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The Sacramento Bee
Once unthinkable, Trump now can clinch nomination in Californiaall, of its 36 delegates next week. Trump doesn’t fit culturally with “Nebraska
Once unthinkable, Trump now can clinch nomination in California
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 3 minutes ago
all, of its 36 delegates next week. Trump doesn’t fit culturally with “Nebraska nice,” said Kevin Smith, chairman of the University of Nebraska political science department. “Compared to Trump,” he said, “Cruz seems like a moderate... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Gap years a growing trend in U.S.a gap year. Taking a year off between high school and college is common in Eur
Gap years a growing trend in U.S.
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 2 hours ago
a gap year. Taking a year off between high school and college is common in Europe and a growing trend in the U.S. At the University of Nebraska-Omaha, gap years aren't very common, but they also aren't unheard of. School counselors at the high... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Former Butler assistant coach to join Tim Miles' coaching staffMiles has a new assistant coach. Michael Lewis announced on Twitter Tuesday ni
Former Butler assistant coach to join Tim Miles' coaching staff
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 3 hours ago
Miles has a new assistant coach. Michael Lewis announced on Twitter Tuesday night that he has accepted a position with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln men's basketball team. Lewis was previously serving as an assistant coach at Butler... Read more
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The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle
Bulldog going to Zagsjoins Brewster’s Chandler Smith, who was listed as a redshirt freshman last sea
Bulldog going to Zags
The Omak-Okanogan County Chronicle / Posted 3 hours ago
joins Brewster’s Chandler Smith, who was listed as a redshirt freshman last season at Gonzaga. Smith attended the University of Nebraska for one year after graduating from Brewster High School before transferring to Gonzaga, where she sat... Read more
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Daily Mail
Can't sleep? Don’t pop pills – TRAIN your body to nod offa sleeping pill is not the desirable first step,' said Dr Thomas Tape, chief of
Can't sleep? Don’t pop pills – TRAIN your body to nod off
Daily Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
a sleeping pill is not the desirable first step,' said Dr Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet the behavioral approach 'wasn't really on doctors' radar screens,' he... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Chicken processor rejected by townwilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Chicken processor rejected by town
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said. Mason City official Brent Trout said he heard all the... Read more
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The Record
Tiny Nebraska town rejects chicken plantwilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town rejects chicken plant
The Record / Posted 20 hours ago
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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FOX News
Study recommends therapy, not sleeping pills to treat insomniasleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Study recommends therapy, not sleeping pills to treat insomnia
FOX News / Posted 20 hours ago
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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WDIO Duluth
Chronic Insomnia? Docs Urged to Try Behavior Therapy Firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic Insomnia? Docs Urged to Try Behavior Therapy First
WDIO Duluth / Posted 23 hours ago
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
Hawaii News Now / Posted 23 hours ago
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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CBS News
Chronic insomnia? Why pills may not be the answersleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Why pills may not be the answer
CBS News / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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Sidney Sun Telegraph
UNMC College of Nursing in Scottsbluff to hold campThe University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing West Nebraska Divi
UNMC College of Nursing in Scottsbluff to hold camp
Sidney Sun Telegraph / Posted yesterday
The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Nursing West Nebraska Division in Scottsbluff is holding a summer camp on July 20-21 in Scottsbluff for high school students interested in nursing careers and nursing students interested in being... Read more
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Sidney Sun Telegraph
SPNRD receives grant from Nebraska Environmental Trustor 59 percent of the total cost from NET to pay for data interpretation. The pr
SPNRD receives grant from Nebraska Environmental Trust
Sidney Sun Telegraph / Posted yesterday
or 59 percent of the total cost from NET to pay for data interpretation. The project sponsors and their partners, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Conservation and Survey Division (UNL CSD) and the Nebraska Oil and Gas Conservation... Read more
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Salon.com
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step,” said the group’s Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step,” said the group’s Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach “wasn’t really on our... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
KXXV Waco / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try behavior therapy first
KWWL Iowa / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step," said the group's Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach "wasn't really on our... Read more
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The News-Herald
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try a behavior therapy firstsleeping pill is not the desirable first step,” said the group’s Dr. Thomas Tap
Chronic insomnia? Docs urged to try a behavior therapy first
The News-Herald / Posted yesterday
sleeping pill is not the desirable first step,” said the group’s Dr. Thomas Tape, chief of general internal medicine at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Yet for many primary care physicians, the behavioral approach “wasn’t really on our... Read more
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Raw Story
Sexual harassment training may create more sexual harassment at workafraid that they will be subject to false accusations, said Shereen Bingham, co
Sexual harassment training may create more sexual harassment at work
Raw Story / Posted yesterday
afraid that they will be subject to false accusations, said Shereen Bingham, co-author of the study and professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha school of communication. As a result, they may respond in a defensive manner. “We were... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Sexual harassment training may have reverse effect, research suggestsafraid that they will be subject to false accusations, said Shereen Bingham, co
