Diana Hutchison of Council Bluffs did the same thing to the Platte County Historical Society in Columbus, where she got away with $2,625, and $4,500 from the city of Rushville.
Here's a look at what stood out from the second day of postseason volleyball.
Monday officially marked the start of the postseason for high school volleyball teams from the Missouri River to Chimney Rock. Recap the action.
Zach Fox brought down the big interception in the fourth quarter, and added a key snag on an onside kick attempt for good measure.
This ricochet lifted the Cavaliers to their fourth state championship final in seven seasons.
“It’s just one of those deals, practice makes perfect, but it doesn’t happen very often in games, but when it does I feel like (Chvatal) was prepared."
This may be the most talented batch of Class C teams to come together in Hastings. Intrigued yet? Here's how it might shake out this week.
Xavier Albertson intercepted a pass at his team's 1-yard line midway through the fourth quarter to help Class A No. 10 North Platte down No. 8 Lincoln East.
Beginning with Malcolm using a less-is-more approach to overcome a midseason slump, here's a roundup of how area teams fared in district finals action.
Crete's Mackenzie Steuer laced a walk-off single to upend top-seeded Wayne 6-5 in the B-6 softball subdistrict championship Monday in Wayne.
Alyssa Fortik had the athleticism, range and quickness to play shortstop.
The Clippers trailed the third set 24-21 but rallied for a 29-27 win to cap an impressive road win — "It gives a lot of confidence to our girls.”
The Warriors and Clippers squared off Tuesday at Wahoo High School. Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler.
An Iowa woman could get up to two years of imprisonment at her sentencing in December on the felony theft by deception charge.
Fifth-rated Syracuse continued its unbeaten run at the Malcolm triangular — “They just kind of came out firing," the Rockets' coach said.
With only one senior on the roster, Freeman has a bright future. But the Falcons, who entered the game at 15-5, are built to succeed now, too.
Class C-1 No. 5 Syracuse remained unbeaten with a two-game sweep against No. 9 Malcolm on Tuesday in Malcolm. Journal Star photos by Francis Gardler
Here's a look at Saturday's city high school highlights.
Malcolm may be the third-smallest school in Class C-1, but the Clippers are looking to punch above their weight in 2021.