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HASTINGS, Neb. - The wait is over for donuts in Hastings. After a year of anticipation, Dunkin Donuts opened its doors Wednesday morning for the first time. The company had a soft open, but as word traveled through town, dozens of people began to ... Read More
NEW YORK - Another award has been bestowed upon the Team Jack Foundation. On Tuesday night, co-founder Andy Hoffman was named the 2016 winner of the NASCAR Foundation’s Betty Jane France Humanitarian Award at an event in New York City. Hoffman ... Read More
Secretary of State John Gale
LINCOLN, Neb. - The first ballots for the Nov. 8 general election are now on their way to voters overseas. Early voting in Nebraska begins in less than a week. Ballots were mailed out to military members and overseas voters 45 days prior to the e... Read More
KEARNEY, Neb. - A full agenda at last night's City Council meeting in Kearney led to a longer than normal session. A point of contention came when when the Council agreed to enter into an agreement with the EPA regarding storm water management. De... Read More
Jerimiah Duncan
HASTINGS, Neb. - A Hastings man has been sent to prison for his role in a July high-speed chase. 23-year-old Jerimiah Duncan was sentenced yesterday to two years in prison and one year of probation after pleading no contest to reckless driving. O... Read More
First Street
News Release from First Street Brewery HASTINGS, Neb. - First Street Brewing Company has been under construction for the last year. On Thursday they became the first all-grain production brewery operating in Hastings in nearly 100 years as they be... Read More
Vern Powers
HASTINGS, Neb. - Hastings Mayor Vern Powers says a unique opportunity exists for Midwestern students interested in obtaining a business degree at Stanford University. Powers spoke of the details during Monday’s city council meeting. Stanf... Read More
GIBBON, Neb. - The three people killed last Friday in a fiery crash along I-80 near Gibbon are still being identified. Autopsies were scheduled for Tuesday in an effort to determine their identities, according to the Nebraska State Patrol. A fore... Read More
LINCOLN - Officials with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services have uncovered a billing issue that could cost the state up to $32 million. The issue stems from changes made two years ago in how providers are paid for serving residen... Read More
By Brandon Peoples HASTINGS, Neb. - Leadership Hastings honored another Nebraskan for exemplary leadership Sunday night at its annual Tom Osborne Leadership Award Banquet. This year’s recipient, Marlin Briscoe was an Omaha South graduate who... Read More
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