Sexual harassment training may have reverse effect, research suggests
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
afraid that they will be subject to false accusations, said Shereen Bingham, co-author of the study and professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha school of communication. As a result, they may respond in a defensive manner. “We were... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Tiny Neb. town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Neb. town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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Denver Post
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
Denver Post / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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CTV News
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
CTV News / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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Newsmax
Fearing Immigrants, Minorities, Town Turns Down 1,100 Jobswilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Fearing Immigrants, Minorities, Town Turns Down 1,100 Jobs
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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The Atlantic
April's Best Reads: From Housing to 'Hamilton'in 2011 for accepting a meal and a hotel room from a school alumnus, it wasn't
April's Best Reads: From Housing to 'Hamilton'
The Atlantic / Posted yesterday
in 2011 for accepting a meal and a hotel room from a school alumnus, it wasn't any different than when white former University of Nebraska quarterback Eric Crouch was suspended eleven years earlier for accepting a plane ride and a ham... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Tiny Nebraska Town Says No To 1,100 Jobs, Citing Way Of Lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska Town Says No To 1,100 Jobs, Citing Way Of Life
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area’s character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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Boston Herald
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
Boston Herald / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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Daily Mail
Nebraska town turns down 1,100 new jobs to protect rural way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Nebraska town turns down 1,100 new jobs to protect rural way of life
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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Island Packet
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
Island Packet / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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Daily Herald
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska town says no to 1,100 jobs, citing way of life
Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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ABC News
Tiny Nebraska Town Says No to 1,100 Jobs, Citing Way of Lifewilling than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the en
Tiny Nebraska Town Says No to 1,100 Jobs, Citing Way of Life
ABC News / Posted yesterday
willing than in earlier eras to fight developments they think could harm the environment or change an area's character, University of Nebraska-Lincoln economics professor Eric Thompson said, even if the development offers an economic... Read more
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North Platte Bulletin
Spending for Board of Regents raceis one of three candidates running to replace District 6 Regent Kent Schroeder
Spending for Board of Regents race
North Platte Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
is one of three candidates running to replace District 6 Regent Kent Schroeder of Kearney, who has served on the University of Nebraska governing board since 1998. In addition to a $10,000 loan to his campaign, Kenney's report showed... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Miami basketball player transferring to Nebraskaheading to Lincoln. The sophomore announced Sunday, per a report from CBS Spor
Miami basketball player transferring to Nebraska
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 2 days ago
heading to Lincoln. The sophomore announced Sunday, per a report from CBS Sports, that he has decided to transfer to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln after visiting the campus a week ago. Per NCAA transfer rules, Palmer will sit out the... Read more
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Daily Herald
The asteroid miner's guide to the galaxyZ. Rights would be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Frans von der
The asteroid miner's guide to the galaxy
Daily Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Z. Rights would be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Frans von der Dunk, a professor of space law at the University of Nebraska, forecast the gradual adoption of international "customary" law pertaining to the mining of asteroids... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Barbara J. (Murphy) Bernard 1949Interment was at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Omaha, Neb. In lieu of flowers, mem
Barbara J. (Murphy) Bernard 1949
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Interment was at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery in Omaha, Neb. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Newman Center at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Funeral arrangements provided by Heafey Hoffmann Dworak Cutler* 5108 F Street Omaha, NE... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
2016 All-State Academic Honorable MentionKansas State University, music education Hoxie Junior/Senior High School: Terr
2016 All-State Academic Honorable Mention
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 3 days ago
Kansas State University, music education Hoxie Junior/Senior High School: Terran Hoyt, daughter Scott and Shelly Hoyt, University of Nebraska, pre-medicine Humboldt High School: Bryce Isaac, son Clint Isaac and Shevawn Shields, Butler... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Heisman winner visits Charlo High Schoolable to win the Heisman Trophy would be like 2 million to one." Sure enough, R
Heisman winner visits Charlo High School
KECI Missoula / Posted 3 days ago
able to win the Heisman Trophy would be like 2 million to one." Sure enough, Rodgers beat those odds in 1972 leading the University of Nebraska with a combined 21 touchdowns. Along with the stories and highlights Rodgers had one message for his... Read more
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KETV 7 Omaha
Adam Devine visits UNL to promote new movieAdam Devine, an Omaha native, made a stop at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Adam Devine visits UNL to promote new movie
KETV 7 Omaha / Posted 3 days ago
Adam Devine, an Omaha native, made a stop at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to promote his new movie, "Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates," on Friday. Devine is a Millard South High School graduate, and is also a Husker at heart. “Everything is... Read more
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