Former Oakland police chief faces federal charge


The former Oakland police chief has been federally charged for misusing public funds. In 2022, the Nebraska State Auditor issued a report detailing that Terry Poland misused thousands of dollars in public funds to purchase items, including

Nelnet to cut 550 positions


Nelnet, the student loan service company based in Lincoln, is cutting an additional 550 positions in its diversified services division. In an online news release, Nelnet said it received a contract modification from the Department of Education Wednesday, which

Huskers Begin Big Ten Play vs. Illinois


Nebraska begins conference action this weekend with a three-game series vs. Illinois at Hawks Field. First pitch between the Huskers and Fighting Illini is set for 6:05 p.m. on Friday night. Prior to first pitch, former Nebraska

Huskers End Season in WNIT Super 16


Lawrence, Kan. – Isabelle Bourne led Nebraska with 17 points, while Jaz Shelley added 12 points and nine assists, but it was not enough to stop Kansas from working its way to a 64-55 women’s basketball win over the Huskers at Allen

Kuhr named principal at Howard Elementary School


Fremont Public Schools has announced the resignation of Mindy Chandler and the appointment of Brittney Kuhr as the principal at Howard Elementary School. Chandler is resigning after 25 years of service to Fremont Public Schools. She began

Diana Sue Christoffersen

Diana Sue Christoffersen, 77, of Fremont passed away Tuesday, March 21, 2023, surrounded by family in the comfort of her own home.   Diana was born Oct. 6, 1945, in Mare Island, California, to Dwight and Marletta