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Don't tell my boss, but I'm going to start bringing my pet donkey to work. I decided to get a donkey after reading "Donkeys help... [Read More]
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My friend, Marj, texted, "Meet me at Perkins for lunch," two weeks ago as she sped west across I-80. She was headed home to Denver... [Read More]
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First Baptist Church has sold its 45-year-old building at 1616 W. 39th St. to Schrock Chiropractic and Acupuncture. The church will move into the renovated,... [Read More]
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Karrie Huryta can't say enough about the new Ravenna Library. [Read More]
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Soleil Mast, 16, likes children. She understands their need to run around and play. [Read More]
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Thanks to a seedling of an idea, 1,200 roses are blooming today in hospital rooms throughout the city. [Read More]
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John Lillyman could be suffering nightmares about the car that suddenly appeared in front of his bicycle July 10. [Read More]
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An unfortunate six minutes. [Read More]
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It was a lovely Wednesday evening. Weathermen warned of nasty weather north of Kearney, but nothing here. As dusk tiptoed in, I was reading on... [Read More]
Heading home last Monday from a brief jaunt to New Mexico, I spent the night in Raton, N.M. At 7:45 the next morning, I hurried... [Read More]
Mike Roggie listened to the news. He listened to the radio. He knew that protecting his First Baptist Church congregation from a sudden shooter had... [Read More]
If an active shooter enters your building, don't just stand there. Do something. [Read More]
I adore our national parks, but some have a seamy side that nobody ever sees. I know. I briefly worked at one seven years ago.... [Read More]
When my Aunt Dede celebrated her 100th birthday last weekend, we gathered in her daughter's restored brick farmhouse built in 1810 near Morrow, Ohio, for... [Read More]
Compressed. Flattened. Uplifted. [Read More]
I lay in my tent late at night Saturday, but I did not sleep. I watched. Through the tent's screens, fireflies flitted and blinked like... [Read More]
Even at their worst, Alexis and Blakely Pacheco still smile. [Read More]
Those who are upset about the federal policy of separating children from their illegal immigrant parents at the U.S. border are invited to a gathering... [Read More]
My father refused to die. Family circled around him like a merry-go-round as he lay comatose in a hospice bed with pancreatic cancer, but he... [Read More]
After a two-year hiatus, fireworks will return to Kearney for Independence Day. [Read More]
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