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New Farmers Market Underway For Main Street Beatrice

Sothan says many vendors have signed on for the entire season, but you can also pick and choose the weeks you want, for selling goods.


Scams circulate the area - The Sabetha Herald

The first is a familiar scam regarding DISH TV. Residents are being contacted by phone and being told that there are problems with their system. Residents are being asked to log in to their DISH accounts and provide information to the callers. Residents also were informed that a DISH representative


Two arrested for Gage County thefts

Two men were arrested Monday following an investigation into recent thefts.On Monday, the Gage County Sheriff’s Office and Beatrice Police Department executed three search warrants for stolen property.The search warrants were the result of an investigation which indicated that John Schriner, Jacob B


Want to change political party affiliation? You have till June 1

During the primary election, voters will narrow the field of candidates for the Nov. 6 general election, when state officials and some local officials will be elected.


Disputed Keystone Pipeline project focus of court hearing

The 1,179-mile (1,800-kilometre) line proposed by TransCanada Corporation was rejected in 2015 by former President Barack Obama because of its potential to exacerbate climate change.


Beatrice Police Make Drug Arrests Following Traffic Stop

Police arrested 51-year-old Andrew Carter and 55-year-old Tammy Swearingen, both of Marysville, Kansas. Carter was being held for possession of an illegal drug. Swearingen was arrested for possession of an illegal drug and drug paraphernalia.


Southern Gage County Communications Now Bouncing From New Tower Site

Wiegand says the contractor doing that work, Zephyr Communications, will determine the date and time when the structure is taken down.


Husband of missing woman charged with sexual assault

New charges have been filed in a decade-old case against a rural Filley man.William T. Kelley, 47, was arrested on a warrant for charges of first-degree sexual assault of a child, a class 2 felony, and third-degree sexual assault of a child, a class 3A felony.The alleged assaults occurred in late 20


Searches at Three Beatrice Homes Uncover Stolen Property, Two Arrested

The investigation revealed that stolen property was likely being stored at the three homes. Law officers have arrested John Schriner and Jacob Bednar on suspicion of burglary, theft by receiving stolen property and possession of a firearm by a prohibited person. Gage County Sheriff Millard Gusta


Students protest dress code on last day of school

As the opening bell rang at Beatrice Middle School for the last day of school, some students entered the building with pink and purple hair, tank tops, and shorts.The group of students said they use their appearance to express themselves and show their personality.But not on Tuesday.


Nemaha County Sheriff 5.21.18 - The Sabetha Herald

Joshua M. Nixon, 28, of Overbrook was booked into the Nemaha County Jail on May 16 on a Nemaha County warrant for possession of methamphetamine, marijuana and paraphernalia. Nixon remains in custody with bond set at $16,500. This was a Sabetha Police Department (PD) case.


Tidwell’s preliminary hearing continued - The Sabetha Herald

A Sabetha man who was arrested and charged earlier this month in both Brown and Nemaha Counties for child sex crimes has had his preliminary hearing continued in Brown County until 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 11, with Judge Roy Roper.


Beatrice Big Blue Water Park Getting Set For Summer Season

This year’s water park rates will remain the same as last summer. Season passes range from $65 for ages four to seventeen, to $165 for a family season pass. Daily rates are $2 for a twilight swim, $5 for ages four to seventeen, $6 for adults and $3 for sixty years and older.


Seneca citywide garage sales set - The Sabetha Herald

It’s garage sale season in Seneca! Seneca’s annual spring citywide garage sales will be held June 1 through 3, with some sales starting early on Thursday, May 31.


‘Making houses feel like home’: HomeGoods open in Grand Island’s Park Island Square

The new HomeGoods store in Grand Island is hosting its grand opening Sunday, May 20, with special hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. The store 3535 W. 13th St. offers items for the home, including furniture, bedroom and bath products, storage options, cooking utensils and a wide variety of decorative piece


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UNL researcher given fine, probation for vandalizing NRA lobbyist's home

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln research assistant professor was sentenced to one year probation for vandalizing a National Rifle Association lobbyist's home earlier this year.Patricia Wonch Hill was also ordered to pay a $500 fine for throwing fake blood on a home owned by the NRA's Chris Cox in A


Motorcyclist hits student after he got off school bus

LAKE STEVENS, Wash. (AP) — An elementary school student was hit by a motorcycle after getting off his school bus in Lake Stevens, WashingtonSeattle Post-Intelligencerreportsit happened around 4:00 p.m. Thursday.


Homeowner awoken by burglars, tackles one of them

As part of a burglary attempt early Friday morning, one of the homeowners tackled one of the four suspects.Oscar Hurtado and Rosalina Trujillo told police that three males and a female tried to break into their house at 306 E. 20th St. at about 3:20 a.m.They woke up from the noise and caught them in


Orangemen claim Class B State Championship

Beatrice also got a state championship from its 400-relay team of Andrew Mahoney, Dillon Buss, Zach Thies and Dillon Damme. They had a winning time of 43.78.