A parade, concerts and more are coming up this week in Kearney. Here's where, and when, those events are.
KEARNEY — Jim Vokoc met Kent Bellows just after the Omaha-based artist changed his style.
KEARNEY — “We do a lot of music because our patrons love music from the past several decades,” said Denise Christensen, executive director of the Merryman Performing Arts Center. “We present very high-energy music that everyone loves.”
KEARNEY — The foundations of Todd Kerstetter’s book, “Flood on the Tracks: Living, Dying, and the Nature of Disaster in the Elkhorn River Basin,” happened while on a bike ride from Myrtle Beach, S.C., to Vancouver, British Columbia.
KEARNEY — The Archway will give local audiences and tourists in central Nebraska the opportunity to take a glimpse into Native American culture with a free performance of Native America music and dance by the Many Moccasins Dance Troupe at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 16.
KEARNEY — “The Last Five Years” tells a love story from the beginning to the end — and at the same time, it tells it from the end to the beginning.
- Corn harvest at 9 percent; soybeans at 13 percent out of field
- A Young Democrats chapter is forming in Buffalo County
- KCHS girls finish fifth, boys 12th at UNK Invite
- Kearney's Jack McFadden finishes 13th, Bearcats ninth at UNK Invitational
- Nebraska's female veterans get their due, and their day, in D.C.
- Alma man found in Texas after being reported missing Monday night
- Kearney’s Hannah Godwin finishes in top five
- Oh so close: Minden’s Wheelock opts to run in Class A, finishes second