The Nebraska State Patrol wants motorists in Nebraska to be extra careful during the 2016 harvest season. As harvest season is in full swing, that also means more tractors, combines, grain carts and other ag equipment will be on Nebraska roads. These vehicles typically travel at slower speeds with the drivers oftentimes having less […]

LAUREL – Starting Tuesday, September 20 maintenance work is scheduled near Laurel. Weather permitting, the Nebraska Department of Roads will begin armor coating on US-20 from the west edge of Laurel to the US20/N-116 junction. Traffic will be maintained with flaggers and a pilot car.  Motorists can expect reduced speed, slight delays and loose gravel […]

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A prominent Nebraska businessman who built Crete Carrier into one of the nation’s largest privately owned trucking companies and played a significant role in the state’s Republican party has died. Duane Acklie was 84 when he died Saturday. His son-in-law, Tonn Ostergard, who is Crete Carrier’s CEO, said Acklie’s funeral will […]

Stakeholders in the Nebraska Unified District #1 will see a slight decrease in their levy this year and will continue having the second-lowest levy in Antelope County. Unified board members met in Clearwater on Monday for their monthly meeting and formally adopted the 2016-17 budget and set the levy. Other key topics at the meeting […]