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NET News: The Music Never Stops for Bobby Layne And His Orchestra


Bobby Layne of Lincoln has been a bandleader for 65 years. The 85-year-old who leads the Bobby Layne Orchestra has no plans to stop either.


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NET News: Income tax cut bill prompts discussion, civics debate renewed


Income tax cut bill prompts discussion, civics debate renewed


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NET News: Civics education, meat labelling spark debate


Civics education, meat labelling spark debate


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NET News: Crafting The Manual For Warfare In Space


The University of Nebraska College of Law is working with many others in crafting the Woomera Manual on the International Law of Military Space Operations. This includes experts from the US, Australia, Britain, Canada, France, Germany and India, among oth


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NET News: Review of 2017 prison disturbance reveals heavy gang influence


The National Institute of Corrections report was not made public until released by NET News.


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NET News: School funding, childcare, abortion and betting discussed


School funding, childcare, abortion and betting discussed


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NET News: Public weighs in on tax overhaul


Public weighs in on tax overhaul


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NET News: Charter Day; University of Nebraska-Lincoln Celebrates 150 Years


150 years ago today, Nebraska lawmakers took about 24-hours to establish a brand-new land grant university, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It was a lightning-quick process and part of the Morrill Act of 1862, which gave federal land to states if they


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NET News: UNL Students Revive Pershing Rifles Drill Team


General John J. Pershing started a rifle drill team at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the 1890s. The Pershing Rifles drill team, as it would become known, hadn't performed in more than a decade. Now a group of students has revived the team and its


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NET News: Hemp gets positive hearing; property tax standoff continues


Hemp gets positive hearing; property tax standoff continues, anti-abortion language left out of budget


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