SUPERIOR — Brodstone Memorial Hospital here is working with the state of Nebraska to offer free drive-up testing for the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, three days this month.
The South Heartland District Health Department recorded seven new positive cases of the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, in its four-county service area Friday through Monday.
REPUBLICAN CITY — A collision of two personal watercraft on the Harlan County Reservoir near here on Saturday sent a Kenesaw woman to the hospital with injuries, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reported.
When the Hastings Public Library opened to the public on Monday for the first time in more three months, it was rekindling a community.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas' governor and its top public health official said Thursday that they worry that the state won't be able to reopen its K-12 schools for the new school year in August if it doesn't reverse a recent surge in reported coronavirus cases.
With the cancellation of fireworks shows at Brickyard Park and Lochland Country Club this year, the Fourth of July will look different in Hastings but a local car dealership is hoping to fill the void.
Neither Jon Smith nor Becky Sullivan had competed in the Hastings Open at any point in the last five years, but both walked away from Lochland Country Club as champions on Sunday.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan., July 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- COVID-19 patients have begun enrolling in an interventional clinical trial at Hospital Virgen del Carmen in Zarate, Argentina. The study will evaluate the therapeutic effect of transcutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation (taVNS) in patients with pneumonia associated with the disease. Hospital Virgen del Carmen, the first health center in South America to conduct such a study, will use Vitality Smartcable taVNS devices supplied by Nemechek Technologies, LLC.
Good morning from The Associated Press. Today is Thursday, July 9, 2020. The news editor for Nebraska and Iowa is Scott McFetridge. The news editor for Kansas and Missouri is Julie Wright.
OMAHA, Neb., July 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The acquisition of Share Good LLC by SHARE Omaha moves its proprietary community engagement software into the future of approachable philanthropy. Marjorie Maas, executive director of SHARE Omaha, sees growing demand nationwide to make giving easy and accessible. "Communities and nonprofit organizations using this platform can immediately become more inclusive. We are excited to bring Share Good to Omaha's Silicon Prairie to push the boundaries of innovative community engagement. It is a natural fit for the amazing tech culture here," said Maas.