After less than six months on the job, Montgomery County IT Director, Jim Scott, turned in his resignation to supervisor at a special May 10 meeting.
The Montgomery County Board of Supervisors received an update from maintenance supervisor Dan Wright on a number of projects at the courthouse and at various county buildings.
Warmer temperatures and drier conditions are in the forecast and farmers will soon be in the fields in full force. That means more equipment will be on the roadways in the coming days.
Editor’s note: In the Montgomery County District 4 Board of Supervisors race, George Bruce is running against incumbent Mark Peterson. The primary election is June 7.
Administration of Montgomery County Memorial Hospital, from left, Ron Kloewer, Krystalle Fada, Rick Leinin and Mike O’Neal, received a pie in the face during a National Hospital Week luncheon for a
The City of Red Oak has almost wrapped up the final details of the 2021 street asphalt project.
Patriotic Productions, a nonprofit based in Omaha, announces the flight of the world’s largest American Flag Hot Air Balloon, America One, in the Omaha skies on May 26 or 27, time and day determine
A road construction worker from Harlan, Brian Kelly Parker, was killed after being struck by a vehicle near Red Oak Thursday evening, May 12.
The Red Oak School Board is finalizing a path forward for assessing the facilities needs and outlining a long-range plan moving forward.
After lengthy discussions, the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors voted against reclassifying a portion of 230th Street in East Township, west of V Avenue, as a Level C Road.