If you had driven past Shane Bristol's farm south of York earlier this month, you might have seen a construction yellow-colored tractor with a planter attached tooling around his soybean field.
Behavioral Health Specialists Inc. welcomes Jay Fleecs as the new executive director. Jay was previously director of Human Resources at Norfolk Iron & Metal for 22 years. Jay and his wife, Brenda have lived in Norfolk for 28 years and they have three children Andrew, Jaxson and Kaitlyn.
The Legislature's Executive Board is clearing a pathway for potential enactment of a new state business tax-incentives program before senators are scheduled to conclude their legislative session next week.
Legislation to enact a new business tax incentives package that would succeed the expiring Nebraska Advantage Act appears to be in some jeopardy.
Nebraska agricultural exports declined by $200 million in 2017, according to a Nebraska Farm Bureau report released Thursday.
When John McCollister pulled off Interstate 80 and up to a pump at the Fat Dogs gas station near North Platte he ended up driving away without filling his tank.
When Barbara Duffy decided to open up a clothing store in April 1999 in downtown Columbus, she really just wanted to offer a place for women like herself to find apparel.
The latest population figures from the U.S. Census Bureau show a continuing trend in Nebraska of urban growth and rural decline.
Nebraska lawmakers adjourned Tuesday in mid-debate over what to do about the fees and taxes imposed on cellphone services in the state.
In the wake of a new legislative performance audit that focused on the higher-than-expected cost of Nebraska's business attraction and development tax incentive program, Sen. Mark Kolterman of Seward argued Tuesday that the state dare not abandon that competitive playing field.
A collaborative effort on Sunday is taking place in Columbus between several area and state organizations that are designed to assist those recovering from the state’s March flooding.
If you have a small business in any of the 15 counties under the federal disaster declaration that has either been damaged by or lost business because of last month's flooding and winter storm, the U.S. Small Business Administration has a program to assist you.
Behlen Mfg. Co. is proud to announce Emily Vasina has accepted the position of Human Resources Generalist. In her new role, she will manage recruitment and interview processes, while working closely with Team Leaders and Manufacturing Managers to implement consistent hiring and onboarding pr…
Behlen Mfg. Co. is proud to announce Amber Coughtry has accepted the role of Ag Manufacturing Coordinator. She is responsible for creating routings, cost, and work orders for all new Ag parts, while managing Ag inventory and assisting with preparation for bank audits. Amber also schedules Ag…
An Omaha-based company has announced plans to build a new manufacturing facility in Seward, which is expected to create nearly 100 jobs.
A federal judge in Lincoln sentenced a 63-year-old Nebraska man to six months of incarceration Tuesday for assaulting a U.S. marshal in Omaha during his arrest on a warrant in 2017.