Kroon Receives Award for Accomplishments as New Principal

FAIRBURY - Fairbury High School's own Nicholas Kroon was the recipient of 2016-2017 Region I Outstanding New Principal award. Kroon has been working to improve the climate in the district. At the... Read More

Broadside Collision at U.S. 77 and Sargent Road, in North Beatrice

BEATRICE – One person was hospitalized when a pickup pulled into the path of a northbound truck and was hit broadside, late Monday afternoon. The collision between a truck owned by Mead Lumber company and a Ford Ranger pickup happened at 6th and... Read More

Gas Line Break, Shuts Down East Court Street in Beatrice

BEATRICE – Part of East Court Street was shut down in Beatrice today, because of a natural gas line break.   Beatrice Police Chief Bruce Lang says police, firefighters and a Black Hills Energy crew were sent to the area of 16th and Court, at abou... Read More

Gage County Law Officers Investigate Gunshot Death

BEATRICE – Gage County Sheriff’s are investigating the gunshot death of a 52-year-old man, near Adams. Authorities were sent to a home along Nebraska Highway 43, at about 9:25 p.m., Sunday.  Sheriff’s officers received a witness report of ... Read More

Traffic Resumes in Marysville Monday Evening After Most of the Ice Melted

MARYSVILLE, KS - Some area schools are even cancelled on Tuesday throughout Northeast Kansas and Southeast Nebraska due to Winter Storm Jupiter's impact.  For Marysville Kansas, the ice was beginning to melt heavily on Monday evening. Roads were wet... Read More

No Accidents, Only One Power Outage in Marshall County Thanks to Constant Effort

MARYSVILLE -  The rain continues to fall in Marysville, Kansas, but thanks to many working together, there has been minimal damage to this point. Winter Storm Jupiter has only caused one power outage in Marshall County, and as of 11 a.m., the she... 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

Marshall County is Prepping for the Worst, Shelters are on Standby

MARYSVILLE, KS - NCN's Elise Waller spoke with Marshall County Emergency Management Director Bill Schwindamann says "we aren't out of the woods yet," and is advising that residents stay off the roads. As of 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, no power outages were... Read More