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Hundreds of Kansas City Royals fans from across the region were in Grand Island this morning to be a part of a championship celebration. The World Series trophy tour stopped at the Conestoga Mall this morning from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It was the only stop for the trophy west of Lincoln. Some parents even took their kids out of school to witne...
A Kearney businessman has been convicted of unlawfully hiring an undocumented worker. Paul Younes, 63 was arraigned Tuesday, according to press release from the office of U.S. Attorney Deborah Gilg. He faces a maximum sentence of six months in prison and a $3,000 fine. Younes' business, Kearney Hospitality, Inc. was charged with harboring...
Medicaid expansion has failed numerous times before in the Nebraska legislature, but LB 1032, the Transitional Health Insurance Program Act is gaining a lot of support from Nebraska organizations. State Sen. John McCollister will introduce the bill at a hearing by the Legislature's Health and Human Services Committee this afternoon. ...
A Hastings company will send the first significant shipment of beef from the United States to Israel in more than a decade since Israel banned U.S. beef imports. On Tuesday, Nebraska Agriculture Department Director Greg Ibach praised WR Reserve for complying with a rigorous inspection process that included Israeli government regulator visi...
The Adams Central Board of Education will ask voters to decide the future of a single-site elementary bond election this May. By a 4-2 vote last night, board members approved the site across from Adams Central High School as the proposed location. It was overwhelmingly supported by patrons who took part in a recent phone survey. Board mem...
The granddaughter of the late reggae legend Bob Marley will speak on the Hastings College campus as part of the school's Black History Month celebration Feb. 24. Donisha Rita Claire Prendergast will explore the topic "Could You Be Love?" in her address. Using the title from one of her grandfather's most famous songs, she'll explore how ind...
The Adams Central Board of Education will meet tonight and consider moving forward on a potential new bond election for 2016. District officials are hoping to pass a school bond that would allow them to build a new elementary school in western Adams County. The proposal is for either an $18.2 million site near Juniata or a $19.7 million si...
A Beaver City man faces several charges after 93 cow and calf carcasses were found at his feed yard in Furnas County. Online court records say 59-year-old Steve Clason is charged with six counts of abandoning or cruelly neglecting livestock and six counts of improper disposal of a carcass. Clason reportedly owed an Omaha-based livestock co...
Residents in Nelson will head to the polls tomorrow to decide if a city councilwoman should keep her seat. The Hastings Tribune reports that Vicky Garner's status came under fire in October after a petition was circulated accusing Garner of obtaining information "without board approval for her own personal gain." The petition was started b...
More than 30 puppies are being nursed back to health after being rescued from a breeder in central Nebraska last month. A $10,000 grant will pay for the care of those puppies at the Central Nebraska Humane Society. Since taking the 31 dogs on January 11, one of the dogs had a litter of puppies and another litter is expected soon. Executiv...
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