FREMONT - There will be two options for those wanting to share their Thanksgiving meal with the greater Fremont community - two community Thanksgiving dinners will be held on Thanksgiving Day: Thursday, November 28th. Returning for the 34th year, '... Read More

FREMONT - When education and work experience intersect, success is the most likely outcome. Today, Fremont Public Schools announced that two of their students will receive a fully paid education through Metropolitan Community College, thanks to the p'... Read More

FREMONT - Four new police officers were recommended by the Mayor and approved by the Fremont City Council this week. Bob Flittie asked City Administrator, Brian Newton, about the challenge of hiring and retaining officers: Newton did say '... Read More

FREMONT - Nebraska football fans remember and hold dear to them a collection of moments that inspire others to succeed and show the best of what it means to be a Husker. One such defining moment in Nebraska history occurred during the Spring game in '... Read More

FREMONT - The Fremont Police Department is investigating a burglary from a business that appears to have occurred overnight between Tuesday and Wednesday. Police responded to the burglary complaint on Wednesday morning at approximately 9:45AM. The'... Read More

FREMONT -  Fremont High School is pleased to that announce award-winning author, Neal Shusterman, will be visiting the high school on December 12 at 1:00 pm. Shusterman will be speaking to a group of high school students and signing books. Shuste'... Read More

LINCOLN — Today, the Nebraska Department of Transportation (NDOT) announced their new roadside memorial policy, aimed at allowing an immediate family member to memorialize a death which occurred as the result of a vehicular crash on the State High'... Read More

FREMONT — Two GED classes will be offered at the Metropolitan Community College Fremont Area Center, 835 N. Broad St., this winter quarter beginning Dec. 2. The non-credit GED classes are free and offer instruction in basic skills and GED preparati'... Read More

UPDATED TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12: Ivan Anthony Cruz Lopez-Starlin and the other three individuals with him have been located safe and are reportedly back home. No further information is available at this time. PREVIOUSLY: FREMONT - A 14 year'... Read More

FREMONT - Fremont Public Schools' Summer Success Academies are making a difference in the education of our students in grades kindergarten to fourth grade. During the summer, it is expected that all students have an average learning loss of 3-5 p'... Read More

FREMONT - Fremont City Administrator, Brian Newton, provided an update on several items during his Monday visit with Bob Flittie. The preliminary work at City Hall (Municipal Building) in advance on adding an elevator is well-underway: &nbs'... Read More

FREMONT - Many people lost cherished possessions when floodwaters engulfed entire neighborhoods throughout our area last spring. As the survivors of that devastation continue to rebuild their lives, it's important to continue traditions - like decora'... Read More

FREMONT - As we honor our servicemen and women this Veterans day, the Wreaths Across America association wants to remind people that recognition and remembrance need not end after today. Each December, on National Wreaths Across America Day, WAA c'... Read More

LINCOLN -  A local program that partners with the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services is celebrating a major milestone. For 15 years, Second Chance Pups has been working with trainers from the Nebraska State Penitentiary (NSP), to prepare d'... Read More