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Four Corners Health District COVID-19 Update

August 7, 2020—The past 2-day total of COVID-19 cases has risen by 9 in the Four Corners District: Seward County has 5 new cases for a total of 119 cases, and 69 have recovered. York County has 2 new cases for a total of 80 cases, and 60 ... Read More

Medicaid Expansion First Week off to a Solid Start

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), and the Medicaid and Long-Term Care (MLTC) Division has successfully launched Heritage Health Adult Medicaid Expansion. As the week draws to a close, numbers for the first six (6) days o... Read More

Live Ordnance Found Inside Northeastern Nebraska Museum.

NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) - A bomb squad and military experts had to be called to a  northeastern Nebraska museum after live ordnance -including a World War II  grenade and two artillery shells - were found in a museum storeroom. The Norfolk  Daily News ... Read More

The Friday Fontanelle Final Bell with Troy Nielson of Smart Yield

This is a week many are ready to put to bed. Reality check is good once and awhile USDA Report next week Not everything isn't negative out there where is the ethanol market at right now don't become a buyer right now Funds still... Read More

Cookie Baking Showdown! | Friday Five | Aug. 7, 2020

Tuesday was National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, so in honor of the celebration, Rebel and Alex baked five variations of the cookie and put it to a taste test. Which recipe was supreme? Watch to find out! RECIPES: 5) Original Chocolate Ch... Read More

Legislation would extend loan forgiveness to rural businesses previously left behind

LYONS, NEBRASKA – Months after the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law, Congress is considering legislation that would include rural businesses and communities initially left out of the stimulus package. ... Read More

Cozad's Bands, Brews & BBQ's Canceled for 2020.

The Cozad Chamber of Commerce Civic Affairs Committee met today (Friday) and announced Bands, Brews & BBQ’s on September 19th is cancelled. The committee made the decision due to the elevated level of COVID-19 cases in Dawson County and rema... Read More

DHHS: Medicaid Expansion Enrollment Off to Solid Start in First Week

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), and the Medicaid and Long-Term Care (MLTC) Division has successfully launched Heritage Health Adult Medicaid Expansion. As the week draws to a close, numbers for the first six (6) days o... Read More

New cases of COVID-19 reported

Kearney, Neb. -- Two Rivers Public Health Department reported 22 new cases in its  District for Thursday August 6. The Two Rivers Health District includes Buffalo County with 11 new cases, Dawson County with 3 new cases, Kearney County with 6 new ca... Read More

Gov. Ricketts Signs Budget Adjustments Including Flood Relief, Workforce Scholarships

LINCOLN – Governor Pete Ricketts announced Thursday that he has signed LB 1008, the legislative bill containing adjustments to the State’s Fiscal Year 2020-2021 budget.  “I appreciate the work of the Legislature on these key budget adjustment... Read More

ACE statement on 15-year anniversary of the RFS

Sioux Falls, SD – Tomorrow marks the 15-year anniversary of Congress enacting the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) program authorized under the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and expanded under the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) in 2007. Ame... Read More

Smith: Pandemic Unemployment Benefits in New Relief Package Need Change

As leaders in Washington D.C. continue working on a new package for COVID-19 relief, Nebraska's Third District Congressman is among lawmakers supportive of a change to the Pandemic Unemployment Insurance benefits provided under the CARES Act. Whil... Read More

Nebraska state fish hatcheries remain closed

LINCOLN, Neb. – Due to heavy visitor traffic, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reminds guests that the state’s five fish hatcheries remain closed. For the safety of staff, the following hatcheries remain closed until further notice: Rock C... Read More

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 introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives to ... Read More