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Del Lee Scott1946-2020 BENNET – Del Lee Scott, 74, when home to his LORD and Savior Jesus Christ on June 10. A Christian man, Del spoke fondly of his LORD and Savior Jesus Christ and shared his beliefs boldly with so many people.

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The Thursday Fontanelle Final Bell with PJ Conradt of TredasMarket rally Iowa crop issues from the storm WASDE Pro-Farmer crop tour Mixed market trade for the cattle.

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Lloyd, president of Bryan College of Health Sciences, will also serve as executive presidentA of Hastings CollegeHastings College and Bryan College of Health Sciences have had prior conversations about a possible health care educational partnership in Hastings.

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Nebraska Shrine Bowl announces coaches for 2021The Nebraska Shrine Bowl announced Kurt Frenzen and Mark McLaughlin are the head coaches for 63rd Shrine Bowl.

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The First Few Decades of Charles M. Daily's LifeOne hundred years before I was born, my great-grandfather Charles Monroe Daily was born to Joseph and Amanda.

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How The Family Members Of Meat Plant Workers In Nebraska Became Advocates Amid PandemicA short video from the Food and Environment Reporting Network on the story of "The Children of Smithfield."

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Abortion Procedure Ban Approved by Nebraska Lawmakers after Cloture VoteNebraska lawmakers have passed a bill that bans “dismemberment” abortion except in emergency situations. LB 814 also allows for professional injunctions and civil action against any abortion provider found to be in violation of the bill’s provisions, with intentional and knowing performance of the procedure, unless due to a...

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Nebraska passes dismemberment abortion banCNA Staff, Aug 13, 2020 / 12:52 pm MT. - The Nebraska legislature on Thursday passed a ban on dilation and evacuation abortions in the state, a move hailed by the Nebraska Catholic Conference.

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Master plan ready to take off at Lee Bird FieldIn the future, the North Platte Regional Airport / Lee Bird Field could have several businesses located alongside it as well as a National Guard facility, officials said Tuesday as they announced the launch of an update of the airport’s master plan.

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COVID-19 cases continue to increaseEighteen new cases of COVID-19 were reported late Wednesday, continuing a steady upward trend in the number of cases, according to the West Central District Health Department.

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Video) Chat with the Chancellor with NU-System President, Ted Carter  August 13, 2020Brandon Benitz continues his Chat with the Chancellor series here in the Summer 2020 semester. Hes once again joined by the President of the NU-system, Ted Carter.

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Nebraska Tax Package Clears Final Round After Cloture VoteLB1107, introduced by Norfolk Sen. Jim Scheer, contains numerous provisions, including a new tax credit based on the amount of property taxes paid to a taxpayer’s school district, a new business tax incentive program and a requirement to provide matching funds for a potential.

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Sioux City Man Arrested In Western NebraskaA Sioux City man is in custody in Nebraska after being arrested for allegedly fleeing the scene of an accident he was involved in.

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Nebraska Tax Package Clears Final Round After Cloture VoteLB1107, introduced by Norfolk Sen. Jim Scheer, contains numerous provisions, including a new tax credit based on the amount of property taxes paid to a taxpayer’s school district, a new business tax incentive program and a requirement to provide matching funds for a potential.

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Postlude to Ude's FoodI am going to begin todays post by once again showing the photo including several members of the August Ude family.

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Nebraska traffic back to level seen before virus outbreakLINCOLN, Neb. — Traffic on Nebraska highways is approaching normal levels after falling sharply this spring when coronavirus restrictions were imposed.

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Excerpt: Art EffectsThe following is an excerpt from Art Effects: Image, Agency, and Ritual in Amazonia by Carlos Fausto, translated by David Rodgers.

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The Possibility Of No BasketballFall sports for the Big Ten are gone, but what are the possible PAC-12 decision on winter sports implications for the hardwood?

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Shrine Bowl Announces CoachesThe Nebraska Shrine Bowl has announced its coaches for next summers game in Kearney. NORTH TEAM Head Coach: Kurt Frenzen ⁠— HC, Columbus Lakeview.

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Insurers to help pay 6 exonerated in Nebraska slayingBEATRICE, Neb. — A Nebraska county that owes $28.1 million to six people wrongfully convicted of murder reached a settlement with several insurance companies to help pay part of the judgment.

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An Embarrassing Day for Some of College Football's National Media Nebraska Football News Scott Frost Bill Moos Desmond Howard Pat Forde Michael WilbonMichael Wilbon, Desmond Howard and Pat Forde have had better days.

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Kansas Soybean Association announces CEO retirement, seeking candidatesKenlon Johannes, Kansas Soybean Association CEO and administrator for the Kansas Soybean Commission, informed the KSA board of directors of his intention to retire in March 2021.

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Farmers assess losses after storm flattened cornfieldsDES MOINES, Iowa — Farmers across much of Iowa are dealing with the heartbreaking aftermath of a rare wind storm that turned what was looking like a record corn crop into deep losses.

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Driver Arrested After Fleeing Crash SceneOgallala, Neb.  Troopers with the Nebraska State Patrol have arrested an Iowa man after he fled from a crash on Interstate 80 in Keith County.

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Statement From The University Of Nebraska Regarding The Big TenOn Thursday morning, the University of Nebraska put out a release regarding their commitment to the Big Ten.

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State of Nebraska Honors City of Neligh for Industry Recruitment, Talent Development"Neligh's recognition as a Leadership Certified Community is a fantastic acknowledgement of our widespread mindset to build local leaders." - Andy Elder, Neligh Economic Development Board Chairman August 13, 2020 — The Nebraska Department of Economic Development has recognized the City of Neligh, Neb., for success in attracting healthcare...

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Nebraska ends talk of playing outside Big TenNebraska put an end to talk that the school would consider playing outside the Big Ten, which postponed fall sports.

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Nebraska Leaving Big Ten 2020 Football Season Canceled COVID Coronavirus MailbagNebraska leaving? Probably not. Realignment? It's fun to dream. Jeff Brohm's schedule? Uh... maybe practical.

