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TransCanada stuck with 'expensive decision' on Keystone XL route
Posted on Wednesday November 22, 2017

If TransCanada still wants to build the Keystone XL pipeline on its newly approved route through Nebraska, the company might have to go through Dennis Witzel first.

Last homesteader's tractor now 'home on the range'
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

BEATRICE — The last homesteader’s tractor has finally arrived at its new home.

Senator seeks investigation of state-licensed care facilities; HHS says one not needed
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Sen. Lynne Walz of Fremont called Tuesday for a legislative investigation to examine the conditions and practices at state-licensed facilities that house vulnerable people, including those with mental illness, and continue to operate after repeated violations.

Fischer faces Republican challenge from the right
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Lincoln businessman Todd Watson announced Tuesday he will mount a "conservative Constitutionalist" challenge to Sen. Deb Fischer in the 2018 Republican Senate primary election.

Nebraska, Iowa students raise awareness of veteran suicide
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

OMAHA — Student veterans from Nebraska and Iowa have joined together in a nine-day march to raise awareness of veteran suicide ahead of Friday's football game between the two universities.

Prisons hiring bonus will continue
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

A $2,500 hiring bonus aimed at decreasing vacancies at the Nebraska State Penitentiary and Tecumseh State Correctional Institution will be extended through Jan. 2, Corrections Director Scott Frakes announced Tuesday.

Firing UNL lecturer marks an abrupt change of course for administrators
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

In a pair of October letters to lawmakers, University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds and UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green defended the university’s response to an Aug. 25 confrontation between a student recruiting for a conservative group and a graduate student…

Nebraska county takes steps to keep away wind farms
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

STANTON — The county board has taken steps to keep anyone from developing a wind farm in Stanton County.

Former teacher, coach takes plea deal in child sex case
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

OMAHA — A former Omaha schoolteacher and area youth softball coach accused of child sexual assault has taken a plea deal.

Property owners can sign up for emailed tax reminders
Posted on Monday November 20, 2017

Lancaster County property owners can sign up to get email reminders of important tax dates.

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Latest Nebraska News

Authorities sweep up suspected drug dealers in Hebron

Prosecution drops case against man accused of rape

Lincoln felon gets prison time on gun charge

Lincoln man arrested in overnight car theft

Lincoln man gets prison time for cocaine conspiracy

Judge: University housing subject to Fair Housing Act

Repeat burglar goes to prison for pizza place break-ins

Man stabbed outside at 27th and Y streets

Man leads police on short pursuit

Inspector rules apartment fire as arson

Lifestyle Briefs, Nov. 22

Birthday, Nov. 22

Holidays are here, and she gets ugly in Company Mode

Teen idol David Cassidy, 'Partridge Family' star, dies at 67

Teen idol David Cassidy, 'Partridge Family' star, dies at 67

CBS News and PBS cut ties to Rose following sex allegations

The Latest: PBS cuts ties with Rose after misconduct claims

CBS News fires Charlie Rose following sexual misconduct allegations

Melania Trump, son Barron receive White House Christmas tree

Justice Dept. sues to stop AT&T's $85B Time Warner deal

Senator seeks investigation of state-licensed care facilities; HHS says one not needed

Fischer faces Republican challenge from the right

Prisons hiring bonus will continue

Firing UNL lecturer marks an abrupt change of course for administrators

Property owners can sign up for emailed tax reminders

Prison search teams looking for sources of homemade weapons

Inspector general questions accurate reporting of prison staff assaults

Yazidi refugee now living in Lincoln recounts terrifying story of her enslavement

Nebraska lawmakers gearing up for 2018 session; speaker says differences more ideological than partisan

State's long-term care savings plan winding down





















North Platte Nebraska's Newspaper

Police: No threat to NP school
Posted on Wednesday October 04, 2017

Screenshot shared on social media causes alarm

UPDATE: Names of 2 I-80 crash victims released
Posted on Friday June 09, 2017

The two victims of a head-on crash Thursday on Interstate 80 have been identified.

I-80 collision kills North Platte man
Posted on Thursday June 08, 2017

COZAD — An 89-year-old North Platte man was killed in a two-car crash on Interstate 80 a half-mile west of Cozad just before 1 a.m. Thursday.

Fires spring up across area
Posted on Thursday March 16, 2017

Officials warn of continuing dry and dangerous conditions around region

Update: Cause of hotel fire determined
Posted on Thursday March 16, 2017

The west end of the Holiday Inn Express and Suites sustained significant damage after an electrical issue led to a fire on Tuesday morning.

UPDATE: Victims of wreck near Brady identified
Posted on Wednesday March 15, 2017

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has identified three people involved in a fatal wreck near Brady Tuesday night.

Advertisers warned: Solicitation isn't from Telegraph
Posted on Wednesday March 15, 2017

Beware of documents that appear to be bills

Name released in fatal shooting near Lake McConaughy
Posted on Friday January 20, 2017

OGALLALA — Officials provided few details a day after a man died of a gunshot wound near Lake McConaughy.

