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(VIDEO & AUDIO) Wendland recognized for going above and beyond

In vidoe below Lexington Regional Health Center DAISY Award Committee members Courtney Wenburg, NA read about the origins of The DAISY Award, Lacey Anderson, BSN read Kristine Wendland's , LPC-C nomin... Read More

Brave leaders and more tech will buck rural trends, speaker says

  LINCOLN -- Rural communities are economic dead zones, so say leading economists, bankers and accountants. Chuck Schroeder of the Rural Futures Institute at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln calls those people "doom-ographers," and claims t... Read More

NFL Scores

Sunday Oct 22nd NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE= Final Minnesota 24 Baltimore 16 Final Buffalo 30 Tampa Bay 27 Final Jacksonville 27 Indianapolis 0 Final Miami 31 N-Y Jets 28 Final L.A. Rams 33 Arizona 0 Final New Orleans 26 Green Bay 17 Final C... Read More

Ogallala man wins hood decorating contest

Savión Smith, of Ogallala, is the winner of North Platte Community College’s 2017 Hood Decorating Contest. NPCC’s Auto Body Technology department hosted the competition on Thursday as a fun end to a class project. “Refinishing a car hood... Read More

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service approves statewide teal season for Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. – Nebraska will have a statewide teal hunting season on a full-time basis beginning in 2018. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) recently approved a September teal season in the northern part of the state, ending a four-... Read More

Lopers Run Well At MIAA Meet

Kearney, Neb. – The Nebraska Kearney cross country teams placed fourth (men) and fifth (women) at the 2017 MIAA Championships Saturday morning in Warrensburg, Mo. The regionally-ranked men tallied 97 points to trail only 11th-ranked Lindenwoo... Read More

Students split on top choices for dealing with foreign policy

LINCOLN – High school students from across Nebraska were strongly divided in choosing the most appropriate U.S. policy for dealing with foreign policy issues including immigration, environment, terrorism, poverty and human rights. Results were comp... Read More

Huskers Top Illinois 3-1

Huskers Battle Past Illinois, 3-1 LINCOLN, Neb. - The No. 7 Nebraska volleyball team completed the first half of its Big Ten schedule with a 3-1 (25-19, 24-26, 25-20, 25-17) win over Illinois on Saturday night in front of a Bob Devaney Sports C... Read More

Defense, ball control offense key road win over Dordt

SIOUX CENTER, Iowa – The Concordia offense held the football for more than 37 minutes of game time while the defense limited host Dordt to its lowest point total of the season. It added up to a 24-17 road victory for the Bulldog football team, whi... Read More

Strong Start Leads UNK To Third Win Of The Year

Click here for the podcast Kearney, Neb. – The Nebraska Kearney football team racked up 34 first downs and 531 yards to roll past Northeastern State, 42-27, Saturday afternoon at Ron & Carol Cope Stadium at Foster Field. The Lopers improv... Read More

Fort Robinson Christmas Dinner has 1939 theme

CRAWFORD, Neb. – World War II was beginning in Europe, “Gone with the Wind” was a hit at the box office and the soldiers at Fort Robinson enjoyed a Christmas dinner of turkey, pork loin, oyster soup and an array of sides and fixings. The 200... Read More