UPDATE: The April 9th Granger Smith concert at UNK has been canceled. Those who have purchased tickets will receive refund. Inquire at 308.865.1563 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPDATE: Kearney Public Schools has closed all buildings for the year. Learning will move online.
UPDATE: Nebraska State Tax Day moved back to July 15th
UPDATE: Live horse racing at Fonner Park has resumed without spectators. www.fonnerpark.com for more.
Kane Brown’s May 7th concert in Lincoln has been postponed to September 10th.
UPDATE: Kearney Catholic Schools closed through April 3rd.
Governor Pete Rickets has issued an executive order allowing establishments to sell beer, wine, and spirits to customers placing take out orders. This also applies to drive thrus.
The World Theater is closed in Kearney.
The Y102 St. Jude Radio Event has been moved to ONLINE only here at the website. There will be no LIVE event Marth 26th and 27th at Hilltop Mall.
Wal Mart will operate daily from 7am-8:30pm. Tuesday’s from 6-7am are exclusive senior shopping times.
MONA and The Frank House in Kearney are closed.
The Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles has suspended operations at this time.
Target of Kearney is closing daily at 9pm. ALSO the first hour of business each day is reserved for elderly customers and those with underlying health concerns.
The Safe Center’s Purses For A Purpose scheduled for April 3rd has been postponed.
Nebraska Football has officially canceled the April 18th Spring game. All ticket holders will receive a refund.
Kearney Cinema 8 has closed temporarily to help control the spread of coronavirus.
KPS Foundation Event Class Act scheduled for March 28th has been postponed.
The USHL has canceled the remainder of the season. This decision means NO Tri City Storm hockey.
Ashley McBryde concert scheduled for March 19th at Bourbon Theater in Lincoln rescheduled for July 23rd.
HyVee Kearney in store dining has closed. Stores will now be open 8am-8pm. ALSO stores will open from 7-8 for high risk customers including the elderly and those with underlying health issues.
The University of Nebraska at Kearney is suspending face-to-face classes starting Wednesday due to immediate concerns about the spread of the novel coronavirus. UNK will evaluate the decision on an ongoing basis.
Buffalo Wild WIngs in Kearney and Grand Island have transitioned to ALL carry out/delivery services. ALSO BOGO Traditional Tuesday AND BOGO Boneless Thursday specials will be honored with take out. Also hours are now 11am-10pm.
BOTH Cunningham’s locations in Kearney have transitioned over to take out services only. Dining rooms are closed. Hours are now 11am to 9pm.
The statewide tornado drills that were scheduled to start 10 AM, Wednesday March 25th for the states of Nebraska and Iowa have been canceled.
Gov. Pete Ricketts announced public events and gatherings are limited to 10 people or fewer statewide following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control. He said businesses can stay open and the limit does not include grocery stores.
The Nebraska volleyball spring match, scheduled for Saturday, April 25 against Northern Colorado in Grand Island, has been canceled due to the COVID-19 public health threat.
Runza Restaurants will shift to drive thru service only and stores will close at 9pm each evening until further notice.
Y102/St. Jude Thank You Night scheduled for 3/26 at Cunningham’s is canceled.
The Kearney Little League Board has announced that the delayed start date of the Little League season has changed: It was April 6th; It is now May 11th.
The Lincoln Marathon/Half Marathon is canceled.
ALL NSAA activity practices are suspended until Monday, March 30 and all NSAA activity competitions are suspended until Thursday, April 2. These suspensions may be extended should the conditions warrant.
The NAIA and MIAA have cancelled all Spring sports. This affects the Hastings College Athletic department along with UNK.
Hastings College will conduct classes online from March 23rd through April 9th.
CCC closed through March 29th
CHI Heath limiting visitors at all 15 hospitals.ALL gatherings are canceled.
The Letterman scheduled for March 24th at The Merryman in Kearney is postponed.
In reaction to fears the Corona Virus will spread ALL major sports leagues halted their seasons . The NCAA has cancelled ALL Winter and Spring competition AND championships. This includes March Madness and the College World Series. Omaha officials estimate the decision will cost the area upwards of $75 million in revenue.
Nebraska Spring Football has been suspended until April 6th per a Big 10 decision to suspend ALL organized athletic activities now including practice.
Berkshire Hathaway will not hold their annual shareholders meeting on May 2nd in Omaha.
The spring leg of Dan + Shay The (Arena) Tour has been postponed. The tour has been rescheduled, and previously purchased tickets will be honored. Check venue websites for updates and further information. The Omaha show is now on August 13th, Kansas City show is now on August 14th, Denver is now on October 15th.