LEXINGTON — Every 24 seconds a fire department in the United States responds to a fire somewhere in the country, according to the National Fire Protection Association, NFPA. As the winter months get closer, it becomes more imperative families and businesses practice fire prevention to preven…
LEXINGTON —“American soldiers in combat die two deaths,” Vietnam veteran Jim Bliven said, “their first death is on the battlefield when they spill their American blood on foreign soil. They die again when the people they fought for forget about the sacrifices they made.”
LEXINGTON — Alpha Delta Kappa is an International Honorary Women Educators organization dedicated to educational excellence, altruism and world understanding.
HOLDREGE — A downtown Holdrege building that began as a hotel in the early 20th century is being transformed into luxury apartments.
Come join us in celebration with a BBQ lunch, at our beloved Camp Comeca. Located seven miles southwest of Cozad, high on the hill overlooking the verdant Platte Valley and the lakes of the Tri-County canal.
LEXINGTON — A Cozad man, who was arrested during a drug bust in March 2018, has pleaded guilty to use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony and two other drug-related charges.
NEBRASKA — The cold is definitely on its way, the whole of the National Weather Service Hastings is now under a freeze warning from Thursday evening to Friday afternoon.
Elwood, Neb. – On Thursday, September 26, 2019 nearly $120,000 was raised for child brain cancer research at the Team Jack Foundation’s 7th Annual State-wide Radiothon. The day-long event was presented by The Home Agency, based in Elwood, Nebraska, and was aired on over 25 stations throughou…
LEXINGTON — Lexington Public Schools afterschool programs provide valuable service for the community and it is nearly time to celebrate these programs this year.
COZAD — Legislative bills, property taxes, and the future for Nebraska is only a short list of topics discussed at the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce 2019 Legislative Forum.
LEXINGTON — The 2019 growing season is expected to come to an end with the passage of a cold front leading to temperatures in the mid-20s on Friday and Saturday morning.
GOTHENBURG — An Iowa based refuse collection truck manufacturer has purchased the old Baldwin Filters building in Gothenburg, according to county real estate records.
LEXINGTON — Lexington Regional Health Center (LRHC) has been selected by Modern Healthcare as one of the 2019 Best Places to Work in Healthcare. Modern Healthcare will published a special supplement featuring ranked lists of all the winners along with the September 30 issue.
LEXINGTON — Ground owned by St. Ann’s Catholic Church along Taft St. may be the site of future housing development. The church applied to rezone the land north and south of the Parish Center to high density residential.
LEXINGTON — Pat Longly was genuinely surprised when she learned the Lexington Rotary Club had decided to award the Dawson County Children’s Museum with their $1,000 grant this year.
COZAD — Three-year-old Rhakenna Aden was snuggled up with her mom and two older brothers watching a movie on the morning of Jan. 6 when a pair of angel wings hanging behind her parents’ bed clattered to the floor.
COZAD — The lobby of Meadowlark Pointe was packed with people for the retirement reception for Cindy Schneider, who has worked at the care facility since its doors opened over a decade ago. She has also been involved with local healthcare throughout her career.
KEARNEY — Staff training and programming at both Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Centers is lacking, several people testified Thursday in Kearney.
Stories of domestic violence are commonplace in the United States, Nebraska and even in Dawson and Gosper Counties. Far too often, we read about men who shoot their wives or girlfriends and then turn the gun on themselves. We hear about children who witness abuse in the home and, in some cas…
COZAD —Cozad Police officers had to kick in a door and brandish a Taser to arrest a Cozad man for allegedly abusing and falsely imprisoning his wife, and later obstructing a police officer.
Lexington - Lexington Regional Health Center (LRHC), has teamed up with Cerner, a global leader in health care technology, to transform its Electronic Health Record (EHR). The hospital recently invested in the Cerner Millennium® solutions-based EHR platform. LRHC will move to an updated, ele…
LEXINGTON — Orscheln Farm and Home is currently building a brand new location in Lexington which will feature a standardized format and will be 10,000 square foot larger than their current location.
WASHINGTON, D.C. –U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) and Rep. Adrian Smith (R-Neb.) welcomed 25 veterans and guests of the World War II, Korean, and Vietnam war eras to Washington, D.C. Senator Fischer had the opportunity to meet with them outside the U.S. Capitol and thank them for their ser…
LEXINGTON — Since 1985 Randy Adams has worked in law enforcement agencies throughout the area. Now Adams is retiring from the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office with 34 combined years of experience in law enforcement.
LEXINGTON — A descending cold front out of the north triggered severe thunderstorms which briefly impacted the Lexington area on Monday evening.
LINCOLN – The first Nebraska death related to severe lung disease associated with e-cigarettes or vaping has been reported to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services.
LEXINGTON — With the official fiscal year 2019 audit report coming up next month, the Lexington Regional Health Center board of directors reviewed key items on last year’s balance sheet during their meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 24.
LEXINGTON — There are four new organizations participating in the Lexington Community Foundation’s Give BIG Lexington event this year community members may want to check out.
LEXINGTON — The Lexington City Council is planning to scrap a section of the city code which makes it illegal for minors to be on the premise of location which sells alcohol after 9 p.m.
LEXINGTON — Between the flags flowing in the wind, children’s voices carrying patriotic song or the standing ovation from the crowd, it is hard to pick out a singular moment which stood above the rest during the sendoff for the sixth Dawson County Area Hero Flight.
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Department of Transportation advises motorists of several reminders when traveling to and from the next Husker football game in Lincoln on Saturday,
LEXINGTON — A Cirrus SR22 light aircraft crashed after encountering strong cross winds while attempting to land at Jim Kelly Field near Lexington at 5:23 p.m. on Wednesday Sept. 25.
SCOTTSBLUFF — Four people were injured in a two-vehicle crash Monday morning in Banner County. Two of those involved have since been cited for possession of methamphetamine. The driver of one of the vehicles has been cited for driving under the influence of drugs.
LEXINGTON — The Orthman Community YMCA’s Transportation Celebration added its third year to the books this Saturday and is becoming one of the largest events the Lexington YMCA holds each year.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and for the last nine years, Michael Dytrych, along with his wife Amy and son Sam, have been putting together a toy run benefiting the Parent-Child Center located in Lexington. This year on October 12th, the 9th annual Hi-Line Toy Run will take place.
King candidates include, left to right, Jacob Gengenbach, Alex Huertas, Conner Wescoat, Austin Werner and Cameron Brock. Queen candidates include, left to right, Haley Cargill, Tatum Sassali, Abigail Nelsen, and Ahnika Svajgr. (Not pictured Megan Burkholder). The Haymakers play Holdrege Frid…
S-E-M Homecoming Royalty was announced at the conclusion of Friday’s football game in Sumner. Back row: (left to right) Duke Blake Schroeder, Duchess Faith Whitesel, King Parker Smith, Queen Ashley Schroeder, Princess Sarah Glatter, Prince Riley Stieb. Front: Crown bearers Emily Mazariegos a…
KEARNEY – After Greensburg, Kansas, was leveled by an EF5 tornado in 2007, the city’s roughly 1,300 residents faced a difficult decision.
LEXINGTON — Tongues of flame could be seen in between the tires as a fire spread in the back axle of a trailer along the side of Interstate 80 on Monday, Sept. 23.
KEARNEY — Apple Fun Center Inc. is considering building a 23,500-square-foot indoor go-kart track, and will ask the Kearney City Council on Tuesday to approve tax-increment financing for the project.
KEARNEY — The Nebraska State Patrol continues investigating a crash that claimed the lives of three people Friday afternoon on Interstate 80.