Legislative Committee Told In West Point Leave County Bridge Repairs To Counties

The second of three public hearings on possible financing for county bridge repair and replacement was held in West Point Tuesday. Only three people testified among the two dozen who turned out. No... Read More

Scouting for Waterhemp Now

INDIANAPOLIS — Sept. 30, 2014 — Waterhemp continues to top the list of challenging weeds to control in cornfields and ignoring it can be costly. Waterhemp is one of the most common weeds for Midwest growers and has been especially difficult t... Read More

The 3rd annual "Trail of Treasures" Flea Market is being held October 3rd-5th. Nebraska Heritage Highway Association Secretary Julie Katz says the idea is to bring people to the byway. "The Heritage Highway Trail of Treasures is a byway long flea ... Read More

2015 National Beef Ambassadors Selected

Rachel Purdy (Wyoming), Will Pohlman (Arkansas), Alicia Smith (Texas), Kalyn McKibben (Oklahoma), Demi Snider (Ohio) were chosen as the 2015 National Beef Ambassador Team at the annual National Beef Ambassador competition, which is funded in part by ... Read More

Haulers Reminded Proper Permits Needed during Harvest Season

(Lincoln, Neb.)- With the arrival of harvest season in Nebraska, the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) Carrier Enforcement Division would like to remind haulers to obtain the proper permits and make sure their equipment has been inspected and is safe for u... Read More

Attempted Murder case bound over to District Court for trial

A 25-year-old Lexington man's case of two counts of Attempted 1st Degree Murder was bound over to District Court Monday for trial.  A preliminary hearing was held in Dawson County Court for Jose Covarrubias who faces a five felony charges in connect... Read More

UNK Holds High School Cross Country Invite

On Monday, UNK held its annual high school cross country invite. Click below for the results. http://www.heartlandtiming.com/results/2014unk/index.htm  ...... Read More

Democrats seek review of Kansas Medicaid contracts

TOPEKA, Kan. -- Two Democrats in the Kansas Legislature want it to investigate how Republican Gov. Sam Brownback's administration awarded contracts to private companies to manage the state's Medicaid program. Sen. Laura Kelly of Topeka and Rep. Ji... Read More

Gibbon Head Start seeking new address

The Head Start in Gibbon is on the hunt for a new home. Head Start was notified by the landlord on Sept. 15 that it would need to vacate the building because of the purchase of the facility. The program currently rents from the Assembly of God Church... Read More

Johanns, Fischer Press for Answers on Federal Land Acquisitions and Habitat Construction

Courtesy/ Sen. Johanns' Office. Sen. Mike Johanns WASHINGTON — U.S. Sens. Mike Johanns (R-Neb.) and Deb Fishcer (Courtesy/Official Photo) Deb Fischer (R-Neb.), member of the Environment and Public Works Committee, yesterday wrote to the ... Read More

Orthman Community YMCA in Lexington to open October 20th

  LEXINGTON ­­– A new era of building a stronger, healthier community begins Oct. 20 with the opening of the new ORTHMAN COMMUNITY YMCA in Lexington. “We are so excited to finally open the doors of the new state-of-the-art YMCA to the pu... Read More