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(AUDIO) West Point Optimist Club Clothing Drive has big turnout

West Point Optimist Club's Annual Clothing Drive was held at the Nielsen Center in West Point on Wednesday and Thursday. Program Director Karen Baumert says the turnout was fantastic. "Yes I'd say we had a great turnout. Larger than anticipated, and ... Read More

Boil order issued for Hartington

HARTINGTON, Neb. (AP) _ An order to boil tap water has been issued for Hartington. Reports say the boil order was issued after testing of the city's water revealed E. coli contamination. Officials say tap water should be boiled for at least a minute ... Read More

(AUDIO) Bancroft-Rosalie to hold Veterans Day Program on Monday

Bancroft-Rosalie School will hold their Veterans Day Program on Monday at 2:45 in the Main Gym. Principal Mike Sjuts says the program includes student speakers and a band performance. "We're going to start things out with a welcome and a playing of o... Read More

(AUDIO) North Bend Central Veterans Day Program to be held on Monday

North Bend Central will hold their annual Veterans Day Program on Monday inside the school's gymnasium. History Teacher Ken Streff says the program includes a table setting along with music from the band and chorus. "Starts around 10:50 and goes unti... Read More

Northeast Community College to honor military veterans with Veterans Day observance; displays

NORFOLK, NE – Northeast Community College is commemorating the efforts and sacrifices of current and past members of the armed forces in November. The College’s Student Veterans Organization (SVO) will sponsor a Veterans Day program on Monday, N... Read More

Voichoskie awarded Grow Smart™ scholarship

The opening day of the 75th Annual National Association of Farm Broadcasting brought recognition to a Rural Radio Network farm broadcaster. Alex Voichoskie, a broadcaster at the Nebraska Innovation Campus studio, received the Grow Smart™ Scholar... Read More

Nebraska backs Medicaid expansion, re-elects Republicans

Nebraska voters endorsed a proposal to expand Medicaid coverage under the federal health care law but also elected a slate of Republicans who have railed against it as an unsustainable government program. State officials are now required to submit... Read More

West Point Gets A New Mayor and  Two New City Council Members

Cuming County saw a 57 percent turnout at the polls Tuesday with 3,414 people casting  ballots.     Bruce Schlecht, a city councilman in West Point for some 18 years was elected the new mayor with 767 votes, defeating Alex Norton ... Read More

January trial set for driver in Stanton County crash death

STANTON, Neb. (AP) _ A Norfolk resident is scheduled to begin trial Jan. 8 for the crash death of a 22-year-old man in northeast Nebraska. Stanton County District Court records say 24-year-old Tucker Lanz pleaded not guilty Monday to manslaughter. Th... Read More

Veterans Day

As I have been visiting towns across the Good Life, I can’t help but be filled with pride. Deep into the season, with the hues of orange that grace our trees and seas of Husker red every weekend, Nebraska is showing her fall beauty. It’s only... Read More

Honoring Nebraska's Veterans

Every year, Veterans Day provides an opportunity for Americans to come together and honor the men and women who have served in our armed forces.  This Veterans Day marks a special day in our country’s history: The 100th anniversary of the armisti... Read More

(AUDIO) West Point Optimist Club Clothing Drive being held this week

West Point Optimist Club's Annual Clothing Drive will be held on Wednesday and Thursday at the Nielsen Center in West Point. Program Director Karen Baumert says clothes can be dropped off all day on Wednesday and part of the day on Thursday. "We have... Read More

(Audio)  Kelly Gentrup Resigns As Director Of Cuming County Economic Development

Cuming County Economic Development Director Kelly Gentrup turned in her resignation last week, effective November 21st.  Kelly has been with the department for three-and-a-half years and  for more than two years as director.     ... Read More

Central Platte NRD Taking Tree Orders for Spring Planting

Nebraska’s Natural Resources Districts (NRDs) help landowners plant more than a million conservation trees each year.  The Central Platte NRD has sold over 3.7 million trees since 1973 and is now taking orders for spring planting. There are 40 sp... Read More