Got a chance to Interview with Lauren Phillips and some of her students from Spotlight Dance Studio. Here is the interview.
McCook- Both the McCook Men and the Lady Indians are set to open their Nebraska Community College Athletic Conference schedules on Saturday, November 21, afternoon when Southeast Community College visits the Peter & Dolores Graff Events Center. Tip-off is set for for the Woman and for
Hall County supervisors are backing efforts to combat what the county attorney says are
violations by a Dannebrog cattle feeder who has too many animals at his location. The board
voted unanimously to back Hall County Attorney Jack Zitterkopf as he demands that Ken
Kohlhof reduce his herd at C
Discussions about the future of Grand Island transportation and where priorities should
be looking 20 to 30 years down the road were had at the Grand Island Library last night.
Journey 2040 is an ongoing public workshop that works to discuss plans and ideas for
the LongRange Transportation Plan
Area churches have begun adopting family units still displaced by the Centennial Tower Fire to
furnish their temporary housing . Last Monday, while most residents were being let back into
Centennial Towers, 3 organizations involved with a new coalition in Hall County COAD
(Community Organizations Active in Disasters) discussed how to
Distribution of the Visitor Improvement Grants were approved by the Hall County Board
of Supervisors. Grant recipients include the Nebraska State Fair Foundation for the
replacing of the Equine arena.
The Agricultural Institute of Nebraska, which works with
the producers of Husker Harvest days, to improve the show site,
The giving season is upon us, where charities report the largest amount of donations
and money given during the year. It is also a time when scammers take advantage of
the holiday spirit.
Butch Hughes with the Grand Island Police department warns that you should be wary
Grand Island police and the Hall County sheriff’s office are receiving grants for the
upcoming Click it or ticket enforcement campaign beginning next monday and running
through November 29th. Grand Island Police received 5 thousand dollars for 80 hours
of overtime, and the sheriff’s office is providing 52 hours of
County Supervisor Gary Quandt finished his 25 hour challenge on top of the Hall
County Courthouse last night in support veterans and the upcoming Vietnam Hero
Flight. KRGi’s John DIbbern has more. Supporters came out at noon yesterday for a ceremony to honor veterans and to give
support to Quandt
Earlier this afternoon Veterans and Veteran supporters braved the cold and sleetto listen to the bells of freedom play from churches across Hall County. Although it was hard to hear them over the storms, everyone was positive and happy to
support veterans and active duty soldiers. Former Mayor Jay Vavricek