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1871 — “Dora, or the Father’s Curse” and “Turn Him Out” were the plays showing in Lincoln. An editorial writer told the public there was nothing in either that would bring a “blush to the cheek of the most fastidious,” and urged ladies to attend.
Illinois wasn’t perfect but got the job done in its second game without star guard Ayo Dosunmu. Dosunmu, who suffered a facial injury Tuesday at Michigan State, sat on the sideline and watched the No. 5 Illini hang on to beat No. 23 Wisconsin, 74-69, on Saturday in Madison. Illinois (18-6, 14-4) struggled with 20 turnovers, which the Badgers (16-9, 10-8) converted into 19 points. Kofi Cockburn ...
Nebraska voters just re-elected Sasse in November with nearly 63% support. But the Nebraska Republican Party expresses “deep disappointment and sadness” about Sasse’s service.
Because of COVID concerns, Warren Buffett already planned to hold this year's Berkshire Hathaway meeting without shareholders, as he did in 2020. Now it won't even be aired from Omaha.
Feb. 27—Greeley, Weld County Death Notices for February 27, 2021 HAYS Pauline Hays of Kersey. Recitation of the Rosary followed by Mass of Christian Burial 2 p.m. Monday at St. Mary Catholic Church. BUCK Evabelle Buck of Nebraska. Private family services will be held. Interment Linn Grove Cemetery. KING James E. King of Evans. Private family services will be held. KRISE Leonard Krise of ...
Joe Kelly, the former U.S. attorney for Nebraska, will serve as chief of the criminal bureau for the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office.
We drove to the Fontenelle Forest Recovery Center on a mission that felt no different than a wildlife reality show, including speeding and discussing the merits of displaying the owl as evidence if we were pulled over by the State Patrol.
The Nebraska Economic Forecasting Advisory Board has raised its tax revenue forecast for the period ending June 30, 2023, by $462 million.
"The fact that Nebraska's laws don't reflect the beliefs of our state citizens, or the majority of Americans, makes us look closed minded, and it hurts our ability to attract and retain talent," Omaha Sen. Megan Hunt said.
The crew discusses Nebraska football eyeing Ireland in 2022, Teddy Allen's big game, Husker volleyball and a lot more. Listen (or watch) here.