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NET News: Nebraska Farmers and Ranchers Face Tough New Reality After Flood


Nebraska farmers and ranchers hit hard by the recent bad weather have already been dealing with low commodity prices, trade tariffs and high property taxes. In a business that requires a lot of faith and hard work, it’s not easy for some operations to pay


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NET News: Offutt Air Force Base Works to Clean Up and Rebuild After Floodi


Offutt Air Force Base near Bellevue is assessing damage from severe flooding in March. That flooding affected much of eastern Nebraska.


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NET News: Latest property tax proposal; wind power eminent domain deal


Latest property tax proposal; wind power eminent domain deal


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NET News: Prison workers in line for raises


Prison workers in line for raises


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NET News: UNL Research Focuses On Increasing Wheat Yield With Growing Worl


A University of Nebraska-Lincoln researcher has been testing hybrid wheat lines throughout Nebraska to determine their agronomic worth. The focus is on better wheat yield and agronomic performance and determining the genetic components that may be of valu


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NET News: Anti-spoofing bill advanced despite criticism of ineffectiveness


Anti-spoofing bill advanced despite criticism of ineffectiveness


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NET News: Farm Bureaus Make An Attempt At Affordable Health Coverage, But


In a recent national survey, farmers said the biggest threat to their livelihoods wasn’t low commodity prices or global trade policies. It was the rising cost of health insurance. It’s one of the reasons why state farm bureaus have jumped into the insuran


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NET News: Hemp cultivation, video gambling regulation bills advance


Hemp cultivation, video gambling regulation bills advance


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NET News: Soil and Precipitation Forecasts Show Possibility of More Floodi


Nebraskans are still recovering from record flooding last month, but the risk of flooding isn’t over. Conditions throughout the spring and summer could lead to more damage.


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NET News: Black and White: Lincoln Native to Talk About Photo Collection


A collection of photos that depicts the lives of African-Americans in Lincoln in the early 20th century is on display until the end of May at the Nebraska History Museum. The exhibition “Black and White in Black and White” includes part of a collection of


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