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Audio) Nebraska 4-H prepares for State FairThe Nebraska State Fair will have a different feel this year but still will showcase the youth and their livestock and static exhibits.

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SB Nation Reacts: Player Unions and Cancelled SeasonsWelcome to SB Nation Reacts, a survey of fans across the NCAA. Each week, we send out questions to the most plugged in Nebraska Cornhuskers fans, and fans across the country.

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Nebraska leadership reconfirms allegiance to Big TenWith the Big Ten Conference announcing the postponement of fall sports, many have been asking if Nebraska will find another way to play football.

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Leaving Nebraska: Revisiting Willa Cather in the PandemicWilla Cather can make you believe that Nebraska is a little more idyllic than your particular piece of America.

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Frosted Flakes: What a Disaster!Nebraska football had a plan. Did the Big Ten?

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Nebraska traffic back to level seen before virus outbreakFeds seize millions of dollars in cryptocurrency raised by major terrorist groups, DOJ says.

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During fall standoff, Nebraska affirms it's 'committed' to Big TenLINCOLN — The quiet standoff between Nebraska and the Big Ten Conference appears to be over, although a NU statement on Thursday didn't expressly rule out the possibility of Husker football in the fall.

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COVID Sports Daily: Fans at MLS game boo kneeling, Nebraska recommits to Big Ten, Cardinals near returnJust under 3,000 fans put on face masks to attend the FC Dallas-Nashville SC game, which was scheduled because both teams suffered outbreaks before the MLS Is Back tournament.

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Nebraska 'committed' to Big Ten, won't play fall footballNebraska head coach Scott Frost said on Monday the school would consider playing outside the Big Ten in 2020.

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Nebraska's commitment to remaining in Big Ten was only wise choice availableIf Nebraska really had wished to challenge the Big Ten in order to preserve a 2020 football season, it would have meant abandoning the opportunity to play games against Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State in perpetuity for a single autumn of games against whatever schools are still competing and engaging in out-of-conference competition.

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Adams news for Aug. 13, 2020By the time you receive the paper this week, school will be in session! The streets will no longer be buzzing with walkers, bicycles and small motorized vehicles!

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Nebraska ends talk of playing outside Big TenNebraska has ended speculation about breaking from the Big Ten's plan to postpone fall football.

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Bennet news for Aug. 13, 2020It is a cloudy, windy morning with storm clouds in the north as I sit down to write this article.

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Denton news for Aug. 13, 2020Summer is chugging along in Denton. The heat has returned to this part of the state and the humidity is higher than ever.

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Firth news for Aug. 13, 2020There are many jokes about this year like this one. If 2020 were a drink, it would be colonoscopy prep.

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Aug. 13, 2020 Public NoticesOur Hometown DMCA Notices: Newspaper web site content management software and services.

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Guest devotion: The Call in the Wind to Calm Our FearsPICKRELL – This past Sunday the annual Pickrell Picnic was held in the Pickrell Park, two months later than usual.

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Flooding takes toll on Hickman businessShaw is not one to throw in the towel. But even the experienced car and aircraft dealer admits the past few months at his shop in downtown Hickman have brought some daunting challenges.

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Palmyra news for Aug. 13, 2020District OR-1 is scheduled to start this week, please make sure you are familiar with ALL the guidelines. It would be great to make it through the year in school.

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Big Ten should look to remove Nebraska from conference over reaction to postponed season, Heisman winner saysThe Nebraska Cornhuskers are apparently looking for a way to play college football in the fall of 2020 and one Heisman Trophy winner is ready to show them the door and get them out of the Big Ten.

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Good news, Rutgers: Nebraska has supplanted you as the Big Ten's crazy uncleNebraska really wants to play college football in the fall, and I'm at a loss to come up with something comparable that New Jersey wants as much.

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Nebraska raises the legal smoking age to 21The legal smoking age in Nebraska has gone from 18 to 19, to now 21.

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Scott Frost and Nebraska? They're estranged, don't fit anywhere, and belong more in Big Ten than they knowPenn State superfans: Get exclusive, in-depth Nittany Lions news, analysis and recruiting updates every day.

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Nebraska Looking to MoveThe Nebraska Cornhuskers are considering a move back to the Big 12...

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Nebraska Football: North Dakota State would be an interesting opponentOn Wednesday, South Dakota State reached out to Nebraska football in an effort to get a game going between the two schools.

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The Nebraska legislature passes a hair discrimination billAn important bill was passed on Tuesday. The bill LB1060 states, "include hair textures and protective hairstyles within the definition of race under the Nebraska Fair Employment Practice Act."

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Gov Gordon Wants Game Between Wyoming Cowboys, Nebraska CornhuskersGordon said he planned to call Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts to see if a game could be arranged between Wyoming and Nebraska.

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Aug. 12: Nebraska COVID-19 cases rise to 29,244Over the last 24 hours, the state's number of recoveries has risen from 21,312 to 21,463.

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Revenue at Nebraska takes huge hit with loss of Big Red footballWhen Scott Frost was making his pitch to play this fall, he was deflecting, or attempting to, from the most obvious elephant in the room.

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TikTok banned on all state electronic devices in Nebraska, Gov. Ricketts saysNebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Wednesday that the state would block TikTok from all of its electronic devices due to security concerns.

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ESPN's Desmond Howard: Big Ten should kick Nebraska out of conferenceESPN analyst Desmond Howard said Nebraska needs to apologize for football coach Scott Frost suggesting the Cornhuskers might play outside the Big Ten and said the conference should kick out Nebraska.

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Ep. 157: A wild couple of days and Nebraska's continued attempts to play this fallSo, where do things stand now? Are the Huskers really going to try to play this fall even after Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren drew a line in the sand?

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Paxton woman sentenced to federal prison termLogan Anderson, 24, of Paxton was sentenced Wednesday to 30 months in prison for possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine.

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How to view Perseid Meteor Shower in NebraskaToday, the peak of the Perseid meteor shower is here, the best of the summer showers.

