The Hastings Museum provides simple, old-fashioned fun during Kool-Aid Days to match the festival theme, and 2019 is no different with the theme “Jamaican Me Smile.”
Adams County has joined the growing list of Nebraska counties that have done away with township boards.
Three new members were elected Tuesday to the Hastings City Council.
Both members of the Adams County Board of Supervisors in contested general election races were re-elected Tuesday.
In his first four years on the Hastings Board of Education, Brady Rhodes has been able to use some of his past experience in education and as a parent.
Spending a year as president of the Nebraska State Bar Association brought Marsha Fangmeyer closer than she had ever imagined to a political office.
Property taxes are at the top of the short list of items Dave Murman hopes to address in the Nebraska Legislature.
Leland “Lee” Hogan believes he has worked in his two-plus years on the Adams County Board of Supervisors and is the best candidate to continue representing District 3.
With a career in real estate and having lived in west Hastings for 37 years, as well as having the time available, Theodore “Ted” Schroeder believes he is the right candidate for the Ward 2 vacancy on the Hastings City Council.
Dave Johnson hopes the excitement and energy generated from the new Adams Central Elementary School will only continue to push innovation and further improvements long into the future.
Tim O’Dey has a close connection to Adams Central Public Schools, and he hopes to see that connection continue long into the future.
For the last eight years, John Bonham has spent a lot of time learning the best practices and ways to improve and grow Hastings Public Schools.
For Karen Doerr, running for the Adams County Board of Supervisors provided an opportunity to continue giving back.
Tracey Katzberg feels like she’s finally hit her stride and hopes to be able to serve a second term on the Hastings Board of Education.
The last four years have been a learning experience for Michael Stromer.
Three of five candidates vying for four spots on the Hastings Board of Education participated in a candidate forum Tuesday.
Archer wins Franklin County primary
CLAY CENTER — Clay County Sheriff Jeff Franklin appears bound for re-election to a seventh term in office after defeating a challenger in Tuesday’s Republican primary election.
The Hastings City Council has two contested races in the primary election on May 15 and two that are not.
Five Republicans and four Democrats will attempt to win their party’s nomination for the U.S. Senate in the May 15 primary.
The May 15 primary election will determine which Democrat and which Republican will face off for Nebraska’s governor in the fall.
Marvin “Butch” Hughes believes he is still the man for Hastings.
Even though he has served on the Adams County Board of Supervisors for nearly two years, Leland “Lee” Hogan is seeking his first election.
A livestock confinement operation near Roseland that focuses on swine genetics has received approval from the Adams County Planning and Zoning Commission for a proposed expansion that would bring the operation to 7,250 animals.
Michael Meyer believes Adams County can be run more efficiently, so he decided to run for the County Board of Supervisors.
Service is a driving principle for Willis Hunt and has led him to run for the District 7 seat on the Adams County Board of Supervisors.
Candidates running for Hastings City Council seats in Wards 3 and 4 answered a wide range of questions Monday during a forum organized by the Hastings League of Women Voters.
Christopher Maunder hopes to help improve road and energy infrastructure in Hastings.
Eldon Orthmann believes the Adams County government is running smoothly and he is worthy of a fourth term on the Adams County Board of Supervisors.
With his experience running a business and the Hastings Planning Commission, Chuck Rosenberg believes he is the best candidate to represent central Hastings on the Hastings City Council.
Charles Holmberg hopes to use his background working for Hastings Utilities and as a local landlord to benefit the community as he runs for Hastings City Council.
As Nebraska’s primary election nears, Adams County Republicans gathered Thursday to elect officers and delegates to the state convention.
Adams County will be soliciting bids from local financial institutions to help pay for the county’s southeast truck route.
Matthew Fong and his wife, Kaleena, have received a lot from Hastings, and Matt wants to continue to give back.
Throughout his adult life, Matthew Jones has been an active volunteer. Now, he hopes to give back to the city of Hastings.
Four more incumbents filed for re-election to their offices before Thursday’s deadline to do so.
Kirk Penner wants to be an advocate for Nebraska’s 3rd Congressional District.
Hastings City Councilwoman Sarah Hoops will not run for a second term.
Todd Watson of Lincoln vows to be a staunch defender of the United States Constitution as a candidate for U.S. Senate.
Phil Odom, who has served on the Hastings City Council since 2006, won’t run for a fourth term.
One of the longest-tenured current Hastings City Council members announced he will not seek re-election.