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The North Atlantic right whale is one of the most critically endangered populations of large whales in the world. This impressive mammal can be found living chiefly in western Atlantic coastal … more
As a dietitian, I pride myself on being an expert on the topic of food and nutrition. It seems like there are new food products coming out almost daily and what we thought was healthy last week is … more
Both reporter Rachel Vogt and Sports Editor Grant Egger of Enterprise Media Group are in agreement that young athletes are receiving recruiting interest from college coaches way too early on in their … more
The end of February brought with it the end of committee hearings.  Nebraska’s Legislature is unique not only because it’s the only unicameral Legislature in the nation, but because each and … more
How many debates do we need? It seems like there’s been debates going on for the Democratic Party presidential nominee for months, and now they seem to be occurring every week. My guess is that … more
Cannabis or marijuana plant — aka pot, weed, Mary Jane, Sticky-icky — is a type of annual herbaceous hemp originating in Asia that has psychoactive properties. Smoking marijuana became … more
Several major music artists have announced concerts for the area in 2020 and 2021. Do you enjoy attending live music concerts, or do you prefer recorded versions only?  Press Manager Chris … more
Last week was a big week in your Unicameral Legislature. A number of well-attended and highly-controversial committee hearings took place, and Feb. 21 was the final day for senators to choose a … more
Many of you readers who know me know that I grew up farming. My family runs a beef cattle operation with about 80 head in Washington County. When I was young, we also raised hogs and let me tell you, … more
Diatoms belong to a group of simple, plant-like organisms called algae. Like other photosynthetic green plants, diatoms can live and grow using only sunlight, water, carbon dioxide and certain … more
Once every four years, special things happen. Not only the summer Olympics or presidential elections, but the 24-hour leap we take on Feb. 29. It's a day that helps keep our holidays, anniversaries … more
We were able to get a considerable amount of work done in the capitol last week by moving through quite a few bills that had remained on general file from the last session.  These are bills that … more
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