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Ude's FoodTodays post is a continuation of the one that was posted yesterday, so if you have not read that post, you might want to do that in order to better understand this one.

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Frost's Push to Keep Big Ten Season Alive Comes Up ShortDespite Scott Frost wanting to play football, it appears that his pleas may have fallen on deaf ears for the 2024 season.

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Nebraska bailing out on Big Ten over football may be more than blusterThe university-wide tantrum at Nebraska following the Big Ten’s announcement to shut down fall sports isn’t merely performative red meat being thrown to the base.

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John Shipley: If Nebraska wants out, Big Ten should show 'em the doorThere’s an old college football joke that the ‘N’ on Nebraska’s helmets stands for “knowledge.” Scott Frost has fit right in.

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Gov. Ricketts Announces 2020 Nebraska Affordable Housing Trust Fund Recipients, Celebrates Rural Workforce Housing Achievement in York"Programs like the Rural Workforce Housing Fund and the Affordable Housing Trust Fund provide Nebraska's rural communities with more of the tools they need to grow." The Governor visited York a year ago to break ground on the Creekside Apartments, which feature 48 one-, two-, and three-bedroom units at a total project cost of $5.2 million.

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South Sioux City Earns State Recognition for More than $2M in Capital InvestmentsCITY LEADERS RECERTIFIED IN STATE OF NEBRASKA'S ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CERTIFIED COMMUNITY PROGRAM August 12, 2020 —The Department of Economic Development has recognized South Sioux City as one of Nebraska's leading communities for success in business and industry growth.

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UNL Health Center, Test Nebraska to offer free testing to UNL personnelThe University of Nebraska Lincoln has announced that free on-campus testing will be available for faculty, staff, and students through the University Health Center and Test Nebraska.

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Desmond Howard: Big Ten should kick Nebraska out of the conferenceBut according to ESPN's Desmond Howard, the damage has already been done. He said in a Wednesday morning appearance on Get Up that the Big Ten should kick Nebraska out of the conference.

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Christian women to meetThe North Platte Christian Women’s Club will meet at 9:15 a.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 18 at the Creekside Event Center, 5801 E.

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Big 12 commissioner Bowlsby: Nebraska has not reached out about rejoining leagueThat three-word response was in contrast to the lengthy and informative answers he gave to reporters during a teleconference that lasted more than an hour.

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Bevo's Daily Roundup: Nebraska officials ‘disappointed' in Big 10's decision to postpone fall sportsPlus: NCAA fumbles in the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Nebraska Football: Rogue One ReactionLooks like some people had thoughts about what happened yesterday.

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Nebraska Raises Legal Smoking Age To 21Nebraska lawmakers have raised the legal age to use and purchase tobacco products from 19 to 21, effective immediately.

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Big Ten commissioner says no to the idea of Nebraska playing football this fall out of conferenceKevin Warren weighed in after the Cornhuskers talked a big game over the last couple days.

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TikTok banned from official Nebraska devicesNebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Wednesday that "due to security concerns," the social video app TikTok will be blocked on all official state electronic devices.

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Immunizations among Nebraska kids older than 2 are down by more than 27 percentThe Department of Health and Human Services is encouraging Nebraskans to catch up on child immunizations.

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Nebraska Gov. Ricketts Announces Release of Health Videos Targeted to StudentsSTL.News) – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts announced the release of videos with timely health messaging geared toward students.

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Nebraska Gov. Ricketts Announces TikTok App Ban for State DevicesSTL.News) – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts announced that the State of Nebraska will block the TikTok software application on all State electronic devices due to security concerns.

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DAR to celebrate right to voteWomen are invited to join the Sioux Lookout Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution on a “Right to Vote” walk on Thursday, Aug.

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Nebraska State Fair 'bomb a tree' contest now openAs we we lead up to The Nebraska State Fair, decorating trees is getting the statewide excitement started.

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TikTok app banned on state government devicesThe state of Nebraska will block the TikTok software application on all state electronic devices due to security concerns, Â Gov.

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Paul Finebaum spikes Scott Frost, Nebraska on national TVESPN college football analyst Paul Finebaum, like many others this week, keeps piling on the Nebraska Huskers.

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Nebraska hospital to install Cerner EHR: Fairbury, Neb.Fairbury, Neb. - based Jefferson Community Health and Life plans to implement a new Cerner EHR on Aug.

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No, the Big 12 is not interested in bringing back NebraskaNebraska thinks it has way more leverage than it actually does. Ever since the Big Ten officially announced its decision to postpone all fall athletics, including football, the Nebraska Cornhuskers have been ready to go rogue.

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College football analyst thinks the Big Ten should Nebraska outNebraska has been vocal that they still want to play football in 2020 despite the Big Ten's wishes.Â.

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2020 Nebraska Extension Virtual Weed Management Field Days available onlineLincoln, Neb. —Nebraska Extension's weed management and cover crops field day at the South Central Agricultural Laboratory near Clay Center can be accessed virtually, at anytime throughout the year.

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Frosted Flakes: Nebraska and the Big Tens First Big Fight, Micronations, a Shoe Thief, and Hell AntsOh look, Nebraska and the Big Ten are having their first real fight.

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When it comes to COVID-19, CU Buffs get it. Nebraska's Cornhuskers? Not so much.What do the CU Buffs, Pac-12 get about COVID-19 that the Nebraska Cornhuskers don't?

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9 Nifty Facts About Waubonsie State ParkFacts and hiking trail information about Waubonsie State Park, one of Iowa's oldest state parks located in the Loess Hills in southwestern Iowa.

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Omaha City Council Approves Emergency Mask MandateA server with a face mask takes an order at the Spaghetti Works restaurant in downtown Omaha, Friday, Aug.

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Big Ten Commissioner: Nebraska isn't allowed to play in fall 2020Membership has its limitations. The University of Nebraska strenuously objects to the Big Ten's decision not to play football this fall.

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Local Control Dispute Brewing Over Iowa Mask MandatesIowa Gov. Kim Reynolds removes her face mask before signing an executive order granting convicted felons the right to vote during a signing ceremony, Wednesday, Aug.

