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Job-hunting new grads should “scrub” social media accounts first

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Thousands of young Nebraskans are about to graduate from college and they’ll be flooding the internet with their resumes over the next few weeks as they begin job hunts. Susan McBroom, a vocational rehabilitation counselor, says before you type the first letter on your resume, check Instagram and all other online accounts to make sure […]

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Young photographers could win $1,000 scholarship

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Young people up to age 13 can submit a farm-themed photo for a chance to win one of six $1,000 scholarships through Nebraska’s 529 college savings plan program. State Treasurer Don Stenberg says the objective of the contest is to familiarize young families with the college savings program and acquaint young children with farm and […]

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March Madness may be too much for gambling addicts to resist

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As the college basketball tournament reaches its peak this next weekend with the Final Four, some Nebraskans won’t be able to resist the urge to gamble on the games. A few small bets may be harmless, but the addiction can take over and destroy lives and families. Ron Felton, a certified gambling counselor serving western […]

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Young recalls college hoops days vs. Kansas

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The newest Royal, 6-foot-10 right-hander Chris Young, talks about his days playing basketball for Princeton and being 'in awe' of Allen Fieldhouse.

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Colon in good shape, hoping for long season in Majors

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A shortstop in college, Christian Colon might be best suited for second base, but he could see playing time at shortstop and third base for the Royals when the regular season begins.

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Riley hires former Maryland DC as defensive backs coach

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University of Nebraska Head Football Coach Mike Riley announced Tuesday the hiring of Brian Stewart as the Huskers’ defensive backs coach. Stewart brings defensive coordinator experience at both the college and professional levels to the Husker staff. Stewart comes to Nebraska after spending the past three seasons as the defensive coordinator and secondary coach at the […]

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Hometown heroes come up big on the hardwood this weekend

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Nebraska-Omaha got a record performance from senior guard CJ Carter, who finished with a career-high 45 points on 19-of-25 shooting in the Mavericks 89-84 loss to IUPUI. The Omaha Benson product hit seven three pointers on eight attempts. Carter also moved into 10th in school history for scoring. Freshman guard Ty Danielson from York converted a rare […]

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Three-number one seeds pushed to the brink in NCAA Baseball’s Super Regionals

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Number one seeds TCU, Ole Miss and Virginia have been pushed to a third and final game in their Super Regionals with a trip to Omaha on the line. Virginia won to force a game three against Maryland. Ole Miss won to force a final game against Louisiana Lafayette and TCU couldn’t close out Pepperdine. […]

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Attendance at High School Sporting Events Tops 500 Million

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN (August 17, 2011) — More fans attend high school basketball and football events than the same sports at the college and professional levels combined, according to a survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). During the 2009-10 school year, approximately 336 million fans attended high school regular-season and playoff games in football and ...

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