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Obama power plant cuts draw praise, criticism in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb.  President Barack Obama's effort to cut greenhouse gases from U.S. power plants is drawing praise from a leading Nebraska environmental group, but an Omaha-based think tank is urging state officials to fight the plan. The group Bold Nebraska on Monday hailed the federal Clean Power...

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Obama power plant cuts draw praise, criticism in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb.  President Barack Obama's effort to cut greenhouse gases from U.S. power plants is drawing praise from a leading Nebraska environmental group, but an Omaha-based think tank is urging state officials to fight the plan. The group Bold Nebraska on Monday hailed the federal Clean Power...

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Wet Harvest Possible With El Nino

Wide swings in precipitation during the upcoming fall and winter due to El Nino have weather agency forecasters cautious about the impact on harvest conditions, river flow and fire potential in the upper Missouri River basin. The region extends from Montana to Minnesota and from North Dakota to Nebr...

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Nebraska paper carrier helps woman trapped in pickup

KEARNEY, Neb. A 9-year-old newspaper carrier is being hailed as a hero for rescuing a Nebraska woman who was trapped in her pickup for more than an hour. Skyler Wilson was on his route delivering the Kearney Hub newspaper on July 20 when he heard 69-year-old Rosy Drake crying for help from inside...

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Nebraska State Fair to show ag in different shapes, sizes

Agriculture will appear in a variety of forms at this year's Nebraska State Fair, from trading cards to the newest farm machinery. The Grand Island Independent reports that in addition to the regular equipment displays, visitors can also collect agriculture education trading cards. This year's fair...

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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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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
3:00 pm Monday Afternoon Book Club – Lex... @ Lexington Public Library
Monday Afternoon Book Club – Lex... @ Lexington Public Library
Aug 3 @ 3:00 pm
Now is the time to join the Monday Afternoon Book Club at the Lexington Public Library!.. We meet the first Monday of the month at 3 pm.  The book selected for August is “The Showmaker’s[...]

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