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Death penalty group `cautiously optimistic' about signatures

Organizers of a campaign to reinstate Nebraska's death penalty say they're cautiously optimistic they'll gather enough signatures to place the issue on the 2016 ballot. Nebraskans for the Death Penalty has less than a month remaining to gather about 58,000 signatures before an August 27th deadlin...

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Death penalty group `cautiously optimistic' about signatures

Organizers of a campaign to reinstate Nebraska's death penalty say they're cautiously optimistic they'll gather enough signatures to place the issue on the 2016 ballot. Nebraskans for the Death Penalty has less than a month remaining to gather about 58,000 signatures before an August 27th deadlin...

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Americans Favor Farmers and Food During Drought

A new Associated Press-GfK poll finds most Americans think of water as a limited resource that can be depleted if people use too much. The national survey provides a glimpse into how Americans think water should be managed when abnormally dry weather is afflicting parts of the country, and water...

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Reds season comes to end at Senior State Tournament

COZAD - Two back-to-back nine run innings allowed Blair to jump out and win convincingly against Cozad 20-2 in five innings at Muny Park, in an elimination game at the Class B Senior State Tournament Sunday afternoon. Cozad had to play from behind for the second straight game at state after allow...

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Southern Rust and Gray Leaf Spot Increasing in NE Corn

Southern rust (Figure 1 above) continues to be confirmed in samples from numerous counties in eastern and south central Nebraska, as indicated on the IPM PIPE website. The disease has reportedly been confirmed at low incidence and severity in the fields thus far, but with recent days of warm humid c...

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Judge orders return of Lincoln man's gun collection

A judge has ordered that a man's gun collection seized last year by police must be returned to him, but Lincoln ordinances won't let him have them in the city. Police confiscated 24 handguns from Kevin Williams, who was accused of illegally possessing them after being convicted of having an illegal...

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Jul
7
Tue
all-day Dawson County Museum “Wash Day” ... @ Dawson County Historical Museum
Dawson County Museum “Wash Day” ... @ Dawson County Historical Museum
Jul 7 – Aug 29 all-day
Dawson County Museum “Wash Day” July 7th to August 29th.  Wash in the tub, aprons on the clothesline, iron on the board… do you remember wash day?  The latest exhibit in the Dawson County Museum’s[...]
Jul
27
Mon
10:00 am Friends & Foundation Booksale – ... @ Wilson Public Library
Friends & Foundation Booksale – ... @ Wilson Public Library
Jul 27 @ 10:00 am – Aug 6 @ 5:00 pm
The Friends of the Wilson Public Library’s Annual Book Sale is July 27-August 6 from 10am-5pm in the library conference room. The library recently received an anonymous donation of 18 boxes of books in excellent[...]
Jul
28
Tue
all-day Youth Football Camp Set For Cozad
Youth Football Camp Set For Cozad
Jul 28 – Aug 5 all-day
The Haymaker youth football camp will be held on August 5th and 6th from 8:30AM-12PM. The camp is for grades 4-8. Registration sheets are available at the Cozad Community Wellness Center.
Aug
3
Mon
11:30 am New Teacher Luncheon – Lexington
New Teacher Luncheon – Lexington
Aug 3 @ 11:30 am
The Lexington Area Chamber of Commerce would like to welcome new teachers and staff members to the Lexington Public School system. The New Teacher Luncheon will be on Monday, August 3rd starting at 11:30am. Businesses[...]

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