Drones to be used for transmission line inspection in Antelope, Pierce Counties
Drones to be used for transmission line inspection in Antelope, Pierce Counties

Residents in northeast Nebraska will notice drones inspecting a Nebraska Public Power District transmission line from July 16 onwards, assessing structures for maintenance needs in a four-week operation conducted by Valmont Utility.

 
        
 
Shelley Duvall, star of 'The Shining,' dead at 75

Shelley Duvall, star of 'The Shining,' dead at 75

By Lisa Respers France, CNN (CNN) — Shelley Duvall, best known for her roles in “The Shining” and several acclaimed Robert Altman films, has died, according to reports, citing a family spokesperson and her longtime partner. She was 75. D

Nebraska Chamber of Commerce President promoting statewide workforce needs

Nebraska Chamber of Commerce President promoting statewide workforce needs

Nebraska Chamber of Commerce President Bryan Slone is spending his summer touring the state to visit and collaborate with local chambers of commerce.

Mimosa Fest returns to downtown Norfolk

Mimosa Fest returns to downtown Norfolk

Live music, mimosas, and food trucks are returning to northeast Nebraska for the fourth Mimosa Fest.

1890 Nebraska & Nebraska Athletics announce 'Big Red Preview' open football practice

1890 Nebraska & Nebraska Athletics announce 'Big Red Preview' open football practice

1890 Nebraska—the official name, image, and likeness (NIL) collective of Nebraska Athletics—and Husker Football announce Big Red Preview, an evening practice open to the public on Aug. 3.

Tractor Supply honors Neligh veteran farmer with grant for small business

Tractor Supply honors Neligh veteran farmer with grant for small business

Tractor Supply supports veteran farmers with a Neligh farming recently being awarded $1,000.

K-12 funding shift from property taxes would be multiyear effort, Nebraska lawmakers say

K-12 funding shift from property taxes would be multiyear effort, Nebraska lawmakers say

Many of the 17 lawmakers who have been meeting with Gov. Jim Pillen discuss their hopes and ambitions for an expected special session this summer

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Commission backs Nebraska governor's return-to-office order

Federal judge refuses to block Biden administration rule on gun sales in Kansas, 19 other states

Arizona abortion initiative backers sue to remove 'unborn human being' from voter pamphlet language

A 5-year-old child in foster care dies after being left in hot SUV in Nebraska

Husker pitcher Tucker Timmerman thriving in summer league baseball, on the last frontier

Francis named Chadron State men’s basketball coach

UNK men's basketball names Rob Fuller and Mitch Runco as assistant coaches

Barnard announces commitment to Creighton, after one year with Shockers

Biden heading on a delayed mission to reassure lawmakers over his political future after meeting with Jeffries

'Pod Save America' hosts hit back at Biden team: 'What are you spending time on us for?'

Jury begins deliberations in Sen. Bob Menendez's federal corruption trial

Judge dismisses Giuliani's bankruptcy case, allowing creditors to try to seize his assets

Norfolk introduces new whitewater rafting activity for residents

Mimosa Fest returns to downtown Norfolk

Rodeo draws local, national audience for competition

Nebraska Football Hall of Fame announces 2024 inductees