Norfolk Daily News is a daily newspaper located in downtown Norfolk, Nebraska, and is one of just a handful of daily newspapers owned and managed by an individual family. Kent Warneke serves as editor of the Norfolk Daily News. The Huse family, including publisher Jerry Huse, has owned and managed the Norfolk Daily News since 1887. Four generations of the Huse family have run the Norfolk Daily News; a fifth generation is involved in management. Jerry Huse became publisher in 1956 when he was 29, becoming the youngest publisher of a daily newspaper in Nebraska. He remains publisher today.
The Norfolk Daily News is the leader in news coverage in Northeast and North Central Nebraska. The print edition readers 16,000 subscribers and the weekly Plus edition reaches another nearly 10,000 households. The website, www.norfolkdailynews.com, is the most popular media website in Northeast Nebraska, reaching more than 250,000 unique visitors. Readers enjoy contests sponsored by the Daily News and area businesses.
The Norfolk Daily News has nearly two dozen journalists in the editorial department, corvering local news, sports, obituaries, celebrations, business, city, region, youth, entertainment, agriculture and more. The website has an extensive photo gallery and also features live streaming sports, a sports program and news video. A weather camera allows readers to view outside weather 24 hours a day.
Besides providing the most reliable news in Northeast Nebraska, the Daily News also hosts and maintains websites for local businesses, as well as advises on social networking, including Facebook and Twitter.