Parsons Credits President Trump For New Activity In Veterans Office

NEBRASKA CITY - Otoe County commissioners agreed Tuesday to ask Susan Baumann to expand her role to become the county’s full-time veterans service officer. Baumann, a former graduate of Nebraska ... Read More

New Bank of the Valley Building Under Construction

COLUMBUS - A new Bank of the Valley building is currently in the construction phase in north Columbus. The north side of Columbus is continuing to expand, as crews work to build a brand new banking facility, across from the high school. Bank of... Read More

Norfolk Signs Sister City Agreement With Malawian City

NORFOLK - April 25th in Norfolk, Nebraska…cold and rainy…just an average spring day. But for some, the date represents perhaps the beginning of new development for an entire nation. The City of Norfolk hosted Malawian ambassador to the U.S. Ed... Read More

CPD Searching for '98 Chevy Reported Stolen

COLUMBUS - Columbus Police are on the lookout for a 1998 Chevy Pickup that was reported stolen outside a local business. Columbus Police Captain Todd Thalken says officers are on the lookout for a 1998 red and tan chevy pickup, that was stolen som... Read More

MAAD Bringing Multi-State Softball Tournament to Columbus

COLUMBUS - A multi-state athletic association that is focused on supporting deaf athletes, has chosen Columbus to host it's 59th, 36th, and 19th annual softball tournaments this summer. Columbus Area Sports Council Director Doug Kluth says, the Mi... Read More

Walker Protest is One Union Shy

Omaha,NE.—When several unions protested Mayor Jean Stothert's rally with Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker on Monday something was missing. The Omaha Police Union. The union has decided to stay out of the Stothert-Heath Mello race, refusing to ... Read More

ADM, Fantastic 4-H'ers Donate 25 trees for Arbor Day Planting

COLUMBUS - The city will be plainting 25 new trees around Sunset Park and Trail thanks to donations from two local organizations. A city press release states, that Columbus will be celebrating its 30th year of being a designated a Tree City USA, b... Read More

Two southwest Iowa teens injured in ATV crash

Two southwest Iowa teenagers were seriously injured Saturday night when their all-terrain vehicle overturned in Page County. Around 7:55 p.m., Page County Sheriff’s Office deputies reported to a location about one mile south and west o... Read More

1C Church Hit Again with Graffiti

COLUMBUS - A local church seems to be the focus for a group of graffiti artists who have continued vandalizing the building over and over again. The graffiti started back in early to mid January,  when 1C Church, as well as several other local bu... Read More

Greenhouse Highlights Auburn's Emerging Ag Education

AUBURN - Auburn Public Schools held a ribbon cutting Monday for a new greenhouse that highlights the district’s emerging agricultural education program. Ashton Bohling, who is leading the school’s third year of FFA, said the greenhouse provide... Read More

Mom and dad talk to reporters after she gives birth to baby Drea at Henry Doorly Zoo

Kymica Hubbard was on the train at the Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium on Sunday afternoon when she went into labor. She told her mother she didn't think she could make it to the car before giving birth. She was right. She gave ... Read More