The City Council of David City opted to move forward with a pay scale increase for park employees at its regular meeting on Oct. 13.
Nelson discusses Friday's Bacon Bowl win at Clarkson/Leigh, halftime adjustments and their goals for the playoffs.
John Klosterman, 85, has been a pillar of the David City community for many years.
Overall, tax requests and property valuations have gone up in Butler County.
Dozens of David City Public School students got the chance to watch members of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Nebraska conduct a cornerstone laying ceremony at the school on Oct. 13.
It may take $17,000 and at least three months to replace a seized valve at the David City Wastewater Treatment Plant head works building.
The Lakeview defense never allowed Schuyler any hope of success in Friday's final home game of the season. Not only did the Vikings hand the Warriors their sixth shut out of the season but the visitors created 10 points on defense behind two safeties and an interception return for a touchdown.
When Schuyler Central High Schools girls cross country coach Cortland Cassidy said, “Marisol has been so good at racing over the past three years,” he certainly said a mouthful.
David City volleyball put together a 3-0 week with a win over Heartland and a sweep at the Aquinas Catholic triangular. The Monarchs concluded their regular season last week with six matches.
Opponents have had little luck putting the clamps on the Howells-Dodge offense this season. The Jaguars, ranked No. 3 in Class D-1, entered Friday's Bacon Bowl against Clarkson/Leigh averaging 49.1 points per game.
Aquinas Catholic, the No. 4 ranked team in Class C-2, posted its fourth shutout of the season Friday in a 41-0 win over BRLD.
A trip to the state meet was on the line for Aquinas Catholic, David City and East Butler last week at various district meets across Nebraska.
Howells-Dodge earned runner-up Saturday to cap the East Husker Conference tournament at West Point-Beemer.
To say that the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team is one of the better 3-4 college football teams in the country thus far in 2021 is a gross understatement.
Those looking for something to do this weekend can take part in two events happening in Schuyler.
During its regular meeting Oct. 5, the Schuyler City Council debated school crosswalks in town.
Nestled in a corner along Colfax Street in Schuyler is an expanding community garden that has donated more than 2,000 pounds of fresh produce so far this year.
Lee Enterprises is pleased to announce that Carrie Colburn will become publisher for the Columbus Telegram, Schuyler Sun and David City Banner-Press.
Nebraskans continue to tell me their top priority is relief from local government property taxes. Since taking office, addressing this issue has been my number one priority. This budget cycle—thanks to the support of farmers, ranchers, homeowners, and small businesses—we will deliver histori…
Be extra cautious when you “fall back” on Nov. 7, 2021.
Four Corners Health Department Executive Director Laura McDougall said she has been getting many questions about why COVID-19 is still a problem in the community and why there isn't herd immunity yet.