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The two- to four-year grants will allow researchers to plan, prototype, test and build capacity for new models, technologies and tools to increase sustainability.
Could you survive the end of civilization?
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
Mayor Chris Beutler has named Chad Blahak as Interim Director of the City Building and Safety Department and Manager of the Development Services Center , effective January 2, 2014.
A research paper appearing in the academic journal Political Psychology re-affirms the genetic underpinnings of political beliefs, refuting critics who challenged previous research that linked politics with genetics.
It won't be a concert OR a basketball game, but it will be the latest big event at the Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Newswise - Washington, DC -The holiday season is here and families are gathering to spend quality time together.
The sixth Farm Beginnings Program begins at First National Bank in Syracuse on Jan. 4. The event is sponsored by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln extension and the Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society.
Blomstedt will replace Roger Breed, who retired earlier this year. The Central City man was picked from four finalists for the job.
Bryan Slone announced his bid Saturday in Gering, where he graduated from high school.
Last Thursday, Sept. 26, there was a contest to guess how many gallons would flood a portion of the University of Nebraska at Omaha's campus.
Beavers was appointed to the bench in May 1991, and was retained in his position by area voters four times, most recently in 2012.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's extension offices will host the clinics at nine locations.
The director of the Sheldon Museum of Art on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus will be losing its director.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension experts will address these and other topics during the annual Ranching for Profitability series in January at eight Nebraska locations: Stapleton, Thedford, Broken Bow, O'Neill, Ainsworth, Valentine, Overton and Kimball.