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A Hastings couple has been selected to chair the United Way of South Central Nebraska's 2015-16 fundraising campaign. Jeff and Abby Schneider will chair the campaign this year. Jeff is Director of Finance at Hastings Public Schools and Abby is a Paraeducator at Alcott Elementary. Jeff is also past president of Hastings Sunrise Rotary and t...
The Hall County Board of Supervisors has voted to hire a Lincoln law firm to lead an investigation into the Hall County Jail. The board voted Tuesday after a short meeting with the county's attorney, Jack Zitterkopf. He declined to specify what led to the investigation of the jail. Corrections Director Fred Ruiz said that there ...
A Hastings church was recently vandalized and now they are seeking the public's help to assist with cleanup efforts. Hastings Police were called to the First Baptist Church on June 21, after someone reported graffiti spray painted on several walls inside the church. The suspects spray painted many of the rooms in the basement of the churc...
A preliminary hearing has been set for a Grand Island man accused of stabbing a teenager in an Aurora park. 18-year-old Brayden Milhon was arraigned yesterday. He faces charges of second-degree assault, use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony and terroristic threats. Court documents state that the alleged incident occurred on June 15. ...
The Hastings Parks and Recreation Department says the Hastings AquaCourt will be open limited hours this Saturday for the 4th of July. It will be open from Noon until 4 p.m. so that employees can enjoy the festivities at Brickyard Park which begin at 5:30 p.m. The parks department says admission to the AquaCourt will be half off on Saturday due to ...
The South Heartland District Health Department is reporting that mosquitoes recently trapped in Webster County have tested positive for West Nile Virus. It's the first positive pool to be collected in Nebraska this year. Mosquitoes were collected on June 16 and tested positive on June 25. Symptoms of the disease can vary but can include f...
Senator Deb Fischer was in Omaha Monday along with FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai discussing the need to make broadband internet policy a priority. Fischer stressed the need to have an open internet continually available in rural parts of Nebraska. "If we can have broadband connection all across the state, we'll see Nebraska grow. That...
The Adams County Sheriff's Department says they've located a Hastings man who was reported missing from his home near Juniata Monday. 85-year old Floyd Hanson was located this morning in Ravenna. He apparently drove to Ravenna in his farm pickup. According to Deputy Byron Morrow with the Adams County Sheriff's department Hanson was doing f...
A report investigating the deadly riot at a Nebraska prison last month says too many inmates were outside their cells at the time of the incident. Multiple inmates at Tecumseh State Corrections Institution had been released simultaneously for medication distribution, which led to a large gathering in the prison courtyard. According to the...
Three men and one woman remain hospitalized after being injured during a tractor pull Sunday in Boelus. Mark Bradley, president of the Nebraska Truck and Tractor Pullers Association told KHAS Radio that three of those injured are still in serious condition but he expects them all to make a full recovery. One person was also treated and rel...
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