OMAHA – Trick-or-treating will look different in 2020. The COVID-19 virus persists. Flu season is right around the corner. Going from door-to-door for Halloween carries certain risks this year. Creighton’s new assistant dean and chair of the D'... Read More

WAYNE – As the 4-H season comes to a close, the Wayne County Extension Office would like everyone to join them during a virtual event put on by the Wayne Area Economic Development office held on Friday, October 30. There’ll be no in-person cha'... Read More

LAUREL – As election day approaches, a $23 million school bond will be on the Tuesday, November 3 ballot for a northeast Nebraska school district. According to a release from LCC School, the Laurel-Concord-Coleridge School Board unanimously appr'... Read More

WAYNE – As a local health department risk dial is moving in the right direction, health officials remind residents to keep up the precautions and follow the guidance to keep it on the downward trend. According to a release from the Northeast Neb'... Read More

NORFOLK – The Northeast Nebraska Economic Development District was recently listed as one of several Nebraska Economic Development Districts who received general funding. According to a release from the Nebraska Department of Economic Developmen'... Read More

LINCOLN – The USDA is awarding $362,534 in grants to Nebraska colleges through the Tribal College Initiative Grant Program. A $196,270 grant is awarded to the Nebraska Indian Community College in Macy. This will pay for more paved roads and parking'... Read More

WAYNE – Food-insecure individuals and families in Wayne county along with surrounding communities will be able to benefit from the monthly food pantry truck which is scheduled to be in town this weekend. Distribution of the drive-up mobile pantr'... Read More

LINCOLN – The Nebraska Department of Transportation/Division of Aeronautics is sponsoring the annual Aviation Art Contest. They have run this contest every year since 1986. Sparking interest in aeronautics, engineering, math, and science for young '... Read More

WAYNE – A deadline is approaching reminding producers to submit applications for disaster recovery assistance through the ‘Wildfire and Hurricane Indemnity Program Plus (WHIP+) for 2018 and 2019 losses. According to a release from the United S'... Read More

WAYNE – As a northeast Nebraska Public Health Department issued another round of updates from the weekend, the Wayne State College campus had their active positive COVID-19 cases cut in half. According to a release from the Northeast Nebraska Pu'... Read More

LINCOLN – As snow and precipitation came down on Nebraska residents over the weekend, the Nebraska State Patrol was also on the scene. According to a release from NSP, troopers responded to dozens of snow-related incidents. From Sunday through t'... Read More

LINCOLN – An early week news conference was held Monday morning providing an update on the state’s Coronavirus response along with an update from the Nebraska Department of Education Commissioner. From the Governor’s Hearting Room, Pete Rick'... Read More

RANDOLPH – A late October blood drive will be taking place this week in a northeast Nebraska community. According to a release from LifeServe Blood Center, Randolph will be hosting the community blood drive on Wednesday, October 28. The group co'... Read More

WAKEFIELD – Following a community wide engagement meeting in a northeast Nebraska school last week, a link to a survey has been posted. Administration at Wakefield Community School hosted an in-person Community Engagement meeting on Wednesday, O'... Read More