HARTINGTON — The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday that a Randolph area farmer had no right to put fencing in the road right-of-way.
The ruling ends a seven-year battle between John Thelen and the County Board of Commissioners.Read more
It’s no longer “business as usual” in Hartington, or practically any place else in the world these days, for that matter.Read more
LINCOLN — Nebraska Farm Bureau is advising farmers, ranchers, and other rural Nebraskans to not underestimate the risk posed by the potential spread of COVID-19. While most of the confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 have occurred in Eastern Nebraska,Read more
The Lewis and Clark Natural Resources District and Cedar Knox Rural Water Project are closing their office to the public until further notice, to ensure a safe and healthy work environment for their employees and the public in response to the COVRead more
With the recent 70 degree days and dry weather it’s almost hard to believe that one of the worst floods in Nebraska history took place one year ago this week. Several area residents, and the Cedar County Fairgrounds are still recovering from the flood damage. The Cedar County Ag Society will hold a fundraiser April 26 to raise funds to replace a livestock barn destroyed in the flooding.Read more