LINCOLN – Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol recently concluded their Operation Safe Driver Week which led to dozens of citations for excessive speeding plus over 20 arrests for impaired driving. According to a release from NSP, the annual '... Read More

WAYNE – W.W. Galore will host Chamber Coffee this Friday, July 24 at 10 a.m. W.W. Galore opened their doors on May 31. Now that Chamber Coffee has returned to an in-person event, this will give W.W. Galore a chance to showcase their business. W.'... Read More

WAYNE – Senator Joni Albrecht started her weekly update by encouraging college Juniors and Seniors to apply for the Legislative Page internship program. The deadline to submit applications is by October 2, 2020 at 5 p.m. The Page Selection Committe'... Read More

WAYNE – Council changed the way they handled their budget work session during Tuesday night's regularly scheduled meeting as councilmembers were also able to tour and see the updates at the Wayne Community Activity and Aquatic Center. From the c'... Read More

https://youtu.be/nXOv214uyEY   WAYNE – To anyone that has ever visited the Wayne County Fair, they would recognize that this year’s fair is very different. There is no midway, no campers, and no nightly entertainment. However, the 4-H '... Read More

WAYNE – Board of Commissioners in Wayne county met Tuesday morning into the afternoon during their regularly scheduled meeting as they heard more updates on the courthouse restoration project. From the Wayne County Courthouse courtroom, Doug Elt'... Read More

WAYNE – After hosting several ‘Live at 5’ social media conversations in the months of March and April, the Wayne Community Schools Facebook page provided information on a return to school along with answering questions Tuesday afternoon. Dr.'... Read More

WAYNE – After meeting at the Wayne Fire Hall the past couple meetings, Wayne City Council members will now hold their regularly scheduled meeting from the Community Room inside the Wayne Community Activity Center this evening. The agenda will op'... Read More

LINCOLN – Testing sites are available the week of July 20th in Madison, Norfolk, and West Point. On Tuesday, July 21, Wednesday, July 22, and Friday, July 24, Madison has a COVID-19 testing site open from 8 – 10 a.m. each day. The Madison test'... Read More

WAYNE – Throughout Tuesday, July 21 make plans to visit the Wayne or West Point Pizza Hut locations for a fundraiser. According to a release from Pizza Hut, dine-in, carryout or delivery will be available from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. Tuesday for Tr'... Read More

LINCOLN – Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts hosted a press briefing this past Friday talking about back-to-school details and will hold another Tuesday afternoon. From the Governor’s Hearing Room in the Nebraska State Capitol, Governor Ricketts '... Read More

WAYNE – With 11 valuation protests on the agenda of Wayne County Board of Equalization, County Commissioners will first hold their regularly scheduled meeting at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, July 21. From the Wayne County Courthouse courtroom, county atto'... Read More

WAYNE – Zach Jorgensen, a Wayne resident, is ready to release his second children’s book. This one is titled I Can Be Anything. Jorgensen, 23, is an author, graphic designer, motivational speaker, and vlogger. In a wheelchair since he was 10,'... Read More

WAYNE - Nebraska Cancer Specialists (NCS) announced the opening of a new clinic at Pender Community Hospital. The mission of both NCS and Pender Community Hospital is to provide the best patient care. The opening of this clinic aligns with that missi'... Read More