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Columbus woman shares body positivity message in Maxim contest

Columbus woman Savannah Slusarski loves everything vintage, specifically old Hollywood glamour – think Marilyn Monroe. “It's being sexy without showing everything you got. I feel like it's very empowering to do that kind of modeling,” Slusarski said. “It's the fun hair and the dark red lips and being flirty and fun without literally showing everything that you have. There's a little mystery with it and I really like that.”
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Trausch named YMCA chief operations officer

Julie Trausch has been named the new chief operations officer for the Fremont Family YMCA. Trausch has 12 years of YMCA experience at three different associations across Nebraska and Iowa. She has worked in customer service, marketing and membership. She also has served as a branch director. Additionally, Trausch spent...
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Fremont man faces various charges

A Fremont man faces various charges following an incident at 1:59 Wednesday morning. Officers were dispatched to the 1200 block of North Grant Street for a physical disturbance. Upon arrival, officers contacted an individual causing the disturbance. The individual was placed under arrest and resisted. An investigation determined he had...

Walnut Media awards Sportscasters Club scholarships

— The Walnut Media Sportscasters Club has awarded six scholarships to student-athletes in Fremont. Macy Bryant and Drew Sellon are the representatives from Fremont High School. Bryant was a key contributor to the Tigers’ Class A girls state basketball championship in March. She will major in bilingual education and pre-law...
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Becton, Dickinson to pay $499K to resolve alleged hiring discrimination

Becton, Dickinson and Company has agreed to pay nearly a half-million dollars to resolve hiring alleged discrimination against women at three of its Nebraska plants. The medical technology manufacturer, which has two locations in Columbus and one in Holdrege, will pay $499,349 in back pay and interest to 125 qualified female applicants.

Fremont crisis pregnancy center anticipating uptick in appointments

With the overturning of Roe vs. Wade last week, pregnancy help organizations are stepping up their efforts to offer alternatives to abortion. They say if Nebraska bans the procedure outright, the need will be greater than ever. Life Choices Pregnancy Resource Center in Fremont is decidedly pro-life, according to Executive...

Recap for June 27th game against the Spearfish Sasquatch 9-1

Fremont, NE- The Moo lose their 14th game of the season in a tough 9-1 loss to the Spearfish Sasquatch. Fremont moves to 16-14 on the season while Spearfish moves to 12-17. Spearfish would get the scoring started in the 1st with one run on an RBI double then another RBI double in the 3rd made it 2-0. The Sasquatch would blow it open in the 4th with four more runs started by a 2-RBI double, then an RBI single, and then one of 4 errors in the game for the Moo scored another. One more in the 5th and two more in the 7th would make it 9-0 before Fremont would finally get their first run of the night in the 9th on a single by Hayden Lewis that scored Derian Morphew.

Love birds honored for 64.5 years with Loving Cup

Mary Lou Kimsey of Hastings was a college senior looking to finish her education with student teaching. Little did she know, this assignment would bring her a lifetime of love. She aced the test, leading to she and husband Dick Satorie winning the Loving Cup after Sunday’s Old Settlers worship...

Grace stars as last in line of Soenksen siblings turned Bulldogs

There’s something about Concordia that a Soenksen just can’t resist. As determined as she may have been to blaze her own trail somewhere else, Grace Soenksen found herself unrolled at a familiar school in the fall of 2019. Not that she thought about it in these terms, but Grace was beginning a collegiate career that continues to write the final chapter of the Soenksen sibling legacy at Concordia.