Grand Island Public Schools started with 14 applicants from 8 different states, cut it down to seven candidates from five different states and are now down to three from two different states.
Sophia Vinzenz of Gibbon has achieved quite a bit at just the age of 2-years-old. On January 1, she beat cancer. Since then, she's gone on to receive national notoriety including NFL superstars wearing bracelets that read #SophiaStrong.
A local hotel executive's lawyer is speaking out for the first time after his client was convicted of hiring an undocumented worker. Federal prosecutors say 63-year-old Paul Younes, of Kearney, pleaded guilty Tuesday, as did Kearney Hospitality Inc., for which Younes is an officer and director. He's scheduled to be sentenced on May 9.
Buffalo County authorities are searching for a rural Gibbon man after they found stolen weapons in his home. Court documents show the weapons were found in the home of 45-year-old Joseph Walters on February 6th.
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