- Associated Press - Friday, June 24, 2016

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Officials say several highway pavement projects that likely will disrupt traffic are scheduled to begin next week in southeast Nebraska.

One project will run for about dozen miles on Nebraska Highway 4 west of Beatrice to Plymouth. Another will run nearly 10 miles on Nebraska Highway 33 west of Crete.

A third project is set for U.S. Highway 6 from Milford west three miles. Another pavement project will run along the 55M spur southeast of Malcolm.

The Nebraska Roads Department says traffic will be controlled with flaggers and pilot vehicles.

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