LEXINGTON — An alleged robbery of a residence for marijuana resulted in a shooting, two stabbings and now bail in the millions of dollars for two Lexington men.
“Rustic & Red would like to thank everyone for your wonderful support, we are excited to be celebrating our third year anniversary. These three years have been a success because of the customers,” Paulsen said when asked about what the third anniversary of the store meant to her, “We app…
LEXINGTON — The Lexington Child Care Planning Team has now made a survey about the child care needs in the community available in three languages, and feedback from the public is vital for the group to plan the next steps forward in addressing Lexington’s child care needs.
LEXINGTON — Property taxes are the issue of the hour in Nebraska and there is pressure on lawmakers to find a solution, sooner rather than later. There is a state non-profit which is advising caution when it comes to how this problem is dealt with and how it could affect Nebraskans.
KEARNEY – About 200 middle school students, most from minority backgrounds, filled the chairs inside the University of Nebraska at Kearney’s Nebraskan Student Union as Gustavo Ramirez took the stage.
OVERTON — On Monday, Nov. 11, Overton Public Schools presented a Veterans Day Recognition Program for all the local veterans at Overton Public School. This was well attended with many veterans from the four main service branches.
LEXINGTON — Veterans Day did not go by unnoticed in Lexington, across the community there were several events to honor those who put on the uniform and served the nation as members of the armed forces.
GOTHENBURG — At approximately 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 10, 2019 deputies with the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office made contact with a 2018 Chevrolet Cruz on Willow Island Road south of Gothenburg. In the vehicle was 34 year old Jeremy Buckingham from Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Editor’s Note: This is the final of a three part series about the battles Lexington native Milo Koehn fought in while he was a member of the 101st Airborne Division during the Second World War.
LEXINGTON — A senior in high school getting ready to graduate has multiple options available to them, go to college, join the work force right away. To help them with this transition the Lexington Career and College Fair Day presented the options available to these students.
LEXINGTON — There was one common theme which was present in every presentation during the Lexington Community Foundation’s Fall Luncheon: collaboration is Lexington’s biggest asset as a community.
LEXINGTON — Two separate, but related incidents resulted in two men with stab injuries and one suffering a gunshot wound during the evening of Thursday, Nov. 7 in Lexington.
GOTHENBURG — Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol (NSP) were able to bring a low-speed pursuit to a safe conclusion this afternoon near Gothenburg on Interstate 80.
LEXINGTON — The driver of a vehicle involved in a fatal two-vehicle crash in 2018 in Dawson County that claimed three people’s lives has been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol-first offense.
Editor’s Note: This is the second of a three part series about the battles Lexington native Milo Koehn fought in while he was a member of the 101st Airborne Division during the Second World War.
LEXINGTON — “The Pink House on the Corner,” as it known, is looking for community donations during the Lexington Community Foundation’s Give BIG Lexington event on Nov. 14.
LEXINGTON — The Lexington Child Care Planning team is putting together surveys for the community to identify the greatest needs for child care in Lexington. The results from this data will be used to plan the next steps forward in the process. As much input from the community as possible is vital.
LEXINGTON — Amazon doesn’t know your child’s name, EBay won’t ask how your parents are doing and Overstock isn’t a member of your church. The local community business owners are much closer to home than the corporations are and they can be supported this holiday season through the Hometown f…
P. Stephen Potter, a defense attorney from Gothenburg, Nebraska, spent 36 years working as the "Hot Dog Man" at Husker football games. His sideline antics eventually drew the attention of CBS's Charles Kuralt, who featured him in his "On the Road" series. Potter died Oct. 24 at 74.
LEXINGTON — Communication between constituents and representatives has been key in representative democracies going all the way back to Rome. "Freedom is participation in power," Cicero said.
Editor’s Note: This is the first of a three part series about the battles Lexington native Milo Koehn fought in while he was a member of the 101st Airborne Division during the Second World War.
KEARNEY — Despite the cold and the wind, the Pride of the Minutemen Marching Band took the field in competition for the last time this season and earned the highest possible rating, Division I – Superior.
LEXINGTON — The woman injured in an accident this morning on Highway 30 has died due to her injuries, according to the Dawson County Sheriff's Office.
