Goodwill Industries of Greater Nebraska is having a donation drive in O’Neill, NE beginning on Monday, May 18, 2020 until Friday, May 22, 2020. People living in and the surrounding area can drop off their donations at
The NCDHD has released some helpful guidelines regarding ag, farming, and gardening practices and the steps you can take to help protect yourself and others. When prepping for Spring planting, arrange for pick-up and drop off, go
Here are the Friday, April 24th winners of Subway sandwiches in the KBRX Administrative Professional Week drawing: Aime Thompson, Farm Credit Services of America of O’Neill Becky Estill, Green Valley Irrigation of Atkinson Jamie Nielsen, Niobrara Valley
The O’Neill Public Schools will continue to provide meals for all children ages 1 to 18 during the school closure. Meals can be picked up by a parent/guardian. Please note the change to the schedule that will
Here are the winners of a gift certificate to Subway from our Tuesday, April 21, drawing as we salute our Administrative Professionals this week. Karen Ammon – Stuart Fertilizer & Grain Inc. of Stuart Carrie Gleason –
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County parties across Nebraska have announced the dates of their local conventions, where they will elect local party officers and delegates to the State Democratic Convention. All conventions will be held by phone due to the coronavirus.
This week is Administrative Professionals Week. Each day Monday through Friday we will draw 10 lucky winners who will win a $10 gift card to Subway. Here are the Monday, April 20th winners: Pam Heller – Atkinson
NORFOLK, Neb. – The 47th annual Commencement Ceremony at Northeast Community College is going to look much different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Leah Barrett, president, announced Friday that the Spring 2020 commencement will still
The City of Atkinson is among the grantees selected by the Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s (DED) and Civic and Community Center Financing Fund grantees. The city has received a grant for $58,866, which is 50 percent