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Driver in fatal Schuyler crash accepts manslaughter charge

SCHUYLER - The driver in a June 2016 crash that killed a 15-year-old Schuyler girl is scheduled to be sentenced Nov. 8 after pleading no contest to manslaughter. Angel Lopez, 23, entered his plea Wednesday in Colfax County District Court as part of a deal with the prosecution, which dismissed charge

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-21 15:23:00

Dubsky's kept Schuyler moving for decades

Dennis and Donna Dubsky pose for a photo outside Dubsky's Auto Center, which they recently closed after 53 years in business.Christina Lieffring, The Columbus Telegram SCHUYLER - Fifty-three years is a long time to stay in business. Dennis and Donna Dubsky managed to reach that mark by changing with

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-19 13:00:00

Central opens new field with blowout win

COLUMBUS - Central Community College opened its new field in style Tuesday as the Raiders cruised past York's junior varsity team 7-2. Central used five second-half goals to blow past its season high for the season. The Raiders hadn't scored more than twice in a match before Tuesday. Peterson Costa

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-20 23:37:00

County requests less tax money

COLUMBUS - The Platte County Board of Supervisors approved a $45.2 million budget for 2017-18 that includes a property tax asking that's lower than last fiscal year. Road and bridge projects make up a large chunk of the budget approved during Tuesday's meeting. About $12 million is in the roads fund

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-21 00:30:00

In-game advertising pays off at football stadium

The large scoreboard installed in 2012 at Pawnee Park's Memorial Stadium was paid for with advertising revenue. Now that money will be used to make other improvements to the athletic facility.Tyler Ellyson, The Columbus Telegram COLUMBUS - The city's advertising plan is paying off. Those commercials

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-21 21:44:00

Zoo hopes news gorillas will form 'troop' as in the wild

Click on the button below to set up your account or log in if you already have one. Uncredited Grahm S. Jones Kyle Lanzer CLEVELAND (AP) - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo has received two female gorillas from other zoos in an effort to create a new troop mirroring those in the wild. Zoo officials say the f

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-21 16:37:43

City sees TIF as one answer to housing shortage

COLUMBUS - Columbus City Council has approved tax-increment financing for redevelopment projects in the past. Hobby Lobby, Slumberland, Ramada-Columbus, Hy-Vee and the Village Centre strip mall are a few examples. But City Administrator Tara Vasicek wants to see the economic development incentive us

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-21 00:26:00

First American-born martyr connected to Columbus area

Terry Werner was back home in early 1982, talking to his father, telling him about a priest who'd been murdered in Guatemala. Werner grew up Catholic in Humphrey, one of 18 children. He'd left home for college, become a Unitarian and read about the priest in The Progressive, a longtime left-leaning

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-21 05:25:00

Teen injured in ATV accident

SCHUYLER - A teenager sustained a serious head injury Wednesday after falling off an all-terrain vehicle in Schuyler. Schuyler Rescue Squad and Schuyler Police Department responded to the accident at 3:29 p.m. near Schuyler Central High School in the 300 block of West Fourth Street. According to the

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-20 22:45:00

Nebraska county sees uptick in unlicensed youths driving

SCHUYLER - An eastern Nebraska county is seeing more juveniles driving without a proper driver's license or permit. Colfax County Attorney Denise Kracl said there have been 10 to 15 such cases so far this year. One involved a 14-year-old who crashed into a tree in Schuyler with three other minors in

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - 2017-09-20 14:00:00

B-D builds reputation in construction business

COLUMBUS - Darrell Burrows doesn't get hung up on titles. At a company like B-D Construction, he knows it takes commitment from every employee - from the owners to the workers out in the field - to be successful. "Everybody has their place and everybody has their duties," Burrows said. "It has to be

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-19 03:30:00

Area 4-H results at Nebraska State Fair

GRAND ISLAND - Results have been announced and Saunders County 4-Hers did well at the State Fair. Chloe Aldrich, Wahoo: Cultural Food Exhibit, purple; Loaf Quick Bread, purple; Horticulture - Jalapeno Peppers, purple; Specialty Rolls, red. Trent Barry, Wahoo: 4-H and FFA Guernsey, 3-year-old - 9/1/2

WAHOO-ASHLAND-WAVERLY.COM - 2017-09-19 20:56:00

Preferred Plumbing on display for nearly 40 years

COLUMBUS - Steve and Janet Sueper helped shape a new model for Columbus plumbing and drain services when they decided to start their own business nearly four decades ago along 13th Street in a bustling downtown district. "When we got into business we wanted a showroom, a place to display products an

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-20 19:00:00

Belitz: Chamber fills schedule with events

We are going to pack as much into the remainder of September as we possibly can. I mentioned last week that the chamber co-hosted Jon Schallert on Tuesday, educating our retail members on how to become a destination business that continues to draw customers through the door in this era of online sho

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-20 13:30:00

Decades ago, gymnastics was part of Discoverers' routine

COLUMBUS - For a 10-year stretch in the 1960s and '70s, Columbus High offered a sport very few Nebraska schools had - gymnastics. From 1965 to 1975, under the guidance of coaches Bart Bartholomew and Ron Beck, the Discoverers competed with the best gymnasts in the state. It was Bartholomew and Beck

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-20 03:30:00

CPS drops tax levy slightly

COLUMBUS - Despite a decline in state aid money and smaller property valuation increase than in years past, Columbus Public Schools is lowering its property tax levy for the 2017-18 budget year. The district's $66.3 million budget and final tax request were approved Monday by the board of education.

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2017-09-20 00:00:00

Search underway for escaped inmate

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LEXINGTON CLIPPER-HERALD - 2017-09-21 16:06:00


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LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - 2017-09-21 09:58:14

Inmate who escaped on Wednesday was caught while walking north of Pottawattamie County Sheriff's Office on Thursday

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OMAHA.COM - 2017-09-21 05:00:00

No contest plea entered in vehicle theft case

YORK - James C. Winter, 35, who in court documents has been listed as a transient as well as a former resident of Hooper, has changed his plea in a case involving a stolen pickup. He recently appeared in York County District Court before Judge James Stecker. According to court documents, Winter's ar

YORK NEWS-TIMES - 2017-09-21 05:00:00