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Eight Nebraska Extension offices across the state will offer workshops in February providing livestock and crop farmers with information on how to turn manure nutrients... [Read More]
James William Sassen, 95, of Grand Island died Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018, in Lincoln. [Read More]
Times submitted by theater for today... [Read More]
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Upcoming and ongoing Lincoln-area street closings. [Read More]
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When it comes to setting agriculture policy, Nebraska needs a seat at the table, plain and simple. [Read More]
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As exciting as a new year is, 2018 still requires persistence against climate change. We are bringing these environmental disasters into the New Year with... [Read More]
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Nebraska Secretary of State John Gale should be commended for his thoughtful leadership in responding to unprecedented requests from President Donald Trump's now-disbanded election integrity... [Read More]
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The American Cancer Society estimates that about 10,000 Nebraskans will be newly diagnosed with cancer this year, including a projected 540 cases of skin cancer.... [Read More]
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Gov. Pete Ricketts is putting close to 9,000 Nebraskans, more than half who live at or below the federal poverty level, at risk when he... [Read More]
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Frank Lloyd Wright purportedly said, "Tip the world over on its side, and everything loose will land in Los Angeles." [Read More]
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President Trump, it has long been observed, has a propensity to agree with the last thing he hears. [Read More]
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According to conservative thinkers Ward Connerly and Mike Gonzalez, the Census Bureau should stop collecting data about race and ethnicity. [Read More]
Highlights from the MUDECAS basketball tournament championships. [Read More]
The Nebraska women's basketball team lost to No. 23 Michigan in overtime Saturday night at Pinnacle Bank Arena. [Read More]
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Around 1890, Amos Bad Heart Bull, an Oglala Sioux who was a U.S. Army Indian Scout at Fort Robinson, purchased a largely blank ledger book... [Read More]
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The Lincoln Journal Star has two new interns joining the newsroom this month. [Read More]
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Dear Jim: We had electric power outages from storms lately. It is inconvenient, so I find some type of backup electric power. What are my... [Read More]
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Many gardeners wonder how to get a professionally designed look in their landscape without hiring a professional? Creating your own designer landscape really isn't hard... [Read More]
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Any way you slice it, Tamayta is not your average spice store. [Read More]
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