Stuhr Museum Steps Closer to Goal with $1 Million Donation
The Stuhr Museum Foundation has announced a recent million dollar donation made towards the "Gem of the Prairie" campaign, bringing the foundation close to its $7 million goal.
Tue May 14, 2013
The Hastings Tribune
City 'going all out' for new veterans home
The current 126-year-old facility is in Grand Island. The state will be accepting bids from several Nebraska communities interested in housing a new building, which would bring close to 400 jobs and thousands of dollars in revenue to the awarded city.
Mon May 13, 2013
IHT Rendezvous: Is Canada's Oil Too Dirty for Europe?
Opponents to the Keystone XL pipeline at a U.S. State Department public hearing in Grand Island, Nebraska, in April.
Sun May 12, 2013
Pottery Studio Offers an Artsy Alternative for Mother's Day
Cards, flowers, and brunch are all staples of Mother's Day, but one local tradition has some buying up works of pottery instead.
Wed May 08, 2013
The public is being invited to attend the Nebraska State Patrol's 2013 Nebraska Law Enforcement Memorial Day Ceremony in Grand Island.
The Hastings Tribune
County Board considers Veterans Home bid
The Adams County Board of Supervisors made no official decision Tuesday but appeared generally supportive of a bid to bring the Central Nebraska Veterans Home to Hastings.
Wed May 01, 2013
3rd PCC chancellor candidate to meet public, board
Pima Community College will be hosting its third public forum tonight, introducing its candidates for the next chancellor.
Moses The Comfort Dog Visits St. John's Lutheran Preschool
Almost two dozen young children met Moses at the St. John's Lutheran preschool Monday morning.
Hope Harbor is hosting its 5th Charity Fun Shoot on Saturday, June 8 at the Heartland Public Shooting Park west of Grand Island to raise money for the organization.
GI Police Investigate Skull Missing from Doctors Office
Talk about losing your head -- a human skull is missing from a Grand Island doctor's office, and police are investigating it as a burglary.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
6 felony charges in skid-loader ATM theft
Jack, his family and former Husker running back Rex Burkhead visited with President Barack Obama in the Oval Office on Monday.
Keystone oil pipeline is a bonanza for lobbyists
Lobbyists and protesters: Charles Drevna of the American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers, laughed with Rep.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Kearney Offers Bid To Get Veteran's Home
Grand Island is presumed to be the favorite to land the new Central Nebraska Veterans Home since that's where the current one is.
Man Facing Six Felonies After Leading Police on a Chase on a Skid Loader
The man accused of stealing a skid loader to steal an ATM and then damaging property across south Grand Island is facing six felony charges.
VA Volunteers Receive Recognition Wednesday in GI
Although National Volunteer Week was April 21 to 26, VA will hold a recognition event to honor their service Wednesday at noon at the Holiday Inn at 2503.
Two-Car Collision Leaves Three Injured, Knocks Out Traffic Lights
Grand Island police officer Butch Hurst said Charles Bauer of Wood River and Rick and Teresa Cone of Hickory, N.C. were injured.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Keystone Hearing - No PIPELINE statement
Ben Gotschall testifies at the sole U.S. State Dept. hearing on the Keystone XL pipeline in Grand Island, Nebraska on April 18, 2013.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Grand Island ATM thief leaves trail of debris
Omaha is among the final three to host the 2016 Swim Trials. San Antonio, and St.
Kearney, Grand Island make bids official for veterans home
Kearney is drawing up plans to bid for the project after the Legislature's Appropriations Committee voted to set aside $47 million for it last week.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Man Evading Police on Skid Loader Crashes into GIPS Classroom
According to Grand Island Police, around 5:15 a.m. Friday, a citizen called 911 reporting a man in a skid loader was smashing the front of the 5 Points Bank ATM at 1616 S Locust St.