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Former Fairbury Police Officer Found Guilty of Domestic Assault

Former Fairbury Police Officer Found Guilty of Domestic Assault

FAIRBURY - A jury found former Fairbury Police Officer Stanly D. Colby guilty of 3rd Degree Domestic Assault on Wednesday evening. However, Colby was found not guilty on the charge of Strangulation, a class 3A felony. The state brought i...

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Former Fairbury Police Officer Found Guilty of Domestic Assault
Former Fairbury Police Officer Found Guilty of Domestic Assault
#1 Wilber-Clatonia Having Little Troubles in Historic Start to Season
#1 Wilber-Clatonia Having Little Troubles in Historic Start to Season
Area Schools Attend 5th Annual Explore-It Career Fair
Area Schools Attend 5th Annual Explore-It Career Fair
Students Prepping for Their Futures, Touring Colleges
Students Prepping for Their Futures, Touring Colleges
Planning And Zoning Commission Approves Hog Permit Near Harbine
Planning And Zoning Commission Approves Hog Permit Near Harbine
#4 Johnson-Brock Hands #1 Diller-Odell Their First Loss in Straight Sets
#4 Johnson-Brock Hands #1 Diller-Odell Their First Loss in Straight Sets
Former Police Officer Representing Himself During Jury Trial
Former Police Officer Representing Himself During Jury Trial
Beatrice Humane Society Puppies Find Forever Homes Being Therapy Dogs
Beatrice Humane Society Puppies Find Forever Homes Being Therapy Dogs
Longtime Nebraska offensive line coach Milt Tenopir, 76, made Husker 'Pipeline' go
Longtime Nebraska offensive line coach Milt Tenopir, 76, made Husker 'Pipeline' go
New Grant Could Allow Fairbury Students to Explore Career Fields Through Vocational Courses
New Grant Could Allow Fairbury Students to Explore Career Fields Through Vocational Courses

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  • European Style Church In Southeast Nebraska
    European Style Church In Southeast Nebraska

    STEINAUER - When you walk in the doors of the beautiful St. Anthony's Church in Steinauer, your jaw will drop. Fran Herrick, lifetime member of St. Anthony's Parrish, who has been an organist at the church for almost 50 years,  gave me a tour of St. Anthony's and also told me a little bit about the history and renovation of the church. The church building is Romanesque style architecture, evid...

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  • The "Museum Town" And All Of Its Hidden Treasures

    TABLE ROCK - The Table Rock Historical Society is a non-profit organization that celebrates the his...

  • European Style Church In Southeast Nebraska
    European Style Church In Southeast Nebraska

    STEINAUER - When you walk in the doors of the beautiful St. Anthony's Church in Steinauer, your jaw will drop. Fran Herrick, lifetime member of St. Anthony's Parrish, who has been an organist at the church for almost 50 years,  gave me a tour of St. Anthony's and also told me a little bit about the history and renovation of the church. The church building is Romanesque style architecture, evid...

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  • The "Museum Town" And All Of Its Hidden Treasures

    TABLE ROCK - The Table Rock Historical Society is a non-profit organization that celebrates the his...

  • Geneva Man Sentenced After Baby's Death

    GENEVA, Neb. — A 26-year-old Geneva man convicted this summer of causing his infant son's death has been sentenced to up to 80 years in prison. The Nebraska Attorney General's office said in a news release that Anthony Long was sentenced Tuesday in Fillmore County District Court. He received 50 to 60 years for child abuse resulting in death and 10 to 20 years for a count of child abuse result...

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  • Strong Oklahoma Earthquake Felt in the Region

    Did you feel the earth moving Saturday morning? You weren't alone. The United States Geological ...

  • Tri County Rushes Past Thayer Central

    HEBRON - The dynamic rushing attack of Colby Ensz and Cooper Smith led Tri County to a 69-24 victory over Thayer Central Friday night. Ensz scored early and often for Tri County. The all-state running back had the first points of the game on a 7-yard run on the opening possession. Thayer Central was able to respond early with Dietric Kenning having success of his own on the ground to keep the ...

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  • Strong Oklahoma Earthquake Felt in the Region

    Did you feel the earth moving Saturday morning? You weren't alone. The United States Geological Survey says a 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit nine miles northwest of Pawnee, OK just at 7:02 a.m. CST, sending a ripple effect from Oklahoma and Texas to Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. The 5.6 magnitude quake ties for Oklahoma’s strongest earthquake on record, the first coming in November 2011. No ...

