KEARNEY — For the 34th year, Kearney Area Concerned Citizens will offer a free Thanksgiving dinner from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 1900 Central Ave.
Hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations flooded Thursday into the Phelps County and Lexington community foundations during their annual Giving Days.
KEARNEY — During the holiday season the Mobile Food Pantry will continue its mission of providing free food items to people in need in Buffalo County.
KEARNEY — Earlier this fall, Deb Fiddelke was rambling through her old stomping grounds in south-central Nebraska.
KEARNEY — City of Kearney offices, Peterson Senior Activity Center, Kearney Public Library, Kearney Police Department front desk, the Buffalo County Courthouse and University of Nebraska at Kearney offices will be closed Thursday and Friday in observance of Thanksgiving.
KEARNEY — One in four Buffalo County youths say it’s easy to obtain prescription drugs.
BROKEN BOW — A former Broken Bow man was sentenced to 21 days in jail last month for distributing a woman’s nude photo without her knowledge.
KEARNEY — The city of Kearney has a vacancy on the Planning Commission. People who are interested in serving the community by becoming a member of this board can fill out an expression of interest form and return it to City Clerk Lauren Brandt no later than Dec. 7.
Season’s Greetings! As the weather grows colder and the holidays get closer, we look forward to buying gifts for our little ones. However, the wrong toy can cause injury, especially to younger children. In fact, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, around 240,000 children are sent to the emergency room each year due to injuries from toys. How can we be sure the gifts we buy our children won’t hurt them? Read on for simple ideas and tips for Christmas gift-giving safety!
YORK—Several hundred people young and old converged on downtown York Thursday night for the 4th annual York Holiday Festival.
York – All things corn – from producing it to marketing toward a health bottom line – were touched upon Thursday evening during the York County Corn Growers Association annual banquet and business meeting at Chances R.