Nebraska Will Be Prime Destination For Viewing 2017 Solar Eclipse

September 1st, 2016

By NET News

While it’s hard to know how many people will show up, estimates range from two to eight thousand people per viewing location across Nebraska.

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Public Art Projects Attract Crowds to Small Nebraska Towns

November 17th, 2015

By NET News

A secret lies behind a downtown storefront in the small northeast Nebraska town of Lyons

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Supporting Nebraska’s First-Generation College Students

June 16th, 2015

By NET News

Lincoln, NE – Graduating college is a major accomplishment. When you think about the factors that can make it more challenging, it’s even more remarkable to graduate. Those factors include: being poor, being an immigrant, and being the first in your family to go to college. Some students can check all of those boxes. In Nebraska, there are some programs designed to help those kinds of students succeed.

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Nebraska Cities Plan for Future Water Supply

December 5th, 2014

By NET News

Lincoln, NE – The Platte River may not be able to sustain all the demands it faces in the future. Some of Nebraska’s cities and towns that depend upon the Platte River are looking for alternate water supplies in the coming years.

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Ashford confident with narrow lead on Terry in second district

November 5th, 2014

By NET News

Omaha, NE – Omaha, NE – Among the major races in Nebraska on Election Day only the 2nd Congressional District remains too close to call. With thousands of absentee ballots left to count, Democratic challenger Brad Ashford has a narrow lead on Republican incumbent Lee Terry.

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How to find a poem in 200-year-old newspapers

November 3rd, 2014

By NET News

Lincoln, NE – Liz Lorang is on the hunt for poetry. Not poetry from today, but from 200 years ago. And she’s looking for it where it published the most in the 19th century: in American newspapers. She’s hoping a team of computer scientists can help her find all of it.

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