Numerous high schools have cancelled their scheduled softball games for today due to weather.
Jordan Grabouski, Greg Metz, Kyle Vanover and Brendon Stigge were winners on Friday night at Septemberfest at the Beatrice Speedway.
Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says that he is somewhat surprised by Attorney General Eric Holder's announcement that he is stepping down.
Area law enforcement agencies in cooperation with the DEA will be holding a nationwide drug take back event tomorrow.
The 2014 Beatrice Speedway racing season concludes over the weekend with Septemberfest.
The Beatrice volleyball team pulled off a three-set sweep of Fairbury on Thursday night.
Beatrice hit five homeruns, and Tianna Hausman broke a school record and tied a state record with three homers, lifting the Lady Orange past Lincoln East, 10-3, on Thursday night.
Jefferson School in Fairbury was locked down for about a half hour this morning as law enforcement was serving an arrest warrant at a house across the street from the school.
Governor Dave Heineman insists the Nikko Jenkins case demonstrates the need to replace the automatic good time law for state inmates.
Cedarwood Assisted Living celebrates 10 years today with an open house and special programs from 1 to 3 this afternoon.
Governor Dave Heineman reports that all four Nebraska veterans’ homes have received perfect scores on their annual Health Care System Surveys from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
A big step has been taken in the electronic transfer of medical records
The Associated Press has released their Nebraska high school football rankings this week.
Scores from 9-23.
An economic indicator followed by the University of Nebraska Bureau of Business Research shows improvement and provides optimism for the rest of the year.
Retailers in Nebraska and across the country that accept electronic benefit transfers, or EBT cards from Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants must now pay for their own processing equipment,
The Fourth District Farmers Union will meet Wednesday evening at the Back Alley BBQ in Beatrice.
For the week ending September 21, 2014, sunshine and above normal temperatures across much of the state helped move crop development towards maturity.
A new government report shows Kansas growers were busy in the past week planting winter wheat as the corn and sorghum harvests progressed.
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