Crete Area Medical Center welcomed Stephanie Boldt as the President/Chief Executive Officer effective as of June 29.
Despite a June ruling from the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit that immediately canceled registration for three dicamba products, Nebraskans can continue to use dicamba products through July.
The world's largest totally irrigated working farm show, including its $7.5 million facility upgrade, won't open its doors in 2020. Husker Harvest Days announced on June 29 that, for the first time in more than 65 years, the show won't go on this year because of COVID-19.
As the 1967-68 head coach of the Wilber-Clatonia girls' basketball team sat down on the red velvet couch, put his cup of coffee down and took a bite of his piece of three-layer chocolate cake, he started to complain about how hard he is working.
The phone at the Cordova Locker rang so much over three weeks in April that Al Kimminau started joking that his wife, Jeniece, wore a path in the cement floor with her nervous pacing.
- Seward gets an all-star, welcomes softball teams
- Stops, spikes and goodbyes in today's Daily Update
- News for an eventful Seward weekend
- Boldt named CAMC’s new CEO
- Into the second half of 2020
- Run, Cochnar, Run
- Plymouth to hold "Open Gardens" day drive event
- Auxilladora T. “Dora” Bianco
- Dicamba sales, use continue in Nebraska
- Seward seniors split Thursday games