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  • Child Advocacy Satellite Office Moving from Nebraska City to Auburn

    AUBURN - The Child Advocacy Center's Satelite office in Nebraska City will soon be moving to Auburn. According to Executive Director Lynn Ayers, the office will be moving to 1311 19th Street in Auburn on October 1st. The center, which provides a safe haven for abused children during medical evaluations and forensic interviews, will not change or reduce any of their services in Otoe County. T...

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  • Strong Oklahoma Earthquake Felt in the Region

    Did you feel the earth moving Saturday morning? You weren't alone. The United States Geological Survey says a 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit nine miles northwest of Pawnee, OK just at 7:02 a.m. CST, sending a ripple effect from Oklahoma and Texas to Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri. The 5.6 magnitude quake ties for Oklahoma’s strongest earthquake on record, the first coming in November 2011. No ...

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  • Area Teams Stand Out in Multiple Sports as It Begins to Look Like Fall

    SOUTHEAST NEBRASKA - As the weather begins to change and all Fall sports are well into their respective seasons, there certainly have been some standout teams in the area. Here is a quick look at some of those teams. All rankings reference are based on the Omaha World-Herald's sports rankings. FOOTBALL There are currently six undefeated football teams in our coverage area in the state of ...

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Community Calendar
Sep
7
Wed
10:30 am Weekly Storytimes at Beatrice Pu... @ Betrice Public Library Norva Price Room
Weekly Storytimes at Beatrice Pu... @ Betrice Public Library Norva Price Room
Sep 7 2016 @ 10:30 am – May 17 2017 @ 11:30 am
Starting Wednesday September 7th, weekly storytimes will be held in the Norva Price room at the Beatrice Public Library on Wednesdays at 10:30 am through the end of the school year.  Join in for stories,[...]
Sep
14
Wed
10:30 am Weekly Storytimes at Beatrice Pu... @ Betrice Public Library Norva Price Room
Weekly Storytimes at Beatrice Pu... @ Betrice Public Library Norva Price Room
Sep 14 2016 @ 10:30 am – May 24 2017 @ 11:30 am
Starting Wednesday September 7th, weekly storytimes will be held in the Norva Price room at the Beatrice Public Library on Wednesdays at 10:30 am through the end of the school year.  Join in for stories,[...]
Sep
21
Wed
10:30 am Weekly Storytimes at Beatrice Pu... @ Betrice Public Library Norva Price Room
Weekly Storytimes at Beatrice Pu... @ Betrice Public Library Norva Price Room
Sep 21 2016 @ 10:30 am – May 31 2017 @ 11:30 am
Starting Wednesday September 7th, weekly storytimes will be held in the Norva Price room at the Beatrice Public Library on Wednesdays at 10:30 am through the end of the school year.  Join in for stories,[...]
Sep
28
Wed
10:30 am Weekly Storytimes at Beatrice Pu... @ Betrice Public Library Norva Price Room
Weekly Storytimes at Beatrice Pu... @ Betrice Public Library Norva Price Room
Sep 28 2016 @ 10:30 am – Jun 7 2017 @ 11:30 am
Starting Wednesday September 7th, weekly storytimes will be held in the Norva Price room at the Beatrice Public Library on Wednesdays at 10:30 am through the end of the school year.  Join in for stories,[...]
Sep
30
Fri
all-day Trail of Treasures Event
Trail of Treasures Event
Sep 30 – Oct 2 all-day
September 30th-October 2nd – Trail of Treasures Event! Discover Miles of Treasures Along Nebraska’s Heritage Highway, US Highway 136!  This is a three-day shopping event that promotes our towns, our businesses and our people. Look[...]
7:00 am Beatrice Toastmasters meeting
Beatrice Toastmasters meeting
Sep 30 @ 7:00 am – 8:00 am
Beatrice Toastmasters meetings are held weekly on Friday mornings at 7 am at the Carnegie Building, 218 N 5th Street, Beatrice.For more information about the club and their meetings, contact Ron Miller at 402-223-4477. Time:[...]
10:00 am Community Coffees in Wymore @ Wymore Legion
Community Coffees in Wymore @ Wymore Legion
Sep 30 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Hosted by the Senior Center For more information or to host a coffee, contact Judy Henrichs at 402-645-3194

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