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The new STEM lab at Marian High will have a strut system suspended from the ceiling to support various devices.
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A series of commemorative events are scheduled in Beatrice for June 2 to commemorate 'O Pioneers!', the story of an immigrant farm family in Nebraska.
Vernon Meyer of Bellwood, Neb., opposes a proposed Pillen Family Farms hog confinement facility that would be built on this site, northwest of Bellwood and about a mile south of the Brandenburgh Lakes housing development where he lives.
Brooke Rubenthaler of Lincoln leaves because of a lightning delay that cleared the stadium for about 20 minutes.
Nebraska lawmakers are forging ahead slowly this year with the state budget, a new school funding formula, and an overhaul of juvenile services, but some of the most contentious priorities will likely have to wait.
The new record was set Sunday at $4.07 for a gallon of regular unleaded. That's up 40 cents from just one week ago, and up more than 70 cents over the past month.
This week's Jur-E Bulletin, from the National Center for State Courts, mentions an article from The Global Post describing a lawsuit filed by a Japanese juror against the Japanese government .
The number of Nebraskans in search of a job continues to decline. The Nebraska Labor Department says the state's preliminary unemployment rate declined to 3.7 percent in April.
A major insurer is recommending 11 Nebraska hospitals for spine surgeries and knee or hip replacements because they deliver quality care at a reasonable cost.
The edge of a storm system brings high winds and heavy rain, forcing some motorists to pull over near Sterling, in southeast Nebraska on April 14, 2012.
The Nebraska Angels, a 6-year-old, 47-member consortium of individual angel investors, has hired former investment firm controller and financial analyst Laura Classen as its executive director.
Lawmakers are planning to review why few Nebraska students who receive free and reduced-price lunches also participate in the government-backed breakfast program.
Jeremy Saulnier's talented but sophomoric low-budgeter straddles the divide between genre thriller and art piece with mixed results.
That initiative, which began with an initial group of 174 students in the fall of 2009, has become one of Omaha's most impressive tools for helping young people overcome obstacles in their lives to gain confidence and academic success.
Since we are now at the peak of Solar Cycle 24, it is no surprise that the solar indices are up.
Omaha school officials violated a student's rights by searching his truck that was parked on a public street off school property, the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday.