Morgan addresses rural hospital closure crisis

47 rural hospitals have closed nationwide, wounding rural communities, and leaving some of the nation's most vulnerable populations without timely access to care. National Rural Health Association CEO Alan Morgan explains who the NRHA is. "Well the National Rural Health Association is a National,...

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Morgan addresses rural hospital closure crisis

47 rural hospitals have closed nationwide, wounding rural communities, and leaving some of the nation's most vulnerable populations without timely access to care. National Rural Health Association CEO Alan Morgan explains who the NRHA is. "Well the National Rural Health Association is a National,...

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Cigar shop bill advances to debate in Nebraska Legislature

A bill to allow smoking in designated cigar shops will be debated by the full Nebraska Legislature. The General Affairs committee voted 7-0 Wednesday to advance the measure, with one senator abstaining. The measure by Sen. Tyson Larson of O'Neill would exclude cigar shops from the 2008 Nebraska Cl...

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Cozad High School students and staff to partake in Maker Fair

The Cozad High School students and staff will be launching a new activity they call, Maker Fair on Feb. 5 and 6. Staff and community members will be teaching 37 different courses throughout the two days that are not normally offered during a typical school day. The Maker Fair is loosely based on col...

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Nebraska ed. board member rejects calls for his resignation

A Nebraska education member is refusing to leave office despite a vote from his colleagues that called for his resignation after racist content appeared on his blog. The Nebraska State Board of Education voted 6-2 on Wednesday for member Pat McPherson to resign. Top elected officials have called on...

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Judge Rejects Farm Groups' Lawsuit to Keep EPA Data Private

A federal judge has rejected a lawsuit by two major farm groups that sought to block the release of data on large livestock farms in Minnesota and Iowa. The American Farm Bureau Federation and the National Pork Producers Council filed the lawsuit in in Minneapolis in 2013 after some activist groups...

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Jan
29
Thu
all-day Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Jan 29 all-day
1:00 pm Bulletin Deadline; 8:00 pm AA & Alanon
7:30 pm Cozad Entertainment @ Cozad High School Auditorium
Cozad Entertainment @ Cozad High School Auditorium
Jan 29 @ 7:30 pm
Cozad Entertainment Series – Todd Oliver & Friends  Ventriloquism, Music & Comedy For Tickets call: Sandy 308-784-3831 or Shirley 308-784-3542  
Jan
30
Fri
all-day “Picture This” Nebraska Poet La... @ Museum of Nebraska Art
“Picture This” Nebraska Poet La... @ Museum of Nebraska Art
Jan 30 all-day
The Museum of Nebraska Art presents, Picture This: Nebraska Poet Laureates– Ted Kooser on view January 30 – April 19, 2015 Picture This: Nebraska Poet Laureates, explores the purpose of poetry, creating a synthesis of the[...]
all-day Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Hope Evangelical Lutheran – Smit...
Jan 30 all-day
7:00 pm Congregational Council workshop with Mark Vander Tuig
2:00 pm Business Spotlight – Flowers of ... @ Flowers of Joy
Business Spotlight – Flowers of ... @ Flowers of Joy
Jan 30 @ 2:00 pm
Lexington Area Chamber of Commerce Business Spotlight, Flowers of Joy, 1212 N. Adams, 2 p.m. on Friday, January 30th. Stop by Flowers of Joy for coffee and cookies! Join us for a tour! Flowers of[...]
5:00 pm Business After Hours – Lexington @ Kirk's Nebraskaland
Business After Hours – Lexington @ Kirk's Nebraskaland
Jan 30 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Lexington Clipper Herald will have Business After Hours Friday, January 30th from 5-7 PM.  Come and wish Terrie Baker good luck on her new job as publisher of the North Platte Telegraph.  Meet the[...]

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