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Legends of Clatonia restaurant moving to Beatrice

A Clatonia restaurant announced plans to relocate to Beatrice and will operate in the Indian Creek Mall. According to a post on the Legends of Clatonia’s Facebook page, owner Ron Tegtmeier is trying to sell the restaurant in Clatonia and relocate to Beatrice.


Fairbury Man Sentenced for Gage County Cell Tower Burglary

BEATRICE – A 6-to-8-year prison term is the sentence for a Fairbury man in a Gage County burglary. 32-year-old Johnathan Loury was sentenced Thursday in district court, and is awaiting sentencing on other cases in Jefferson and Saline Counties. Chief Gage County Deputy Attorney Amanda Spracklen Hoga


Gage County residents urge lawmakers to expand option for paying Beatrice 6 judgment

Gage County will pay roughly $3.8 million a year for the better part of a decade to six people wrongfully convicted of a 1985 murder in Beatrice. Seeking justice for the so-called Beatrice 6, who spent a combined 75 years in prison after a county-led investigation violated their civil rights, has cr


Exeter-Milligan tops Diller-Odell in subdistrict final

WILBER, NE – Diller-Odell (10-13) came ready to play Thursday. The Griffins matched Exeter-Milligan (20-4) practically step-for-step in the first quarter, trailing the Timberwolves only 11-9 after the first quarter.


UNL professor, who was cited by Lincoln Police, has previous convictions in Virginia

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - Lincoln Police cited a University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor for vandalizing Senator Deb Fischer's office and Congressman Jeff Fortenberry's political signs in October.


Legislative forum set for March 2 at Landoll Lanes

The annual Legislative Forum will begin at 9 a.m. March 2 at Landoll Lanes, Marysville. Sen. Elaine Bowers, who represents District 36, which includes the western third of Marshall County, and Rep. Bill Pannbacker, who represents District 106, including all of the county, plan to attend the forum.


Probation Term Given in Drunk Driving Crash, That Injured Family

BEATRICE – A DeWitt man who was drunk when he ran a west Beatrice stop sign, hitting a family’s van, has been sentenced to probation. Gage County District Judge Rick Schreiner Wednesday sentenced 30-year-old Jerrod Hamm to a four-year probation term.


Exmark looking for project ideas

Exmark Manufacturing is continuing an annual project this year that aims to beautify Gage County. The mower manufacturer is currently taking applications for its annual Big Rock project, which dates back to 2007.


People are sharing glasses selfies after Congresswoman sported her glasses for the 1st time

(WASHINGTON) — An act of necessity by a high-profile new female member of Congress has turned into an inspirational moment for women. Rep. Ayanna Pressley, who in 2018 became the first African-American woman to represent Massachusetts in Congress, posted on Twitter that she ran out of contact lenses


Barneston Has a New Fire Hall

BEATRICE – After breaking ground last June, the Barneston Rural Fire Protection District’s members have moved into a new fire hall. It replaces a cramped former fuel station the southeastern Gage County district had long been using.


Lancaster County Sets New Wind Energy Setback

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — County officials in southeastern Nebraska have approved a rule aimed at protecting residents who aren’t being paid to participate in a wind farm project.


NGage Elects Board Members at Annual Meeting

BEATRICE – Gage Area Growth Enterprise, known as NGage, has elected two new board members and reelected a long-time board member. During the economic development organization’s annual meeting Tuesday night, Tracy Garnett-Froscheiser of Garnett Investment Strategies and Erin Dorn, a Beatrice Communit


BNF divers compete at state meet

The Beatrice Co-op swimming and diving team had four divers compete at Thursday's NSAA State Diving Championships. Camryn Wisnieski finished in 31st place for the girls while Matthew Griffeth was the boys best finisher at 33rd. Hayden Stevens finished 35th and Callum Olmer finished 36th.


Upcoming event highlights silent film star's local roots

Silent film star Harold Lloyd has 213 acting credits, which is more than both Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. The Burchard native is most famously known for dangling from a clock several stories in the air in the film "Safety Last!"


Freeman beats Southern in subdistrict final

LINCOLN -- Freeman was able to cruise through the C2-1 Subdistrict in Beatrice and will now play in a district final game on Monday. After a lopsided win over Humboldt-Table Rock-Steinauer on Tuesday, the Falcons defeated Southern Thursday night 68-33 in the subdistrict final. Freeman will be the No


Hanover girls advance to regional semis

All 1A basketball teams face must-win situations to keep the season alive. Teams began the regional playoffs Monday with girls’ action.


Ebert could break scoring record

Frankfort senior Emilee Ebert, a 6-foot guard, needs 19 points to break the school’s career scoring record. Ebert has 1,585 points so far. The school record was set by Emili Studer at 1,603. Regional tournament action is this week. Frankfort had a first-round bye. The Wildcats will play Thursday aga


Beatrice Officials Approve New Street Plan

BEATRICE – Construction of $863,000 is planned in the first year of the new Beatrice City Street plan, approved Monday night by the city council. Street Superintendent Jason Moore says projects included in the first and second years of the six-year document are fairly set. Other projects move around


Champions' Chess Club earns trophy

The Marysville Champions Chess Club earned a trophy at the Topeka Collegiate Scholastic Tournament Feb. 2. The team of Ari Miller, Hanna Perring, Trey Padgett, Andy LaShure and Katie Schroller placed third in the tournament, which included students between grades three and 12. Forty players from 12


UNL, SCC cancel classes on Wednesday

LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - The University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Southeast Community College have both cancelled classes on Wednesday, February 20th. SCC posted on it's website, "Due to inclement weather, the Lincoln, Beatrice and Milford campuses are closed Feb. 20, 2019."