Loper Men's Basketball wins at Chadron

The Nebraska Kearney men’s basketball team got 43 points from four true freshmen and went on a 17-0 run to win at Chadron State, 78-62, Friday night. This was the 175th all-time meeting between t... Read More

Nance discusses space heater safety

There are many things to consider when it comes to space heater safety. Public Information Officer Ray Nance says always monitor space heaters. "Now those space heaters are designed as temporary heating, not as permanent heating methods, and shoul... Read More

Huskers To Honor Pollmiller

The No. 11th Nebraska volleyball team brings a seven-match win streak into tonight's Senior Night match against Michigan at 7 p.m. at the Bob Devaney Sports Center. The Huskers will honor their lone senior, setter Mary Pollmiller, at the match. Nebra... Read More

Businesses and Chamber Members encouraged to be a part of

The Lexington Area Chamber of Commerce invites businesses and chamber members to participate in "Light up Lexington." Executive Director Tina Reil-Lux says call the chamber or email her to show off. "We want to show off this town. We want business... Read More

Kearney Area Concerned Citizens having Thanksgiving Dinner

Kearney Area Concerned Citizens is holding its 30th annual Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Participant Gailen Koutros says the event has grown over the years. "Well it originally started out as a Knights of Columbus project here in Kearne... Read More

Alco In West Point And Elsewhere To Close

Small-town discount retailer Alco Stores will close after a U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Dallas approved an order by the company's creditors to shutter its stores. There are twelve ALCO stores in Nebraska.  That means the towns of West Point, Ogallal... Read More

LRHC responds to PCMG resignation

Physicians and physician assistants with the physician-owned Plum Creek Medical Group in Lexington have voluntarily resigned from their privileges to admit and see patients at Lexington Regional Health Center. It becomes effective at midnight Saturda... Read More

Construction underway to revive Lake Helen

Lake Helen in Gothenburg is receiving a long over due facelift. The $1.5 million upgrade will shrink the former 27 acre lake, into a 20 acre lake stocked with fresh fish when it's all said and done. City Administrator, Bruce Clymer said the lake g... Read More

ASA Reacts to EPA’s Deferral of Biodiesel RVO Number Until 2015

WASHINGTON (November 21, 2014) – In response to today’s announcement from the Environmental Protection Agency that the EPA would not finalize the 2014 Required Volume Obligations (RVO) will not before the end of the year, American Soybean Associa... Read More

Central Platte NRD to Hold Public Hearing for Changes to their Chemigation & Groundwater Quality Programs

PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE CHEMIGATION PROGRAM -Signature: The signature of the permit holder & certified applicator(s) will be required on all chemigation applications. -Permit Fees:  A change in Title 195, Chapter 3, Nebraska Department of Envi... Read More

Lexington physician group resigns from local hospital

The 6 physicians and two physician assistants that make-up the independently-owned Plum Creek Medical Group in Lexington have given notice that they are resigning from their privileges to admit and see patients at Lexington Regional Health Center. It... Read More