LINCOLN – Testing sites are available the week of July 13th in Norfolk and West Point. On Tuesday, July 14, and Wednesday, July 15, testing for COVID-19 will occur in Norfolk from 8 a.m. till Noon. The Norfolk testing site is located at 301 North 3'... Read More

WAYNE – The sole provider of blood and blood products to more than 120 hospitals located across the tri-state area will be hosting several community blood drives in northeast Nebraska throughout the rest of the month. According to a release from'... Read More

WAYNE – Members with the Wayne Community Schools Board of Education will return to the Jr/Sr High School for their regularly scheduled monthly meeting on Monday, July 13. Half of the board will meet at 4:30 p.m. from the conference room to revie'... Read More

WAYNE – As the Wayne Green Team continues to work through details for their annual electronics recycling event in the fall, the group wanted to pass along information about a free event this week in a northeast Nebraska community. A ‘Scrap Com'... Read More   WAYNE – The Wayne Chicken Show hosted the first in-person Chamber Coffee since everything shutdown in March. The event was held at Bressler Park Friday, July 10, to allow for optimal soc'... Read More

WAYNE – The Haskell Agricultural Lab in Concord typically holds a Family Field Day event late in the summer. There would be a tour of the research plots, many ag demonstrations, vendors, and much more. This year, things will look very different bec'... Read More

LAUREL – As schools across the country continue to host size-limited graduations, the graduates from Laurel-Concord-Coleridge will be recognized this weekend. The commencement ceremony will take place on Saturday, July 11 at 2 p.m. from the main'... Read More

WAYNE – Come celebrate the beauty and history of Bressler Park in Wayne on Sunday, July 12. From 6 – 9 p.m. there will be two bands performing in the southeast corner of Bressler Park. The duet “Unusual Too” will perform from 6 – 7 p.m. Fro'... Read More

WAYNE – There’s a limit to the activities available at Ponca State Park this weekend. Nevertheless, they still have many events scheduled. This weekend’s schedule looks similar to lasts week’s, with a few new events planned. There are thre'... Read More

LINCOLN – Independence Day weekend saw 16 impaired drivers get arrested by Nebraska State Patrol (NSP). The NSP organized a greater enforcement effort for Friday, July 3, through Sunday, July 5. This effort was in cooperation with multiple local'... Read More

WAYNE – The senator started by mentioning that she was honored to be a part of the unveiling of the newly named Nebraska Medal of Honor Highway. The unveiling took place in South Sioux City. It was U.S. Highway 20 that was renamed. She also wanted '... Read More

GRAND ISLAND – The Nebraska State Fair Board decided that 4-H and FFA competitions and exhibitions will still be held at the 2020 Nebraska State Fair. Providing an opportunity for young people to showcase their work throughout the year is very impo'... Read More

NORFOLK – The American Red Cross will be sponsoring several training sessions through Northeast Community College (NCC). The part in-person, part online training will be available on Saturday, July 25. The online portion of the training must be com'... Read More

WAYNE – A City of Wayne park will see an upgrade this fall in playground equipment. City staff met Tuesday evening at the Wayne Fire Hall for the regularly scheduled Wayne City Council meeting. Council accepted the proposal and awarded the co'... Read More