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Repeal of motorcycle helmet law must overcome filibuster (AUDIO)

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State lawmakers return to the Capitol to continue their debate on whether to repeal the state motorcycle helmet law. Sen. Dave Bloomfield of Hoskins sponsors LB 31to repeal the mandatory motorcycle helmet law. Bloomfield tells colleagues not to let fear guide their vote. “This is an infringement on individual rights and we should do away […]

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Aid workers remain under observation for Ebola

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One American aid worker exposed to Ebola in Africa and under observation at Nebraska Medicine – University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha remains in their Biocontainment Unit after developing symptoms Sunday evening. On Monday hospital officials stated that individual had not tested positive for the virus. This individual is one of four aid workers […]

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Nebraska lawmakers asked to join the Conventions of States Project

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A lobbyist for the Conventions of States Project is at the Legislature today to attend a Government Committee meeting about LR35, introduced by Wilber State Senator Laura Ebke. Mark Meckler says they are working to change the U-S Constitution in order to stop high federal spending, return decision making power to individual states and to […]

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Nebraska lawmakers asked to join the Conventions of States Project

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A lobbyist for the Conventions of States Project is at the Legislature today to attend a Government Committee meeting about LR35, introduced by Wilber State Senator Laura Ebke. Mark Meckler says they are working to change the U-S Constitution in order to stop high federal spending, return decision making power to individual states and to […]

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Proposal seeks to take emotion out of livestock expansion evaluations (AUDIO)

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A proposal in the legislature seeks to take the emotion out of proposals to expand livestock operations in Nebraska. The Nebraska Farm Bureau says decisions at the county level hold state agriculture back. The organization suggests cow-calf operations, hog production, dairy, and poultry could all expand in Nebraska if individual expansion proposals were greeted more […]

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Fans share baseball stories at Memory Lab

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Of the more than 7,000 stories submitted so far to the Baseball Memory Lab, a joint effort of the Major League Baseball Origins Committee and MLB Advanced Media, there is one by a longtime Red Sox fan named Sheldon Siegel that begins with a most approp...

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Tennis Team 3rd at Trego

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On Saturday, September 22, the NCHS Tennis team traveled to Wakeeney to compete in the Trego Invitational.  In overal Team results, the Lady Jays finished in 3rd place on the day. Individual results were as follows (all singles were in one bracket...

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Golfers Continue Season at Goodland

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On Tuesday, April 10, the NCHS Golf Team traveled to Goodland to compete in the Goodland Invitational. In team results, the Jays finished in 6th place, and had no individual medalists.NCHS Results--Goodland Invitational Golf 2012

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Forensics Team Wins at Hoisington

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On March 10, the NCHS Forensics Team traveled to Hoisington to compete in the Hoisington Forensics Tournament. The Jays finished in 1st place out of 20 teams participating. Individual results were as follows:Mariah Farber: 2nd Place-ProseJared Shelton:...

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Escapee caught

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  Kansas officials, working in conjunction with Missouri authorities, confirmed apprehension of escapee Christopher John Anderson as of 6:15 a.m. June 7, 2011.Through the assistance of the City of Butler, Missouri Police Department and the Missouri State Patrol, the Bates County, Missouri Sheriff’s Department advised Kansas Department of Corrections officials on June 6, 2011 that they had positively identified escapee ...

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