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Capacity of Knights of Columbus Building

Weekly fish fry brings community together

The Knights of Columbus, Council 1126 of McCook, and community volunteers hosted a weekly fish fry beginning Ash Wednesday through Good Friday. Bob Burns, grand...
A group of protestors march for Civil Rights in the 1960s.

The right to vote: Past, present and future

Valuing the vote is an eight-part series dedicated to the history of voting rights in America including the civil...
Lumber in hardware store

Demand for lumber increases as home renovating booms

Home renovations have been rising since the start of COVID-19. As a result, lumber prices are at a record high. Homeowner Patrick Petersen changed his...

Farm real estate values continue to grow

Farmland prices skyrocket as demand continues to climb. The sellers' market has benefited from a squeeze on the supply of available parcels. The preliminary...

Succession planning key component in agriculture

Only 30% of family-owned businesses pass on to the next generation, many are liquidated due to a lack of a succession plan. Family farms...
Man playing a guitar

Return of concerts and live events brings normalcy

Concerts and live events are back, bringing a sense of normalcy and fun. Adam Smith, operations manager and program...

NNS 5: Top five stories

The Nebraska News Service team brings you the top 5 news stories from last week. https://youtu.be/Pm6VT5pI92A Stories included:
Alyssa Logan, a Service Manager at the 70th and Pioneers Hy-Vee in Lincoln, Nebraska, stocking shelves inside the store.

COVID-19 vaccine shots available for Lincoln Hy-Vee employees, residents

Hy-Vee employees and Lincoln residents can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine at local Hy-Vee pharmacies. Alyssa Logan, a...

Proposed PETA billboard targets Ricketts

Animal rights group PETA announced plans to put up a billboard in Colorado on its state line with Nebraska that says "Entering Nebraska, Home...
People waiting in line to get vaccination

Nebraskans receive COVID-19 vaccinations, ready to get back to normal

It's been a little over a year since the coronavirus shut down the world, and now more people than ever are starting to get...