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Bowlsby: Nebraska, Big 12 have not spoken about playing in 2020The University of Nebraska is in a tough position right now. The school wants to play football in the fall of 2020, but that doesn't look all that possible right now.

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Democrats Propose That Fed Should Address Racial GapsFederal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell pauses during a news conference, to discuss an announcement from the Federal Open Market Committee, in Washington, March 3, 2020.

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Sterling Public Schools seeks safe normalcy for this fallSterling Public Schools and has welcomed Superintendent Adrian Allen, who took over the role on July 1.

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Photos: 2020 Pickrell Picnic continues traditionsThough it was later in the summer than normal due to COVID-19, the Pickrell community hosted a modified Pickrell Picnic over the weekend, with the tractor pull on Saturday and church service, meal by Bistro 77 and corn hole tournament in the park on Sunday.

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Omaha Public Schools Will Start With Remote ClassesOmaha Public Schools District Superintendent Cheryl Logan speaks to reporters during a media tour of the Norris Middle School in Omaha, on July 29, 2020.

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Nebraska playing outside the Big Ten in 2020 is probably a pipe dreamBefore the Big Ten postponed football, Scott Frost said Nebraska is "prepared to look for other options."

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Desmond Howard wants Nebraska to apologize to the Big TenDesmond Howard criticizes Nebraska for trying to play football elsewhere this season, saying if he was the Big Ten, he'd be looking for ways to kick them out of the conference.

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Anniversary: Niemeyers celebrating 40th anniversaryCORTLAND – David and Sharon. Niemeyer will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Aug. 15. Cards and well wishes may be sent to 3946 SW 14th Road, Cortland, NE 68331.

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Worries About 2020 Census' Accuracy Grow With Speed UpAmid concerns of the spread of COVID-19, census worker Ken Leonard wears a mask as he mans a U.S. Census walk-up counting site set up for Hunt County in Greenville, Texas, Friday, July 31, 2020.

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Profit Up 87% at Berkshire Hathaway, But Coronavirus Slows BusinessWarren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, smiles as he plays bridge following the annual Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting in Omaha, May 5, 2019.

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Cook of the week: Tuveson enjoys using creativity in the kitchenEAGLE – When Alicia Tuveson of Eagle is cooking, there usually isn’t a recipe involved, but lots of creativity to concoct a tasty meal with what fresh ingredients her family has on hand.

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Sports Nightly RecapOn the show tonight we check in with Dirk Chatelain from the Omaha World-Herald, we play our Famous Dave's Face-Off, and we check in with our MLB Insider Lane Grindle.

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7 lingering questions about Big Ten football, including what would a spring season look like? And is Nebraska entering the transfer portal?The Big Ten's postponement of football leads to a mess of other questions. And make no mistake: This is a mess.

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Erdman at the Legislature: Christmas tree bill paints senators into cornerWe are now in the home stretch in the Legislative session with only 3 days remaining to complete the 60 day requirement.

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MarriagesWesley M. Kraft, 32, North Platte and Pamela R. Edwards, 30, North Platte.

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Gambling with Nebraska: A Losing BetOver the years, Nebraska has decided against allowing casino gambling in the Good Life—and for good reason.

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USDA accepting applications to help cover costs of organic certificationOrganic producers and handlers can apply for federal funds to help with the cost of receiving and maintaining organic certification through the Organic Certification Cost Share Program.

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City administrator decides to stayCity Administrator Matt Kibbon is going to remain in North Platte after all, thanks largely to expressions of support from the community.

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The 10 Best Wine Bars in the Omaha AreaDrinking wine at a restaurant used to mean flipping through hefty wine menus and struggling to understand phrases like “mouthfeel, ” “aromas” and “acidity.” Not anymore!

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Gary Lee Snare, 80, North Platte6, 2020 in Cheyenne, Wyo.

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Loree Earl Houser, 89, North PlatteLoree Earl Houser, 89, of North Platte went to be with the lord and was reunited with his sweetheart, Donna on Aug.

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Eleanor Leona Grabouski, 90Grabouski, 90, entered into the presence of her Lord and Savior on Aug.

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Wayne D. Fickes, 82, North PlatteWayne D. Fickes, 82, of North Platte, formerly of Ogallala, passed away on Aug. 4, 2020 at Great Plains Health, just hours from his 83rd birthday.

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Aug. 11: Nebraska COVID-19 cases rise to 29,030Of the 308,755 people who have tested for the virus, 279,432 of those tests have come back negative.

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Helen Johnson, 92, Grant, BruleHelen Johnson, 92, of Grant, former longtime Brule resident, passed away Sunday, Aug. 2, 2020 at Golden Ours Convalescent Home in Grant.

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LaDonna Ann Perlinger, 81, North PlatteLaDonna Ann Perlinger, 81, of North Platte passed away on Aug. 7, 2020 at UNMC in Omaha.

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Doris D. Miller, 84, HersheyDoris D. Miller, 84, of Hershey died Aug. 10, 2020 at her home.

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Chance to apply for seat on Eagle village board ends FridayResidents hoping to apply for a vacated seat on the Board of Trustees have until Aug.

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Biden selects woman, California Senator as running mateDemocratic presidential candidate Joe Biden announced Tuesday that Sen. Kamala Harris of Oakland, Calif. would be his running mate.

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Big Ten Commissioner Needs To Deliver Ultimatum To Nebraska Leadership: Get In Line or Get OutIn order to salvage some credibility from what has been the worst first year for any leadership reign in college athletics, Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren needs to set Nebraska straight soon.

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Nebraska police fatally shoot man accused of having knifeAP) - Police in south-central Nebraska say officers fatally shot a man who charged at them with a knife.

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Property tax, abortion bills set for final votes in NebraskaNebraska lawmakers have advanced a property tax and business incentives package and new abortion restrictions through a key procedural vote, despite fervent opposition from some senators in the final days of this year's session.

