Court records reveal details in Bloomfield killings and suspects’ custody battle
BLOOMFIELD, Neb. (KOLN) - Court records have provided additional details of a double-murder in Bloomfield, Nebraska in the days, weeks and moments leading up to the killings. Alias Reed, 25, is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and two counts of use of a weapon to commit a felony. His wife, 27-year-old Kaylyne Sweazy, faces a single count of tampering with evidence. If convicted, Reed could face the death penalty and Sweazy would face one to 50 years in prison.
Prosecutors: Reed went into bowling alley with intent to kill
Court records have provided additional details of a double-murder in Bloomfield, Nebraska in the days, weeks and moments leading up to the killings.
Highschool Basketball | 23 February Plainview Girls Game Notice
The Plainview Girls Basketball team will have a Playoff game with Wilcox-Hildreth(Wilcox, NE) on 23 February, 2024, 6 PM. As of now, Pirates has won 15 games and lost 16 games, and the winning rate is 0.484.
Bloomfield residents honor shooting victims with vigil
On Tuesday night, several dozen community members and people from the surrounding area gathered at Veterans Memorial Park in Bloomfield in honor of the two shot and killed that morning.
Ainsworth piles up the points against Niobrara/Verdigre
The Ainsworth Bulldogs can now show off seven landslide victories after their most recent match on Tuesday. They claimed a resounding 75-42 win over Niobrara/Verdigre at home. Winning may never get old, but Ainsworth sure is getting used to it with their third in a row. Trey Appelt was his...
WATCH: Morning Pulse Feb. 21, 2024
Morning Pulse: Authorities to provide update on Bloomfield double homicide, and other top headlines.
Pickleball flourishes at National Guard Readiness Center
Five mornings a week, dozens of pickleball players gather in the National Guard Readiness Center assembly hall, which is divided into three courts to accommodate simultaneous games. Lori Sorenson/Rock County Star Herald Photo.
Oakdale’s ASL Club sells “I Love You” ornaments for Valentine’s Day!
For this Valentine’s Day, a new sales idea was brought to Oakdale. Oakdale’s ASL Club sold “I Love You” ornaments in all lunch shifts during the week of Feb 5-9. In the past there have been many Valentine’s sales, one of which being the flower arrangements that the Horticulture class makes and sells every year. These ornaments are in the handshape that means “I love you” in sign language.
How personal income has changed in Antelope County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Antelope County, Nebraska and how it compares to state and national levels.
Card Shower To Celebrate 90th
The family of Charlotte Haas of Pierce, has requested a card shower in honor of her 90th birthday on February 22. Her family includes her husband, Gerald; children, Randy and Heidi Haas of North Port Florida, Doug and Judy Haas of Pierce, Lori and Jim Kounovsky of Plainview, and Scott and Awilda Haas of Kansas City, Missouri; 12 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.
Lady Cats struggle against state’s top-rated team
CROFTON — Hartington-Newcastle had the unenviable task of taking on the No. 1 team in Class C2 in the opening round of the C2-8 Sub-District Tournament here on Feb. 13. The Lady Wildcats battled admirably throughout the game before falling, 51-27 to Crofton to end the season with a 10-11 record while the Lady Warriors stayed unbeaten.
New Power Substation Up And Running
It has been a four-year project, but the city’s new 7200-volt substation addition, located at 549 Ave. and H&N Boulevard on the southwest edge of Pierce, is up and running. The project began in July, 2020, and was completed this month. Most of the work was done by city employees and the total cost of the project is estimated at $284,000.
KELOLAND Chief Photographer featured on CBS Sunday Morning
CROFTON, N.E. (KELO) — KELOLAND’s chief photographer Kevin Kjergaard was featured on CBS Sunday Morning for his gorgeous wildlife photography of bald eagles near Crofton, Nebraska. Featured in CBS Sunday Morning’s “Do Nothing For 2 Minutes” segment, Kjergaard captures eagles swooping down and hunting along the Missouri River. These symbols of the nation have become […]
Today the gas price is close to $2.99 in Springfield as of 2024-02-21. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Wednesday is $3.274, a week ago the price is $3.256 , according to AAA.
A night to remember: Jays best top dogs at home
The odds seemed in their favor. They were picked unanimously as the No. 1 team in the nation, defending champions, and on a 14-game win streak this season. They boasted a 24-2 record and 14-1 record in conference play, notorious for holding opponents to an average of just 63.7 points per game while scoring an average of 82.0 of their own. They just handed a 28-point road loss to then-No. 4 Marquette.
Beckman the latest to file for re-election
The deadline has passed for incumbents to file for re-election in Antelope County and across Nebraska. The deadline was Thursday, February 15. As expected, District #18 School Board member Eric Beckman filed for re-election prior to the deadline, joining board members Steve Busteed and Luke Hinkle seeking re-election to four-year terms on the board.
Wildcats fall in regular season finale
RANDOLPH — After beating a very good Laurel-Concord-Coleridge team in its last outing, Hartington-Newcastle lost its final regular season contest, 49-44 to Osmond-Randolph on the road Feb. 16 before heading into SubDistrict action this week. The Osmond-Randolph Hawks got revenge on the Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats in the regular season finale...
Crofton Community School District holding informational meeting on $12.5M bond
The Crofton Community School District will be holding an open house to tell people about a $12.5 million school bond and upcoming construction projects.
Lady Hawks win in overtime against Lutheran High Northeast
RANDOLPH –The Osmond-Randolph Hawks started postseason play last Monday at Norfolk Catholic where they would take on the Lutheran High Eagles. The Hawks came out to start the game with strong defense, holding the Eagles to only four first-quarter points and seven second-quarter points. The Eagles showed they weren’t...
Hartington, February 20 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Osmond High School basketball team will have a game with Cedar Catholic High School on February 20, 2024, 17:00:00 CST.