Judge: State inmates not entitled to minimum wage

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a Nebraska prisoner who argued that he should be making minimum wage for his work behind bars. Stephen Cavanaugh sued several state prison officials earlier this year, saying that over the past year, he was assigned to work as a food server, window washe...

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Judge: State inmates not entitled to minimum wage

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a Nebraska prisoner who argued that he should be making minimum wage for his work behind bars. Stephen Cavanaugh sued several state prison officials earlier this year, saying that over the past year, he was assigned to work as a food server, window washe...

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Gothenburg Memorial Hospital undertakes master plan for its campus

The Gothenburg Memorial Hospital is making big plans on expanding its facility. GMH has seen an increase in the number of patients walking through its doors in the past year. Tinna Therrien, who is the Chief Information Officer of GMH says they are taking a new approach to healthcare by taking a ...

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Sasse hoping to address multiple kinds of reform in Washington

There are multiple things Ben Sasse wants to address if elected to the U.S. Senate seat in Washington. Sasse says they include real entitlement and regulatory reform. "The big two for me have been from the beginning we need to do real entitlement reform that includes health care reform. But we ne...

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Minden Bond Issue to be decided

Minden Public Schools has a bond issue of about $23 million that will be decided on Tuesday. Superintendent Dr. Melissa Wheelock says the scope of the project is a new high school connected to the middle school. "The scope of the project calls for a new high school to be built out to the west fro...

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service seeks public comment on environmental impacts of proposed transmission line in Nebraska

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is publishing a Notice of Intent to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement that will assess the natural and human effects of issuing a permit to authorize the take of the federally endangered American burying beetle. The NOI initiates a 60-day comment period for...

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Oct
31
Fri
4:30 pm Trick or Treating at Park Avenue... @ Park Avenue Estates
Trick or Treating at Park Avenue... @ Park Avenue Estates
Oct 31 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Emeritus at Park Avenue Estates is having “Trick or Treat” from 4:30 to 5:30 on Halloween, Oct 31st.
5:00 pm St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Trunk... @ St Paul's Lutheran Church
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Trunk... @ St Paul's Lutheran Church
Oct 31 @ 5:00 pm
Collect Treats and Candy as you move from car to car. Also serving a light lunch of hot dogs and hot chocolate.
6:00 pm Hallelujah Night – Gothenburg
Hallelujah Night – Gothenburg
Oct 31 @ 6:00 pm
A new way to celebrate Halloween with Clowns for Christ, skits, games, treats, fun, and Jesus.
6:00 pm Harvest Party – Lexington @ Lexington Christian Church
Harvest Party – Lexington @ Lexington Christian Church
Oct 31 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
The Lexington Christian Church will have their Harvest Party on October, 31st from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm.  Games, Chili, Hot Dogs, Cake Walk, Bingo and Bounce House.
6:30 pm Trick or Treating Fun – Lexington @ Lexington Fire Station
Trick or Treating Fun – Lexington @ Lexington Fire Station
Oct 31 @ 6:30 pm
Lexington Volunteer Fire Dept Auxiliary Trick or Treat Fun!!
Nov
1
Sat
all-day Miller Dance
Miller Dance
Nov 1 all-day
No Dance – Private Questions call 308-325-2909

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