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Prelude to Ude's FoodI have gone down so many rabbit holes while researching today's character that I have come to the conclusion that I am going to write the story in two installments. It all starts with a man who would have been celebrating his 150th birthday today. However, I will end up not saying much about him today because his story depends so much on...

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Hey Nebraska: Clemson has an opening on Sept. 19 with your name on itThe Big Ten announcement to postpone their season shouldn't come as a shock to anyone, but could it mean we see Clemson add a quality opponent?

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Nebraska still hoping for opportunity to play college football this fallNebraska football coach Scott Frost, president Ted Carter and chancellor Ronnie Green released a joint statement Tuesday afternoon saying they hope to still possibly compete this fall.

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Nebraska Not Giving Up: Issues Statement after Big Ten Announces Decision to Postpone Fall Sports Huskers News Scott Frost Ted Carter Ronnie Green BilLove the first paragraph. Love the fact that Ronnie Green, Ted Carter, Bill Moos and Scott Frost put their name on it and didn't shy away from the scrutiny or hide behind a decision that Big Ten Commissioner Charlie Warren barely acknowledges wasn't unanimous.

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Big Ten Cancels All Fall SportsIn making its decision, which was based on multiple factors, the Big Ten Conference relied on the medical advice and counsel of the Big Ten Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases and the Big Ten Sports Medicine Committee.

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Village of Pender Recognized as Leadership Certified Community for Industry, Job GrowthDepartment of Economic Development honors Pender as LCC for ongoing industry expansion efforts August 11, 2020 — Continued growth in local health care and retail sectors and increased housing opportunities in the Village of Pender have been recognized by the State of Nebraska.

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Big Ten Cancels Fall Football SeasonI cannot express enough disappointment in this. All I can think is that the Big Ten presidents chose to protect their academics and in doing so, sacrifice their athletic departments and the people who depend on those athletic departments to make a living.

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A Degree Of Value: Master Of Engineering Management At NebraskaThe University of Nebraska's MEM: Get a degree of value tailored to STEM professionals who want to enhance their business and technical skills.

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Western Nebraska man gets prison for dumping hazardous wasteOMAHA, Neb. — A western Nebraska man has been sentenced to nearly three years in federal prison for illegally dumping hazardous waste at sites around south-central Nebraska.

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Minnesota Golden Gophers 2020 Football PreviewThe Gophers rowed the boat all the way to Tampa and a New Years Day bowl game in 2019.

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Eight Huskers Named WCGA Scholastic All-AmericansLincoln, Neb. - Eight Husker gymnasts were named Scholastic All-Americans announced by the Women's Collegiate Gymnastics Association on Tuesday for their efforts in the classroom during the 2019-20 season.

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West Nile Virus Curiously Not Detected Yet in Nebraska This YearA common scourge this time of year, West Nile Virus, has yet to be detected in Nebraska, something public health officials say is very unusual as we approach mid-August.

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North Platte schools: Masks required, no volunteers allowedVolunteer efforts at North Platte public schools such as Team Mates mentoring, parent-teacher organizations and foster Grandparents have been suspended due to the increase in COVID-19 cases in North Platte, school spokeswoman Tina Smith said Monday evening.

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A JERSEY GUY: Nebraska Testing Big Ten Shutdown EdictThis week has produced some bizarre moments, but none stranger than Nebrraska Coach Scott Frost's suggestion that the Huskers become free agents for a season.

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Frost, Nebraska contemplate going rogueNebraska continues to contemplate going rogue in light of the Big Ten's decision to punt college football season until the spring.

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Nebraska Wesleyan football, volleyball, soccer postponed to SpringThe American Rivers Conference Presidents Council has announced the postponement of four sports from the fall to the spring semester.

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Excerpt: Jewish Sports LegendsThe following is an excerpt from Jewish Sports Legends: The International Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, Fifth Edition, by Joseph Siegman.

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Tate Carson of Southeast Signs with Western NebraskaCarson will play baseball with the Cougars but he was also an all-state football player.

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Join Us For the CN Superhero 5KThe family is going to celebrate on August 22nd. Won't be many others around - this virus thing - but we're going to do a 5k together.

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Nebraska hopes football still possible after Big Ten cancelsAfter the Big Ten postponed the football season, Nebraska isn't giving up hope that it can find a way to play this fall.

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'History in the Making': History Nebraska wants to colorfully remember 2020History Nebraska and the Nebraska Arts Council are reaching out to the community for help.

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Rece Davis slams idea of Nebraska, Penn State leaving Big TenThanks to rampant speculation of impending doom within the Big Ten Conference ahead of the 2020 season, several coaches have come out publicly as mouthpieces for players, urging their league to take more time before making a decision on playing this fall.

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AUDIO: Market Commentary with Daily BrokersSummary More hope for stimulus has the stock market opening higher on Tuesday. The VIX traded to its lowest level since late February early today, and is currently near 21, reflecting relatively low levels of fear on Wall Street.

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Frosted Flakes: What is going on? !It's hard to really understand what the school year will look like and how smoothly it will run and that is taxing on the brain.

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Nebraska Not Giving Up: Issues Statement after Big Ten Announces Decision to Postpone Fall SportsLove the first paragraph. Love the fact that Ronnie Green, Ted Carter, Bill Moos and Scott Frost put their name on it and didn’t shy away from the scrutiny or hide behind a decision that Big Ten Commissioner Charlie Warren barely acknowledges wasn’t unanimous.

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Big Red Cobcast Ep. 323: Patrick GerhartFootball? No football? What about basketball? Time to stress eat a Big Red Cobcast Burger.

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Property tax, abortion bills set for final votes in NebraskaLINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska lawmakers advanced a property tax and business incentives package and new abortion restrictions through a key procedural vote on Tuesday, despite fervent opposition from some senators in the final days of this year's session.

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Audio) Dunbar appointed to NE Wheat BoardRick Dunbar of Eustis was recently appointed by Governor Pete Ricketts as director for District 7 on the Nebraska Wheat Board.

