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Falls City Woman Charged With Using Explosive For Felony
FALLS CITY – The Richardson County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Falls City woman wanted in connection with a Sept. 18 explosion at the Spirit Shoppe on Harlan Street.Deputies arrested 39-year-old April Feighner in Rulo. She is suspected of placing an explosive near an ice machine that
Police: Man shot and killed in north Lincoln
A 42-year-old man was shot in the chest and died Thursday night in north Lincoln, police say.Police and rescue workers found Stacy Talbot at 14th and Judson streets around 8:30 p.m. after someone reported seeing a man apparently jump from a moving vehicle, Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister told
Marysville wins mud bath; most of area still winning
There were opportunities that Marysville had to score more than the one time Atreyau Hornbeak got into the end zone Friday at Holton.On the line for both teams was landing the second out of four playoff tickets and a home game for Oct. 26 for cross-district play. All that is left for the Dogs to do
Nemaha County Sheriff 10.18.18 - The Sabetha Herald
James L. Parr, 39, of Centralia was arrested on Oct. 16 by the Kansas Highway Patrol on a Nemaha County warrant for failure to appear and an Onaga Municipal Court warrant for three counts of violating a protection order. Parr was released on Oct. 17 on a $1,500 own recognizance bond for Nemaha Count
Body was found floating in waters off South Kitsap
PORT ORCHARD, Wash. (AP) — Law enforcement officers recovered a male body found floating in the water off South Kitsap, Washington.The Kitsap Sunreportsthe man appeared to be in his early 40s.Two kayakers spotted the body in the water near the bank of Colvos Passage on Wednesday and called 911. Depu
Judge dismisses part of Gage County's insurance claim in Beatrice 6 case
Gage County's excess insurance policies do not cover a $28.1 million verdict against the county in the so-called Beatrice 6 case, a Lancaster County District Court judge said last week.Attorneys for Gage County sought payment from several insurance companies who carried law enforcement liability ins
Fairbury Student Does Not Have Influenza, Instead HIB
“Can’t be stressed enough. Last year in particular was a horrible flu season. Influenza A hit right before Christmas big time and carried over to the spring and at some point transitioned to Influenza B. It can kill people, and make them very ill and could require hospitalization, and it’s very pr
Kids playing in the Kansas woods stumble across remains of long-missing Army veteran
Children playing in the woods in Ogden, Kansas, where the 30-year-old Meiss disappeared in May,found human remains over the weekend, according to WIBW in Topeka.
New owner of DeWitt plant has familiar plans
Gene Tyser started working at the former Vise-Grip plant in DeWitt in 1975 as a tool and die maker.Over the years he worked all the way up to be general manager of the plant in 2002, the same year Newell Rubbermaid bought out American Tool, the company that had bought Irwin Industrial Tools, formerl
Couple arrested, infant placed in emergency custody after deputies find heroin, meth in stop outside Lincoln
The deputy saw thousands of empty bundles used to package heroin dosages inside the car of Kyle Valastine and Kaylin Wilson, who had their 9-month-old baby with them, he said.
Two hospitalized after 2-vehicle crash overnight
LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) -Two people were taken to the hospital overnight with non-life threatening injures, after an accident near 44th and Adams in Lincoln.
Treasury official arrested, charged with leaking data from Russia probe
Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards, a senior adviser at the Treasury Department’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), allegedly “betrayed her position of trust” by leaking confidential banking reports on the Russian Embassy and suspects charged in special counsel Robert Muller’s Russian coll
The puppy and the pony
2018 was the fifth year the Pony Express Gravel Dash was held in Marysville. Happily, this year I finished our community’s 120-mile bicycle race for a second time in three attempts. For multiple reasons, my local gravel ride has proven the most difficult to complete. One year there was an antique ca
One-car accident in Seward County causes minor injuries
First responders from Beaver Crossing and Goehner were called to the scene when a four-door sedan going eastbound on I-80 from Kearney to Lincoln was attempting to pass a semi, lost control, went into the median and hit a concrete guardrail on an overpass.
Local judge named state bar fellow
Hon. Rick A. Schreiner, District Court, 1st Judicial District, of Beatrice, is one of 30 Fellows recently named at the Nebraska State Bar Foundation’s Legacy of Liberty Breakfast.Annually, the Nebraska State Bar Foundation Board of Directors nominates and selects notable lawyers to become Fellows.Th
Farmers Hoping For Better Weather
Beatrice–Farmers across the state are hoping to get back in the fields soon after being delayed due to mother nature.Director of the Nebraska Soybean Board Victor Bohuslavsky says the snow that fell this past weekend was not what farmers wanted to see….“big issue out there” :38Bohuslavsky told K-W
13 new squirrel statues prepare for debut
“Once again, I think people will be blown away by the work of these amazing artists,” said Michelle Whitesell, Marysville tourism director.
From the Big Blue to the Green
The Twin Falls, Idaho, company had purchased the dam’s smaller Allis Chalmers generator from the city of Marysville a decade ago. They returned recently for its turbine, which drives the generator as water flows over it.
Ag briefs: Hurricane Michael ruins Florida cotton crop
The researchers say they haven't yet calculated the value of Florida's crop losses from the Category 4 hurricane, which crashed ashore last Wednesday. They say the hurricane potentially impacted 3.6 million acres (1.4 million hectares) of upland forest and 1 million acres (more than 400,000 hectares
Nemaha County Sheriff 10.15.2018 - The Sabetha Herald
Jacob Feldkamp, 30, of Onaga was booked into the Nemaha County Jail on Oct. 11 on a Nemaha County warrant for failure to appear. Feldkamp remains in custody. Bond is set at $25,000 cash or surety.