Ransen and Josie Broders stand in the middle of The Beaumont, a new events center they are building on the north edge of Wayne. The couple is excited about the building’s progress and are hopeful to have everything ready to go just in time for the 2018 spring wedding season. (Photo by Michael Carnes) It […]
Got an old computer, TV or video game system that you’ve been meaning to take to the dump? Don’t do that — take it to the electronics recycling collection that is being held by the Wayne Green Team on Saturday. Sandy Brown of the Wayne Green Team talks about this weekend’s recycling effort at the […]
The solar eclipse (pictured) that traveled across the country earlier this week was traveled through Nebraska, and students from Wayne Elementary School were able to see it thanks to a field trip to Central City on Monday. (Photo copyright Mikey C Productions) It’s not unusual for elementary-age students to take a day out of their […]
This week’s Voice of Wayne America podcast focuses on the upcoming eclipse. Mike talks with Dr. Todd Young of Wayne State College and Kaki Ley of State Nebraska Bank about the upcoming historical event and how people can view the eclipse.
EPSON MFP image Usually, people start hearing about the United Way’s fundraising efforts in the fall. Here in Wayne, they’re getting a bit of a head start, thanks to a freewill-donation barbecue that’s coming up next Thursday, Aug. 24, in the Ameritas parking lot on Main Street. The Wayne United Way is hoping to raise […]
John Williams sprays kerosene on the unserviceable flags that were part of the opening ceremonies for the 95th annual Wayne County Fair. After 27 years on the fair board and watching the fair grow over the years, Williams said it is time to step down as a board member. (Photo copyright Mikey C Productions) During […]