NDEE Clarifies Private Well Reverse Osmosis Rebate Program Process

NDEE Clarifies Private Well Reverse Osmosis Rebate Program Process

The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy (NDEE) has received significant interestand feedback in the Private Well Reverse Osmosis Rebate Program, which is available to privatewell owners with drinking water test levels above 10 parts per million of nitrate. The departmentwould like to offer the following clarifications regarding the program’s…
Nebraska Lawmakers Propose Disability, Racial Impact Statements for Certain Legislation

Nebraska Lawmakers Propose Disability, Racial Impact Statements for Certain Legislation

LINCOLN — Most legislation in the Nebraska Legislature includes a fiscal impact statement, a process two lawmakers encouraged the body’s Executive Board on Friday to expand to disability and racial impact statements for certain legislation. Legislative Bill 39 and Legislative Bill 54, introduced by State Sens. Carol Blood of Bellevue and Terrell McKinney…
UNK Recognized as a Top School for Online Master’s Programs in Education

UNK Recognized as a Top School for Online Master’s Programs in Education

When Gretchen Albers decided to return to the workforce, she found the perfect opportunity with Kearney Public Schools. A former third and fourth grade teacher in Lincoln and stay-at-home mother in Kearney, Albers loves working as the media specialist at Bryant and Central elementary schools, where she helps students discover…
NRD Tree Pruning and Community Forestry Workshop March 15 th

NRD Tree Pruning and Community Forestry Workshop March 15 th

The North Platte Natural Resources District, Nebraska Forest Service, and the Natural Resources Conservation Service are partnering to host a tree pruning workshop about the proper pruning methods and tools, general tree care, and the programs available through the partners. It is important to start pruning trees within the first…
KNEB.tv News: January 27, 2023

KNEB.tv News: January 27, 2023

Today on KNEB.tv News: More information comes out about the sudden termination of Mitchell Police Chief Kevin Krzyzanowski; New strategic plan launched for WNCC; United Way raises more than $7,000 during 2023 Radiothon. Catch those stories and a whole lot more- right now on KNEB.tv News: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1B3-YXdujeQ
Charges Dropped Against Bluffs Woman Accused of Selling

Charges Dropped Against Bluffs Woman Accused of Selling

A Scottsbluff woman accused of selling meth during a 2021 WING Drug Task Force operation has had her charges dismissed. 36-year-old Sheila Bouldt has been charged with distribution of a controlled substance, more than 28 but less than 140 grams of methamphetamine, and distribution of heroin within 1,000 feet of…
Sentencing Date Set for Bluffs Shooting Suspect

Sentencing Date Set for Bluffs Shooting Suspect

A teenager who was facing 13 felonies and two misdemeanors for a 2021 shooting in Scottsbluff was back in court this week. 18- year-old Landon Horton of rural Scottsbluff was arrested in connection to an August 2021 incident involving two other suspects that left one person wounded when shots were…
More than $7,000 Raised During United Way’s Annual Radiothon

More than $7,000 Raised During United Way’s Annual Radiothon

The United Way of Western Nebraska's 6th annual Radiothon is in the books, with thousands of dollars being raised to help with funding for the 27 Panhandle based non-profits that the United Way serves. Executive Director Karen Benzel says all the money raised will stay local to the donor's respective…
Mitchell Mayor Says Fired Police Chief was “Unable to Meet Agency Standards”

Mitchell Mayor Says Fired Police Chief was “Unable to Meet Agency Standards”

A few more details have emerged following the January 4th firing of Mitchell Police Chief Kevin Krzyzanowski . This week, Mayor Paul Murrell filed paperwork with the Nebraska Crime Commission indicating that Krzyzanowski's termination was due to him being, "Unable to Meet Agency Standards." The firing came just one month after…