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(AUDIO) Weekly Chat with NE Game and Parks' Greg Wagner

Greg Wagner of Nebraska Game and Parks says there's an exciting statewide hunting event happening this weekend. Wagner reminds Motorists to be careful on the roads when it comes to watching out for Deer. Wagner has these Road Safety tips for o... Read More

(AUDIO) Spotlight: Birchroom Chophouse and Lounge in Wayne

Doug Anderson visited with Birchroom Chophouse and Lounge in Wayne Owner Josie Broders about their menu and what they have to offer. Broders says they have a little bit of everything. Broders says all the food is homegrown. She says they do... Read More

(AUDIO) Kirby talks OctoberFest, Expansion with KTIC Radio

Doug Anderson visited with Jeremy Kirby from Divots Brewery in Norfolk. Kirby says Divots continues to grow. Kirby says they should be making beers at their new brewery by the end of the year. Doug also visited with Kirby about the beers th... Read More

U.S. winter outlook: cooler north, warmer south

Expect a dry, warm winter in the south, and cooler, wetter, conditions in the North, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. NOAA last week released its U.S. Winter Outlook, indicating weather impacts from an ongoing La N... Read More

Northeast Community College & Norfolk Area Chamber of Commerce to host NE Chamber Fall Forum

NORFOLK, Neb. - The Norfolk Area Chamber of Commerce and Northeast Community College invite business and manufacturing leaders across the college’s 20-county service area to participate in the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Fall Foru... Read More

(AUDIO) Wisner City Council approves Color for Water Tower

The Wisner City Council held discussion and took action on the Color of the Water Tower for the Water Tower Project at Monday night's meeting. City Administrator Randy Woldt. Also at Monday night's meeting, Woldt says the Council approved the ... Read More

Happy Toy Maker brings farm, ranch kids’ dreams to reality

In 1999, Jerry Sims made a blue doctoring chute for his two boys to play with. What started as one Christmas gift, has turned into every farm and ranch kid’s dream.  Sims, affectionately known as The Happy Toy Maker, creates realistic, heavy du... Read More

Motorists urged to use caution to avoid collisions with deer

LINCOLN, Neb. – Deer are more active this time of the fall. Crops are being harvested and deer breeding season is in full swing. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has suggestions to help drivers avoid deer-vehicle accidents and lessen the risk... Read More

Senator Albrecht's Weekly Update

The Nebraska Manufacturing Industry Database has some news that includes mention of industry and businesses in District 17. Residents, farmers, and ranchers in all of rural Nebraska realize that food products are a large and important part of our sta... Read More

Blair Woman dies in Burt County Accident

At approximately 9:20 a.m. on Monday NSP was alerted to a crash on Highway 32 near County Road 23 in Burt County. The crash involved a Jeep SUV and a semi. Preliminary investigation shows that the SUV crossed the center line while traveling westbound... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Announces New Grant Programs to Get Nebraska Growing, Proclaims October as Pregnancy and Infant Awareness Month in Nebraska

LINCOLN – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts announced new grant programs to continue growing Nebraska in the midst of the disruptions of the coronavirus pandemic.  As part of the Coronavirus Relief Fund, the State of Nebraska received $1.084 billion... Read More

Mid-October Snowfall in Northeast Nebraska

West Point and portions of Northeast Nebraska had nearly one inch of wet snow by 9AM on Monday, 12 days prior to Halloween. The area had a similar snowfall Sunday, with Schuyler getting nearly 3 inches. Monday's snow will continue intermittentl... Read More

South Dakota poet to read at Northeast Visiting Writers event

NORFOLK, Neb. – A South Dakota poet will be featured during the next Visiting Writers Series of the fall semester at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. Jim Reese will read from his work during a virtual presentation on Wed. Oct. 21, at 4 p.... Read More

P2T: building a skilled workforce through CTE classes at Northeast in West Point

WEST POINT, Neb. – High school students across northeast Nebraska are continuing their preparation for college or employment opportunities in the workforce through a program that allows them to take classes of their choosing outside the typical cla... Read More