WAYNE -- The Wayne City Council gathered on Tuesday for a regularly scheduled meeting at City Hall. There were 15 items on the agenda that were discussed as the meeting lasted just over an hour. First up was action to terminate the City of Wayne'... Read More

LINCOLN – As the Nebraska Cornhusker home football games came to an end this past weekend, so did game day operations by the Nebraska State Patrol. According to a release from NSP, special traffic operations surrounding Husker home games were co'... Read More

WAYNE – Members with the Wayne Ag Task Force Committee will be hosting their annual seminar featuring educational opportunities for local producers while assisting them with their operations and showing appreciation for their contribution to the lo'... Read More

NORFOLK – Throughout the month of October the Lower Elkhorn Natural Resources District (LENRD) offered the opportunity for landowners within its boundaries to submit applications to expand irrigated acres. According to a release from LENRD, boar'... Read More

WAYNE – After discussing commissioner salaries as well as talking with Berggren Architects and Kingery Construction, three agenda items were tabled. From the Wayne County Courthouse courtroom, the regularly scheduled Wayne County Board of Commis'... Read More

LINCOLN – Over 400 motorists received assistance from troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol following a busy Thanksgiving holiday weekend. According to a release from NSP, the annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign saw troopers work overtime'... Read More

WAYNE – Members with the Wayne City Council will hold their first of two regularly scheduled meetings in the month of December Tuesday evening. From the council chambers inside the City Hall, the meeting is set to begin at 5:30 p.m. Council w'... Read More

LINCOLN – Plan on making a difference during Giving Tuesday and help support Hunters Helping the Hungry and Wildlife Conservation Fund. According to a release from the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission, Giving Tuesday is December 3. These two'... Read More

LAUREL – Throughout the month of December 16 different locations will host Community Christmas Coffees in Laurel. The December coffees began earlier this week at the City Auditorium Monday which was hosted by Senior Lifestyle Advantage. Upcoming'... Read More

WAYNE – The Wayne County Board of Commissioners will open their first of two regularly scheduled meetings in the month of December on Tuesday. From the Wayne County Courthouse courtroom, the meeting will begin at 9 a.m. The board will look to'... Read More

WAYNE – Enjoy an upcoming jazz ensemble performance on the Wayne State campus this week. According to a release from Wayne State College, the ensemble will perform modern takes on jazz standards on Monday, December 2 at 7:30 p.m. From Ramsey '... Read More

OMAHA – After a nation-wide survey was conducted, Girl Scouts of Nebraska has announced a recent new study for “Today’s Girls, Tomorrow’s Entrepreneurs”. According to a release from Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska, 1,506 girls between the'... Read More

WAYNE – A northeast Nebraska Grossenburg Implement location has recently been recognized with a Gold Pride award through Reinke Manufacturing. According to a release from Reinke, a global leader in irrigation systems and technology, that the Way'... Read More

BATTLE CREEK – The Lower Elkhorn Resources District in northeast Nebraska was recently listed as one of the four NRD’s to receive funding for Watershed Flood Prevention and Operations. According to a release from the United States Department o'... Read More