Two of the Downtown Business Improvement District Board’s new committees provided updates for future work at its meeting Tuesday.
Shawn D. Kotik of Winslow is seeking to retain his seat on the Village of Winslow Board.
Jeremy W. Woodring of Winslow is seeking re-election to Village of Winslow Board.
Stephen A. Helgenberger of Scribner has submitted his candidate filing form to the Dodge County Clerk.
WinItBack, TEA Party Patriots of Dodge County, will be meeting from 6:30-8:15 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 20, in the east annex building at Keene Memorial Library, 1030 N. Broad St., in Fremont.
Mark W. Jensen has submitted his candidate filing form to the Dodge County Clerk.
Clark A. Boschult of Scribner has submitted his candidate filing form to the Dodge County Clerk.
Republican Chris Lichtenberg, a sergeant with the Saunders County Sheriff’s Office announced his campaign for Saunders County Sheriff on Tuesday after current sheriff, Kevin Stukenholtz, announced that he will not be seeking another term.
The Fremont City Council approved redoing the hiring process for a construction manager for the Keene Memorial Library Expansion Project at its meeting Tuesday.
A parks department official said Tuesday that Keene Memorial Library won’t move into its temporary location at Fremont City Auditorium until mid-August or the beginning of September.
Members of the Fremont Parks and Recreation Board learned about a plan to hire a cleaning service for three city buildings when they met Monday night.
Republican Curt Prohaska, a deputy sheriff with the Saunders County Sheriff’s Office, announced on Tuesday his campaign for Saunders County Sheriff.
Judi Wegner, the current Dodge County Deputy Clerk of District Court, has filed to run as a Republican candidate for Clerk of District Court.
The Fremont City Council will discuss multiple items concerning construction, including that of the Keene Memorial Library Expansion Project, at its meeting Tuesday night.
Both the Fremont City Council and Dodge County Board of Supervisors will meet next week to discuss a study conducted on the potential for a Joint Law Enforcement Center.
Andrew D. Swanson of North Bend has submitted his candidate filing form to the Dodge County Clerk.
Carol M. Givens of Fremont is seeking re-election as the Dodge County Register of Deeds.
Sandi L. Proskovec and Terry L. Sorensen Jr. have both submitted their candidate filing forms to the Dodge County Clerk.
The Dodge County Clerk’s Office released a list of officials to be elected in 2022 who will appear on the ballot this May.
The Fremont City Council will vote on motions to appoint Jody Sanders and Troy Schaben as interim city administrator and utilities general manager, respectively, at its meeting next week.
There’s no room in the inn — if you’re an airplane.
State Sen. and Speaker of the Legislature Mike Hilgers announced Wednesday he will run for Nebraska attorney general in the 2022 election.
The Fremont City Council approved a six-month service contract with the Institute for Building Technology and Safety for virtual building inspection services at its meeting Tuesday.
The Fremont City Council will vote to approve a six-month service contract with Institute for Building Technology and Safety for building inspection services at its meeting Tuesday.
Keene Memorial Library’s $9.4 million expansion project has reached more than three-fourths of its funding goal, Director Laura England-Biggs told the Fremont City Council Tuesday.