“Baby, it’s cold outside.” I am snuggled under a blanket with a cup of something hot to drink watching the snow pile up. It’s February and, in my estimation, still

Greetings District 36. The legislative session is moving along quickly. We have completed 26 days of the 90-day session. Committees are conducting hearings, and bills are moving to the floor

By J.L. SCHMIDT Nebraska Press Association Statehouse Correspondent Second Chances. Who doesn’t wish they could have one? Especially formerly incarcerated persons who want the opportunity to explain what might be

I did it. I hate to admit it, but it’s true. Scrolling through social media, I clicked on one of those posts that would tell me which tattoo would define

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) or the “winter blues” is not a myth like the loch ness monster or bigfoot. It lurksand preysonitsvictims regardless of age, race, economic status, or religion.

Greetings District 36. As chairman of the Banking, Commerce, and Insurance Committee, I have the privilege of working closely with Director of Insurance, Bruce Ramge, and Director of Banking, Mark

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