NSP investigates shooting at Lake McConaughy
Posted on Thursday January 19, 2017

The Nebraska State Patrol is investigating a fatal shooting Thursday night at Lake McConaughy.

U.P. reports decline in 3rd-quarter income
Posted on Thursday October 20, 2016

OMAHA — Union Pacific on Thursday reported a seventh straight quarter of falling cargo volumes, with declines in five of the six major freight categories.

Nebraska City News-Press

Tree lighting set for Nov. 25 at courthouse
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

Nebraska City Tourism & Commerce invites the public to attend the official Tree Lighting Ceremony on the lawn of the Otoe County Courthouse on Saturday, Nov. 25.This annual tradition will feature caroling, refreshments, and a visit from Santa Claus. The Tree Lighting Ceremony will start at 5 p.m.

Local workshop deals with difficult topic of trafficking
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017

THE ISSUE: Human Trafficking.LOCAL IMPACT: Local workshop links southeast Nebraska's anti-trafficking efforts with a Florida based advocacy group in an effort to educate the public about the presence and threat of human trafficking while also giving information on how to identify and advocate for victims. 

Otoe County Board conducts regular meeting on Nov. 14
Posted on Thursday November 16, 2017

Otoe County Commissioners met for their regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 14, at the courthouse.Sheriff Jim Gress opened the agenda by addressing the board with regard to vehicle replacements in his department’s fleet. Gress explained that he has budgeted to purchase three vehicles but will only be seeking to purchase two at this time.Vehicles to replace are a 2012 Dodge Charger with 141K miles. Gress said a replacement would cost in the neighborhood of $145K. The second [...]

Citians gather for mural dedication
Posted on Thursday November 16, 2017

Dedication of a mural honoring the service of veterans and the re-birth of a community center built with the same idea in mind provided the perfect punctuation for Veterans Day festivities in downtown Nebraska City on Saturday, Nov. 11.Nebraska City Mayor Bryan Bequette served as the master of ceremonies and the Nebraska City High School concert band provided musical accompaniment for a ceremony that dedicated a mural and launched a busy weekend at the Veterans Memorial Building. [...]

Board receives updates from students, principals
Posted on Thursday November 16, 2017

Members of the Nebraska City School Board heard reports from high school student council representatives and administrators during the regular meeting of the board on Monday night.Logan Hoover, a junior, and Alexis Hoover, a freshman, gave the student council updates.The pair reported that Lilly Frields, Sam Biaggi, Fernando Dominguez and Lukas Huge would be representing NCHS as part of the All State Choir on Saturday in Lincoln. Also of interest, the student [...]

Lourdes hosts Heng, Kassube for Veterans Day
Posted on Wednesday November 15, 2017

Lourdes Central Catholic hosted distinguished speakers on Friday as part of its school assembly honoring veterans in advance of Veterans Day, which was observed on Saturday, Nov. 11.Principal Curt Feilmeier gave opening remarks before introducing Col. Cathy Kassube and Col. Lynn Heng. Both are Catholic school graduates with Heng being a Lourdes Central Catholic alum.Feilmeier told the assembly that America appreciates the service of its veterans and could never hope to repay them [...]

NCMS hosts annual breakfast, veterans salute
Posted on Wednesday November 15, 2017

Nebraska City Middle School hosted its annual Veterans Day Breakfast on Friday concluding with a school assembly and program honoring all those who have served or who are serving in the nation’s military.Caleb Poggemeyer, Michael Vlahos and Eli McNeely of Boy Scout Troup 353 served as the color guard for the event. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Student Council President Taylor Briley.National Junior Honor Society President Valerie Bennie and National Junior Honor [...]

Extension Board meets Nov. 27
Posted on Wednesday November 15, 2017

The next Otoe County Extension Board meeting will be held on Monday,  Nov. 27, 7:30 p.m. at the Nebraska Extension Office in Otoe County, 620 1st Street, Syracuse.  The agenda will be posted at the Nebraska Extension in Otoe County’s office in Syracuse and the County Clerk’s office in the Courthouse, Nebraska City.

Frana, Kohrs switch looks to be smooth at NC Utilities
Posted on Monday November 13, 2017

A working relationship spanning three decades makes for a smooth transition and that’s just what the Nebraska City Utilities will have as Jeff Kohrs transitions from office manager/accountant to general manager in April of 2018.Kohrs will be replacing the retiring Leroy Frana, who has served Nebraska City Utilities for 42 years. Frana and Kohrs worked side-by-side from 1984 to 1998 on customer accounting and financial accounting with Frana being the office [...]

EDGE presentation at NCMS addresses mental health issues
Posted on Monday November 13, 2017

THE ISSUE: Local program gives an EDGE to students.LOCAL IMPACT: EDGE Nebraska City hosts mental health program to help families identify mental health issues and to get treatment. The EDGE program hosts a series of programs to help students find success in multiple areas.

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