LINCOLN – Beginning on February 1, outdoor enthusiasts can make camping reservations at Nebraska State Parks. They can be made up to 180 days in advance. COVID-19 had previously limited the booking window. The 180-day booking window was decided '... Read More

WAYNE – A pair of Wayne State College students have earned a full RHOP Scholarship in the month of January. According to a release from WSC, Hannah Mills from Norfolk and Amelia Sayer of Cambridge were both promoted from an alternate to a full W'... Read More

WAYNE – As the final weekend of the month approaches, the next Wayne Mobile Food Truck is scheduled for this Saturday, January 30. Food-insecure individuals and families in Wayne county along with surrounding communities will be able to benefit '... Read More

PENDER – A northeast Nebraska hospital is set to begin distribution of the COVID-19 vaccination to phase 1B recipients this week. According to a release from Pender Community Hospital, PCH & Medical Clinics are an extension of Northeast Nebr'... Read More

LINCOLN – Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts began the week by hosting his first of two press conferences discussing Nebraska’s work to support coronavirus vaccinations and help individuals get back to a more normal life. From the Governor’s He'... Read More

MADISON – With more ice to cover roads in northeast Nebraska Monday into Tuesday, a weekend crash was caused by icy roads in northeast Nebraska. According to a release from the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, law enforcement officers and resc'... Read More

ALBION – For the second straight week, the Wayne High speech team competed in a weekend invitational. From Boone Central Schools in Albion, WHS joined 15 other speech programs Saturday. In the team sweepstakes, Wayne High placed runner-up whi'... Read More

WAYNE – College officials at Wayne State College are continuing to emphasize career readiness for college students and recently added Education and Industrial Technology to the career scholar program. According to a release from WSC, now is the '... Read More

LINCOLN – There will be a Special Landowner Deer Season, made possible by the passage of LB 126 and 287, according to a release from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. This will allow qualifying landowners the ability to hunt on their land '... Read More

WAYNE – Three weeks of 2021 KTCH Quiz Bowl competition is complete. Week three results: Quiz Bowl Bracket Week three updated 1-22-21 Tuesday, January 19: West Point-Beemer defeated O’Neill, 2-1 while Neligh-Oakdale defeated Winnebago, 1-0. '... Read More

LINCOLN – Senator Joni Albrecht began her weekly update by addressing LB111. Albrecht proposed LB111, which is designed to protect law enforcement and emergency care providers. She declared that society should hold individuals accountable for their'... Read More

WAYNE – With the grand opening event for Scooter’s Coffee in Wayne set for Friday, manager Diana Badley and president of the Wayne TeamMates Jill Walling joined the “View from Wayne America” Thursday morning. Scooter’s Coffee is located '... Read More

WAYNE – Following a break from the fall season, the Fred G. Dale Planetarium at Wayne State College will begin their 2021 Spring Season of public shows Friday. According to a release from WSC, the spring season includes another huge selection of'... Read More

WAYNE, Neb. -- The Wayne State Foundation is the latest to announce its data is being compromised by Blackbaud, Inc.   In July, the foundation was notified of a ransomware attack which started in February of 2020. A da'... Read More