Hogzilla Grinds Nebraska City Storm Damage

NEBRASKA CITY – An early June  thunderstorm brought 100 mph winds across the Missouri River and left Nebraska City with piles of limbs and trees as tall as a two-story building, but officials say t... Read More

Shipping Containers Addressed in Proposed Beatrice Ordinance

BEATRICE – The City of Beatrice will give residents time to examine a second draft of an ordinance that would restrict storage or shipping containers in some zones.  The revisions came after city officials received feedback on the potential impact... Read More

Bohling Aims For Father's Day Traditions At Johnson

JOHNSON – A Sunday stroll passed the classic cars, hand-crafted quilts and dug out barbecue offers plenty of explanation of why Johnson has been a Father’s Day destination for 54 years. Colored chicken posters are posted to windows including f... Read More

Beatrice Country Club Hosting Nebraska Women's Amateur Golf Tournament

BEATRICE - The 2018 Nebraska Women’s Amateur Golf Championship began on Monday at the Beatrice Country Club. Haley Thiele of Wahoo is the defending champion, winning last year’s title by seven strokes at Wild Horse Golf Club in Gothenburg. ... Read More

UPDATE: House Fire Causes $30,000 Loss

BEATRICE – An electrical problem is believed to be the cause of a fire that caused a significant building and contents loss, Saturday night in Beatrice. :06                  “saw the fire” Fire Chief Brian Daake says ... Read More

Fortenberry Calls Singapore Summit

In his column Fort Report, Representative Jeff Fortenberry calls describes the  recent events with North Korean stunning. Fortenberry: "It’s the best word I could use to describe the events this week with North Korea. The Trump-Kim Summit in Sin... Read More

Beatrice Community Hospital Recognized for Infant Safety Project

BEATRICE – Beatrice Community Hospital is being lauded by the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services for helping to reduce infant deaths, in the state. BCH has earned “Safe Sleep Champion” recognition, for an effort to create a saf... Read More

Pie and Ice Cream Social Brings $800+ Dollars to Custer County Museum

BROKEN BOW—Who doesn’t love a slice of pie? Apple, cherry, rhubarb, pecan…with so many to choose from, at least 180 Custer County residents definitely enjoy a slice of pie now and then and took part in the annual pie and ice cream social at the... Read More

Seattle-Area Author Talks About

BEATRICE – It’s not that weather forecasters got it wrong.  It’s just that the message couldn’t be communicated fast enough, during the so-called Children’s Blizzard of January 12th, 1888. The storm event across the plains, hitting duri... Read More

Teachers Recall the One-Room Country School

BEATRICE – One room country school house teachers recounted stories of the past, during an event at the Homestead National Monument of America, on Sunday. Donna Wurst-Berg taught in ten one-room schools in Seward County.  She said in two of the... Read More

Injury accident sends one to the hospital, damages Trooper's cruiser

HWY 20 CEDAR and DIXON COUNTY --  A woman was transported to a Sioux City hospital with non-life threatening injuries after police say she rear ended a Nebraska State Trooper's cruiser Sunday night in a construction zone. According to Troop B Com... Read More