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Hudson-Meng Bison Kill in Harrison, Nebraska

25 minutes agoLifestyle / Travel : Atlas Obscura

Sometimes you just want to dig a hole, and you end up making a monumental discovery, such as with the Hudson-Meng Bison Kill, which was found when two ranchers were just trying to dig a pond. In 1954, Nebraska cattlemen Bill Hudson and...Show More Summary

The Bottom Line: Medicaid Expansion a Fiscal Winner for Nebraska

Evidence shows that states that have expanded Medicaid have witnessed substantially faster growth in healthcare jobs than states that have not expanded.   According to a report from Dr. Allan Jenkins and Dr. Ron Konecny of the University of Nebraska at Kearney, expanding Medicaid in Nebraska would support 10,779 jobs in Nebraska in FY 2019-20. Show More Summary

Predicting the 10 Hardest Hitters for 2015 College Football Season

What’s the nastiest hit you’ ve ever seen? Was it South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney blowing up Michigan’s Vincent Smith in the 2013 Outback Bowl? What about Nebraska’s Kenny Bell violently blocking Wisconsin’s Devin Smith in the 2012...Show More Summary

Huskers Football 2015 QB Fall Practice Preview: Depth Chart and Analysis

As we get closer to the start of fall practice, now is a good time to start looking at the Nebraska Cornhuskers football roster and depth chart to get a better idea of what we might see this season. There’s no more important position...Show More Summary

Creighton, Nebraska in top 10 in men's basketball attendance

Creighton, Nebraska rank among top 10 nationally in attendance in men's college basketball        

7-year-old boy wounded by celebratory bullet while watching neighborhood fireworks show

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

A 7-year-old Nebraska boy was recovering after being hit with a bullet that police believe was fired as part of a Fourth of July celebration. Jim Riddle told the Omaha World-Herald that he was surprised on Saturday when his grandson, Leyton, did not come back out of the house to watch the rest of...

Heart of Americanness

By Tore Rasmussen Steien I was headed for Nebraska. Now, there's a sentence you don't want to have to say too often if you can possibly help it. —Bill Bryson "Good to hear. I assume it will take us about...

Food Baskets and Farmers Market Build Momentum with Omaha and Santee

Since I started work for the Center for Rural Affairs in November 2013, I have been both at the “beginning” and the “later” stages of two garden projects. They are for the Santee Sioux and Omaha Tribes in Northeast Nebraska. The Santee Garden to Market Project started in 2011 with establishment of 15 gardens. Show More Summary

Nebraska Football: Why Cethan Carter Will Be Cornhuskers' X-Factor in 2015

Nebraska football fans know the college football season is right around the corner, and they are trying to prepare themselves. Amid the barbecues and swimming pools, fans are combing through the 2015 roster trying to determine whom (in...Show More Summary

Meet Juan Sandoval, REAP Hispanic Business Center Director

I grew up in the 3rd largest city in Venezuela. When I moved to Norfolk, Nebraska in 1999, it was a bit of a culture shock. But I love that everyone in town knows who I am. Everywhere I go, I run into a friend. I have learned to appreciate the little things in life. Show More Summary

Women Landowners Set to Make Changes after Attending Workshop

On Wednesday, June 10, a Women Caring for the Land workshop met at the Pender, Nebraska, fire hall. As a female intern for the Center for Rural Affairs, I attended the workshop to help other women from the Center run the day’s events. Women Caring for the Land is a project of the Women Food and AG Network. Show More Summary

Guess Who This Banged Baby Turned Into!

Before this blunt cut cutie was chopping it up as a Hollywood actress she was just another sweet little lady posing for a picture in Omaha, Nebraska. Can you guess who she is?!

Power Ranking Nebraska's 2015 Schedule from Easiest to Toughest

As the calendar turns to July, Nebraska football fans can start to see the 2015 season take shape. So as they wonder what the first season under new head coach Mike Riley will be like, it’s a good time to look at the schedule game-by-game...Show More Summary

Business Owner Capitalizes on Talent and Learning for Greater Success

Vibrant business owners have a diversity of skills. Not only do they need to know their product, they need to know the business of doing business. Lorena Ramirez owns Mi Mundo in Lexington, Nebraska. She knows that to expand and succeed in business, you must be willing to capitalize on your own talents. Show More Summary

Glenn Binder: 95-Year-Old Retired Farmer Gets Divorced, Ordered To Pay More In Alimony Than His Monthly Income

Glenn Binder is a 95-year-old retired farmer who just got divorced from his 96-year-old wife after 32 years of marriage. But when Binder went to a Nebraska court to finalize terms of the split, a judge ordered that he pay $3,200 in monthly...Show More Summary

Syracuse Lands 7-foot-2 Providence Center Paschal Chukwu

last weekBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Syracuse has landed 7-foot-2 Providence transfer Paschal Chukwu, his high school coach confirmed to Chukwu will sit out the 2015-16 season and have three years to play He visited Iona, Kansas, Nebraska, Virginia and Michigan State before visiting Syracuse this weekend and making his decision. According to, the Orange are now over their scholarship […]

First Gay Couples Get Marriage Licenses in Arkansas, Texas, Tennessee, Nebraska

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

  While Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell says the Supreme Court ruling “overturns the will of the people of Louisiana” and that “nothing in today’s decision makes the court’s order effective immediately,”  and Mississippi Attorney Gener… The post First Gay Couples Get Marriage Licenses in Arkansas, Texas, Tennessee, Nebraska appeared first on Towleroad.

Nebraska Football: Incoming Freshmen Most Likely to Start This Season

Nebraska football fans already know they are in for big changes with the arrival of new head coach Mike Riley. But after being caught in a Groundhog Day type of almost-but-not-quite-good-enough seasons in the past, it’s a legitimateShow More Summary

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