FREMONT - For over thirty years, Fremont area residents have had the opportunity to enjoy a delicious thanksgiving dinner surrounded by their friends, family, and neighbors - all absolutely free of charge. Entering it's 33rd official year, the Fre'... Read More

BLAIR - Every Nebraskan uses a nonprofit every day, according to the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands (NAM), and almost all nonprofits rely on donations to keep their missions moving forward. The Blair community is dedicating a day, dubbed W'... Read More

COLUMBUS — The American Red Cross is facing a severe blood shortage and urgently needs blood donors to give now to avoid delays in lifesaving medical care for patients. Volunteer blood drive hosts are also critically needed to prevent the shortage'... Read More

FREMONT - Topics ranging from softball fields to Beavers and rights-of-way were discussed during Bob Flittie’s Monday visit with Brian Newton.  The City Administrator explained the reason for having a right-of-way dedicated for Cloverly Road an'... Read More

BALTIMORE — At the Vatican’s insistence, U.S. Catholic bishops abruptly postponed plans Monday to vote on proposed new steps to address the clergy sex abuse crisis roiling the church. Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, p'... Read More

GRAND ISLAND - A man has been caught by police after escaping from custody in York. This afternoon, a suspect was captured shortly after allegedly fleeing from police custody in York County and driving to Grand Island. The suspect parked a car '... Read More

FREMONT - Motorists were diverted from West Military Avenue last Friday morning while fire crews responded to an incident in the area. Around 11AM, the Fremont Fire Department responded to the scene of a small house fire at 435 W Military Avenue. '... Read More

SIDNEY – Deputies in Fremont County, Iowa, found 300 pounds of marijuana valued at $2.8 million after an Interstate 29 traffic stop near Hamburg Friday. A sheriff’s deputy stopped a 2017 Chevy Coachman RV and a county K9 alerted to the presenc'... Read More

FREMONT – Midland University recently announced a new strategic partnership with Fremont Public Schools to enable local students to attend and graduate from college through a “grow your own, keep your own” initiative. The strategic partner'... Read More

FREMONT, Neb. – Midland University announced Wednesday that Dr. Lawrence Chatters has been appointed as the new Vice President for Student Affairs, effective January 7, 2019. Dr. Chatters’ acceptance follows a national search and intensive vet'... Read More

LINCOLN - The State Volleyball tournament is in full swing and all three of our local teams took home victories in round one. Semifinal action starts today at the Pinnacle Bank Arena. Archbishop Bergan took 3 sets to 0 against North Platte St. Pat'... Read More

COLUMBUS - As the temperature dropped last night, black ice on bridges is to blame for multiple accidents just south of Columbus. At 11:00 p.m. Platte County deputies and a Columbus city officer responded to multiple non-injury accidents on the Pl'... Read More

FALLS CITY - Charles Laux fell five votes short of  his bid for one of three seats on the Dawson Village Board in Tuesday's general election. Laux got 20 votes, compared to 25 for Lyndsay Maahs, 31 for Michele Wendtlandt and 42 for Dennis McClarn'... Read More

FREMONT - The Fremont Area Habitat for Humanity hopes to finish construction on their newest home project before we ring in the new year, but hope alone cannot build a home and volunteers are sorely needed for November and December build days. Hab'... Read More