Police: Drugs found in child’s sock linked to York man’s arrest | Nebraska

YORK — A sachet of methamphetamine found in the sock of a youth at a day care center led to the arrest of a 47-year-old York man. Chad Loreman has pleaded not guilty in York County District Court to six counts of felonies arising out of his arrest on suspicion of drug trafficking and child … Read more

FirstBank is partnering with Middle Tennessee-based Second Harvest Food Bank to set up an on-campus pantry

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (December 6, 2022) – Nashville-based FirstBank has donated $15,000 to the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee to establish the FirstBank Food Pantry at STEM Prep Middle School. The FirstBank Food Pantry is available to students, families, faculty and staff through the end of the school year. The on-campus pantry is expected … Read more

Kentucky is on track to have fewer fatal accidents this year than it did in 2021

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) — Kentucky is making strides when it comes to road safety. During the holiday season, transport leaders say they see more accidents. In the last five years, the driver has been affected in more than 500 of them. So far this year, however, the numbers for the final months of the year … Read more

The Pennington County Commission supports the proposed changes to the Electoral Code

Nearly six weeks after its introduction, a letter presenting proposed changes to South Dakota’s election laws received the Pennington County Board of Commissioners’ approval stamp Tuesday morning. The letter, written by Pennington County Commissioner Travis Lasseter and addressed to Gov. Kristi Noem, senators and representatives, the South Dakota Secretary of State and the State Board … Read more

Secretary of Commerce begins multi-state tour of US to strengthen trade ties at state level

Commerce Secretary Greg Hands is traveling coast-to-coast to discuss opportunities for closer trade ties with several US states In South Carolina, Hands will sign the UK’s third state-level memorandum of understanding to boost trade and investment The multi-state visit will also include California – which would be the world’s fifth largest economy if it were … Read more

Legislature is introducing rule proposals for the 2023 Montana Legislature

HELENA – Beginning of the 68th term of the Montana Legislatureth In less than a month, lawmakers took their first steps on Tuesday to set out the rules under which the session will proceed. The House Rules Committee and the Senate Rules Committee met at the State Capitol — both separately and jointly — to … Read more

opinion | Trump is still popular with Republicans in Iowa

The media narrative insists that former President Donald Trump is losing Republican support, but that’s not true. Sam Knupp, Opinion Writer December 6, 2022 Former President Donald Trump is still popular with Republicans, and Iowa is no exception. Since the midterm elections, I’ve read many articles claiming that Trump has lost the support and influence … Read more

Louisiana vs Houston Independence Bowl Prediction 12/23/22

The Independence Bowl is scheduled for Friday afternoon when the Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns (6-6) play the Houston Cougars (7-5). Louisiana celebrates its 10th birthdayth bowl game and are looking for their fourth straight win. Houston celebrates its 30th birthdayth Look and will try to improve on their 12-16-1 record. Below is my college football pick … Read more

Shaker graduate Tommy Kahnle returns to the New York Yankees

Shaker High School graduate Tommy Kahnle, who still lives in the capital area, will once again be playing much closer to home. Kahnle, a right-hander, reached an agreement with the New York Yankees on Tuesday. He played for New York from 2017 to 2020 before spending the last two seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers. … Read more