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Nebraska Man Sentenced for Trying to Entice Teen Girl For Sex in Case with BV County TiesA Nebraska man, who attempted to entice a 13-year-old for explicit sexual conduct, has been sentenced to more than ten years in federal prison in a case with ties to Buena Vista County.

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Four Corners Health District COVID-19 UpdateAugust 10, 2020—The past 3-day total of COVID-19 cases has increased by 11 in the Four Corners District: Seward County has 6 new cases for a total of 125 cases, and 72 have recovered.

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Lawmakers divided on tax package; move forward withA other proposalsADuring the Nebraska Legislature’s second to last week, lawmakers proposed amendments for the property tax compromise and advanced anti-abortion and hair discrimination bills to final reading.

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ProBLAC Looks to Build Momentum in Anti-Racist MovementIn this photo provided by Markell Riley, protesters march in front of the Douglas County Courthouse.

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AUDIO) Nebraska 4-H members share experiences, future plansNebraska 4-H members were recently highlighted by the Rural Radio Network to share their experiences, future plans, lessons learned through the organization, and more.

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Nebraska News Headlines Tuesday, August 11, 2020Omaha, NE) - Power restoration efforts are continuing in the Omaha area. Strong straight-line winds tore through the area yesterday and knocked out electricity to tens of thousands of homes and businesses.

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Powerful derecho leaves path of devastation across Iowa, Nebraska and WisconsinIOWA CITY, Iowa  A rare storm packing 100 mph winds and with power similar to an inland hurricane swept across the Midwest, blowing over trees, flipping vehicles, causing widespread pro...

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Nebraska State College System ready for fall semesterThe Nebraska State College System is ready for students to return to the campuses next week.

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Nebraska police fatally shoot man accused of having knifePolice in Grand Island fatally shot a man who charged at officers with a knife, despite attempts to use less lethal force to subdue him, police there said.

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Nebraska, Ohio State Among Teams Willing To Play No Matter WhatDennis Dodd discusses Nebraska and Ohio State's willingness to play and if that will affect whether or not they will be able to play this season.

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Tramel: Why a temporary Big 12/Nebraska alliance could workLet's first squelch a permanent reconciliation. The Cornhuskers aren't coming back to the Big 12, come hell or pandemic.

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Nebraska Meatpacking Workers Continue to Struggle During the PandemicWorkers testified in the state legislature, supporting an amendment to set protective standards at plants across the state.

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Nebraska farm real estate values increase for first time since 2014Nebraska agricultural land values increased by 3% over the last year, to a statewide average of $2,725 per acre, according to the final results of the University of Nebraska-Lincol.

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2020 Nebraska Farm Custom Rates report is publishedA survey of agricultural custom operators is conducted in Nebraska every two years. A total of 217 survey responses were received in 2020 with information reflecting the current rates charged.

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Rece Davis Reacts To Idea Of Nebraska, Penn State Leaving Big TenESPN's Rece Davis had an interesting response to Nebraska and Penn State leaving the Big Ten if the conference cancels its season.

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District OR-1 readies for safe school year under new leadershipClasses for Little Panthers Preschool will begin on Monday, Aug.

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Exploring Nebraska's 'other options' if Big Ten cancels 2020 seasonScott Frost made it clear that Nebraska intends to play in 2020, even if the Big Ten cancels its season.

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Nebraska may play football outside Big Ten if conference cancels season, coach saysNebraska football coach Scott Frost said Monday the school is looking at all options, even playing outside of the Big Ten, should the conference cancel the season over the coronavirus.

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Big 12 commissioner Bob Bowlsby shocked by Nebraska's intentionsWith this week's news of the Big Ten likely moving to cancel its 2020 season due to player safety and long-term liability concerns relating to health issues stemming from COVID-19, the decision is not unanimous within the conference and there's a couple schools that are reportedly looking to take alternative measures to play.

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Music on the Bricks cancelled due to COVID-19It is with a heavy heart that I must announce that the Bulletin and friends will not put on Music on the Bricks this year.

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Scott Frost says Nebraska 'prepared to look at any and all options,' including playing outside Big TenNebraska coach Scott Frost said Monday that the Cornhuskers are prepared to play this upcoming football season, even if it's outside the Big Ten, saying, "I think we're prepared to look at any and all options."

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A Nebraska man is sentenced to almost 3 years for dumping hazardous wasteA man from Sidney was sentenced on Monday for dumping hazardous waste without a permit.

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Testing and Cases of COVID-19 in Southwest NebraskaSouthwest Nebraska Public Health Department recommends anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 get tested and stay home while waiting for results. COVID-19 symptoms may include one or more: loss of taste or smell, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, fever, loss of appetite,  diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea, fatigue, muscle aches,...

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Nebraska trying to navigate Hawaii recruitingNebraska continues to make a push into Hawaii through Tony Tuioti and according to analyst Blair Angulo the Huskers may be better...

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August 10: 264 new COVID-19 cases in NebraskaOf the 306,023 people who have tested for the virus, 277,036 of those tests have come back negative.

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Gov. Ricketts: White House COVID-19 data about Nebraska is wrongPete Ricketts said Monday that "the White House was using bad data" when it put Nebraska on a list of "red zone" states for COVID-19 last week.

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Safety, Social Distancing Emphasized During UNK Move-In.KEARNEY – The University of Nebraska at Kearney is expanding its move-in experience and implementing additional safety measures to protect students arriving on campus next week.

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Nebraska Gov. Ricketts hosts college, university leaders to highlight Back-to-School plansThe briefing will be held with representatives from Nebraska's state colleges and private institutions of higher learning.

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Inland hurricane-like storm sweeps US midwest, leaving widespread damageRare wind storm known as a derecho blows over trees, flips vehicles and leaves tens of thousands without power.

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Video: Bennet Fire and Rescue responds to report of man injured in traffic collisionBennet Fire and Rescue and the Lancaster County Sheriff's Department responded to a traffic collision at 120th Street and Bennet Road Monday evening.

