At our July 15th Committee of the Whole, the city administrator gave an update regarding our discussions with FEMA and what we could expect regarding their financial participation as we look to move forward with Quail Run repairs. I then presented to the City Council my vision for moving forward:
A federal judge will allow a class-action lawsuit accusing Nelnet of canceling income-based repayment programs before the deadline to renew them to move forward.
Whenever I write about or hear about a small-town grocery closing, it's usually blamed on Dollar General, which has shifted its focus over the past several years to aggressively expanding in small towns that are too small for Walmart.
Biologist Mike Gutzmer is a hands-on kind of guy who enjoys nothing more than getting outside and interacting with nature.
Lincoln has long missed out on the regional data center boom that has brought major tech companies such as Facebook, Google, Apple and Microsoft to Omaha and Des Moines, Iowa.
Registration for Columbus Public Library’s, “A Universe of Stories” summer reading program is still taking place, so families have time to sign up for the out-of-this-world festivities. Participants will enjoy animated Monday movies; learn from insightful Tuesday presentations conducted by W…
Two banking trade groups are suing the Nebraska Department of Banking and Finance and a Lincoln credit union over the credit union's plans to expand its reach.
UNADILLA — For most of his adult life, MK Meats owner Tom Hruby has spent his working days with goosebumps on his arms and little room to stretch out.
Amber Spiegel, Personal Banker at Columbus Bank and Trust Company in Columbus recently completed the 2018/2019 Advanced School of Banking. The second year session of this course was held June 3-7, 2019, in Manhattan, Kansas. The Advanced School of Banking is sponsored by the Kansas and Nebra…
Nebraska is likely to be one of the first states outside of California to hold trials over whether the weed killer Roundup is responsible for causing cancer.
19-year staffing expert, Julie Luther, takes a new position as Regional Manager for the staffing agency headquartered out of Omaha, NE. A leader in the staffing industry, Advance Services has provided clients with the most qualified employees available since 1994.
PAPILLION — As of Thursday, it's possible that post you liked or that photo you uploaded to your Facebook page was routed through Nebraska.
When Hollie Olk first met Yara Ramos Hernandez, Yara was just about to start her own graphic design business with help from Central Community College-Columbus’ Entrepreneurship Center.
Move over gentlemen, Gaver Tire Pros & Auto Center Co-Owners Jason and Kelly Gaver, along with Thrivent Financial consultant Melanie Knoepfle, are aiming to get area women under the hoods of cars.
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.