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Gov. Pete Ricketts

03 Apr 2019 / in Uncategorized

Visit Ricketts Pray for Nebraska “One of the keys to Nebraska’s strong communities are our vibrant churches and faith traditions. That’s why I have declared Sunday, April 7th as a “Statewide Day of Prayer” in Nebraska. As Nebraskans roll up our sleeves and work together on recovery efforts, it is important that each of us […]

IRS Grants Relief for Those Afflicted by Flood

28 Mar 2019 / in Uncategorized

As a result of the recent severe winter storm, straight-line winds, and flooding in Nebraska, the IRS recently granted individual and corporate income tax relief to certain taxpayers impacted by the disaster under Treasury Regulation section 7508A. Visit NE Tax Commissioner Grants Specific Tax Relief for Those Affected by Flood

2019 Flood Impact Resource List

28 Mar 2019 / in Uncategorized

The Norfolk Area Small Business Resource Team, in conjunction with the Northeast Nebraska Economic Development Network, has established a resource hub for those impacted by the 2019 flooding. Site visitors will find resources for farm and ranch relief, businesses and employee assistance program, as well as information for contractors that are interested in working with […]

Nebraska Department of Transportation Announces Emergency Repairs to Begin in the Omaha Metro Area

28 Mar 2019 / in Uncategorized

Work beginning on four-lanes from West Point to Norfolk

07 Mar 2019 / in Uncategorized

March 6, 2019

2018 Farm Bill Paves the Way for Rural Infrastructure Projects

07 Mar 2019 / in Uncategorized

There is truly no better place to live and raise a family than rural America. If we’re going to keep our rural communities going strong for our children and grandchildren, however, we must have infrastructure improvements that support agriculture and connect all rural Americans to the tools and services they need to thrive. In the […]

Traffic on Highway 20 in western Iowa takes big jump after widened to 4 lanes

07 Mar 2019 / in Uncategorized

Bret Hayworth March 2, 2019h SIOUX CITY — The numbers are indeed on the rise. For years, when people pushed to get U.S. Highway 20 moved from two to four lanes in Northwest Iowa, supporters said it would make for a more safe thoroughfare and bring increased traffic, which could boost economic development. In the […]

Trooper Assists Cattle Crossing on 275

22 Feb 2019 / in Uncategorized

Signs of Progress on Highway 275

22 Feb 2019 / in Uncategorized

Great Norfolk Daily News Article!! There’s now encouraging news regarding the expansion of the remaining segment of Highway 275 into a four-lane expressway — but only after Northeast Nebraskans weren’t shy about letting their elected and appointed representatives know of their frustrations. For a time last year, it appeared that any news about Highway 275 […]

Public hearing in Norfolk to focus on roads needs

31 Aug 2015 / in Norfolk Daily News, Uncategorized

Special to the Daily News Few topics generate as much interest in Northeast Nebraska as highway needs. Perhaps that’s why the Legislature’s Transportation and Telecommunications Committee will kick off a series of statewide public hearings in Norfolk next month. The hearing is set for Wednesday, Sept. 16, at 1:30 p.m. at the Lifelong Learning Center […]