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The Monday Final Bell with Sam Hudson of Cornbelt MarketingWeekly Crop Progress Report Weather Weekly Exports China... will buys be cancelled Wheat traded lower Center part of Iowa hit hard be weather USDA Report later this week Cattle/hogs how has back log caught up Feeder cattle cash leveled off.

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Nebraska Panhandle estimated crop water useThe estimated crop water use for Nebraska Panhandle crops for the previous week and the upcoming week is shown in this table.

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District court report: Criminals sentenced to prisonRosalind Solis was sentenced Monday to 2-5 years in the state Correctional Center for Women, for meth possession and distribution.

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AUDIO: KAPPA Ethanol Crop Progress Report For The Week Of August 10As August rolls on the corn and soybean condition ratings start to drift away from each other.

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Nebraska coach Scott Frost says program is committed to playing in the fall even if the Big Ten cancels seasonFrost says the Cornhuskers could look elsewhere to play a complete season.

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Stray 1,500-pound spool destroys Nebraska man's pickup truckA strange crash in southwest Omaha caused extensive damage to a man's truck and a lot of head-scratching.

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Nebraska hires new legislative child welfare watchdogJennifer Carter will serve as a legislative watchdog over Nebraska's child welfare services.

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PSC reminds Garden and Deuel County residents of August 19 hearingLincoln, Neb.  AUGUST 10, 2020 – The Nebraska Public Service Commission would like to remind residents in the telephone exchanges of Oshkosh, Lewellen and Chappell that the PSC will hold a hearing beginning at 12:30 p.m.

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Coronavirus in Nebraska, Iowa: The latest headlines and resources to keep you informedHere you can get the latest information on the coronavirus, or COVID-19, in Nebraska and resources to be prepared and keep your family safe.

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Trump accuses Sasse of going 'rogue' after GOP senator slams his coronavirus ordersThe Nebraska Republican referred to the presidents style of governing as unconstitutional slop over the weekend.

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Nebraska Football Press Conference: Scott Frost Makes His Case for Fall Football Huskers Football News Adrian Martinez DiCaprio Bootle Matt FarniokFrost said that the health and well being of the athletes are the highest priority of whether to play football in the fall.

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Nebraska's public, private colleges gear up for school yearNebraska's public and private colleges are forging ahead with plans to resume in-person classes this month but will take new steps to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, top administrators said Monday.

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NSP Investigating Fatal Overnight Crash that Claims Kimball WomanThe Nebraska State Patrol says a 29-year-old woman died as the result of a one-vehicle crash overnight about two miles south of Kimball.

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Police close Lincoln bowling alley for violating mask ruleLincoln, Neb.  Lincoln Police closed down a bowling alley this weekend for violating the citys coronavirus restrictions after the owner vowed to fight the rules requiring people to wear masks in public places.

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Nebraska Legislature Hears Stories From Front Lines of Essential WorkersFamily members, union representatives and advocates told a Nebraska legislative committee on Thursday about the struggles facing packing plant workers throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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York Crime Stoppers Seeking Info in Burglary CaseThe York Police Department is investigating a burglary that occurred on July 5th 2020 around 11:30 p.m.

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Nebrasketball: Furman Replaces Penn in Myrtle Beach InviteNo word on the bracket, but a change to participants has been announced.

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Nebraska Fall Turkey Permits Now AvailableHunters may begin purchasing 2020 Nebraska fall turkey permits as of today at noon Mountain Time.

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Frost: Nebraska ready to play in or out of Big TenIf the Big Ten Conference cancels its football season this fall as a precaution because of the coronavirus pandemic, Nebraska apparently will explore playing outside of its league.

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Storms rake eastern Nebraska, western Iowa with high windsOMAHA, Neb. — A line of thunderstorms sent high winds, rain and some hail over eastern Nebraska and into Iowa on Monday morning, knocking down tree limbs and causing power outages.

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Powerful derecho leaves path of devastation across MidwestIOWA CITY, Iowa — A rare wind storm with power similar to an inland hurricane swept across the Midwest, blowing over trees, flipping vehicles, causing widespread property damage and leaving tens of thousands of homes without power.

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Pebble Art:: Instructions and Tips for Your Child's Rock CollectionTwo years ago, while visiting family on the east shore of Lake Michigan, my children spent an afternoon knee-deep in warm lake water filling an ice cream bucket of rocks and pebbles—which later turned into what we call pebble art.

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Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska sends letter to Big Ten: 'Please don't cancel college football'Sasse hopes his Hail Mary of a letter inspires the Big Ten to have a college football season.

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AUDIO) Local sister duo launches Sassy Sisters SwineA sister duo from Sumner, NE, have joined forces to launch “Sassy Sisters Swine, ” a direct to consumer pork business.

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Report: Big Ten Cancelling Its Football SeasonThe Detroit Free Press is saying that the Big Ten has pulled the plug and that Michigan and Michigan State will not play football this season.

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From the Desk of Patrick J. O'Banion: Why Locals MatterO’Banion is a former professor of history. He now teaches church history around the world with Training Leaders International.

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Millard West pitcher Hawkins commits to walk on at NebraskaNebraska baseballs surge of in-state recruiting continued Thursday with the addition of a player who needed almost no time to make up his mind.

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Meetings and Seminars For the Legal CommunityDuring the COVID-19 pandemic, The Daily Record is sharing information about webinars of interest to the legal community, in addition to postponements and cancellations of meetings and seminars.

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Extension webinar on August WASDE report, grain marketingA Nebraska Extension webinar scheduled for Thursday at noon will focus on the current market for corn and soybeans and discuss grain marketing strategies producers might use for the remainder of 2020.

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University presidenta€™s installation is Aug. 14University of Nebraska  Ted Carter has been President of the University of Nebraska for 7 months and on Friday will be formally installed as NUs eighth president in a virtual ceremony during which he will talk about his multi-year vision for growth and success across the NU campuses.

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Best Husker Wrestlers Ever: No. 4 Tolly ThompsonThe Nebraska heavyweight won three conference crowns and an NCAA title for the Huskers in the 90s.

