National soccer club has roots in unlikely place

May 1st, 2012

By Clay Masters

Lincoln, NE – Traditionally, soccer fans around the world are known for their boisterous, at times violent, behavior. But in the U.S., a national soccer fan club started in a modest home in Lincoln reflects its Midwestern roots.

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Kerrey, Nebraska Democrats face a tough Senate Race

April 5th, 2012

By Clay Masters

Lincoln, NE – Bob Kerry and the other Democratic candidates face an uphill battle in the race to replace retiring Democratic Senator Ben Nelson.

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Ag Secretary: USDA adjusting aid to Hispanic and Latino farmers

March 22nd, 2012

By Clay Masters

Omaha, NE – Nebraska’s Hispanic and Latino population has increased exponentially over the last decade, yet according to the latest ag census, relatively few Latinos or Hispanics operate farms in the state.

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Under-the-radar Omaha musician continues to inspire peers

February 20th, 2012

By Clay Masters

Lincoln, NE – As one of those who helped found the scene that put Omaha on the map, Simon Joyner has watched peers rise to fame and glory. But though he’s remained under the radar, he’s never stopped making music.

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Liberal arts degrees also attractive to IT companies

January 19th, 2012

By Clay Masters

Lincoln, NE – Technology training and know-how only get you so far in this economy. It turns out many employers today are looking for workers with a broader set of skills.

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Genetically modified corn may be vulnerable to pests

December 21st, 2011

By Clay Masters

Lincoln, NE – Farmers know all too well that rootworm and corn don’t go together. That’s why it was big news last month when an EPA report found that genetically modified corn might not be able to battle the unwanted pest effectively.

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