Because human trafficking is occurring in Hastings, a local has started to organize to combat the crime with a meeting Tuesday at Mary Lanning Healthcare.
Those looking to get out of town to visit loved ones this Thanksgiving would best be served by an early departure Wednesday night.
CLAY CENTER — Sandy Creek Middle School students watched on the sidewalk just north of their school here as the yellow, black and purple Midwest MedAir helicopter circled the campus and landed in the grassy field of the playground.
LINCOLN — The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is adjusting its security measures at Memorial Stadium for the football game against Iowa on Friday.
They’re not without their flaws, but the Hastings College Broncos are still perfect.
LINCOLN — A couple of stops in the red zone by Bruning-Davenport/Shickley’s defense against Burwell in the first half of the Class D-1 state football championship on Monday just might have been the difference for the Eagles in their 44-30 victory.
LINCOLN — With 4 minutes, 28 seconds remaining in the Class D-1 football state championship game at Memorial Stadium, Bruning-Davenport/Shickley saw its once 28-0 lead reduced to a mere six points.
Here are comments from Nebraska football coach Mike Riley during Monday’s weekly press conference at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln in advance of Saturday’s home game against Iowa:
Superheroes have been a popular topic lately. Movies, TV shows, video games — they all seem to feature the legion of this, or the brotherhood of that, or maybe just the old favorites like Superman, Batman or Spiderman.
I’d like to think of myself as a fairly decent guy. But, in reality, am I evil? Even in the most mundane of times, that just might present itself.
Whew, made it to the weekend without falling asleep during the day. You feel the same way?
Just a few random thoughts this week while I try to figure out what to do with all the Chicago Cubs World Series T-shirts I had printed up.
The answers have been the same for years. You ask a youngster what they want to be when they grow up. For ages, there’s a good chance the answer would come from a group that consists of firemen, policemen, cowboys or truck drivers.