Arts For All’s Enrollment Open Now

December 24th, 2018

By Corbin Hirschhorn

Omaha, NE—Arts for All, a nonprofit educational organization here in Omaha, is dedicated to providing classes and workshops in many disciplines for those eager to learn—visual art, dance, creative writing, music, and more.

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Trio of Nursing Home Groups Meet to Address Challenges

December 21st, 2018

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A group of three nursing home groups met Wednesday to discuss the main challenges facing Nebraska facilities—Medicaid reimbursement, low occupancy, and staffing—reports Allison Mollenkamp for NET News.

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Retiring Secretary Gale Takes Grandfather’s Tales of Old West With Him

December 21st, 2018

By Fred Knapp

In a story for NET News, Fred Knapp tells the story of John C. Gale, grandfather of John A. Gale, who is retiring from his 18-year tenure as Nebraska Secretary of State next month.

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Survey Says Many Nebraska Shoppers Spending Holiday Dollars Locally

December 20th, 2018

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Results from a recent survey by First National Bank showed where Nebraskans spend their holiday money and how this can impact local communities, reports Allison Mollenkamp for NET News.

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Get to Know Your Unicameral: Sen. Tony Vargas

December 19th, 2018

By Emily White

I sat down recently with Tony Vargas, State Senator for Nebraska State Senate District 7, to talk about his beginnings in politics, his successes and surprises so far in the Unicameral, and his plans going forward.

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UNL Students Uncover ‘An Occasion to Smile’ in Turkey Excavation

December 18th, 2018

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An NET News interview with UNL art history professor Michael Hoff shed some light on the results of an excavation in Turkey by Nebraska students, including details on artifacts that they found there.

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