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(AUDIO) West Point-Beemer School Update

West Point Public Schools will be sending out a survey to parents soon. Middle School Principal Brendan Calahan has the details. Calahan made his comments during this week's Interview with KTIC Radio. Click here to listen to Interview with ... Read More

(AUDIO) West Point City Council and Cuming County Ag Society negotiate property at Special Meeting

The West Point City Council held a Special Meeting at the Nielsen Center Wednesday night for negotiations on property owned by the Cuming County Ag Society in regard to the levee system and the Army Corps of Engineers constructing a berm on the prope... Read More

Rural Radio Network launches western lifestyle podcast

The Rural Radio Network has launched western lifestyle podcast called Breaking the Barrier. In the rodeo world, a broken barrier is not a good thing. It’s a 10-second penalty that generally means a competitor is out of the money. However, the ba... Read More

(AUDIO) GACC School Radio Update

GACC has announced the times for their Catholic Schools Week Breakfast on Sunday, January 31st. High School Principal Kate Hagemann. Hagemann made her comments during this week's Interview with KTIC Radio. Click here to listen to Interview ... Read More

ELVPHD announces plan to notify people when vaccine is available

{WISNER}- Elkhorn Logan Valley Public Health Department (ELVPHD) has launched an online system for individuals 65 years of age and over who want to be notified when and where COVID-19 vaccination opportunities are available for them. For those in tha... Read More

Explore conservation careers with Game and Parks virtual chats

LINCOLN, Neb. — Ever wondered what a day in the life of a Nebraska Game and Parks Commission conservation officer is really like? Or what equipment the zoologist uses to track tiger beetles? How about how many miles the public information officers ... Read More

Speakers challenge city, community college to follow MLK’s legacy

NORFOLK, Neb. – The City of Norfolk and Northeast Community College have been issued a challenge - a challenge to pick up and be the voice of reason in the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King (MLK), Jr. Although people may not consider their roles as ... Read More

Paycheck Protection Program 2.0 expands eligibility to farmers, ranchers, self employed

Another round of the Paycheck Protection Program has been issued, and it has expanded eligibility to include farmers, ranchers and other self-employed people. The following is information from the Small Business Administration's website and press ... Read More

(CANCELLED) EMA issued on man missing from Omaha area

UPDATE: The Endangered Missing Advisory activated to determine the whereabouts of Edward MANHEIMER, has been cancelled. The alert has been cancelled due to Located Deceased   PREVIOUS: An Endangered Missing Advisory has been activ... Read More

Nat Geo Wild to premiere season three of Nebraska vet show on Jan. 30

Nat Geo Wild will premiere season three of the television show based on a Nebraska husband and wife veterinary duo on January 30 at 10/9 central. Season three of Heartland Docs, DVM, starring Docs Ben and Erin Schroeder of Hartington, NE, will fea... Read More

NDOT Announces Selection of County Bridge Match Program Proposals

January 15, 2021 (Lincoln, Neb.) — Today, the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT)announced 21 proposals have been selected for funding in the fifth round of the County Bridge Match Program (CBMP). The program was created as a result of the... Read More

A Touch of Brass to perform at Northeast Community College

NORFOLK, Neb. – The five-member ensemble A Touch of Brass will perform in concert later this month on the Norfolk campus of Northeast Community College. The concert will be held on Sun., Jan. 24, at 2 p.m., in the Cox Activities Center Theatre. It... Read More

Northeast in South Sioux City partners with Great West Casualty on innovative program

SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. – Northeast Community College in South Sioux City and Great West Casualty Company are partnering to offer graduating seniors a career in the insurance industry and free college tuition. Through the program, qualified applica... Read More

Senator Joni Albrecht's Weekly Update

One of the most important bills I am presenting to the Legislature this year is LB111, the First Responders and Public Protection Bill. The Bill will address some of the concerns that emerged surrounding officer and public safety during riots this pa... Read More