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Teens bare their hearts in poetry
A growing number of Nebraska teenagers are staying after school to write poetry. At a time when arts often take a backseat to other subjects in school, the spoken word poetry...
Vertical farming: towering vision, unclear future
Farmers are making inroads supplying local food to urban foodies, but many producers are trying to grow more food within city centers. Since city real estate is at a premium,...
Action on water, prisons, parks marked 2014...
As farmers and gardeners across Nebraska prepare to sow the seeds of a future harvest, the Nebraska Legislature has just finished its sowing for 2014 – planting seeds for some...
The Often Forgotten Role of Women Artists in...
Women artists played a significant role in the early history and foundation of art in Nebraska. But their impact is often forgotten.Nebraska artist Karen Kunc stood in the bright...
Firefighters Make Fire Work For Them On...
Nebraska’s wildfire season is already underway. Wildfires can be unpredictable and destructive, but prescribed fires that are set deliberately, under controlled circumstances,...
Students In Nebraska's Two Dual Language...
Students at two Nebraska school districts are doing something few students in the country get to do. They’re going to a dual language school. Half of the lessons are in English,...
Corn farmers fight rootworm resistance
After a long battle with corn rootworm, Midwest farmers thought they’d found relief in genetically modified seeds engineered to produce toxins deadly to the pest. But recent...
Vacant Lots Get a Green Makeover
Vacant lots are a big problem for cities that have lost a lot of their population, like Detroit and Cleveland. That’s got people tinkering with ways to do something meaningful...
Nebraska State Patrol study recommends hiring...
A shrinking force of uniformed officers, poor morale and high overtime costs are among the concerns raised in a research study commissioned by the Nebraska State Patrol.NET News...
Elk Creek Niobium Project Moves Forward
The village of Elk Creek in southeast Nebraska is small, home to just 100 people. However, these residents could soon see a relatively large influx of people and money, as plans...
While farm life changes, FFA’s blue jacket stays...
The blue corduroy jacket worn by high school students in FFA, formerly the Future Farmers of America, is an icon of rural life. To the average city dweller the jacket is a...
Controversial Speech Performance Offers...
Michael Barth, is the Nebraska poetry state champion in Class C-1. The senior from Gordon-Rushville High School won with a selection about gender identity and acceptance of...
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