It was reported June 11 that a watch was taken at the 800 block of North Hastings Avenue.
The arrival of the World War II B-29 Superfortress bomber “Doc” in Hastings for the Nebraska State Fly-In has been delayed until Saturday afternoon for maintenance.
A 59-year-old Hastings resident was sentenced June 8 in Adams County District Court to one year in jail, a $1,000 fine and 15-year driver’s license revocation for a third offense of driving under the influence of alcohol on Jan. 16.
A 21-year-old Hastings resident was sentenced June 7 in Adams County District Court to 90 days in jail, two years of probation, a $500 fine and six-month driver’s license suspension for operating a vehicle to avoid arrest and driving under the influence on Nov. 29, 2020.
A 25-year-old Hastings resident was sentenced June 7 in Adams County District Court to 300 days in jail for possessing methamphetamine on Dec. 31, 2020.
A s a deputyturned-photographer, Charlie Simmons of Aurora, Colorado, wants to take pictures that highlight the pride and dedication law enforcement officers have in their jobs.
Former school employee sentenced for embezzlement
A 42-year-old Hastings resident was sentenced June 7 in Adams County District Court to three years in prison for attempted driving under revocation from a DUI/refusal conviction on Oct. 13, 2020 and possessing methamphetamine on Jan. 12.
A 29-year-old Clay Center resident was sentenced June 7 in Adams County District Court to three years of probation with a review for 90 days in jail for possessing methamphetamine on Feb. 1.
Vehicles reportedly driven by Benjamin J. Koch of 1122 N. Briggs Ave. and Stephen J.T. Ebert Norton of 305 S. Boston Ave. collided May 31 at Denver Avenue near Second Street.
When the Hastings Museum played host to its members’ celebration on June 10, the two new temporary exhibits on display brought up a lot of memories.
With the Nebraska State Fly-In and Air Show at the Hastings Municipal Airport right around the corner, organizers are excited about the prospect of a big weekend.
A 15,000-square-foot facility on the campus of the new Grand Island Regional Medical Center soon will become the second location for Mary Lanning Healthcare’s Morrison Cancer Center.
It was reported June 7 that flowers were taken from a grave at Parkview Cemetery in the 1200 block of North Elm Avenue.
Family caregivers from Adams, Clay, Nuckolls and Webster counties are invited to take a break June 24 and enjoy some food, entertainment, education and discussion related to the special challenges they face.
The Adams County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution opposing the preservation of 30% of the nation’s land at its regular meeting Tuesday.
The entry list has been set for the Nebraska State High School Finals Rodeo, to be held in Hastings Thursday through Saturday on the Adams County Fairgrounds.
The Hastings Planning Commission has given its blessing to a replat of Mary Lanning Healthcare property, clearing the way for expansion of the hospital’s Medical Services Building.
Hastings Museum is moving ahead with plans to correct drainage problems, rework the approach to its front entrance and establish an outdoor classroom.
The South Heartland District Health Department has logged one solitary new case of the novel coronavirus disease, COVID-19, in a district resident since June 8, and has recorded no new cases in the past five days.
A young Nebraska boy’s personal account of his life with polio is featured in “American Experience: The Polio Crusade,” airing at 8 p.m. June 15 on Nebraska Public Media.
After aviation legend Harry Barr died last year, organizers of the 2021 Nebraska State Fly-in in Hastings thought one of the best ways to honor Barr was to make the fly-in air show a tribute to him.
The Air Show Sunday afternoon during the Nebraska State Fly-In at the Hastings Municipal Airport has special significance for Hastings College graduate Debby Rihn-Harvey.
Students at Adams Central Junior-Senior High School will report to school 35 minutes later on Wednesday mornings in 2021-22, allowing their teachers time to work on instruction and assessment practices.
It’s almost like Disney magic when members of the greatest generation encounter one of the last B-29s to still be flying.
The Hastings City Council voted Monday to hold up on approving up to $200,000 in spending on a temporary relocation of municipal employees now housed in the City Building to refuge quarters at North Denver Station.
Helping new parents fulfill their role as a child’s first teacher and improve early childhood learning is the purpose of two programs highlighted Monday during the Hastings Board of Education meeting.
Robin Stroot, chairwoman
Becky Matticks was tasked with three things when she started in April 2005 as executive director of the Hastings Museum: To get accredited; to get a strategic plan going, and to figure out what to do with the Lied Super Screen Theatre.
It was reported June 3 that a window was damaged in Juniata.
It was reported June 4 that a swing set was taken at the 200 block of North Burlington Avenue.
Work is set to begin soon in preparation for a $22 million construction project that will double the size of the Medical Services Building at Mary Lanning Healthcare and create space for a new nursing education program there.
Five-year-old Anna cheered as she slid down the slide of a brightly colored inflatable and giggled as she played with her father while getting off the end.
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After a full year in which many Tribland events were either canceled or modified somehow because of public health concerns, the schedule for the balance of 2021 is filling up with traditional and even a few new events.
Members of Hastings Fire and Rescue and the Hastings Police Department feel the agencies have strengthened their bond even more with the Battle of the Badges blood drive, now in its third year.
The following couples recently applied for marriage licenses at the Adams County Clerk’s Office: Jayden Darrell Hamel and Hannah Marie Ockinga, both of Omaha; Bryan Lynn Heckman and Randi Jo Conard, both of Juniata; and Kolby Elton Shiers and Shelby Joy Headley, both of Hastings.
After the pandemic forced Vacation Bible School to become a virtual event in 2020, students at First St. Paul’s Lutheran Church were more than ready to come back this week after a year off.
Gretchen Hollman Lainson, who grew up in Minden, moved to Hastings to attend college, then led a life of leadership and service to her adopted community, is being remembered by friends and admirers for her generosity and grace.
The Hastings Board of Education will decide whether to provide additional coaching for reading teachers during its regular meeting on Monday.
A parked vehicle owned by Brett J. Schroder of 1119 N. Baltimore Ave. reportedly was struck June 1 by a hit-and-run driver at Baltimore Avenue near 12th Street.
Human trafficking is such a big issue it is hard for many people to understand just how pervasive it really is.
JUNIATA — Michelle’s Scrumptious Bakery has seen a huge increase in traffic during the last two months as the business has become one of three Tribland stops for statewide tourism with the 2021 Nebraska Passport program.
GENEVA — The world-renowned artist Leonardo da Vinci said, “The artist sees what others only catch a glimpse of.”
KEENE — Keene, Nebraska, is one of the world’s out-of-the-way places. A grain elevator, the lovely old Keene Evangelical Free Church, and a handful of homes are about the extent of the unincorporated village in western Kearney County.
DESHLER — A childhood passion for model trains fueled David Zucker’s desire to create a hobby store dedicated to the tiny, but intricate, machines.