Dodge County voters arrived to the polling places on June 28 to put in their ballot for who they think their next representative should be for the first district of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Police endorse Republican nominee Mike Flood while Democratic nominee Patty Pansing Brooks points to impact of U.S. Supreme Court abortion decision on rights to privacy with special congressional election set for Tuesday.
In the Panhandle, advocates against abortion praised a 6-3 Supreme Court decision, eliminating the constitutional right to abortion set out in Roe v. Wade. Local Democratic leaders expressed disappointment in the decision, feeling such a decision could have unforeseen consequences.
Missouri Congresswoman Cori Bush on Friday, June 24, 2022, reacts to the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade. The ruling will allow states to ban abortions. Video by Christian Gooden, email@example.com
Nebraska's congressional representatives have all benefited from campaign spending by the National Rifle Association and other gun rights groups, according to campaign finance records.
The campaign video by the Missouri Republican candidate for U.S. Senate drew criticism for urging violence against political opponents.
On her office bookcase, Jody Sanders has a photo of an older woman in a cap and gown.
Shore and Ricketts have previously backed opposing candidates in races, most noteworthy being the 2016 presidential election pitting Hillary Clinton against Donald Trump.
Fremont City Council members passed an ordinance to provide restrictions for on-street parking and for parking lots in the downtown area.
A transportation consulting firm has been looking at ideas that could make Military Avenue safer for motorists, bicyclists and walkers and also ways of helping trucks avoid downtown Fremont.
Mark Jensen will have Nebraska Medical Marijuana ballot initiative petitions available to sign at this Thursday’s Concert in the Park on June 16.
The average Fremont Department of Utilities customer will see an estimated increase of $10 a month in the electric portion of their bill starting in July.
Lincoln City Council is set to consider a motion on Monday to rescind the so-called Fairness Ordinance — a broad update that extends protections to include sexual orientation and gender expression.
Fremont City Auditorium will be closed to the public starting at the end of June.
The Nebraska Homestead Exemption Application (Form 458) and Income Statement must be filed with the Dodge County Assessor’s Office on or before June 30, 2022.
The City of Fremont will be hosting an open house for the public to review and learn about the draft comprehensive plan from 6-8 p.m. Monday, June 13, at Fremont City Auditorium, 925 N. Broad St.
There will be a scheduled power outage from about 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 8, in Fremont while electrical crews perform maintenance and repairs.
The Nebraska Secretary of State's office has received at least five new complaints against a voter identification petition in the last week claiming that petition circulators are being misleading.
The Nebraska Cattlemen officially endorsed Jim Pillen for Nebraska governor at a news conference Thursday afternoon.
The 2022 Assessment Roll for Dodge County has been completed. Notices of valuation change were mailed on June 1. If there was no value change, you will not receive a notice.
Companies interested in opening casinos at Nebraska horseracing tracks can now apply for a license, which will cost $5 million over five years.
Mary Loftis knows folks born in 1957 or 1958 are probably getting lots of mail right now.
Fremont Board of Education members approved construction bids for Milliken Park Elementary School and other projects during a special meeting Tuesday.
Carol Blood, the Democratic candidate for Nebraska governor, and her running mate, Al Davis, will be coming to Fremont for a meet and greet.
"Someday in a more enlightened future, we will have a memorial day commemorating school children lost to mass shootings," writes columnist Michael Paul Williams.
An advisory committee talked about the possibility of having a grass runway when they met Friday morning at Fremont Municipal Airport.
The Lincoln City Council Monday voted to allow a Lincoln couple — both veterans who suffer from PTSD — to keep their mini-pig for emotional support despite an ordinance that prohibits it.