CHS Band Prepares For Festival This Weekend

COLUMBUS - The Columbus High School marching band is getting ready for one of the longest running marching festivals in Nebraska this weekend. The 44th annual Columbus Marching Festival takes place... Read More

Kids Safety Day

COLUMBUS - The annual Kids Safety Day event took place at Mike's Auto Sales & Towing in Columbus on Saturday afternoon. The event invited the Columbus community to learn safety tips from local experts, and participate in demonstrations teachin... Read More

Driver's mistake sends pick-up into downtown jewelry store

NORFOLK --A Saturday morning hair appointment went awry for one woman in downtown Norfolk. Rescue crews were called to Putters Jewelry at 408 West Norfolk Avenue shortly after 8:00 a.m. after a motorist's pick-up had driven right into the front of th... Read More

Oktoberfest is in full swing

NORFOLK- Oktoberfest is officially underway in Norfolk. The festival kicked off Friday, with the tapping of the keg at 5:30 P.M. The festival is in its seventh year. Many towns in the United States with large populations of German descendants... Read More

Columbus Area Human Resource Association Holds Monthly Meeting

COLUMBUS - The Columbus Area Human Resource Association had their monthly meeting on Thursday afternoon. During their luncheon, Jill Colegrove, the executive director of Colegrove Counseling, gave a presentation highlighting stress. The presentati... Read More

Intersection Proposal Draws Criticism

HUMPHREY - A proposal to make a troubled intersection safer and more efficient is drawing criticism by semi-trailer drivers and residents. The plan put forward by the Nebraska Department of Transportation will re-work the intersection of Highway 8... Read More

2018 Columbus Ag Partners Tour

COLUMBUS - The 14th annual Ag Partners Tour took place in Columbus on Wednesday afternoon, giving community members the opportunity to visit three innovative agriculture businesses around the Columbus area. The tour was attended by members of the ... Read More

Honoring POW Army Sergeant After 68 years

SILVER CREEK- Nearly 68 years after dying from starvation at a North Korean prisoner-of-war camp, Army Master Sgt. Leonard Chinn's remains are home. 33 boxes were shipped from North Korea to Hawaii in 1993 filled with decomposed servicemen who lo... Read More

Jordan Cordero Arraignment; Facing Six Felony Charges

COLUMBUS - 21-year-old Jordan Cordero was arraigned in Platte County Court Wednesday morning. The Columbus resident who had a brief foot pursuit with Columbus police back on September 10th and brandished a shotgun was read his charges. He is looki... Read More

Two-Vehicle Accident Causes $27,000 In Damage

COLUMBUS - A two-vehicle accident in Columbus on Tuesday night caused an estimated $27,000 in damage. According to the Platte County Sheriff's Office, the accident took place around 8:39 PM, at the intersection of 53rd Street and 18th Avenue, just... Read More

Drive 4 Your Community Event Coming Up This Saturday

COLUMBUS - The Columbus High School Marching Band is partnering with Gene Steffy's Ford of Columbus for a big fundraising event this Saturday. Gene Steffy's Ford is inviting the Columbus community to take a test drive from 8 AM until 4 PM on Satur... Read More