The Freedom Drivers Project (FDP) was parked in front of Ford World Headquarters Monday, May 14th for the Driving a Better Tomorrow event, part of a week of meetings that brought in Ford Purchasing Managers from around the globe. Laura Cyrus, TAT operations director, spoke as part of a meeting held in the morning and all employees at the Ford WHQ were invited to tour the Freedom Drivers Project throughout


May 2018

Trucker Tuesday!

Was Sydney Loofe the victim of human trafficking? While that’s not a question officials are answering yet, her tragic death has lead to more local awareness and education of trafficking. Loofe was a 2011 graduate of Neligh-Oakdale, which is why a Hunter Bergman, a 2016 graduate, is raising awareness for the cause that is close to the hearts of those in Antelope County — anti-human trafficking. ​Bergman is part of

It’s late morning at Palate Coffee Brewery in downtown Sanford and — with college students, the suit-and-tie-contingent, a pair of young couples and a cupcake-munching toddler — the place is mobbed. Tina Kadolph, one of the owners, hurriedly wipes crumbs from a table and shakes her head. “It’s amazing,” she says of the crowd. “We started out not really knowing anything about coffee. We just wanted to be part of

A former Kentucky judge has been sentenced to 20 years in prison on human trafficking charges. Timothy Nolan, a 71-year-old former Campbell County District Judge, pleaded guilty to human trafficking and other felony sex crimes involving minors, according to multiple reports. Nolan is also a conservative political activist and worked on President Trump’s campaign in Kentucky during the 2016 election. Nolan apologized and vowed to seek treatment during his sentencing