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Nebraska college athletes are one step closer to making money off of their name, image or likeness after a bill cleared a major hurdle Tuesday in the Nebraska Legislature. Legislative Bill 962, … more
Dear editor, Today is my last day of employment with the City of Blair. Words cannot fully express my gratitude and love for the many great public servants I have worked with and for the friends, … 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
Dear editor, I read with great interest the recent article about the Congregational Church. It was a good story about the church and its beginning. The article also stated that one minister was … 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
There are a multitude of plants and animals that have lived in the past that we will never know anything about because they didn't leave any fossil record. The megalodon — meaning big tooth — … more
In 2019, the City of Blair, the Village of Arlington and Enterprise Media Group celebrated their 150th anniversaries. Diving into that history to produce stories about the early beginnings of all … more
January has come and gone and we’re already halfway through February, meaning we’ve all been working on our New Year’s resolutions for more than a month now. An article I read recently by … more
All it takes is a simple Google search to see the failed transition of video games made into film adaptations. Historically speaking, few films have been successful from the controller to silver … more
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