YORK – York County’s new drug dog, Loki, started work this past weekend with handler, York County Deputy Korey Goplin – and in their first deployment as a team, Loki located $80,000 in suspected drug buy money.

YORK – Landowners and residents of the Upper Big Blue Natural Resources District (NRD) are invited to attend an open house to learn more about the Upper Big Blue NRD’s recent water resource planning efforts that address both water quality and quantity.

There have been a few changes at the Kirtsey’s store located on the south side of the square in York. The store has a new e-commerce web presence and a new manager that has come on board as of March 4.

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Click HERE to view all of the photos from the YMS production of Guys and Dolls and to purchase prints / digital copies

YORK – Alexandra Luvisi, 23, an Illinois resident, has been fined $1,000 and ordered to pay $5,000 in tax stamp restitution after being caught with marijuana products during a traffic stop on Interstate 80 in York County.

YORK – Paul M. Galvan, 26, of York, has pleaded not guilty to charges of possession of a controlled substance, a Class 4 felony, and possession of a deadly weapon while committing a felony, a Class 3 felony.

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YORK – Any person or organization interested in preventing suicide in their community can learn three simple steps everyone needs to know to help prevent suicide – by attending an upcoming program.

>> Alzheimer’s Support Group - is a support group for those seeking emotional support and education. Meetings take place at 4 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month with the exception of May and December in the Great Room of the York General Hearthstone.

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Healthy eating is on many people’s minds. Most of us want to eat better to keep a healthy weight, which helps us feel better and look better. But keeping a healthy weight gain has MANY benefits.

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YORK – The York County Development Corporation (YCDC) held its annual meeting Thursday night, March 14, and part of the evening was dedicated to honoring the first people to win the Five Under 45 Impact Awards.

YORK – The charges against Steven Kissel, 26, of Ashland, have been dismissed in a case involving drug possession and flight to avoid arrest.

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Max the Original Herd Bull Wiener came to us in fall of 1992 ... little did we know then that over the next 27 years eight more half-a-dog-tall by a dog-and-a-half-long annoying little yappers would follow.

Boy Scouts of America Troop 173

YORK – York County – like the rest of Nebraska – is experiencing a strange spring that involves warnings and watches for flooding, blizzards, tornadoes, torrential rain, hail, thunderstorms, all pretty much at the same time.

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YORK – As of 7 a.m., Thursday morning, the following roads are closed in York County according to the York County Sheriff’s Department:

YORK – Dominyk M. Timmerman, 21, of Lincoln has been charged with strangulation and the case has been bound over to York County District Court.

YORK – York County’s unemployment rate was up slightly in the month of January, according to figures provided by the Nebraska Department of Labor.

YORK — Saturday, March 16, 257 middle school band students from Ashland-Greenwood, Auburn, Blue Hill, Centennial, Central City, Crete, Falls City Sacred Heart, Hampton, Holdrege, Malcolm, Raymond Central, Red Cloud, St. Joseph School-York, Sutherland, Syracuse, Thayer Central, Twin River, Wa…

Mastery, independence, belonging and generosity. These are the parts that make up the 4-H essential elements to create a positive environment for all youth in the 4-H program. The combination of these promote youth development and empower members to contribute positive impacts to their club,…

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YORK – The Clayton Museum of Ancient History and Lee’s Legendary Marbles and Collectibles have been chosen as designated stops in this year’s Nebraska Passport program.

EXETER -- One of the big stories in Nebraska recently was about the North Bend fifth grade teacher, Rebecca Streff, who received the Milken Education Award. What some didn’t realize is that Rebecca Votipka Streff is an Exeter native and Exeter High School alumnus.