WAYNE – Even though the grill had to stay covered, food was cooked inside the Wayne Jr/Sr High School during a “Beef to School Day” event. Thursday afternoon, Wayne Community Schools students were served burgers by the Wayne Co'... Read More

WAYNE – As Wayne Future Farmers of America (FFA) plans for their second annual banquet, the group was recently in Lincoln for a state convention. From the first year to the second, Wayne FFA nearly doubled their member enrollment to 61. Eight'... Read More

WAYNE – With the weather clearing up this weekend, make sure to gather your non-perishable food items to be placed outside your home to be picked up. Scouting for Food is one of the many ways Scouts help make a difference in their communities. '... Read More

WAYNE – An English class at Wayne High School would like to celebrate the people who live or work in Wayne County that have made a difference in the lives of others. According to a release, so many times we do not take the time to thank these ev'... Read More

WINSIDE – Members with Roy Reed Unit 252, Winside’s American Legion Auxiliary will meet this weekend. From the Legion Post Home, the group will open their meeting at 10:15 a.m. on Saturday, April 13. Memorial Poppy wreaths will be made for '... Read More

As Nebraskans work to recover from last month's flooding, they should be on alert for potential scams. The Nebraska Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency want to spread the word about these fraudulent ac'... Read More

LINCOLN – As another round of weather makes its way across the Midwest, troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) are urging preparedness for all who plan to travel. According to a release from the NSP, the National Weather Service is projec'... Read More

MADISON - Several people are injured in a car accident outside of Madison Wednesday afternoon. The collision happened around 2 p.m. near the intersection of Highway 81 and N. Main St. near Big Country Auto. Madison County Sheriff officials s'... Read More

LINCOLN — The Legislature worked Tuesday to help victims of Nebraska’s epic flooding, adopting an amendment to provide a tax break for people whose homes were destroyed and laying plans to divert $4 million to replenish an emergency fund. '... Read More

WAYNE – Make plans to visit the Wayne Fire Hall celebrating their time in Wayne since the 1890’s. On Saturday, April 13, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. go to 510 Tomar Drive to enjoy the afternoon with the family learning more about the history of '... Read More

WAYNE – The final Wayne Community Schools Board of Education meeting before graduation took place as several high school seniors were in attendance Monday evening. From the Wayne Jr/Sr High School library, room 407, board members took care of th'... Read More

WEST POINT – A rescheduled ribbon cutting is scheduled for Thursday morning in northeast Nebraska. An open house will take place at 10 a.m. on Thursday, April 11 from the new Donald E. Nielsen Career and Technical Education Center in West Point.'... Read More

WAYNE – In early April, the Emergency HVAC Replacement Program was issued throughout the state of Nebraska. According to a release from the Nebraska Energy Office on April 5, this program will allow local community service providers to utilize L'... Read More

WAYNE – With outdoor activities moving up to earlier in the week anticipating the incoming weather, the National Weather Service – Omaha Center has released another update. From a Tuesday morning report, there is a slight risk of severe storms'... Read More