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Weekly fish fry brings community together

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The Knights of Columbus, Council 1126 of McCook, and community volunteers hosted a weekly fish fry beginning Ash Wednesday through Good Friday. Bob Burns, grand...
A group of protestors march for Civil Rights in the 1960s.

The right to vote: Past, present and future

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Valuing the vote is an eight-part series dedicated to the history of voting rights in America including the civil...
Lumber in hardware store

Demand for lumber increases as home renovating booms

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Home renovations have been rising since the start of COVID-19. As a result, lumber prices are at a record high. Homeowner Patrick Petersen changed his...

Farm real estate values continue to grow

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Farmland prices skyrocket as demand continues to climb. The sellers' market has benefited from a squeeze on the supply of available parcels. The preliminary...

Succession planning key component in agriculture

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Only 30% of family-owned businesses pass on to the next generation, many are liquidated due to a lack of a succession plan. Family farms...
Man playing a guitar

Return of concerts and live events brings normalcy

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Concerts and live events are back, bringing a sense of normalcy and fun. Adam Smith, operations manager and program...

NNS 5: Top five stories

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The Nebraska News Service team brings you the top 5 news stories from last week. https://youtu.be/Pm6VT5pI92A Stories included:
Alyssa Logan, a Service Manager at the 70th and Pioneers Hy-Vee in Lincoln, Nebraska, stocking shelves inside the store.

COVID-19 vaccine shots available for Lincoln Hy-Vee employees, residents

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Hy-Vee employees and Lincoln residents can now receive the COVID-19 vaccine at local Hy-Vee pharmacies. Alyssa Logan, a...

Proposed PETA billboard targets Ricketts

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Animal rights group PETA announced plans to put up a billboard in Colorado on its state line with Nebraska that says "Entering Nebraska, Home...
People waiting in line to get vaccination

Nebraskans receive COVID-19 vaccinations, ready to get back to normal

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It's been a little over a year since the coronavirus shut down the world, and now more people than ever are starting to get...