NEBRASKA CITY –  While people all across the globe marched in large numbers for women’s rights on Saturday, a much smaller crowd protested in Nebraska City. Kirstie McLaughlin and about a half dozen friends and family, took to the streets of downtown Nebraska City from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Saturday to stand in solidarity […]

OMAHA – The Wayne High boys basketball team competed in the Nebraska Prep Classic Saturday afternoon from the Ralston Arena in Omaha. During the afternoon contest a pair of C1 boys basketball teams clashed during a late season contest. Boys Town immediately jumped out front with a 21-10 first quarter and added an 18-8 second. […]

Omaha, NE.—Worried that a Donald Trump presidency will erode their civil rights, safety and health a Women’s March on Omaha will hit the city’s downtown streets Saturday night. The protesters insist the rally, which includes a march from the Century Link Center to the Old Market, will be “inclusive and peaceful,” according to the group’s […]

FAIRBURY – A Farm Management Education Series is coming to Washington, Kansas. “Women in Agriculture” is a six session course that is limited to 25 people that want to advance their business and management skills to become more involved with farming or ranching operation. Classes will be held every Thursday, from February 2nd to March 9th. They […]

FAIRBURY – The Fairbury Jeffs managed to make big comebacks in both the girls and boys contests, but eventually Sutton was able to hold them off and get two conference road victories. In the boys matchup, the Mustangs were able to win 50-40, despite committing 25 turnovers. Fairbury only committed 11. Leading the way for […]

CROFTON – 10 coaches and an athletic director from Nebraska have advanced as finalists for the National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) national coach of the year. The NHSACA and the Nebraska Coaches Association (NCA) made the announcement that Wednesday two assistants, an AD and eight head coaches will look to be named the […]

WAYNE – For the 37th year, Bicycle Ride Across Nebraska (BRAN) will be allowing bike riders to compete in time and mileage amongst each other and to have a fun healthy week to see the state of Nebraska. This year, BRAN will change the route up a bit. Instead of traveling from west to east […]

NEBRASKA CITY – The governor of Nebraska concluded a whirlwind day with a visit to Nebraska City. Gov. Pete Ricketts finished his state wide tour on Wednesday, preaching fiscal responsibility. The state is currently in a budget shortfall and the governor has already had to rollback the budget, spending money on “only things we need.” […]

BEATRICE – Governor Pete Ricketts spoke to about 50 people at the Beatrice Municipal Airport Administration building as he wraps up a fly-around tour of Nebraska, following last week’s State of the State address. Ricketts spoke of efforts to close a $275 million budget shortfall in the final year of this biennium…..and how the state […]

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Nebraska would no longer recognize Columbus Day as an official state holiday but would instead honor the legacy of Native Americans if a new proposal becomes law. The bill introduced Tuesday would create “Standing Bear and Indigenous Leaders’ Day” in honor of the legendary Ponca Chief. The new state holiday would […]