Mar 2, 2014
The Papillion Times
Caboose on way out, destination to be determined
Back in October, before a bid for the splash pad had even been finalized, the Springfield City Council had decided that the caboose that currently resides in Buffalo Park would need to be auctioned off to make a space for the splash pad's arrival.
City of Lincoln
Human Rights Commission Seeks Nominees for Awards
The Lincoln Commission on Human Right is seeking nominations for two awards to be presented at the annual Civil Rights Conference April 1, 2014.
Man Accused of Vandalizing Hamilton County Headstones Pleads Guilty
Robert Kelly, Jr., 18, faces one charge of felony criminal mischief. Kelly pled not guilty when he made his first appearance in Hamilton County District Court back in October.
Farmers Told to Get Angry over EPA Ethanol Rule
In a joint statement, the Nebraska Corn Board, Nebraska Corn Growers Association, Nebraska Grain Sorghum Board, Nebraska Grain Sorghum Producers Association, Nebraska Soybean Association, Nebraska Wheat Board and Nebraska Wheat Growers Association expressed great disappointment and concern regarding the proposal.