The Beatrice boy's golf team are within striking distance of capturing their first State Championship in school history, heading into the final round of the Class-B State Tournament in Grand Island.
The Southeast Community College men's golf team is in a tie for 4th place after the first round of the NJCAA Division Two National Tournament in Scottsboro, Alabama.
Latest crop conditions report from USDA.
A new report says Kansas farmers have planted about 70 percent of this year's corn crop.
A traffic stop in the park at Reynolds on Friday afternoon resulted in the arrest of two Fairbury residents on drug charges.
Nebraska Farmers Union President John Hansen sees pros and cons in farm bills.
The 3rd seed Nebraska baseball team will face 6th seed Michigan in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament on Wednesday.
Beatrice standout, Alicia Armstrong, leads the Nebraska softball team past Stanford in the Regional Championship in Lincoln.
Omaha Skutt won the Class-B girls State Tennis Tournament in Lincoln.
Simon Wiedel of Thayer Central, Lindsey Maloley of Fillmore Central and Derek Zimmerman of Freeman all captured a pair of gold medals at the 2013 State Track and Field Championships.
The Thayer Central boys claimed the Class-C State Championship at the 2013 State Track and Field meet.
Economic conditions delayed advancing new headquarters for Beatrice Fire Department.
Over 160 seniors to receive their diplomas.
Linda Hager says Humane Society of the United States unfairly labels all kennels, as "puppy mills".
Nebraska's United States Senators see a disturbing pattern emerging from the Obama Administration.
If you want to hear some great music and help out a great cause plan on going to Riskys’ in Beatrice tomorrow evening.
The 5th seed Beatrice number-two doubles team of Jordan Pethoud and Alex Goosen advanced to the semi-finals with a pair of wins in the Class-B State Tennis Tournament in Lincoln on Thursday.
Top-seed Norris avenged last year's loss to Lincoln Pius by dethroning the defending state champions, 3-2, on Thursday in the Class-B State Title Game in Lincoln.
Law officers seeking public help in locating a suspect.
Dale Johnson Jr. was one of several people arrested in drug investigation roundup.
Senator Mike Johanns has grave reservations about the Farm Bill approved by the Senate Agriculture Committee.
The Federal Reserve says farm income growth slowed across the Plains and western states in the first quarter.
Beatrice case involved theft from manufacturer, tire business.
Portion of Southwest 89th will be relocated slightly to the west.
Public will vote on a $5.6 million road bond issue.
Senator Deb Fischer took to the Senate floor yesterday to criticize the IRS and the Justice Department.
The Nebraska LEAD program is out once again recruiting, for its 33rd class
A 50-year-old Concordia woman was injured in a two car crash yesterday afternoon on U.S. Highway 81 and 18th street in Belleville.
Employee of Tecumseh State Correctional Institution is arrested.
Top seed Norris advanced to the Class B State Baseball Semi-finals by eliminating Omaha Roncalli on Tuesday in Lincoln.
The Nebraska baseball team outscored Creighton, 12-9, on Tuesday night at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha.
The Nebraska School Activities Association has released the seedings and brackets for the Class-B State Tennis Tournament in Lincoln.
Omaha Skutt defeated Elkhorn South in a shootout to win the Class-B Girls State Soccer Championship on Tuesday.
Accident happens at crossing west of the community.
Supporters unable to cut off debate, to force a vote.
Beatrice radio station wins five awards in the small market radio division.
Two Jefferson County women are in the Jefferson County Jail today after being arrested on drug charges this morning.
Contract awarded to Lincoln company.
Debate on the death penalty has begun at the Capitol, with legislators spending about 4 hours on the subject yesterday.
It was a busy meeting for the Fairbury School Board last night with a very full agenda.
Nebraska farmers are working hard to plant their corn crop, but this spring's wet weather has slowed their work.
A new government report says just under half the Kansas winter wheat crop shows no damage from the hard freezes that hit the state in April.
Top-seed Norris drops to the elimination bracket of the Class-B State Baseball Tournament in Lincoln with a 1-0 loss to 4th seed Omaha Skutt in eight innings.
3rd seed South Sioux City stunned top-seed Omaha Skutt to win the Class-B boys State Soccer Championship.
The Beatrice boy's golf team claimed the District Championship and Orangemen senior Chad Manes wins his second individual district title.
District expects about 15 new professional staff members, for the coming year.
Bonds set for 58-year-old Michael Pendell and 51-year-old Michael Pangborn.
