Northern Lights

There was a beautiful display of Aurora Borealis early Tuesday morning in some parts of Nebraska.

There was a beautiful display of aurora borealis early Tuesday morning in parts of Northeast Nebraska.

This is a view from Bazile Mills with the Christ Lutheran Church silhouette in front of the aurora borealis.

The northern lights are driven primarily by solar winds — particles emitted from the sun that flow out through space and tear through Earth's magnetosphere, creating a colorful light show.

In other news

Guests can embark on an Atlantic cruise with the members of the Norfolk Community Theatre as they present the Tony Award-winning musical “Anything Goes” starting Thursday, Dec. 2, at the Cox Activities Center at Northeast Community College.

WAYNE — The Fred G. Dale Planetarium at Wayne State College will begin its 2021 holiday season with "Season of Light" on Friday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m.

A Knox County farmer who was featured in a New York Times article last week will be among those attending a workshop Wednesday evening just north of O’Neill that will include discussion of a consumption tax.