Falls City Bar Altercation in Felony Charges for Two Central Nebraska Men

FALLS CITY - An altercation outside a Falls City bar has spawned several felony charges. According to Assistant Police Chief, Jamie Baker, officers were called to the Would Eye bar in downtown Fall... Read More

Cattle Groups Want Falls City Native Herbster as Ag #2, Bring Back Meat Labeling Law

A Falls City native, who is a candidate to be President Trump's Deputy Secretary of Agricultural, has been endorsed by a number of cattle groups, including a Nebraska organization that want him for his support of the re-instatement of a meat labe... Read More

Mayor Oliver Planning to Appoint Derrick Leyden to Falls City Council

FALLS CITY - Falls City Mayor Jerry Oliver has made a decision on who he wants to take the vacant seat on the city council. Derrick Leyden has been chosen by the mayor to take the place of Anthony Nussbaum, who resigned in late February to take a... Read More

Falls City Superintendent Weary of Student Discipline Bill in Legislature

FALLS CITY - The superintendent of Falls City Public Schools does not believe a student discipline bill, that will soon hit the floor of the legislature, is necessary. Legislative Bill 595, introduced by chair of the education committee Mike Groen... Read More

Falls City Man Gives Every Kindergartner Free Book in Memory of Late Wife

FALLS CITY - For 34 years, Diana Kottich advocated reading to her young students. "She was a life-long, career-long kindergartner teacher here at North School, and she loved the kindergarten kids," says her husband Steve Kottich. Diana would l... Read More

Falls City Education Foundation to Offer 30 Scholarships to Graduating Seniors in 2017

FALLS CITY - Falls City High Seniors that are looking to continue their education upon graduation, may just have some help. Superintendent Tim Heckenlively announced at the school board meeting this week that the Falls City Education Foundation wi... Read More

UPDATE: Nebraska City Teen Found Safe; NCPD says they Searched throughout the State and Country

FREMONT, NE - Shiloh Johnson, a 16-year-old Nebraska City girl reported missing on Dec. 22, was found safe Monday in Fremont, Neb. and is now back home in Nebraska City. The search effort involved police agencies all across the state and even the ... Read More

Peru State Set to Host Math Challenge on Friday

PERU - Southeast Nebraska math-letes will put their arithmetic skills to the test on Friday. Peru State College, along with the Peru St. Mathematics club, will host the 24th annual Southeast Nebraska Mathematics Challenge on Friday, March 17th. ... Read More

Indian Cave State Park to Host Outdoor Adventure in Late April

SHUBERT, NE - Indian Cave State Park will have a full day of outdoor events on April 29th. The park is hosting their sixth annual Outdoor Adventure in late April, which includes a mushroom hunt, fish fry, pancake breakfast, archery, kayaking, hors... Read More

Fillmore Central, HTRS and Pawnee City All Earn District Speech Titles

HUMBOLDT - There were four different districts featuring area speech contestants on Monday, and there are a lot of happy students heading to state next week. Here are the state qualifiers, their categories and their district placing: DISTRICT B... Read More

Falls City School Board Approves Easement for Road Project

FALLS CITY - The Falls City school board approved a motion on Monday that will allow the Nebraska Department of Roads to move forward with a road project. On a unanimous 4-0 vote, the board approved 'temporary easement" on a part of North School p... Read More