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Nebraska Social Studies standards heading to...
After some spirited back-and-forth, the Nebraska State Board of Education has adopted new standards for Social Studies instruction. Now, it will be up to local school boards to...
Veterans talk about life after military service
Life after military service. Soldiers, sailors and airmen often say they’re changed by the experience. Sometimes the change is good, sometimes it’s a problem. “I remember when my...
How much is organic certification worth?
To help ensure consumers get what they generally pay extra for, the USDA next month will enforce closer oversight over organic farms. But for some small family farms, the cost...
Fiscal cliff could hit home for some families
Congress and the White House appear far from a deal to avoid going over the fiscal cliff at the end of the year. The sudden changes in taxes and spending would hit home for some...
Planned Parenthood expansion incites strong...
Almost forty years after abortion was legalized in the United States, controversy over the procedure remains relatively unchanged. Planned Parenthood, often seen as a standard-...
Views of Keystone XL pipeline clash in Albion
More than 600 people packed a hearing in Albion, Neb. Tuesday night to discuss the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline. This was the first and only hearing on the Nebraska...
Electric car advocates see slow trend for...
The focus on the electric vehicle market has been in urban areas, leaving potential customers in rural areas wondering if the development of new cars and trucks is leaving them...
In the ag census even the smallest farms count
The U.S. Department of Agriculture updates its ag census every five years and is preparing to send farmers new surveys in December. One trend to watch is the growing number of...
Nebraska lynch mobs not always a 'wild west...
Justice by lynch mob was more common a part of Nebraska’s early history than you might think. Research into one of the history’s darker chapters reveals lynching was not only...
Chambers' return spurs expectations,...
Four years after being forced out of the Nebraska Legislature by term limits, Senator Ernie Chambers of Omaha is coming back. And the return of the veteran legislator known for...
Drought edging in on holiday tradition
Like Black Friday shopping, many families make it a holiday tradition to visit a local tree farm to harvest their own Christmas tree. This year the pines may be plentiful, but...
Nebraska soldiers helping improve agriculture in...
A dozen Nebraska Army National Guard soldiers are in the middle of a year-long deployment to Afghanistan. But their mission is more about farming than fighting. Amidst the barbed...
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