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Libby McKay, director of Norfolk Youth Theatre and board president of Norfolk Community Theatre, talks about the importance of theater for youth and the upcoming performances of the Norfolk Youth Theatre.
Jesse Thomas of Randolph builds and sells his creations under the mantle of his self-owned and operated guitar business, Hummingbird Guitars. He designs and assembles both solid-body electric guitars and hollow-bodied resonators, with the latter designs made frequently out of cigar boxes tha…
Despite the flood in 2019 and the coronavirus in 2020, business is good at the tavern in Monowi, Nebraska's town with a population of one person. The tavern will celebrate its 50th year this year.
The first of Faith Regional Health Services’ employees and providers received their initial dose of COVID-19 vaccinations on Tuesday. Dr. Andrew Linnaus, an emergency room physician at Faith Regional, said he's excited to "get on the other end of this."
Firefighters with the Norfolk Fire and Rescue Division conducted training with several other area departments Sunday at a former residence on South Fifth Street, near Ta-Ha-Zouka Park. The goal of the training was to have firefighters work together to enhance their firefighting skills and te…
Like many events across the country over the past six months, the Christian Cross Festival had to be postponed from its original June date and cut from two days to one.
The new skate park in Norfolk officially opened on Saturday. Norfolk Mayor Josh Moenning and Anthony Thompson, who was instrumental in getting the new park built, were among the speakers at the event.
Pierce Fire & Rescue recently acquired a new airboat for water rescue operations. Staff reporter Cole Bauer met up with personnel from Pierce and Norfolk as they launched the boat for training on Wednesday evening.
Saturday's gathering near CVS at the intersection of 13th Street and Norfolk Avenue to protest racial inequality began in the mid-morning and is expected to last until about 6 p.m.
Firefighters arrived around 2 p.m. After two hours, the situation appeared to be under control. Smoldering piles of brush and compost were extinguished and firefighters were cutting down dead trees and clearing brush from the scene.
Oktoberfest, the Lions Club Parade, arts festival -- there were plenty of things to do in Norfolk over the weekend. Did Daily News photographer Jake Wragge spot you?