Nebraska City Tourism & Commerce presented its annual awards at its banquet tonight followed by an episode of "Who Wants to be a Nebraska City Millionaire," hosted by Nebraska City's Regis Philbin, Rick Freshman. The annual Organization of the Year, Business of the Year and Golden Apple of the Year awards were presented.


Nebraska City Tourism & Commerce presented its annual awards at its banquet tonight followed by an episode of "Who Wants to be a Nebraska City Millionaire," hosted by Nebraska City's Regis Philbin, Rick Freshman. The annual Organization of the Year, Business of the Year and Golden Apple of the Year awards were presented.

Nebraska City Utilities was honored as the Organization of the Year; merchants negatively impacted by the flood and Finders Keepers Antique Mall, owned by Jim and Alicia Chrastil were given the Business of the Year honor and the Presbyterian Church was honored with the Golden Apple of the Year honor.

A follow up story is in the works for the Tuesday News-Press, which will also include a salute to NCTC and these award winners.