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Wisner-Pilger hosts One-Act Play Festival

Despite Covid-19 limitations and play casts plagued by illness, the twenty-first annual Gator Play Production festival was held Thursday at Wisner-Pilger's Fine Arts Auditorium.   Five schools perfor... Read More

Game and Parks to release pheasants on 16 wildlife management areas before Thanksgiving

LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will release rooster pheasants on 16 wildlife management areas prior to the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. The 16 areas are: Powder Creek, (Dixon County), Oak Valley (Madison County), Wilkinson... Read More

(AUDIO) Columbus Area United Way putting on Duck Events to raise money for annual campaign

The Columbus Area United Way is putting on a Ducks on the Square Event on Thursday in conjunction with the downtown tree lighting event. Executive Director Hope Freshour. The event will take place at Frankfort Square near the Platte County Cou... Read More

(AUDIO) Weekly Update with West Point Public Schools

West Point Public Schools provided a COVID-19 Update in their weekly interview with KTIC Radio. Superintendent Bill McAllister. McAllister says 33 Elementary Students are quarantined. Masks are required beginning Wednesday. The School Di... Read More

Nebraska Ag Expo postponed to February 23-25, 2021

The Nebraska Ag Expo is moving to 2021, instead of canceling the show, it was decided  with recent increases in COVID-19 guidelines it would be best to move the show into the new year.  Cindy Feldman is Director of Marketing for the Iowa-Nebraska E... Read More

(AUDIO) Holidays May Bring Some New Scams for Senior Citizens

State Health Officials warn of some new scams that could target Senior Citizens around the Holidays due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. One of those Scams is the COVID-19 Vaccine Scam, according to Public Information Officer Barb Tyler. Tyler say... Read More

(AUDIO) GACC holding Online Book Fair and Drives this week

GACC is holding a virtual book fair this week. High School Principal Kate Hagemann. The school's website is gaccbluejays.org. Hagemann says they are also holding Food and SPA Paper Drives this week. Hagemann made her comments during ... Read More

NOVEMBER 16, 2020 (LINCOLN, NEB.)  — The Nebraska State Patrol joins law enforcement agencies throughout the United States in an effort to keep travelers safe leading up to and during the Thanksgiving holiday. The “Click It or Ticket” event b... Read More

Former Pilger Village Clerk Neiman pleads guilty in Theft Case

On Monday in Stanton County District Court, Kimberly Neiman, 58, of Pilger entered a guilty plea to Attempted Theft by Unlawful Taking a Class IIIA felony in connection to the theft of funds from the Village of Pilger where she formerly served as Vil... Read More

Windy conditions: likely cause of combine fire

High winds and dry conditions were the likely causes of a combine fire north of Morrill on Sunday, Nov. 15. Ron Sittner was out in his combine bringing in the last of the corn. His daughter Amy and her husband Charles Banghart were at the end of t... Read More

Prescription fraud suspect arrested after striking NSP Patrol Unit

NOVEMBER 15, 2020 (OMAHA, NEB.)  — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) have arrested a North Carolina resident after she intentionally drove her vehicle into a trooper’s patrol unit during a prescription fraud investigation. Saturday... Read More