UNL 150 Years
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Guests of this special program include Bryan Slone (Nebraska Chamber of Commerce President), Jared Pettit, Scott Miller (CCC Instructors) and Justin Troudt (Orthman’s Manufacturing).
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With economic development presenting a challenge for Nebraska’s next generation, the Rural Radio Network hosted a special hour-long program on May 1st, 2018 focusing on Rural Economic Development. The program explored economic successes and challenges in western, central and eastern Nebraska in three roundtable discussions and featured a closing overview from State Economic Development Deputy Director for Programs Dan Curran. Rhe broadcast was heard on 880 AM KRVN-Lexington, 960 AM KNEB-Scottsbluff, 840 AM KTIC-West Point, 1370 AM/103.5 FM KAWL York and 1340 AM/95.7 FM KSID Sidney.
Nebraska Property Tax:
The February 6th Rural Radio Forum will spotlight property taxes, particularly with agricultural land. We’ll spotlight three major proposals in the Legislature that addresses the issue. Studio guests will include UNL Ag Economist Brad Lubben and Extension Ag Economist Jim Jansen. Click here to listen to the entire podcast Rural Radio Forum-“Nebraska’s Property Tax”
Bob Brogan hosts “Rural Immigration” with guests: Dr. Eric Thompson, Karl H Nelson Associate Professor of Economics at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, Director of the Bureau of Business Research and a Rural Futures Institute Faculty Fellow. Dr. Athena Ramos, Community Health Program Manager, College of Public Health, University of Nebraska Medical Center, and the Center for Reducing Health Disparities. She is a Rural Futures Institute Faculty Fellow from the University of Nebraska Medical Center speaking to “Rural Narratives on Welcoming Communities” and “Understanding Hispanics & Sense of Community” Emiliano Lerda, Executive Director of Justice For Our Neighbors-Nebraska since 2011. He holds his Juris Doctorate from Drake University Law School with certificates including Food & Agriculture Law, and International Comparative & Human Rights Law. He was an adjunct professor in Immigration, Law & Latinos in 2012 and 2013 at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He describes his passion as building sustainable organizations that make a positive impact in the community. Click here to listen to the entire podcast of Rural Radio Forum…”Rural Immigration”