Over 50 building permits issued during April.
The weather looks good for getting into the fields even though most farmers are probably thinking it’s getting to be very late to put corn in the ground.
Construction work expected to be wrapped up in June.
An effort to repeal Nebraska's motorcycle-helmet law will get another ride in the Legislature.
Several members of Congress are writing to the U-S trade rep and the commerce secretary, asking for a review of a potential threat to ethanol.
Kyle Vanover won a thrilling three-car race to the finish line in the IMCA Stock Car feature on Friday night at the Beatrice Speedway.
The Southeast Community College baseball team lost a pair of heartbreakers in the Region Nine Championship at Christenson Field.
The annual Beatrice High School Orange and Black banquet was held on Saturday night at the Hevalone Center.
Study to be conducted prior to final reading on budget....looking at aircraft options for official state business.
Republican Senator Mike Johanns says it may be June, before Senate can debate bill.
Police investigate domestic incident at High Street home.
Fairbury’s Dr. Ted Tucker is about to head out on his third trip to Vietnam, volunteering for the Good Samaritan Medical and Denial Ministry.
Efforts to restore and reopen Fairbury’s Bonham Theatre suffered a setback this week.
Car rolls over, along Nebraska Highway Four.
A 47-year-old Portsmouth, Iowa man was injured in a crash shortly before noon yesterday on Highway 4 about a mile and a half west of Plymouth.
The Beatrice boy's placed 3rd while the Lady Orange finished 4th at the District B-2 Track and Field Meet Thursday at Auburn.
The Fillmore Central girls and Thayer Central boys claim the team championships at the District C-3 Track and Field Meet Thursday.
Doane Softball All-Conference Honors
Doane Baseball All-Conference
A state senator who proposes changing the compromise reached on school funding makes no apologies for his effort.
Area near the West Court Street bridge planned for removal of junk and brush. Native plants to be added.
A proposal by Governor Heineman for the State to purchase and airplane continues to be controversial in the legislature.
Beatrice Police aided by local business where gold items were purchased.
The Beatrice girl's tennis team ended the regular season on a six-duel winning streak by defeating Ralston on Tuesday at Hannibal Park.
The Beatrice boy's golf team claimed the River Cities Conference Championship on Tuesday in Omaha.
The Class-D District Track and Field Meets were held on Wednesday.
Map of objectives to be used in setting city and board of public works budgets.
Cleanup plan approved by Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality.
Seven youth cited, adult ticketed for contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
A carefully crafted compromise on public school funding is threatened in the legislature.
The major action at last night’s Fairbury City Council meeting was roadwork.
Congressional hearings start today regarding an attack in Benghazi Libya last September.
A Fairbury man is in the Jefferson County Jail after two highly intoxicated encounters with police in one week.
Koch Fertilizer LLC offering scholarship support for students in electronics and energy fields.
Homestead Days event planned for same downtown location, as last year.
Areas already served by city services under consideration.
City of Beatrice police would establish framework for dealing with poor performance of contractors.
Beatrice firefighters summoned to heat treating area of plant, for second time in two weeks.
Taking U.S.Highway 136 a block further south, a suggestion of downtown redevelopment.
Landfill rate adjustments needed to fund improvements, replenish post-closure fund.
Senator Mike Johanns expects the Senate Agriculture Committee to return to the philosophy embodied in the Farm Bill it approved last year as it begins again on the legislation this year.
Thirteen school children were injured, two critically, following the collision of a semi-trailer truck and a school bus near Norfolk, yesterday morning.
Warm temperatures early in the week gave way to cold, wet conditions at mid-week which again limited fieldwork in Nebraska.
Cool temperatures and wet fields are stalling corn planting in Kansas and slowing development of the state's winter wheat crop.
The Beatrice girl's tennis team placed 4th at the River Cities Conference Tournament in Omaha on Monday.
The Orangemen golf team claimed the Beatrice Invitational by 29-shots over 2nd place Aurora at the Beatrice Country Club on Monday.
Doane swept the GPAC men's and women's track and field championships
Sheriff's officers from Gage, Saline Counties, and Nebraska Fire Marshal investigate Sunday crime spree.
A Nebraska mother says the legislature must take the threat of synthetic drugs seriously.
For the past several years scientists and environmentalists have been studying what is causing "colony collapse" or the huge decline in the bee population.
Alcohol involvement suspected by investigators.
Organization provides services to those with developmental disabilities.
Officials considering four regions that could be added within city boundaries.
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