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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
Healthcare organizations were rocked to their core last year when COVID-19 rapidly started spreading across the United States. It quickly changed the way business was conducted, how clinics were run, … 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
It’s amazing how nature can bring people together in the community, such as the night last week that the rainbow appeared in Washington County and beyond. more
This week, fans across the globe celebrated “Star Wars Day” on Tuesday, May 4 — “May the 4th Be With You.” Undoubtedly, the “holiday” brings many to think … 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
As we finish up the month of April and soon shift to May, floor debate over important issues have consumed our state Legislature. At the moment, we are focusing on state budget issues and personal … more
The vernal equinox is an astronomical event which marks the first day of spring, the day in which daylight and darkness are of equal length. Springtime, on the other hand, is a state of mind. Last … more
Is there really an activity that can help with quick decision making, confidence building and relate back to the livestock industry? Yes! Livestock judging allows youth to gain life skills such … more
High on the list of the most famous and legendary scientists of past history is the name Galileo, who was a great astronomer and physicist. Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) was born in Pisa, Italy. His … more
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