WAYNE – As the updated Directed Health Measures will go into effect in a few days, officials with the Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department continue to meet with several groups regularly to keep everyone up to date. Health Director with NN'... Read More

WAYNE -The last scheduled live broadcast of Governor Pete Rickett's statewide Covid-19 press briefings on KCTY Radio, "The City", will air today, May 29th at 2:00pm. The station began airing the Monday through Friday briefings from Lincoln, along '... Read More

LINCOLN – As select state parks in Nebraska have opened their campgrounds to RV’s, cabin and lodge closures have been extended through mid-June. According to a release from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, lodging and group activity she'... Read More

WAYNE – The Wayne County Museum Board has decided to not open their doors this summer. Typically, the museum would open the Sunday afternoon of Memorial Day weekend. This decision was made in light of the Coronavirus pandemic and some renovation wo'... Read More

LINCOLN – Earlier this month the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry revealed the members of its new Leadership Nebraska class. According to a release from the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry, this year’s class is the 13th '... Read More

WAYNE – A northeast Nebraska county has seen at least one person test positive for COVID-19 over the past week and yesterday was no different. According to a release from the Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department, Thurston county saw three'... Read More

WAYNE - Joni Albrecht explained the new Directed Health Measures (DHM) for the month of June in District 17, in her weekly press release. She noted that these measures are different for Dakota county compared to Wayne and Thurston County. Also, the s'... Read More

LINCOLN – Nebraska communities will have the opportunity to apply for a pair of public tree planting projects over the next couple of months. According to a release from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum, 2020 will mark the third year of the Tree'... Read More

WAYNE – State colleges in Nebraska will now have a better grasp on what the fall semester will now look like following a recent announcement from Chancellor Paul Turman. According to a release from WSC, their summer courses have transitioned fro'... Read More

WAYNE – After two more cases were confirmed on Memorial Day in the Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department Health District, another six COVID-19 positive cases were reported a day later in one county. According to a release from NNPHD, the n'... Read More

WAYNE – A handful of northeast Nebraska cities were selected for projects that were either in the planning or construction phase in April for grant funding. According to a release from the Nebraska Department of Economic Development (DED), 22 pr'... Read More

LINCOLN – Memorial Day weekend marked the unofficial start to the summer travel season as troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol will be on the road working day and night to keep Nebraska roads safe. According to a release from the NSP, trooper'... Read More

WAYNE – After 28 new cases of COVID-19 were reported over the weekend in the Northeast Nebraska Public Health Department Health District, the positive case total dropped to just two Monday. According to a release from NNPHD, the new confirmed ca'... Read More

WAYNE – A weekly Friday morning event continues to be put on by the Wayne Area Economic Development chamber office updating community members what is going on and has highlighted several different organizations and businesses. Normally, each Fri'... Read More