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From their offices in Lincoln early Thursday, hydrologists with the U.S. Geological Survey were monitoring the final few moments of a stream gauge more than 200 miles away, on the Niobrara River.
The Nebraska Legislature had two women among its members when it became the second state in the nation in 1972 to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment.
Days after the Lincoln woman took a recipe book back to the Lincoln library on Superior Street, she received something in return.
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Although he's in his second year as Nebraska's defensive coordinator, we're still learning Erik Chinander's philosophies about coaching. One of his philosophies jibes with something I've long deemed important: Give me a bunch of dudes 6-foot-4 and taller coming off the bus.
The impact of a full and accurate 2020 census count in Nebraska was chronicled last week in terms of the hundreds of millions of dollars of federal funds that are at stake.