WayneAmerica.com is proud to announce our Student of the Week for this week — Mason Karsky, a fourth grader at St. Mary’s Elementary. Mason is the son of Jason and Jill Karsky, and was nominated by his teacher, Sara Westerhold. In his nomination, Westerhold said that Karsky is a helpful and caring student who is […]
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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 […]
A new concert series is starting here in Wayne, and Mike sits down with Jill Brodersen, organizer of the first Bressler Fest that gets going this Sunday in Bressler Park here in Wayne America.
WayneAmerica.com is proud to announce its first Student of the Week for the 2016-17 school year at Wayne Community Schools. The honor goes to kindergartner Keaton Hall, the son of Brandon and Kirby Hall. He was nominated by his teacher, Lisa Meyer. Keaton is a model student, according to his teacher. He is kind, helpful […]
The 37th annual Wayne Chicken Show is coming up this weekend, and there are a ton of fun activities that are part of Wayne’s annual community festival. Mike sits down with Irene Fletcher of Wayne Area Economic Development and the Chamber of Commerce to run down some of the highlights of this year’s festivities. Time […]
A special edition of Voice of Wayne America this week, as Mike sits down with New York Times bestselling author Robert Tremblay, who was in Wayne this past week to talk about his book “Twenty-Seconds: A True Account Of Survival & Hope.” It’s an interview you don’t want to miss.
It’s a special edition of Voice of Wayne America this week, as Mike sits down with four members of the Class of 2017 from Wayne High School to talk about the end of school, some of their memories and what the future holds for them.
This week, Mike revisits the Providence Medical Center Foundation’s capital campaign efforts with PMCF board member Galen Wiser. The hospital foundation’s efforts to raise $1.5 million are going well, and we have an update on this week’s podcast.
Gloryann Koester and her husband, Larry, have been married for 65 years and have brought a ton of joy and happiness to Brookdale since moving there from their family farm west of Allen two years ago. Gloryann was recently honored as the Resident of the Year by the Nebraska Assisted Living Association. (Photo by Michael […]
Wayne’s downtown businesses are busier than they have been in quite some time, thanks to a growing business community that is seeking to promote downtown. An upcoming Shop Hop event promises a lot of great opportunities for local consumers, and Mark Kanitz sits down with Mike for this week’s Voice of Wayne America to talk […]