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By Kaleb Henry, Executive News Director KEARNEY - A Kearney senator doesn’t believe LGBT persons should be added to anti-discrimination protections under a bill in the legislature. Dist. 37 Sen. John Lowe of Kearney opposes LB173, sponsored b... Read More
Courtesy Learfield News GRAND ISLAND - Nebraskans are seeing huge flocks of birds filling the morning and evening skies, giant clouds of feathered creatures that often take several minutes to pass. While thousands of Sandhill cranes are leaving... Read More
Courtesy Learfield News LINCOLN - About 650 Nebraska Vietnam Veterans will be taking a quick but important trip on May 1st. They are part of the Vietnam War Honor Flight to Washington D.C. Patriotic Production's Bill Williams is organizing the ... Read More
Courtesy Learfield News LINCOLN - State legislators face their toughest challenge when they return from the Easter break: the state budget. Appropriations Committee chair, John Stinner of Gering, says his committee faced a tough task. The proje... Read More
By Kaleb Henry, Executive News Director LINCOLN - Schools and educators in Nebraska are troubled by tax-cut talk as budget negotiations continue at the Statehouse. Over the past several years, state funding for K-through-12 education has dropped d... Read More
By Kaleb Henry, Executive News Director KEARNEY - Central Community College has announced the sale of its Kearney Center for $1.5 million to a Kearney-based business. The multiple-bid process took less than a month. The college must give posse... Read More
By Kaleb Henry, Executive News Director JUNIATA - Adams County Board of Supervisors will have to fill a now open seat as second-term member Michael Weeks died on Thursday. Weeks, of Juniata, was 67. The Board will meet Tuesday to begin the process... Read More
Associated Press GRAND ISLAND - The U.S. Postal Service has announced that Grand Island's main post office will relocate from downtown to a building on the western edge of town. The Grand Island Independent reports that the announcement was mad... Read More
Associated Press GRAND ISLAND - The Grand Island City Council has hired a company to assist the city with deciding how to use land that will become available when the veterans home moves to Kearney. The council unanimously voted last week to ap... Read More
Associated Press LINCOLN - Nebraska's youngest state senators agree the state needs to do more to keep college-educated young workers from leaving, but they're still largely divided along party lines about how to accomplish it. Eight of the sta... Read More
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