Thursday Mar 6
City of Lincoln
Open House Set for 66th and Fremont Safety Improvements
The public is invited to an open house Thursday, March 13 on safety improvements planned for the intersection of 66th and Fremont streets.
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Mon Mar 03, 2014
Man Sentenced For Third Drunk Driving Incident
A Fremont man faces 12-24 months behind bars. Monday, prosecutors said Riley Morton has been sentenced for his 3rd Driving While Intoxicated offense.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Specially trained dogs help veterans
"If it wasn't for him, I'd be dead right now," said Buzay , a U.S. Army veteran, who served in Somalia , where three of his buddies were killed.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
The Papillion Times
The Public Pulse, Feb. 21
At a time when few blacks could crack professional ranks, in a field that today remains disproportionately white, Clarence W. "Cap" Wigington built a successful architectural career.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
The Papillion Times
The Public Pulse, Feb. 19
In commenting on the immigration vote in Fremont, Neb., Tim Forsythe states that "this country was founded on the principles of tolerance and opportunity."
Mon Feb 17, 2014
4 grandparents win $2,000 for Neb. college funds
Nearly 500 grandparents submitted letters to the contest discussing their hopes and dreams and encouraging their grandchildren to plan for college.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
A Victory! Fremont NE Patiots Crush Cheap Labor Lobby Counter Attack
Fremont voters overwhelmingly have rejected an effort to repeal part of a controversial city ordinance that bans illegal immigrants from renting housing.
Federal Authorities Arrest Six at Fremont Meat Plant
Federal authorities say six people arrested at a meatpacking plant outside Fremont this week are likely to face criminal charges related to identity theft, not immigration violations.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Federal Judge Tosses Lawsuit Challenging Nebraska’s Ban on...
Just yesterday TRN reported on the landslide victory in a Fremont, NE vote to bar illegal aliens from being able to rent housing.
Seth McGinn's Introduces the Plank Foldable Cutting Boards
Folding to a quarter of their useable size, the new Plank Folding Cutting Boards from Seth McGinn's are as easy to pack away as they are functional, lightweight and unbreakable.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
WPTV Local News
"Legal" Renters Only
The unofficial final election results from Fremont, Nebraska show voters rejecting any changes in a controversial city ordinance that blocks illegal immigrants from renting property in the city.
Neb. city reaffirms taking on illegal immigration
State Sen. Charlie Jansssen of Fremont, third left, Jeremy Jensen, center, and John Wiegert, second right, celebrate in Fremont, Neb., Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014, after city voters have decided by voting no, to uphold the law designed to bar immigrants from renting homes if they don't have legal permission to be in the U.S.
Nebraska city voting on 2010 immigration law
Rudy Humlicek, left, leaves a polling station in Fremont, Neb., after casting his ballot, Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Neb. city keeps rules aimed at illegal immigration
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Nebraska city voting on 2010 immigration...
Rudy Humlicek exits the polling booth in Fremont, Neb., Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014. Fremont voters are voting on whether to scrap the city's housing restrictions that were supposed to make it hard for people living in the country illegally to live there.
Fremont takes up immigration ordinance again
Voters in Fremont will have a chance Tuesday to repeal the housing restrictions, which critics say are less effective and more costly than anyone expected and damaging to the city's image.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
Nebraska city to reconsider 2010 immigration law
In this Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014 photo, a billboard urging voters to vote "Yes" stands in Fremont, Neb.
The Papillion Times
Midlands Voices: Don't ignore will of Fremont voters
The writer has served as a spokesman for the Our Vote Should Count campaign, which opposes repeal of the housing provisions in Fremont's immigration ordinance.