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The aromas of Korean barbecue drifted through the third floor hallway of Wilcox-Hildreth Middle School. [Read More]
Road construction has closed down a portion of Highway 6/34 in Holdrege since March, but Concrete Solutions has worked to make the closure as painless... [Read More]
Erica Chancellor wants to make reading fun for students at Minden High School. [Read More]
Two lucky winners at the Wilcox Fall Festival will have an opportunity to fly in a helicopter. [Read More]
Jordan Larson jokes that it's his turn to be famous. [Read More]
"A lot of times I think they think, 'Oh I've never danced before and I'm 12.' No experience necessary. Come as you are. That's what... [Read More]
"I walked around the house wondering what I was going to tell my wife. She was in Kansas City," Kent said about the almost two... [Read More]
The Alma fourth-grade students lined up behind Janelle Jack, and each held a piece of a long rope in order to stay together while following... [Read More]
Michael Burris had a diverse career before he took on his current position of library director at Holdrege Area Public Library. [Read More]
Lexington Regional Health Center will open its second satellite clinic Sept. 10 in Bertrand. [Read More]
Axtell Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department used to do live house burns and trainings at abandoned buildings in rural areas, but they soon ran out... [Read More]
Venture outside of Kearney to explore plenty of hidden gems. Whether it's a new brewery in Holdrege, a bakery in Minden or a painting studio... [Read More]
Dan Christensen of Holdrege loves retirement. [Read More]
Phelps Memorial Health Center is planning an expansion that is expected to be completed by January 2020. [Read More]
Kara Faber has come back home. [Read More]
Kelsey Evans has battled brain cancer, had spinal surgery due to scoliosis and recently was involved in a traumatic car accident, which broke both of... [Read More]
Ground will be broken this weekend for the new Heartland Family Medicine Clinic at 906 Seventh St. in Alma. [Read More]
One of the strangest requests Mark Kreutzer has received at his business, Livestock Feeders Service, was for elephant feed. [Read More]
With a growing economy, businesses and future residents are showing an increased interest in Phelps County. [Read More]