New software can make it easier to register for a Fremont Parks and Recreation program or rent a facility.
Elijah Roach was heartbroken when his bike was stolen.
The start of July typically marks the peak of mosquito season.
Sunlight began to filter through gray skies as the dedication ceremony honoring the memory of Kim Koski began.
Years ago, Lindy Hoyer taught swimming lessons at a YMCA in Lincoln.
Fremonters may be seeing an icy new feature in their neighborhood parks this summer.
The 2022 Fremont Women’s Championship City Bowling Tournament was held at 30 Bowl in Fremont.
As he looks toward retirement, Jerry Rinne is grateful for the role he was able to play in Sidner Ice Arena’s construction.
Members of the Fremont Parks and Recreation Advisory Board intend to draft a memo to the city administration with their objections to plans to move the library to the Fremont City Auditorium during library expansion construction.
The Fremont Bowling Club bowled in York at Sunset Bowl over the past weekend.
For the past 17 months or so I have been unable to go to my favorite place in the world and do my favorite things, namely fish and hunt, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fremont Parks and Recreation board members learned about local pools, summer staff shortages and future projects during their Monday night meeting.
Malachi Coleman lists off criteria he’s looking for in his eventual college home. Strong academics. Personal development. A good relationship with a coaching staff. But most importantly, winning.
Nebraska's Luke Reimer and Nick Henrich combined for 207 tackles last season. But it might have benefited them if they had fewer, according to Barrett Ruud. Here's who could rotate in for them.
The 2022 All-Area girls soccer player of the year is Fremont junior Jennifer Tenney.
The Western Nebraska Pioneers snapped the Fremont Moo’s three-game winning streak on Monday night and in doing so, the Pioneers also tied up the Nebraskaland divisional playoff series 1-1.
Amie Just joins Sam McKewon on the latest episode of The Showdown. Sam and Amie discuss the latest on the Husker volleyball roster and football headlines. For the full episode, subscribe at http://www.huskerextra.com/SnS.
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Mark Turgeon and Chris Mack had the kind of college basketball jobs at Maryland and Louisville, respectively, that you don’t walk away from.
Having devoured In-N-Out burgers, strolled the Santa Monica beach and enjoyed a visit to Little Ethiopia, Keeanu Benton gets the allure.
Atlanta Falcons left guard Jaylen Mayfield has returned to practice after missing time with a lower back injury. It’s not known if Mayfield will be able to play Friday night in the first preseason game at Detroit. Mayfield started all but one game a year ago. He had missed the two previous practices before turning Monday. Mayfield was a third-round draft pick in 2021 after playing tackle in college. He moved to guard with the Falcons but struggled as a rookie. Mayfield has been working with the second team behind newcomer Elijah Wilkinson in training camp.
More than a decade has passed since the Green Bay Packers had a defense that could be described as elite. This could be the year that changes. Reigning MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers conceded at the start of training camp that the offense could take its lumps early as it faces a defense that didn’t allow a single touchdown in a 13-10 NFC divisional playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers. That’s pretty much been the case. The defense's performance in training camp has raised hopes it can build off the momentum it established in the postseason.
The Carolina Panthers’ quarterback competition remains unsettled two weeks into training camp. Coach Matt Rhule said Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold have had good days, but he's not ready to declare a starter. Rhule has said that decision could come after the team’s second preseason game against the New England Patriots on Aug. 19. Mayfield and Darnold continue to split reps at Wofford College in the meantime as the Panthers work through the process.
With the New York Giants ramping up practices in the middle of a heat advisory days before their first preseason game, it was only a matter of time before tempers flared. In a span a four plays Monday, running back Saquon Barkley plowed over cornerback Aaron Robinson and linebacker Tae Crowder got into it with running back Antonio Williams. The main attraction was starting center Jon Feliciano seemingly kneeing Crowder on an ensuing play and then exchanging punches with linebacker Cam Brown. The incidents forced coach Brian Daboll to stop practice for five minutes and address the team.