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If you’ve read any of my articles in the past, you know I like to stick to season-appropriate topics. And while I’d love to throw you for a loop this week I won’t, because it would … more
Now that the first session of the 170th Legislature has come to a close, I want to take the time to thank my constituents from District 16 for the opportunity to serve as your state senator. It has … more
Garth Brooks coming to Lincoln, and him selling out Memorial Stadium in less than two hours is a pretty cool deal. But, since the concert is in an on-campus venue, they technically can’t sell … more
Prehistoric cave paintings give us a little peek into the lives of our early ancestors. Newer and better technologies have provided archeologists with very good dates when some of these paintings … more
Following the recent success of the “Justice League Snyder Cut,” director Zack Snyder is carrying that momentum forward, this time in the Netflix-exclusive, over-the-top zombie heist … more
The past couple of weeks have been hectic with a lot of discussion about substantive (and not so substantive) issues being debated on the floor of the Legislature. One big topic that came up was … more
Opportunity for all! 4-H is not just for youth who live on the farm but also has resources and programs for everyone! The 4-H program strives to spark youths' interest, create an environment that … more
Late last year, in a Point-Counterpoint with Assistant Editor Elizabeth Elliott, I set out to try one new thing in 2021. I was going to get a tattoo. I stuck to it, too. On April 28, I got my … more
Lately, we’re hearing how the government is spending trillions on one government program or another. Like they say, a trillion here, a trillion there and pretty soon you’re talking about … more
Locusts are a collection of certain species of short-horned grasshoppers that exhibit a swarming phase. The desert locus is potentially the most dangerous of the locust pests due to their ability … more
As we work through the month May, I want to give a couple of updates from the last few weeks. My priority bill, LB 644, has advanced from the first and second round of debate and will be heading to … more
Nearly one out of three adults will develop a disease called shingles at some point in their lives. It is more common in older adults and in people who have weakened immune systems due to … more
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