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Rep. Fortenberry signs onto bill that could offer $500 million to fairs

Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry has signed on to a bill that could help fairgrounds survive the pandemic. The Agricultural Fairs Rescue Act (H.R. 7883) has bipartisan support and has been int... Read More

(AUDIO) Nebraska breakaway roping talent to compete professionally at Buffalo Bill Rodeo

Accomplished cowgirls have been able to barrel race professionally for decades. Now, they have the chance to compete at the professional level with a rope in their hands. North Platte, Nebraska, cowgirl Bailey Brown will be capitalizing on th... Read More

Missouri River Outdoor Expo at Ponca State Park cancelled for 2020

PONCA, Neb. — The 2020 Missouri River Outdoor Expo at Ponca State Park has been cancelled due to the unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 health situation and potential public health restrictions for the fall. The expo, originally set for Sept. ... Read More

(AUDIO) West Point City Council Updated on Water Treatment Plant Project, Core Health Club coming to West Point

The West Point City Council met at the Nielsen Center Tuesday evening, and covered several key agenda items, including an update on the Water Treatment Plant Project. City Administrator Tom Goulette has the latest. Leanne Ritter with Advanced ... Read More

(AUDIO) Wisner City Council meets Monday night

The Wisner City Council met Monday night and took action on the temporary closure of 17th Street at Highway 275 for the study of traffic. City Administrator Randy Woldt. Woldt says the Council also voted to remove "No Parking" in the 500 Block... Read More

USDA Rural Development Invests $4.9 Million to Modernize Water and Wastewater Infrastructure in Four Rural Nebraska Communities

LINCOLN, Neb., August 3, 2020 – USDA Rural Development Nebraska State Director Karl Elmshaeuser today announced that more than $4.9 million will be utilized for projects in the village of Clearwater, city of Lyons, village of Hyannis and the vill... Read More

(AUDIO) Bancroft-Rosalie Return to School Plan

As the Coronavirus Pandemic continues, area schools have come up with plans to Return to School this fall. Bancroft-Rosalie Superintendent Dr. Jon Cerny spoke with KTIC News about their plan. Cerny says the school is requiring masks when socia... Read More

Scott Named Special Operations Commander, Sutter to Lead Troop A

AUGUST 3, 2020 (OMAHA, NEB.)  — The Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) is streamlining the organization of several specialty divisions within NSP. The restructuring will add NSP specialties such as the Technical Crimes Division, Nebraska Information Ana... Read More

Stanton County District Court Proceedings

On Monday in Stanton County District Court the following individuals were given jail sentences by District Judge Mark Johnson. Kyler Jahnke, 22, Norfolk was sentenced to 12 months in prison for Operating a Motor Vehicle to Avoid Arrest. Jahnke was al... Read More

13 year old arrested for stealing car

On Sunday morning at about 3:20 a.m. the Stanton County Sheriff’s office stopped a vehicle on Hwy 35 near Woodland Park. The vehicle was being operated by a 13 year old Male who was found to have stolen the vehicle from a Norfolk residence. The juv... Read More

Northeast Community College prepares for fall semester; face masks to be required on all campuses

NORFOLK, Neb – Northeast Community College continues to put plans into place as faculty, staff, and students prepare to begin the fall semester on Monday, August 17. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, plans have been developed to include appropriate so... Read More