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Eastern Nebraska to Experience Blizzard, NDOT and State Patrol Advise Caution

  January 14, 2021 (Lincoln, Neb.) — Nebraska looks to be in store for another major winter storm today which will impact travelers across much of the state. This week, the Nebraska Department of... Read More

Nebraska Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference to take place in January

The 2021 Young Farmers and Ranchers Conference is set to take place January 29th and 30th in Kearney, NE.  Though a “young” farmer or rancher is considered to be 35 or under, all are welcome to attend. The conference will feature sessions on ... Read More

Mary Harding elected NPPD Board Chair for 2021

Columbus, Neb. – Mary Harding of Plattsmouth was elected as Chair of Nebraska Public Power District’s Board of Directors for 2021 following that body’s annual election of officers Wednesday in Columbus. Also elected were Jerry Chlopek of Col... Read More

(AUDIO) Weekly Conversation W/NE Game and Parks' Greg Wagner

Nebraska Game and Parks' Greg Wagner joined JD Gibbs on Wednesday for their weekly conversation on 840 KTIC's Midday in MidAmerica. Wagner says the weather is not conducive for Ice Fishing. Wagner says hunting season continues through the end ... Read More

(AUDIO) West Point City Park Board Accepting Tree Sponsorship Applications

The West Point City Park Board is taking Applications to sponsor a tree in town. Board Member Dave Wimmer tells KTIC News trees will be planted in different areas than they were the past few years. Wimmer tells KTIC News what they'll do as par... Read More

River Antlerless deer season extended for resident hunters

LINCOLN, Neb. – Due to deer depredation issues, Nebraska’s late season in the River Antlerless areas has been extended for residents only through Jan. 31, 2021, through Secretarial Order by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The Commission... Read More

Commission enacts Special Landowner Deer Season

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission adopted wildlife regulations that enacted a Special Landowner Deer Season and allowed the purchase of a bonus or a preference point with regard to big game hunting at its Jan. 13 meeting in Lin... Read More

(AUDIO) GACC School Update

GACC Elementary Principal Paula Peatrowksy joined KTIC Radio for this week's GACC School Radio Update. Peatrowsky highlights a meeting coming up later this month. Peatrowsky any parents unable to attend should contact the school. GACC's ann... Read More

Rural Radio Network offering two new internships for broadcasting, video production

The Rural Radio Network is currently seeking two interns to add to its team of farm broadcasters and digital creators at Nebraska Innovation Campus in Lincoln. The two internships are designed to give students hands-on experience in broadcasting, ... Read More

City of Lincoln to sell surplus equipment at auction

The City of Lincoln is selling 49 pieces of equipment including: tractors, backhoes, motor graders, wheel loaders, ZTR mowers and more. All equipment is selling at www.purplewave.com on Feb 9.th Both City of Lincoln Fleet Services and City of L... Read More

Nebraska Game and Parks to host a free virtual pre-K program: Nature Tails

LINCOLN, Neb. — The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is hosting a new, virtual series designed for preschoolers. The free Nature Tails will be at 10 a.m. CST on Tuesdays, starting Jan. 12. Each week, Game and Parks outdoor educators from across ... Read More