Toro visits Cedar Elementary As Part Of Pep-Rally

BEATRICE – While Beatrice Elementary Schools are in session and children are learning, there is one member of the community that is learning and growing up with them. Beatrice Police K-9 unit, Toro ... Read More

Upperclassmen Participate in Blood Drive at Fairbury Junior - Senior High School

FAIRBURY - Senior and President of the National Honor Society Paul Mach told News Channel Nebraska, "I think, so far, we've had over 20 students." The Fairbury Junior - Senior High School National Honor Society hosted their annual blood drive, whe... Read More

City Administrator Speaks on Projects and New Pool

FAIRBURY - City Administrator Collin Bielser stopped by the Fairbury News Channel Nebraska studios to talk about the city's economic development through marketing and other projects focused on bringing young adults and families to the area....... Read More

Nebraska LEAD Program Seeking Applicants

FAIRBURY - The Nebraska LEAD Program is once again taking applications. The program seeks to develop leadership skills in men and women involved in the agriculture industry. Program Director Terry Hejny says there are a number of benefits for part... Read More

Fairbury School Board Discusses Student Assessments

FAIRBURY - The Fairbury School Board heard reports on some of the ways the district assesses student performance during its monthly meeting Monday night. Reading coach Brenda Beacher spoke to the board about the DIBELS program, which is used to id... Read More

Fairbury Police Arrest Two Following Assault

FAIRBURY - Fairbury Police arrested two people in connection with an alleged assault Friday night. Police said 20-year-old Trenton Slama of Fairbury was taken into custody Friday on charges of felony 1st Degree Assault and Terroristic Threats. ... Read More

Fairbury City Museum Celebrates Sesquicentennial with Robert Diffendal

FAIRBURY - The Fairbury community gathered together to celebrate Nebraska's 150th birthday by viewing an educational speech from Research Geologist and former Professor Robert Diffendal. Diffendal spoke about Native American Mound Builders at the... Read More

As Ice Develops on Roads, Salt Trucks Head Out in Marysville

MARYSVILLE, KS - NCN's Elise Waller gives an updated report in the Marshall County, Kansas area as ice begins to develop on roads, trees and power lines. Salt trucks were heading out around 8:30 p.m. to try and beat the worst of the storm....... Read More

Icy Weather Affects Beatrice Both In Town And On Highways

Our Doug Kennedy discusses how the City of Beatrice prepares for weather, and what highways to avoid....... Read More

Marysville's Beloved Black Squirrels Now Featured As Statues

MARYSVILLE, KS - "Marysville has always been known as Black Squirrel City. The folklore was that in the early 1900's a carnival came to town, and the carnival brought two Black Squirrels - one male and one female, and a small boy let them out and the... Read More

Getting Pies in the Face for a Good Cause

FAIRBURY -  Three banks, some pies, and a good cause is what gathered folks together at Union Bank and Trust on Friday afternoon. Fairbury's American National Bank, First National Bank and Union Bank and Trust participated in collecting food to f... Read More