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September 11, 2001 – September 11, 2021

By Nikki McKim; Chelsie Alexander contributed to this story On the morning of September 11, 2001, 19 terrorists hijacked four

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Board of Education sets forth revised guidelines for use of Jug Brown Stadium

  On Monday, August 23 the Falls City Public Schools Board of Education took action to revise Administrative Regulation 5340

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Stella branch of Frontier Bank to close at the end of the year

Frontier Bank has announced they have made the difficult decision to close the Stella location of Frontier Bank effective December

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Falls City School Board acts on policy referring to Sacred Heart’s usage of Jug Brown Stadium

Last Monday, August 9, the Falls City Public Schools held its regular monthly meeting.  During this meeting, under section 1.

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Cobblestone 2021 Hollywood Red Carpet-this weekend!

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Gottulas selected Grand Marshals of Cobblestone Parade

By Nikki McKim “Some people are better at giving than receiving. I think that these words are fitting for the

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“I am not going to let this beat me”

Story and photo by Lori Gottula “I’m not going to let this beat me.” Those were the words that Susan

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Once a Husker, always a Husker

Story and photo by Brian McKim On Thursday afternoon, June 24, Community Medical Center was proud to host former All-American

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We've seen a sharp increase in motor vehicle accidents in Richardson County in the past couple weeks, so I wanted to share some reminders on safe driving. Use your brain and your seatbelt; first responders, other drivers, pedestrians, your insurance agent, and your family and friends will thank you!While we're on the subject: NEVER follow an ambulance, a police vehicle, or a fire truck to the scene of an emergency to see "what's going on." It's dangerous and it's illegal. Don't circle the block, don't walk up and ask what happened, don't take a video for your Snapchat story as you drive by (yep, that happens a lot). Please respect the privacy of those involved and allow first responders to do their jobs.If you have a genuine desire to help, reach out to the volunteer fire department or volunteer ambulance squad (when they are not actively responding to an emergency, of course 😉) for an application! ... See MoreSee Less
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