FREMONT — Weather permitting, there will be various lane closures along US-77 between Boulevard Street and 5th Street in Inglewood and Fremont beginning, Monday, July 1, according to the Nebraska Department of Transportation. These various lan'... Read More

FREMONT - According to the USDA, the first crop of industrial hemp in Nebraska was grown right here in Fremont in 1887. Now, 132 years later, hemp farming is trying to return to our agricultural landscape. Hemp farming got hit with prohibition in '... Read More

FREMONT - Seedling trees come up in the oddest places, and in some cases, totally unnoticed.  In the neighborhood I drive through, I observed a mulberry tree growing up through a shrub rose.  The mulberry thrived, gradually completely shading out '... Read More

FREMONT - An act of vandalism resulted in a costly bill for the owner of one piece of repair equipment that had been sitting on a Dodge county rural road. The Dodge County Sheriff's Office took a report of vandalism to an orange 2002 John Deere Mo'... Read More

FREMONT - Bob Flittie and Fremont City Administrator, Brian Newton, once again covered a wide range of topics during this week's city update. First, they discussed the spread and successes of solar power. Newton will be in Norfolk Thursday evening'... Read More

LINCOLN – Nebraska's Attorney General announced today that his office has secured $1,767,021.12 in debt relief for 176 former ITT Tech students in Nebraska as part of a settlement with 43 other state attorneys general. This settlement will resul'... Read More

LINCOLN - Today, State Senator Lynne Walz announced she will seek re-election to the Nebraska Legislature in 2020. Walz was first elected in 2016 to represent District 15, which includes all of Dodge County. In her first-term, Walz worked to raise'... Read More

FREMONT – The 4th of July is right around the corner, and multiple professional displays are planned for the area. Small firework sales will also begin this week at stands across the city, if you are one of many who enjoys a smaller display at home'... Read More

LINCOLN - As hard as it may be to believe, people are being illegally trafficked in Nebraska right now. People are being bought and sold - treated as property, trucked like livestock, forced against their will to work for those who think they own the'... Read More

FREMONT - Midland U Powerlifter, Alexandra Chavez, has the once in a lifetime opportunity to join Team USA at an International Powerlifting competition this August - if she can raise the funds to get there. A Texas native, Alexandra is fairly new '... Read More

FREMONT - Metro Community College will once again offer their "College 4 Kids" program in Fremont, beginning next week, to give young ones an opportunity to preview higher learning and stay engaged throughout the summer. The classes on offer from '... Read More

BENNINGTON - An intersection that has transitioned from a two-way stop to a four-way stop will transition once more - this time, with the stops replaced entirely by a roundabout feature. Weather permitting, construction will begin next Monday, Jun'... Read More

FREMONT - The local health department needs your input as they work to identify the needs and concerns of the tri-county area. Three Rivers Public Health Department, Saunders Medical Center, Methodist Fremont Health, and Memorial Community Hospita'... Read More

FREMONT - The Fremont Police are investigating a hit-and-run where an unknown driver struck an occupied vehicle, then fled the scene. Wednesday afternoon just before 2PM, police responded to a hit and run accident tn the 500 block of north Broad S'... Read More