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NSAA approves Gender Participation Policy

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The Nebraska School Activities Association Thursday voted 6-2 to approve a Gender Participation Policy. Executive Director Jim Tenopir this would allow transgender high school students to participate in activities according to their gender identity if they meet certain requirements. Executive Director Jim Tenopir says, ” We have had a number of school administrators who have […]

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Fake Tooth Four Decades

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About 2 o’clock, Sunday afternoon, Jan. 7, 1976, the gray five-year-old stallion, a son of Jet Mack, that we had […]

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Teacher accused of video-taping girls locker room released

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A central Nebraska teacher accused of secretly videotaping girls in a high school locker room has been released from jail. Twenty-five-year-old Anthony Rahe, a high school agricultural instructor from Loup City, has been freed from the Valley County jail. He was being held on $50,000 bond. Rahe is accused of secretly placing a video camera […]

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Organize a blood drive, win a college scholarship

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Nebraska’s high school and college students with the power of persuasion can earn some money for college with a unique scholarship opportunity. Claire DeRoin, at LifeServe Blood Center, says students can earn a $750 scholarship by getting people to donate blood. “Students will need to organize, recruit, plan and do the back-end planning to organize […]

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Omaha Fire Department ends free stand-by service at sporting events

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Starting January 1st the Omaha Fire Department will no longer provide free stand-by ambulance service at area high school football games and other community events. Fire Chief Bernie Kanger says they provided the service at Omaha Public Schools, Millard, District 66 and Elkhorn and several Class A and B parochial schools at varsity events for […]

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Teacher’s Influences Continue

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“The back door was pushed open, as a farmer-gentleman in a snap brim hat lifted a 30-dozen egg crate into […]

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Charity launches $1M scholarship program for Nebraska students

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A statewide scholarship program is being rolled out by the community and business leaders who make up the AKSARBEN Foundation. The group’s president Jon Burt says the goal is to offer a seamless transition from high school to career training and into a meaningful career. “We have a real simple mission of giving back time, […]

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Summer camp for future nurses targets Panhandle high schoolers

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A summer camp is planned next month in Scottsbluff for high school students who are considering the field of nursing. Dr. Liane Connelly, assistant dean of the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing, says the two-day camp is free to qualifying Panhandle students. “It provides an opportunity for us to reach out and recruit […]

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Royals select friendly rivals atop MLB Draft

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The Royals selected not only two high school right-handed pitchers, but a pair of rivals from the same township of Indiana -- Ashe Russell from Cathedral (Ind.) High School with the 21st pick and Nolan Watson from Lawrence North (Ind.) High School with...

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Royals select righty Watson with 33rd pick

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The Royals selected right-hander Nolan Watson from Lawrence North (Ind.) High School with the 33rd pick overall on Monday night in the 2015 MLB Draft.

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Royals tab high school righty Russell at No. 21

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The Royals selected right-hander Ashe Russell from Cathedral (Ind.) High School in Indianapolis with the 21st pick overall pick on Monday night in the 2015 MLB Draft.

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Shrine Bowl is more than just football

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The state’s top high school football players are in Kearney for Saturday’s 57th annual Shrine Bowl. Executive Director Dave MacDonald says the main purpose of the game is to raise revenue to support Shriner’s Hospitals for Children and to benefit Shrine Hospital transportation funds. Players from both teams were flown to Chicago this week to […]

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Nebraska Radio Network 2015-05-29 06:28:17

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Class A–Top 3 Teams 1 Creighton Preparatory School +7 296 287 583 Alex Schaake, 11 -2 F -3 71 70 141 David Hansen, 12 +3 F +8 77 75 152 Thomas Pieper, 11 +4 F +3 71 76 147 Nolan Maschka, 11 -2 F +3 77 70 147 Blake Tooley, 11 Even F +6 78 […]

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