Duck Slam challenges hunters, brings families together

Duck Slam challenges hunters, brings families together

LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunting often is a family tradition. It is for Riley Pollock. He began waterfowl hunting at a young age with his grandfather. The 21-year-old from Seward was hunting with family while participating in the second year of the Nebraska Duck Slam this past season. He completed the…
PCDC Hosts Virtual Annual Meeting

PCDC Hosts Virtual Annual Meeting

Phelps County Development Corporation is hosting its annual meeting virtually this year. Ron Tillery, executive director said, "Our bylaws require us to report to investors within the first 90-days each calendar year, yet we feel the market requires more time to become fully comfortable with a large public gathering." As…
Cleanup, restoration moving quickly at UNK’s Bruner Hall

Cleanup, restoration moving quickly at UNK’s Bruner Hall

KEARNEY – The University of Nebraska at Kearney expects its Bruner Hall of Science to be fully open and usable within a couple weeks; however, some restoration work may continue into the summer. The building on the southeast corner of campus sustained interior damage when cold temperatures caused a fourth-floor…
CANCELLED: EMA for child in Burt County

CANCELLED: EMA for child in Burt County

UPDATE: Shortly after 2:00pm, the NSP cancelled the EMA advisory as Jade Nicole Sides was located safely in Iowa. The Nebraska State Patrol has issued an Emergency Endangered Advisory shortly before 1:00pm Wednesday for a young girl in northeast Nebraska. The Burt County Sheriff's office is attempting to locate Jade…
20 new cases of COVID-19 reported in TRPHD region

20 new cases of COVID-19 reported in TRPHD region

KEARNEY –Twenty (20) new cases of COVID-19 were reported by Two Rivers Public Health Department in the seven-county region it serves for Tuesday, February 23. Please check the Two Rivers website for more detailed information for our citizens on current COVID-19. New confirmed cases for Tuesday include: Buffalo County –…
Nebraska Indicator: Another Positive Sign for the Nebraska Economy

Nebraska Indicator: Another Positive Sign for the Nebraska Economy

Lincoln, Neb., February 24, 2021 – Nebraska’s leading economic indicator rose again during January 2021, according to the most recent report from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.   The leading indicator rose by 0.72%, marking the fourth consecutive monthly increase.  “The rising indicator provides another signal that economic growth will be…
Kearney Catholic Dominates Holdrege in Sub-Districts

Kearney Catholic Dominates Holdrege in Sub-Districts

KEARNEY - The Stars dominated from the start of the second round matchup in the Class C1-11 Sub-District tournament, dominating Holdrege and ending the Dusters season with a 81-33 win. Click here to listen to the broadcast. CREDIT - JIM WILLIAMS PHOTOGRAPHY Holdrege entered the contest with confidence after playing…
(COLUMN) Get ready now for spring trout fishing

(COLUMN) Get ready now for spring trout fishing

LINCOLN, Neb. – Ice on Nebraska lakes is typical through February, but by the middle of March, cattails should be sprouting along shorelines and fish should be moving into warming shallow water. Beautiful spring days, perfect for fishing, could occur with little notice. Be prepared to take advantage by having…
Wisconsin men arrested in Dawson Co traffic stop Monday

Wisconsin men arrested in Dawson Co traffic stop Monday

The Dawson County Sheriff's Office arrested two men from Milwaukee, WI following a traffic stop around 8:35am Monday near the I-80 interchange at Cozad. Sheriff Ken Moody says a deputy suspected the vehicle of traveling 93 mph in a 75 mph zone. The deputy observed a strong odor of Marijuana…