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  1. Regarding political differences, just blame biologyRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Star-Telegram.com

    In an age of heightened political correctness, the suggestion that a person's political orientation might be related to physiology, genes or brain development would probably be considered gauche if not wholly offensive. One isn't born with a propensity to be liberal or conservative - such beliefs have long been thought to be wholly within human control; formulated over time, influenced by those we encounter, animated by personal experiences and solidified by thoughtful consideration.

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  2. UNL Annual Crime Stats Report OutRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WOWT-TV Omaha

    The University of Nebraska Lincoln released its annual campus security and fire safety report Wednesday. In the category of violent crimes the university reported four cases of forcible sexual assaults in 2013.

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  3. Bernadine EricksonRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | Elgin Review

    Bernadine Erickson 1923 - 2014 Bernadine L. Erickson, 90, formerly of Elgin, NE passed away Wednesday, September 24, 2014 at Brookestone Acres in Columbus, NE. Memorial services were held Saturday, September 27, 2014 at the United Methodist Church in Elgin, NE with Rev.

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  4. UNL Offering Faculty Voluntary Separation Incentives At Age 62Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | WOWT-TV Omaha

    Some University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty will be eligible to choose early retirement under a Voluntary Separation Incentive Program to be offered this fall. Through this program, the university will offer partial salary buyouts to tenured faculty members who are 62 or older with at least 10 years of service within the University of Nebraska system.

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  5. Former mayor moved Hastings forwardRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Hastings Tribune

    Former Hastings Mayor Bill Welton is being remembered as a kind, intelligent, consensus builder during a time when the city faced several challenges.

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  6. Two councilmembers call for mandatory water cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | KFMB-am

    Two City Council members proposed that San Diego's voluntary water use restrictions -- like cutting back on watering the lawn -- be made mandatory. Councilmen David Alvarez and Ed Harris asked the mayor's office to bring such a plan to the council's Environment Committee, which Alvarez chairs, next week.

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  7. UNL Gets Award For Emergency PreparednessRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | KOLN-TV Lincoln

    This morning groups and volunteers from around the State of Nebraska were honored by Governor Dave Heineman for being ready in the case of an emergency. Among the honorees were crews from Beaver Crossing and Cordova and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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  8. Former Hastings mayor diesRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Hastings Tribune

    Former Hastings Mayor Bill Welton died Sunday at 75. Welton served as mayor from 1981-84, choosing to serve one term after defeating then-mayor Bob Allen.

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  9. SD could consider mandatory water restrictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | 10News

    Two City Council members proposed today that San Diego's voluntary water use restrictions -- like cutting back on watering the lawn -- be made mandatory. Councilmen David Alvarez and Ed Harris asked the mayor's office to bring such a plan to the council's Environment Committee, which Alvarez chairs, next week.

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  10. 6th Annual Water For Food Global Conference AnnouncedRead the original story

    Tuesday | Agri Marketing

    The event is the premier gathering of world experts working to develop new approaches to produce more food with less pressure on water resources. It brings together researchers and policy analysts, farmers, government leaders, and non-governmental organizations and business representatives.

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  11. Naturepalooza Nebraska Is Today at Hardin HallRead the original story

    Monday | BroadwayWorld.com

    Have you ever explored a pit full of snakes or held giant insects in your hands? Or maybe you're curious about water-saving tips and how to be more eco-friendly. No matter what, "NaturePalooza Nebraska" has something for the whole family.

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  12. New Husker phone app brings home experience to fans inside Memorial StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | KETV-TV

    "Once they get into Memorial Stadium, fans will get to access three different channels of live video streaming," said Kelly Mosier, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln director of digital communications. Starting with Saturday's game against Illinois, fans were able to see what's played on HuskerVision on their smartphones or tablets, in addition to the new HuskerVision 2 broadcast.

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  13. UNL to host 60th annual income tax instituteRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | KHGI

    The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is hosting its 60th annual tax institute for tax professionals at seven sites throughout the state. The university will partner once again with the Internal Revenue Service and the Nebraska Department of Revenue to train tax professionals, preparers and adviser.

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  14. What Are Corn Stalk Bales Worth?Read the original story

    Sunday Sep 28 | Beef Magazine

    It's hard to believe the time of year is here already, but combines are entering the fields in my neck of the woods. We were hit by an early June hail storm and had a cool summer, so yields are expected to be down in many fields and some will be used for silage.

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  15. October Is Member Appreciation Month At Fontenelle ForestRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | WOWT-TV Omaha

    The month-long celebration of our loyal membership includes a series of special members-only events and activities for people of all ages. Trick-or-Treat in the Forest is made possible with help from many organizations including Ballet Nebraska, Nebraska StoryArts, Omaha Children's Museum, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Office.

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  16. Former Whittier College dean, George Tenopir, 90, diesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Whittier Daily News

    WHITTIER >> George Kenneth Tenopir, a retired dean of admissions and financial aid at Whittier College, died Sept.  21 at his home of 61 years in Whittier. “George Tenopir was revered by so many of us on campus and by generations of Whittier alumni,” said Whittier College President Sharon Herzberger.

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  17. Nebraska to host international conference on Armenian GenocideRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 28 | Groong

    Nebraska to host international conference on Armenian Genocide Bedross Der Matossian interviewed on centennial and beyond. Published: Saturday September 27, 2014 View of Univ.

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  18. Greg Kuzma Poetry ReadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | WWOZ

    Born in 1944, GREG KUZMA is the author of Song for Someone Going Away , Good News , The Obedience School , and more than thirty other books. Carnegie Mellon University Press re-printed Good News in their Classic Contemporary series and released his Selected Early Poems 1958-1983 in 1996.

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  19. With climate change, drought could be normal by century's endRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | North Platte Bulletin

    Nebraskans who wonder what climate change could portend for the state have a recent reference point: the summer of 2012. The worst drought in the region's recorded history, it could be just a typical summer by century's end, University of Nebraska-Lincoln scientists warned Thursday.

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  20. Rain dampens California fires, but more drought in the forecastRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | Anchorage Daily News

    Rain has come as a relief to exhausted firefighters and worried homeowners focused on California's major wildfires. But the relief may be short-lived.

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