On the run for years from local (animal) law enforcement, this gentle giant was finally apprehended and now lives a life of luxury.
Angus T. Loner, a bullmastiff, eluded authorities for years prowling the eastern side of Grand Island. Until he was finally captured and loved on.
The dog became the mascott for the Central Nebraska Humane Society and goodwill ambassador for Grand Island. Public appearances became few as the pooch became old enough to earn senior discounts for fast-food lunches, but he inspired the residents of Grand Island until passing away in June of 2014.
Railside continues to rock. The Hear Grand Island concert series returns in 2017.
Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer recently completed a $7 million dollar restoration of the Edward Durell Stone building that anchors their property.
The people of Grand Island represent the true make up the community. Meet some of the characters of the city in these interviews.