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'The story of transformation': Malcolm X inducted as the 27th member of the Nebraska Hall ...

Lincoln Journal Star 23 May 2024
Once deemed too controversial, the human rights advocate born in Omaha becomes the first Black person to join the Nebraska Hall of Fame since it started in 1961 ... .
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Trump, Republicans shift stance on voting by mail

Statesville Record & Landmark 23 May 2024
Marta Moehring voted the way she prefers in Nebraska's recent Republican primary — in person, at her west Omaha polling place ... .
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Trump, GOP shift stance on mail voting

Beatrice Daily Sun 23 May 2024
Marta Moehring voted the way she prefers in Nebraska's recent Republican primary — in person, at her west Omaha polling place ... .
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Trump touts mail voting

Billings Gazette 23 May 2024
Marta Moehring voted the way she prefers in Nebraska's recent Republican primary — in person, at her west Omaha polling place ... .
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Trump, GOP shift stance on mail balloting

Journal Gazette 23 May 2024
Marta Moehring voted the way she prefers in Nebraska's recent Republican primary — in person, at her west Omaha polling place ... .
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Nebraska Department of Labor services discussed at NC Rotary

Journal-Democrat 22 May 2024
Corrie Crook, a native of Nebraska City and the point person for Nebraska City’s local office, joined Sandy Grigg, a Veterans Reemployment Coordinator, in presenting a program about the organization ...
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Civil rights leader Malcolm X inducted into the Nebraska Hall of Fame

Usatoday 22 May 2024
LINCOLN - Omaha-born civil rights leader Malcolm X, who would've been 99 on May 19, became the first Black person to be inducted into the Nebraska Hall of Fame in the State Capitol Rotunda on Wednesday.
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Renovation is built on Husker fan support, too

Omaha World-Herald 20 May 2024
LINCOLNConsider Troy Dannen the latest person to be amazed at the loyalty of Nebraska fans ... .
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Which states will have abortion on the ballot in November?

Star Gazette 20 May 2024
Ahead of November, abortion-related ballot initiatives in a handful of states are currently collecting signatures, including in Arizona, Arkansas, Montana, Nebraska and Nevada ... of the pregnant person.
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South Sioux City distance runners set personal bests at state track meet

Sioux City Journal 18 May 2024
South Sioux City distance runners Lorena Valdivia and Ivan Morelos set personal bests at the Nebraska Class B state track and field meet in Omaha Thursday. South Sioux City senior Emily Penne did not qualify for the finals in the ... .
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Trump tells GOP voters it’s OK now to mail ballots

TimesDaily 18 May 2024
Marta Moehring voted the way she prefers in Nebraska's Republican primary Tuesday — in person, at her west Omaha polling place ... .
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After blaming his 2020 loss on mail balloting, Trump tries to make GOP voters believe ...

Telegraph Herald 18 May 2024
Marta Moehring voted the way she prefers in Nebraska’s Republican primary Tuesday — in person, at her west Omaha polling place ... .
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Panhandle Beef Quality Assurance series set for spring

Scottsbluff StarHerald 17 May 2024
The Nebraska Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program has announced a series of in-person BQA and BQAT (Beef Quality Assurance Transportation) certification events for western Nebraska and the Panhandle set for this spring ... .

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