WAYNE – Wayne State College’s Circle K International (CKI) club is organizing a philanthropy this month. On April 27, students will have the opportunity to “super soak” their professors. Weather permitting, the event will be conducted at the '... Read More

LINCOLN – It was a 100 years ago when Nebraska’s first state park was created. That was Chadron State Park. Now, the state will be celebrating its state park centennial year with events and promotions. There are 76 park areas in Nebraska. Thes'... Read More

WAYNE – Earlier this week the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office investigated a two-vehicle collision east of Wayne. According to a release from the Sheriff’s Office, the accident was on Hwy 35 near milepost 36, around 6 a.m. (Wayne Police Depart'... Read More

PONCA – Ponca State Park is excited to host educational and recreational programs this weekend. All events must be pre-registered for. Call or visit the park office to sign up. Sign up begins at 8:00 a.m. the same day of the event. All the follo'... Read More

WAYNE – It’s been over a month since the KTCH Quiz Bowl concluded and just recently over the past week, the top four schools were officially recognized with their awards. KTCH/KCTY Advertising Sales representative, Colleen Simpson presented aw'... Read More

LINCOLN – Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol recently took part in a nationwide campaign in early April. According to a release from NSP, this campaign was intended to raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. The “U Text, '... Read More

LINCOLN – Senator Joni Albrecht talked about the Appropriations Committee creating a biennium budget. The state’s cash reserve fund will increase from $412 million to $763 million. A two percent per year increase was applied for the Department of'... Read More

WAYNE – Tuesday marked the Fourth annual Runza Feeds the Need fundraiser where 10% of all sales were donated to local programs focusing on youth hunger and food insecurity. According to a release from Runza, $40,139.09 will be donated to hunger '... Read More

WAYNE – A pair of topics were brought forward during the ‘Communications from the Public’ segment of Monday evening’s regularly scheduled Wayne Community Schools Board of Education meeting. From the Jr-Sr High School Conference Room (202),'... Read More

LAUREL – Lieutenant Governor Mike Foley visited a northeast Nebraska community earlier this week honoring local leaders for their continued membership in Nebraska’s Economic Development Certified Community (EDCC) program. According to a releas'... Read More

MACY – A historic event is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon on an Omaha Indian Reservation. According to a release from Media King Communications, Inc., a ribbon cutting event will take place in Macy (Thurston County) at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Ap'... Read More

LINCOLN – A series of topics were addressed to open the week during a Monday morning press briefing. From the Governor’s Hearing Room in the Nebraska State Capital, Pete Ricketts first began with a vaccine update stating over 750,000 individua'... Read More

WAYNE/WAKEFIELD – As members with Wayne Troop 174 Boy Scouts of America (BSA) prepare for their monthly pick-up of paper and aluminum beverage cans the group is also collecting food. According to a release from Troop 174, nonperishable can or bo'... Read More

BURNSVILLE, MN – The Auto Club Group, AAA, wants to remind motorists to avoid distracted driving. Distracted driving resulted in 3,142 deaths in the United States in 2019. That was up 10 percent compared to the year prior. The top three driver d'... Read More