The NSAA announced the official pairings for the Boys State Basketball Tournament next Thursday through Saturday, Mar. 13-15 in Lincoln.
In Class C-1, district champions, Falls City High, hot off their...Read more
Falls City High's and Falls City Sacred Heart's boys basketball teams both earned victories Thursday night in subdistricts and advanced to the district championship games of their respective classes.
The seventh-ranked...Read more
Eight members of the public and two media representatives were present for a public comment period hosted by the Richardson County Commissioners (Tuesday, Feb. 18, meeting) regarding the possibility of...Read more
A Saturday night single-car accident that sent two injured juveniles to the hospital remains under investigation, Falls City Police Chief Duane Armbruster said Monday.
FCPD and members of the Falls City...Read more
Kevin Burnison of SENDD met with the City Council during their Feb. 18 session and provided information that will lead to a second application for Downtown Revitalization grant funding.
Burnison said...Read more
Falls City Recreation will host its 15th annual pancake feed on Sunday, Feb. 23, in the commons area at Falls City High School.
A free will offering will be accepted....Read more
Sheriff Randy Houser met with the Richardson County Commissioners Tuesday, Feb. 11, and presented an agreement with the Lincoln/Lancaster County Child Advocacy Center, Inc., for the development of a satellite...Read more
Richardson County Court Judge Curtis Maschman set a bond of $200,000 in the case of a 37-year-old Salem man charged with first-degree sexual assault.
Anthony L. Barton was arrested at a...Read more
Falls City businessman Bernard Burenheide Saturday night lost his fight with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, passing away at his home. He was 63.
A story detailing his battle...Read more
Duane Armbruster, a 32-year veteran of the Falls City Police Department, was appointed to the position last Monday during the City Council meeting after spending the last 16 years as...Read more
County Sheriff’s Office drug detection dog, recently gave an assist to Falls City Police.
On the evening of Jan. 17, FCPD officer Pat Stamper made a traffic stop near 7th and...Read more
(Forty years ago last Saturday, on Feb. 2, l973, a shootout at the north edge of Falls City left a l9-year-old St. Joseph, MO, youth dead after 35 minutes of...Read more
Steve Hoy last Thursday locks up for good. The family-owned and operated business started in 1922. They built at the current location at 1817 Harlan St. in 1937. Photo by...Read more
Raymond Finck, a prominent local farmer and civic leader, passed away Sunday night, Jan. 26, 2014 at his rural home north of Falls City. He was 79.
Mr. Finck was...Read more
The Falls City Area Jaycees, as they do each and every January, held the annual Distinguished Service Awards Ceremony and celebrated our community’s outstanding people of human service.
Like previous...Read more
Mayor Tim Hersh had a strong and positive message when he addressed the City Council and visitors during the Monday, Jan. 6, meeting at the City Building. Call it a...Read more
During their Tuesday, Jan. 7, meeting, the Richardson County Commissioners established, through resolution, the new salaries for elected officials and their deputies for 2015-2018.
The resolution was adopted unanimously by Commissioners...Read more
Falls City EDGE, southeast Nebraska’s economic development engine, held its annual banquet Wednesday evening at the local Elks Club. During the evening, Charlie Radatz, chairman of the Investor & Community...Read more
A group of would-be burglars went from emboldened to blubbering in the span of a skipped heartbeat when their coveting eyes switched focus from a homeowners’ stuff to the barrel...Read more
For over 50 years, the Falls City Area Jaycees have been hosting the Distinguished Service Awards Banquet. It is one night a year that really defines the meaning of the...Read more
Many would agree that the Lord works in mysterious ways, but who knew He was a fan of Cracker Barrel?
That appears to be the case, after their Lincoln location on...Read more
A love affair for America’s Pastime, which started shortly after World War II on a sandlot at the south edge of Falls City, will come full circle for life-long Falls...Read more
Falls City Mayor Tim Hersh will not seek a second term, but instead will run for Richardson County Sheriff. He filed as a Republican candidate for the four-year term and...Read more
A Rulo man pleaded not guilty to multiple charges in two separate cases last week at his arraignment hearing in Richardson County District Court.
Jeremy Kaster, 29 and originally from Tecumseh,...Read more
Delirium Trigger, a 27-minute short film by local aspiring filmmaker Brent Scott Maze will be shown in the Stalder Gallery of the Falls City Library and Arts Center at 6...Read more
In Christmas partnerships, few rival the decorated tree and its star on top. The star, however, seems to lack the adulation or recognition of its counterpart.
Never has Charlie Brown and...Read more
After what Mayor Tim Hersh described as “a hard and arduous process,” members of the City Council, meeting in regular session Monday evening, Dec. 16, voted to approve contracts for...Read more
A 51-year-old Falls City native and school teacher in Shiprock, N.M., was killed in a duplex fire early the morning of Dec. 10.
Scott Schwarting, the son of retired Falls City...Read more
The home of the late Harry Marrs and his wife, Theresa, was burglarized while she, family members and friends attended a visitation service held at a local funeral home.
Mr. Marrs,...Read more
Do you hear what I hear?
Listen closely. It’s the spirit of giving as it floats from heart to heart during this Christmas season.
Every one of us, no matter our...Read more