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Crawford County and Manilla, Iowa working on project

Crawford County, Iowa and the City of Manilla are working together on a widening and resurfacing project for a part of Highway 45/Railway Street north of Manilla. According to, the proj... Read More

Cuming Choraliers performing Sunday

The Cuming Choraliers is holding their annual Spring Concert "20th Century Hit Parade" on Sunday at Grace Lutheran Church in West Point. President Daryl Boots says people can expect new and old songs. "Well we're going to do a couple different son... Read More

(VIDEO) LePorte to retire from KRVN Radio

Longtime KRVN Farm Director Mike LePorte will retire on June 1, 2015 after 25 years with the radio station. LePorte started his broadcast career in 1966 and his Farm Broadcast career in 1983. Since 1990 he has been at KRVN and the Rural Radio Network... Read More

Scotus teacher to receive award

Columbus Scotus chemistry teacher Jane Dusel-Misfeldt is going to receive the 2015 Freda Battey Distinguished Educator Award in Lincoln on Friday. The Norfolk Daily News reports the award recognizes teaching excellence and includes a monetary awar... Read More

Missing Missouri Boy may be in Nebraska

Authorities in Missouri have issued a missing person advisory for a 2-year old boy believed to be in Nebraska and in danger. A formal endangered person advisory has been issued by the Jefferson City, Missouri Police Department for Colton Dominguez... Read More

Oakland City Council Member resigns

Tammy Schinck has resigned from the Oakland City Council. reports that a lack of communication and respect by certain colleagues were reasons she left the council. Schinck joined the council in January of this year....... Read More

Sioux City North holds graduation

Nearly 300 graduates were in attendance at Sioux City North's High School Graduation on Wednesday. According to the Sioux City Journal, 22 students did not attend. The ceremony was held at the Tyson Events Center....... Read More

South Sioux City man found guilty in meth case

A 42-year old South Sioux City man has been found guilty of selling meth. According to the Sioux City Journal, Jose Orellana faces a minimum of five years in prison, and a maximum of 40 years. Trial evidence showed Orellana was involved in a co... Read More

EPA Rules Would Restrict Pesticides, Protect Pollinators

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new pesticide label restrictions designed to protect managed bees used as part of pollination services from foliar applications during bloom, according to a document released by the agency Thursda... Read More


Central Valley Ag Humphrey     Corn –    336    Beans – 868 Oakland    Corn –    332    Beans – 868 Tekamah    Corn –    332    Beans – 868 West Point    Corn –    336    Beans – 868 East Grai... Read More

Four Morningside softball players named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes

Four Morningside College softball players have been named 2015 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes. The Mustangs’ softball Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes are: Tiffany Brasby, a senior first baseman from North Platte, Neb. Brasby has a 3.74 cum... Read More