At approximately 7:33 a.m. on Nov.1, 2019 the Dawson County Sheriff’s Office was called to Road 435 and Highway 30 regarding an accident with injuries.
LEXINGTON — Breast cancer awareness, celebrating those who are fighting it and honoring those taken by it was at the heart of the Lexington Regional Health Center’s third annual Drink for Pink event, held at Plum Creek Market Place on Thursday, Oct. 24.
LEXINGTON — Erica Brockmoller, Lexington High School’s journalism teacher, recently received the 2019 Nebraska High School Press Association Distinguished Advisor Award for her work in the school’s journalism department.
LEXINGTON — Take a drive around town and you might see a sign out in front of a home which reads, "A Sandoz Super Star lives here!" There were 20 Sandoz students who received recognition in the first quarter of the school year.
LEXINGTON — In a day and age when many families see both parents working outside the home, Lexington Public Schools has stepped up to provide a safe and educational place for students to work and learn after school.
The Lexington High School Marching band competed at the NSBA Marching Band Competition in Kearney on Saturday, Oct. 26. LHS Received a Division I - Superior rating at the competition.
The Cozad Haymakers Marching Band Earned a Division II - Excellent at the 2019 NSBA Marching Band Competition on Saturday, Oct. 26. The Band performed their show at Kearney High School.
JOHNSON LAKE — LakeShore Marina Bar & Grille has been synonymous with Johnson Lake for the past 40 years. And now that piece of local culture is available at online auction from Nov. 8 through 14 by United Country | Lake & Home Real Estate Agency and United Strategic Client Services …
LEXINGTON — The man’s name is Gary, he enjoyed being outdoors with his partner, and once hot rodded in a ’33 Ford he used to own. Gary is 66 years old now, but he likely would have never made it to this age had it not been for the liver transplant he had five years ago. The organ was donated…
LEXINGTON — A 114 acre tract of land owned by the St. Ann’s Catholic Church near the Parish Center has been properly zoned for housing development.
COZAD — Past and present Cozad Library Foundation members recently met to admire the completion of phases 1 and 2 of a planned four-phase Art Garden south of the Wilson Public Library.
LEXINGTON — Lexington’s Viaero Wireless store will be hosting a free cosmic bowling party at the Strike and Spare Bowling Alley, located at 1408 North Adams Street. The event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 6 pm to 9 pm. Several door prizes and giveaways will be given out to attendees…
LEXINGTON — No charges will be filed in the death of an 18-year-old Lexington inmate who died by suicide while in custody at the Dawson County Jail on Friday, May 24.
ELWOOD — A Gosper County Sheriff’s deputy allegedly apprehended marijuana and flash drives with child pornography from a Nevada man’s vehicle during a traffic stop.
LEXINGTON — After two months off to collect data, the group focused on Lexington child care planning is meeting on Nov. 1 at the Lexington Regional Health and Wellness Community Room to review the results of their surveys.
The membership of the Nebraska Healthcare Marketers (NHM) met for their Annual Fall Conference Oct. 16-18 in La Vista . A highlight of the gathering was the awarding of the NHM Bright Ideas Award. The 2019 recipient selected was Brenna Bartruff of Lexington Regional Health Center.
Each year, approximately 3,000 of the best high school musicians in the state audition for the Nebraska All-State Band, Chorus, Jazz Band and Orchestra which are sponsored by the Nebraska Music Education Association.
LEXINGTON — The Lexington Area Chamber of Commerce is getting into the Halloween spirit and hosting their annual Trick or Treat Street event, which will be a great time for children and families alike.
EDDYVILLE — A Dawson County Sheriff’s Office deputy drew his Taser to stop a Mason City man in middle of an alleged sexual assault on Oct. 12.
ELWOOD — Despite wind gusts up to 30 mph, the Elwood Fire Department was able to quickly contain a field fire and prevent it from spreading during Monday afternoon.
LEXINGTON — “These are your biggest fans,” Lexington band director Chad Scharff said as the Pride of the Minuteman Marching Band entered the football stadium on Wednesday. As they did, a cheer went up from stands packed with elementary students brought down to watch the band.
LEXINGTON — Scooter’s Coffee fans can rejoice, the location being built in Lexington plans to open the first week of December, just in time to provide a respite to the cold weather.