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Chinese Wasps Introduced To Lincoln To Fight Emerald Ash Borer

Right now, among the Ash trees of Lincoln, brutal, bug-on-bug warfare is occurring among species not native to the state. David Olson of the U.S Forestry service tells KLIN News the federal government has introduced three different species of Chinese wasps to Lincoln to combat the emerald ash borer, also a China native. “In their…read more »

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Nebraska Continues Conference Slide with Loss at Ohio State

The Big Ten Conference hasn’t been kind to Nebraska. The Huskers (16-11, 6-10 Big Ten) began the season 13-2, including a 3-1 start to the conference. But since that time they’re just 3-9 and have dropped six of the last seven. The tough times continued Wednesday at Ohio State (17-9, 10-5 Big Ten), the fifth RPI Top…read more »

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The Flu Is Past Peak Season

Health Officials at Bryan Health believe we’re passed the peak point of the flu season. Despite four-straight health department reports of decreasing flu activity, Infection Manager at Bryan Health Larry Krebsbach says it’s still circulating. “There is still a significant number of cases around the community so the same precautions are still in place,” he…read more »

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Construction To Start Soon On South Beltway

The Nebraska Department of Transportation says construction will begin on Lincoln’s South Beltway as soon as May and completion in 2023. Lincoln City Councilwoman Jayne Raybould welcomes it as good news. “I can’t believe you’re going to have substantial completion in three years but we support you,” Councilwoman told Assistant Roadway Design Engineer Scott McCullough at…read more »