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Over 2,000 plants available during upcoming Northeast Community College horticulture club plant fair

NORFOLK, Neb. - Now that spring has sprung, master gardeners and hobbyists are itching to get to work. And the Northeast Community College Horticulture Club is prepared to help. The club will host ... Read More

Rural Mainstreet on Strong Growth Path: Farmland Prices Expanding Rapidly

For the fifth straight month, the Creighton University Rural Mainstreet Index (RMI) climbed above growth neutral. According to the monthly survey of bank CEOs in rural areas of a 10-state region dependent on agriculture and/or energy. Overall: The... Read More

(AUDIO) Pro Eater Randy Santel Coming to Nebraska

Seven pounds of pizza, 24 tacos, five pounds of crawfish, a six pound burrito and an ice cream sundae that fits in a kitchen sink. These are just some of the food challenges that professional eater Randy Santel, known as Atlas of Atlas and Zeus Pr... Read More

Norfolk man arrested on Felony Drug Charges

On Thursday afternoon, the Stanton County Sheriff’s office arrested a 36-year old rural Norfolk man on felony drug charges and prohibited acts (under influence of illegal drugs) Michael Garver was taken into custody at his residence just east of No... Read More

Senator Albrecht's Weekly Update

107TH LEGISLATURE, 1ST SESSION - DAY 62 MEDAL OF HONOR HIGHWAY Last year Beverly Neel and I had the privilege of joining other residents of District 17 to celebrate the completion of the newly named Nebraska Medal of Honor Highway (U.S.20). On Ma... Read More

(AUDIO) Severe Weather is on the Way; Prepare Now for Spring Storms

(West Point, NE)-Changing seasons bring unsettled weather. The Cuming County Public Power District wants to remind everyone to be prepared and know how to stay safe in the event of a Severe Storm hitting. Communications Manager Nicki White has some t... Read More

Troopers Participate in ‘U Text, U Drive, U Pay’ Campaign

APRIL 14, 2021 (LINCOLN, NEB.) — The Nebraska State Patrol participated in a nationwide campaign last weekend, intended to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. The “U Text, U Drive, U Pay” campaign ran from April 8-12 in com... Read More

Testing shows animal killed near Uehling was Wolf

FREMONT, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska wildlife officials say genetic testing has shown that an animal killed in January by coyote hunters north of Fremont was a gray wolf. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission said Wednesday in a news release that the femal... Read More

(AUDIO) Growing Together Northeast Nebraska Encourages Adults to fill out Survey

Growing Together Northeast Nebraska has an important survey they encourage adults to fill out. Executive Director Angie Stenger tells KTIC News what the organization is all about. Stenger says a program has been put together to bring people ba... Read More

(AUDIO) GACC Update 4-13-21

GACC's Prom is set for this weekend. Elementary Principal Paula Peatrowsky has more. Peatrowsky says graduation is on Sunday, May 9th at 1:30 p.m. at the GACC Activities Center. GACC has an Elementary Event coming up next week. Peatr... Read More

Nebraska to pause Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine

{WISNER}- Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department (ELVPHD) and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is pausing administration of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen COVID-19 vaccine, following CDC and FDA recommendations. On Tuesday... Read More