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Elections and our subsequent right to vote are part of our identity as United States citizens. Along with that comes our right of expression. Some of us keep our candidate of choice to ourselves … more
We aren't ones to wish the summer away but anticipation for fall sports and onward at Krantz should be at an all time high for athletes, students and spectators alike. A sneak peek rendering of … more
This weekend was for the birds - literally. I ventured out to Kearney Saturday morning with my family to see the sandhill crane migration. It wasn't my first rodeo (now I'm picturing a crane … more
Part of being a high-profile politician is having the ability to voice your goals, plans and ideals in any setting. Another part of it is being able to handle the spotlight and understand … more
Many established institutions have gone by the wayside because of the internet in the last decade or two, but one that needs to remain is postal delivery. However, mail delays and a lack of … more
It can be an adventure traveling with 9 out of 10 people in my immediate family – at least all of my Omaha family. We had the opportunity to travel from Omaha to Houston to see my brother, niece and nephew.  more
When students leave for college, they've spent their whole lives preparing for the next step in the classroom. They've passed tests, taken entrance exams, studied all hours of the night and have … more
Our country was built on the truth that “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights.” The Declaration of Independence goes on to say … more
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