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Nebraska hires new legislative child welfare watchdogLINCOLN, Neb. — A legislative staffer who previously worked as a lobbyist and child advocate has been chosen as Nebraska's next inspector general for child welfare, officials announced Monday.

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New bill funds more career-oriented scholarships for NebraskaLINCOLN, Neb. – Thursday, Aug. 6, Governor Pete Ricketts signed a bill, LB1008, which would provide additional funding to state colleges' Career Scholarship Programs and the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services to establish the Corrections Workforce Development Pathways program, a partnership between Peru State College and NDCS.

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Report: Iowa, Nebraska only Big Ten schools that voted to playThe future of the 2020 college football season currently hangs in the balance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning for parts of western Iowa, eastern NebraskaEmail notifications are only sent once a day, and only if there are new matching items.

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Nebraska Football: Game-by-Game Predictions for 2020Nebraska Football: Game-by-Game Predictions for 2020.

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2020 College Football Isn't Dead…YetWe have no idea how to fly this plane but we are at least going to try.

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Jon's Postlife Crisis: Adam RileyIt's another level of sports. and it's moving ahead.

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Scott Frost: Nebraska Ready to Explore 'Other Options' If Big Ten Cancels SeasonNebraska Cornhuskers head coach Scott Frost told reporters the team would explore other options to play in 2020 if the Big Ten cancels the season...

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FARM Program Recognized for International QualityARLINGTON, VA – The U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Marketing Service once again approved the National Dairy Farmers Assuring Responsible Management.

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Nebraska's public, private colleges gear up for school yearLINCOLN, Neb. — Nebraska's public and private colleges are forging ahead with plans to resume in-person classes this month but will take new steps to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, top administrators said Monday.

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'Becoming a major hot spot': White House Coronavirus Taskforce concerned about Nebraska"There's been a recent increase in test positivity in Omaha. It's one of those areas we're concerned about becoming a major hot spot," FDA Commissioner Dr. Stephen Hahn said.

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Nebraska's Chief of Staff supports #WeWantToPlay movementAs the Big Ten sits at the pulse of the college football landscape, Nebraska Cornhuskers football chief of staff Gerrod Lambrecht shared his thoughts on the "#We Want To Play" movement from players around the nation.

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Access to Justice Most Important Goal for Presiding JudgeIn a screenshot from livestreamed video, Douglas County District Court Presiding Judge Horacio Wheelock addresses the Douglas County Board of Commissioners in the Legislative Chambers of the Omaha-Douglas Civic Center on Tuesday, Aug.

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Nebraska News Headlines Monday, August 10, 2020Omaha, NE) - Students in the Omaha Public School District will not start the new school year in the classroom.

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Nebraska Ag land values rise for first time in five yearsThe Nebraska farm real estate report has been released and for the first time in five years, Ag land has risen in value.

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Nebraska Democratic Party has endorsed a new candidate for U.S. SenateThe U.S. Senate campaign for an Omaha mental health therapist with a background in politics is gaining steam after recently being endorsed by the Nebraska Democratic Party.

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As Jury Trials Resume, Apprehension Remains About VirusA remodeled courtroom sits empty Oct. 18, 2018, in the Douglas County Courthouse. Jury trials have resumed in Nebraska, but many attorneys are apprehensive about returning to courtrooms like these given the continued threat posed by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Day 1: Nebraska, South Dakota on Pace for Record YieldsThe first day of the DTN/Progressive Farmer 2020 Digital Yield Tour, powered by Gro Intelligence, finds that a smooth planting season, favorable temperatures and timely rains have record crops in the making in South Dakota and Nebraska.

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Iowa Issues Order Related to Resuming Trials This FallThe Iowa Supreme Court issued an order last month with guidelines pertaining to the resumption of jury trials in the fall.

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Unicameral Advances New 2nd Trimester Abortion LimitsState Sen. Suzanne Geist of Lincoln smiles during debate in Lincoln, Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2020, on her proposed bill outlawing dilation and evacuation abortions, a second-trimester procedure that opponents refer to as a dismemberment abortion.

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What does Nebraska senator Ben Sasse want for college football?It looks like the letter Nebraska senator Ben Sasse has written a letter on why he believes the Big Ten should play college football in 2020 despite the COVID-19 pandemic will be fruitless.

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Nebraska state colleges prepared for semester amid COVID-19 pandemicNebraska Governor Pete Ricketts is holding a back-to-school briefing with representatives from Nebraska’s private and state colleges.

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A look at Nebraska defensive line targets for 2021Nebraska has its scope on these defensive linemen for the 2021 class.

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Big Ten Football: Iowa, Nebraska Reportedly Voted to PlayHawkeyes and Cornhuskers were reportedly the only two schools in a 12-2 vote that still opted to move forward with college football in 2020.

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Norris to begin 2020-21 school year with staggered startFIRTH – Norris Public Schools administrators have spent months undertaking exhaustive efforts to conceive a plan for safely reopening the school district.

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More Court Hearings Conducted Remotely Amid OutbreakCourtroom 625 was completed during the first of three phases of a $16 million renovation of the Douglas County Courthouse on Oct.

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LIVE: How Nebraska Colleges and Universities are handling the back to school transitionMonday morning, Governor Pete Ricketts will host a back-to-school briefing with representatives from Nebraska's state colleges and private institutions of higher learning.

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Reynolds Signs Order Restoring Felon Voting RightsIowa Gov. Kim Reynolds elbow bumps State Rep. Ako Abdul-Samad, D-Des Moines, right, after signing an executive order granting convicted felons the right to vote during a signing ceremony, Wednesday, Aug.

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323. Patrick GerhartThis week we were joined by Patrick Gerhart of "Bangarangs And Daggers" See for privacy and opt-out information.

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1.2 Million Seek Jobless Benefits After $600 Checks EndThe company said the Anchorage layoffs are part of company-wide job cuts because of the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, Alaska Public Media reported last week.

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Waverly City Council to consider water, sewer rate increasesResidents will have an opportunity to weigh in on proposed water and sewer rate increases at the Aug.

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