WAYNE – With two more matches remaining in the third round of KTCH quiz bowl action, elite eight matches are set for next week. All KTCH quiz bowl matches can be heard on Big Red Country ‘KTCH’ 104.9 and waynedailynews.com.   Week'... Read More

PENDER – Pender Community Hospital (PCH) is now certified as a Level 4 Trauma Center. The certification comes from the Nebraska Statewide Trauma System and elevates the care that the ER team can provide. Dr. Matthew Felber, PCH Trauma Director, '... Read More

PONCA – Experience ice-fishing at Ponca State Park. All ages are welcome to learn how to catch and clean rainbow trout Saturday, February 22 from 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. at Ponca State Park. Fishers will meet at the pond near the Resource and Educatio'... Read More

WAYNE – Several Nebraska airports were listed and will be receiving grants through the Airport Improvement Program. According to a release from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Transportation will awar'... Read More

WAYNE - Join Ekeko Blends for a variety of juices and coffee during Chamber Coffee Friday morning at 10:00 am. Ekeko blends is located at 110 Main St, Wayne, NE 68787 and owned by Dr. Mytzy Rodriguez-Kufner. It has been a Wayne business since Janu'... Read More

WAYNE – As spring weather is on the horizon, Nebraskans will look forward to hitting the road for their summer travels as officials with the American Automobile Association provides updated news on gas prices. According to a release from AAA, st'... Read More

WAYNE – After about a five-minute meeting earlier this month, the Wayne City Council met Tuesday evening for their second regularly scheduled meeting. From the council chambers inside the City Hall, councilmembers heard from auditors about their'... Read More

LAUREL – A possible case of mumps is being reported within a northeast Nebraska school district. According to a release on the lccschool.org website on Monday, the Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department (NNPHD) is providing guidance to Laur'... Read More

WAYNE – A winter weather advisory has been issued for most of the region through Wednesday evening. According to a release from the National Weather Service – Omaha Center, commuters will be affected as the slow-moving snow band sags south and'... Read More

WAYNE – Members of the community and Wayne State College campus are invited to attend an afternoon session this week hearing from a WSC alumna. According to a release from Wayne State College, Tamara P. Nash will speak at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, '... Read More

WAYNE – With no action items on the regular scheduled Wayne County Board of Commissioners agenda Tuesday morning, the group was given project updates from two wind companies. From the Wayne County Courthouse courtroom, highway superintendent Mar'... Read More

WAYNE – The last of three candidate interviews for the junior high school principal and athletic director position at Wayne Community Schools took place Monday evening. Mr. Dave Wragge, a current teacher and coach at Wayne Community Schools shar'... Read More

WAYNE – Following a short meeting earlier this month, councilmembers with the Wayne City Council will hold their second regularly scheduled meeting in February. From the council chambers inside the City Hall, the meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. '... Read More

WAYNE – Senator Joni Albrecht spoke with a small group of Wayne community leaders and members regarding Legislative Bill 974 Monday, February 17. The meeting was held at The Table Coffeehouse on Main Street in Wayne. The main goal of LB974 is to'... Read More