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Temps, wind chills will plummet in metro area before a midweek warmup

Strong northwest winds will usher an arctic air mass into the Council Bluffs-Omaha area today, leaving behind dangerous wind chills lasting through Tuesday morning. The arctic air is expected to linger over the area into Wednesday before warmer conditions return later in the week. The National Weath

NONPAREILONLINE.COM - 2018-01-15 14:49:00

Forecast: Bitter cold will give way to midweek warmup

Strong northwest winds ushered an arctic air mass into the Council Bluffs-Omaha area Monday, leaving behind dangerous wind chills lasting through this morning. The arctic air is expected to linger over the area into Wednesday before warmer conditions return. "It's going to be miserable," said Becky

NONPAREILONLINE.COM - 2018-01-16 06:00:00

Forecast: Temps to warm today before sharp dip, high winds on Monday

The metro area may get a shot of snow this morning. "The highest percentage we have is about 60 percent chance," said Becky Kern, meteorologist for the National Weather Service office in Valley, Nebraska. That storm was expected to bring about a half an inch overnight. "That's not a ton of snow," Ke

NONPAREILONLINE.COM

Zinfandel - The All-American grape

Only 3 percent of the vineyards in Napa Valley are planted to Zinfandel grapes. But even with that, America has the vast majority of these vines.PHOTOSPIN No grape is as all-American as Zinfandel. The grapes arrived in 1820, and during the Gold Rush were planted all over California. Although the Zin

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR

Myles, Cornelius B. Sr.

Myles, Cornelius B. Sr. Cornelius B. Myles Sr. was born on December 2, 1943 to Willie and Minerva Myles in Winchester, AR. Cornelius (CB) was the youngest of ten children (two brothers and seven sisters). While in the Navy traveling the world he met Lualhati Enriquez, married in 1968 and had two son

OMAHA.COM

Sons of Italy Hall set for September reopening after last year's blaze; 'When people walk in, they'll feel right at home'

Buy Now The Sons of Italy Hall remains under reconstruction one year after a fire nearly destroyed the building. The Hall on 10th Street south of downtown Omaha is scheduled to reopen in September. REBECCA S. GRATZ/THE WORLD-HERALD Parts of the original Sons of Italy Hall remain, like the sign over

OMAHA.COM - 2018-01-15 22:24:00

Suicide support group to gather

The grief support group is designed to help people cope with the shock and pain that accompany the loss of a loved one to suicide. The facilitator is Sandy Olson. We're writing to thank you again for your Fremont Tribune subscription, and to share some tips and handy links that you can use to take a

FREMONT TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 00:11:00

Norma Jean Nelsen Owens, 90

(Norma) Jean Owens, age 90, of Lincoln died on August 22, 2017. She was born on May 15, 1927 in Lyons, Nebraska to Noble and Evelyn (Anson) Nelsen. Jean attended school in Lyons, Fremont, Wayne State College and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Jean taught at two rural schools in Lyons and Oaklan

WASHINGTON COUNTY PILOT-TRIBUNE & ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-15 05:10:00

Photos: Seward girls lockdown Waverly

The Class B No. 4 Bluejays gritted out a 38-33 win over the No. 2 Vikings on Saturday at Waverly High School. Photos by Francis Gardler, Journal Star. 1 Buy Now Seward vs. Waverly, girls hoops, 1/13/18 Seward's Rylee Opfer (14) and Kendra Placke (34) celebrate their 38-33 win over Waverly on Saturd

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR

Lincoln man arrested for sexually assaulting child

LINCOLN, Neb. - A 22-year-old Lincoln man is in jail after reportedly raping a young girl multiple times. Zackery Wright was arrested on Jan. 10 after admitting to police that he sexually assaulted a girl known to him, multiple times over the course of four years. The victim, who is known to Wrigh

1011NOW.COM - 2018-01-15 18:37:00

Women making sure kids get food on the weekends, one meal at a time

LINCOLN, Neb. -- "We can do this" is a group feeding kids in need on the weekends. Inside the F Street Recreation Center they said they're spreading love in Lincoln through food. Susan Brown had a conversation with her daughter, and learned some kids aren't getting meals throughout the weekend. Sh

1011NOW.COM - 2018-01-15 06:50:00

Blood bank raises awareness of new policy

LINCOLN, Neb. - On Saturday, Iron Brush Tattoo hosted its second annual blood bank in to raise awareness of Lincoln's new policy that makes it easier to give blood when you have tattoos. "You now only have to wait seven days and not a year to donate blood after getting a tattoo," said Tyson Schaff

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Apply for a BVCA scholarship

Blue Valley Community Action (BVCA) Partnership will be accepting applications for their 2017-2018 scholarship opportunities through February 1, 2018. Six scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $500 and can be used for tuition, books and fees associated with enrollment. The "BVCA Partnership

COLUMBUS TELEGRAM - 2018-01-15 22:49:00

City crews treating roads, drivers urged to use caution

LINCOLN, Neb. - At 8 a.m. Sunday, 20 City crews began a material spreading operation of granular salt pre-wet with brine on all alterial routes. Snow began accumulating around 2 a.m. Sunday morning. Streets are snow covered and will become snow-packed under traffic. De-icing treatments will begin c

1011NOW.COM - 2018-01-14 18:19:00

12th honor flight planned for Nebraska veterans - this time for women only

Buy Now Evan Betancur, 12, holds up a sign to welcome home his grandmother, Cheryl Feala, a nurse who served in the Vietnam War, during an honor flight homecoming celebration in 2017. Patriotic Productions is planning a special honor flight open only to women who served. Journal Star file photo Thou

LINCOLN JOURNAL STAR - 2018-01-15 22:20:00

Editorial: Let's follow Martin Luther King Jr.'s example and serve

History remembers Martin Luther King Jr. as a great man because he spent much of his life doing good for others. It is that spirit of service which our nation honors today with celebrations of King's words, work and life. Local observances include a volunteer day of service in King's name organized

OMAHA.COM - 2018-01-15 07:00:00

Hundreds of alpacas to convene in Concord

Photo courtesy of Cindy Berman Morrow CONCORD - Carolina Alpaca Breeders and Owners and the Southeastern Alpaca Association have joined forces to provide three shows in one place: The Southern Select, Carolina Alpaca Celebration and the Southern Alpaca Celebration. The free show takes place 9 a.m. t

THECHARLOTTEWEEKLY.COM - 2018-01-14 12:00:12

Man killed in officer-involved shooting identified

HUNTERSVILLE- Officials have identified the man who was shot and killed during an officer-involved shooting in Huntersville over the weekend. According to the NC State Bureau of Investigation, officers with the Huntersville Police Department were dispatched to 9320 Gilead Hill Court in reference to

INDEPENDENT TRIBUNE - 2018-01-15 18:44:00

Family plans to sue charter school after teacher kicks 11-year-old student

CONCORD, NC (FOX 46 WJZY) - The family of an 11-year-old boy, who was kicked at least twice by his teacher, plans to sue the school, according to their attorney. "A lawsuit is something is something that is most definitely possible at this point," said Charlotte attorney Walter Bowers with the law f

FOX46CHARLOTTE.COM - 2018-01-16 02:33:00

Disabled Kannapolis woman rescued from house fire

KANNAPOLIS- Kannapolis firefighters and emergency crews rescued a disabled woman from a fire at her home Monday morning. According to WSOC-TV, crews responded to a home on Venus Street around 10 a.m. where the woman and her elderly father lived. Firefighters removed the woman from the home after see

INDEPENDENT TRIBUNE - 2018-01-15 18:27:00