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KEARNEY, Neb. - Now with less than two weeks until the general election, the District 37 Legislative race is reaching a fever pitch. Kearney businessman John Lowe says he isn’t responsible for the mailings from interest groups outside of Central N... Read More
KEARNEY - Police have recovered a body from a south Kearney canal. The body was discovered at around 11 a.m. Thursday by a group of kayakers in the Kearney Canal along Landon Street near Central Ave. At this time, police have not listed a cause of... Read More
HASTINGS - For the first time ever in Nebraska, voters will be able to take a selfie in the voting booth on Election Day. Thanks to a new statute passed by the state legislature this year, voters will be allowed to make the voting experience more ... Read More
ARAPAHOE, Neb. - A water main break in the center of Arapahoe has the city now under a boil order. The precautionary order to boil water is in effect for the next 48-hours as city crews work to fix the break. During that time, natural gas and elec... Read More
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. - A City Council seat in Grand Island has the upcoming sales tax vote at the top of issues facing the candidates. Ward 4 incumbent Councilman Mike Paulick says he will be voting for the half-cent sales tax increase on November 8... Read More
LINCOLN, Neb. - The Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation has named Steve Halloran of Hastings a ‘Friend of Agriculture’. The committee chair of the Nebraska Farm Bureau PAC Mark Mchargue says “Steve Halloran shares many of the core values of the ... Read More
KEARNEY, Neb. - The Kearney City Council agreed to terms with their new airline carrier at yesterday’s meeting. City Attorney Michael Tye presented the figures to the City Council, which are slightly higher than what the previous provider Great... Read More
Lammers Attack Ad
KEARNEY, Neb. - With two weeks remaining until the general election, District 37 Legislative candidate Bob Lammers is defending his record against outside interest groups. In a number of mailings, the latest being from Denver-based Trees of Libert... Read More
Secretary of State John Gale
LINCOLN - The Secretary of State’s office has pulled a public service announcement regarding ballot language for the death penalty referendum that will appear on the Nov. 8 ballot. Earlier Wednesday, death penalty opposition group Retain a Just ... Read More
HASTINGS - Community growth, the future of Hastings Utilities and questions of how to handle city department heads were just some of the topics addressed at the second Hastings mayoral debate. On the issue of how the candidates would address the ... Read More
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